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Welcome to Wall Street Dentistry

Wall Street Dentistry welcomes you to our practice. 

At Wall Street Dentistry, we believe that every patient deserves personalized dental treatment options based on the level of health that is personally desired. 

The relationship between the doctor, the team, and the patient is critical for treating your individual dental needs. Dr. Jon Renfroe and Dr. Josh Conley spend their time listening to understand your concerns and responding with the treatment options that best suit your goals. With the help of our professional dental team, we also follow up to ensure that general discomfort has subsided, that you are satisfied as well as confident in your care received.

Our doctors have 30+ years combined experience, and continuing to keep up to date with all the latest processes and techniques. We offer convenient appointment hours Monday through Friday, and our team of professionals is ready to handle any and all of your dental issues on-site. We provide dental care for your entire family, beginning with your child’s first tooth eruption to routine preventive care for the entire family.

Dr Jon Renfroe
Dr Josh Conley

Office Hours


7am – 3pm


7am – 5pm


7am – 3pm

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We're changing the way people go to the dentist​

Our Services

Orthodontics is not only about straight teeth.  It can be used to correct a number of problems in both children and adults.

Getting dental implants is a big decision, but it’s one that could change your smile and your life for the better. We would be happy to help you explore whether or not this is the right option for you.

Porcelain veneers have experienced a surge in popularity all over the country. This highly effective cosmetic dentistry procedure can be used for a variety of smile makeover reasons, such as: discolored, chipped, or crooked teeth.

A new smile not only can enhance your appearance but also can change your life. It can help you look younger, boost your confidence and renew your sense of self-esteem.

Our restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments are made to “restore” teeth to their original condition and to improve the appearance of your smile as well as your oral health.

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We love making your smile the best it can be.


We have improved many smiles over the years, have a look at just some of them..

"Our whole family have been well taken car of by Wall Street Dentistry for the past 10 years – so happy we chose you!"

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