Meet Dr. Devon Conklin

Dr. Devon ConklinAs a dentist, I have the opportunity to help change people’s lives every day. I enjoy building relationships with others, helping to improve their health and feel better about themselves. I love learning about my patients, about their families, and what brings joy to their life. Most of all, I love to see them smile!


I attended Baylor University, where I earned my Bachelor’s degree in 2005. I received my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Maryland Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 2009. I have continued my education through a one-year residency to strengthen my skills in implant placement, periodontal surgery, and restorative dentistry. I have attended the Pankey Institute where I have broadened my learning in restorative dentistry. In order to be a successful dentist, I believe that I must continue my education to stay up to date on techniques and procedures.

Family Life

I currently reside in South Baltimore with my husband, Kyle, and our German shorthaired pointer, Belle. I enjoy spending time outdoors, entertaining, and traveling. I am active in my church and in an mentoring/afterschool program SHARPkids.

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Just want to tell you how much I appreciate your work and to thank you for my new smile! My front teeth appear so natural and pretty now that I can’t stop showing them off! Thank you so much.

Linda E.

Dental Hints

You should not keep your toothbrush near a toilet.

The airborne particles from the flush can travel up to a distance of 6 feet. Yuck!

Dental News

Electric brush vs. manual brush

We are always asked about the difference between a manual brush and an electric brush. Is it really better to use an electric brush? Absolutely! Your hand will never be as fast as the electric brush no matter how much you exercise. It is always obvious to us who is...

In response to the Associated Press article about dental flossing.

A recent article from the Associated Press indicating that there is little evidence to support flossing has caused a lot of ripples among dental professionals and patients alike. Flossing has been recommended by the Surgeon General since 1979 . However since the...