Joseph Trowbridge, DDS
Dr. Trowbridge has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biology from the University of Minnesota in Duluth and a Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Minnesota. He worked as a biochemist for two years and found that he liked the science behind dentistry. Although his career as a biochemist was rewarding, he felt the need to work with people and decided that dentistry was the perfect combination of using science and helping people.
Continuing Education and honors
Dr. Trowbridge regularly attends continuing education to further his knowledge base and stay at the top of his field in dentistry. He has accreditation with the state board for conscious sedation, he is a fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and has completed coursework of advanced prosthetic reconstruction through the Dawson Academy. Dr. Trowbridge is also the recipient of the GILL award for excellence in prosthodontics.
Dr. Trowbridge is an avid participant in organized dentistry, holding several memberships in dental organizations, including the American Dental Association, the St. Paul District Dental Society, the Minnesota Dental Association, and the International Congress of Oral Implantology. Dr. Trowbridge has also served as a delegate for the St. Paul District for three years.
Dr. Trowbridge lectures regularly on implant dentistry locally, including the Star of the North Convention through the Minnesota Dental Association. He is also part of launching a support program for referring doctors around the state, teaching them about bone grafting and implant restorations.
Dr. Trowbridge is involved with many community organizations, including Community of Hope Church in Rosemount, union gospel mission, Donated Dental Services and the nation wide Give Kids a Smile program.
He was born and raised in the Twin Cities in a family of five children. He is married to Amy and together they have two children, Isaac and Nora. His hobbies include golfing, skiing, hockey and playing with his children.
Dr. Scott Lingle
Dr. Lingle likes being with people, and dentistry allows him to share his friendly nature with patients. In turn, patients appreciate his communication skills, which are evident throughout the entire practice. He believes dentists should always call their patients after surgery to see how they are doing, a practice that all of the doctors follow at St. Paul Dental Center.
Dr. Lingle has been a dentist for more than twenty-five years. After graduating Magna cum Laude from the University of Minnesota, Duluth, with a Bachelor's of Arts degree and a Bachelor's of Science degree, he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He has been in private general practice since 1979 and has been a prosthetics clinic instructor at the University of Minnesota.
Continuing Education and Honors
A strong believer in continuing his education after dental school, Dr. Lingle regularly takes continuing education courses to stay on the cutting edge of dentistry. He has a Fellowship from the Misch Implant Institute, the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and the American College of Dentists. He is a member of the Pierre Fauchard Honor Academy and has been named in the Marquis Who's Who Young Leaders in America. Dr. Lingle received the Outstanding Service Award from the Minnesota Dental Association.
Dr. Lingle is an avid participant in organized dentistry, holding several memberships in dental organizations, including the American Dental Association, the St. Paul District Dental Society, the Minnesota Dental Association, and the International Congress of Oral Implantology. He also was past president of the Minnesota Dental Association. Because Dr. Lingle can walk to the Capitol from his office in the heart of St. Paul, he is often called to testify at the legislature on healthcare issues, such as access for the underserved and taxes that affect patients.
Dr. Lingle lectures regularly on implant dentistry to other dentists locally and around the country at a variety of meetings, including the World Dental Congress, the American Dental Association Annual session, the Star of the North Meeting, and the Academy of General Dentistry. He is also launching personal support seminars for referring doctors in the St. Paul area, teaching them about new implant systems in a study club format.
Dr. Lingle is involved in several community organizations, including Century College, the White Bear Lake United Methodist Church, and the St. Paul Union Gospel Mission. He has been a volunteer dentist for Give Kids A Smile. For two years, he was chairman of this group, which provides 6,000 children with free dental care every year.
Dr. Lingle has been married to Anne Lingle since 1975. Together they have two daughters, Courtney and Brittney. He was a Mahtomedi Community Ed girls' softball coach for seven years. His interests include skiing, golf, bicycling, in-line skating, hunting, woodworking, and canoeing. He regularly rollerblades in the Northshore Inline Skate Marathon, the largest in-line skating marathon in the United States, held in Duluth every September.