Category: News

How we’re keeping you safe during COVID-19.

Updated 3-Step Sign-In Process as of 7/20/2020: NOTICE: ALL non-patients must wear a mask to enter the clinical treatment areas, to protect our patients who cannot wear a mask while we are working in their mouth. Our assistants can come to the reception area afterwards to discuss today’s visit. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.… Read more »

Announcement of Recipients 2020

Spillers Orthodontics Announces 2020 Scholarship Recipients

We are pleased to award two local high school seniors with the Spillers Orthodontics Scholarship. This is the seventh year of the scholarship program, which enables us to give back to our orthodontic families and to reward those students with a drive and desire to make a positive difference in our community and the world.… Read more »

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Printing Masks for Health Care Providers

  Spillers Orthodontics has been featured in the news!   We are printing 3-D masks for health care providers having a difficult time finding N95 masks. “The idea was to help supplement the problems we had with the N95 masks and try to get healthcare workers that are seeing emergency patients working in that environment… Read more »

Dr. Spillers in Houston Home Journal newspaper for printing 3-D masks

Spillers in the Houston Home Journal

  We are proud to be featured in the Houston Home Journal for printing 3-D masks for local health care providers! Our team is truly grateful to be able to help the amazing, deserving health care providers in our communities. Thank you to everyone supporting our efforts and sending us postive feedback! See the full… Read more »

spillers orthodontics 2019 scholarship recipients makiyah and mckinley

Spillers Orthodontics Announces 2019 Scholarship Recipients

Warner Robins, Georgia: May 24, 2019 – Spillers Orthodontics is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Spillers Orthodontics Scholarship. High school seniors McKinley Cranford and Makiyah Dee, both former patients, were selected from numerous applicants. Each will receive $1,000 to be applied toward tuition, books, fees, or any other related expenses for their… Read more »