At Carolina Forest Family Dentistry in Conway, South Carolina, our dental office is proud of the care we provide as well as the professionals we employ. To learn more about our doctors, read more here or contact us.
Dr. Daubenspeck is a cosmetic dentist, owner, and senior partner of this four-dentist and three-specialist practice. In 1991, he became a third-generation graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine after his father graduated in 1961 and his grandfather graduated in 1927. He received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science in 1986 from Clemson University. In addition, Dr. Daubenspeck served six years in the United States Navy Dental Corps, attaining the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
"Dr. D" was born in Sasebo, Japan and grew up between Erie, Pennsylvania and Hilton Head, South Carolina. He lives in Carolina Forest and has two children, Maggie, 10 and Max, 4. Dr. D's hobbies include spending time with his kids, family, and friends. He loves airplanes, boats, and Clemson.
Dr. Jason Kiggins
Dr. Jason Kiggins is a family and cosmetic dentist who has been practicing comprehensive dental care and serving our community since 2002. He and his wife Wendy were born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Their son Connor attends school at Ocean Bay Elementary in the Carolina Forest School district.
Dr. Kiggins completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 1996, receiving his Doctorate of Dental Medicine. Prior to serving our community, Dr. Kiggins spent almost six years serving our country with the United States Air Force.
Dr. Shaunna J. Szabo
Dr. Shaunna J. Szabo joined the practice in August 2008. She is originally from the Snow Belt of Western New York and grew up on her grandparent's tree farm. Having had enough of the winters, Dr. Szabo attended college at the University of South Carolina-Aiken, where she received her Bachelor's Degree cum laude. She then received her Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
As a dental student, she was President of the American Association of Women Dentists and organized Give Kids A Smile Day at the university.