We view each patient as a unique individual and tailor each treatment to your specific needs. As part of our commitment to providing close, personalized attention to every patient, we want to encourage patient communication. Please know that we are here to provide outstanding patient care and that we value the trust you have placed in us.
Dr. Brent E Parrott is the founder and CEO of Paradise and Oroville Gentle Dentistry, where his focus is to positively impact lives by improving the world one smile at time. Dr. Parrott received his dental degree from Creighton University, and continues to pursue training in all aspects of dentistry. Two of his valued mentors are Gordon Christianson and Raymond Bertolotti.
In his youth, Dr. Parrott enjoyed playing basketball, baseball, racquetball, swimming, and the sousaphone. He served a 2 year mission to Spain and uses his fluency in Spanish to serve the Spanish speaking community.
Dr. Parrott is the founder of Assist to Succeed, Butte County, and has donated food and supplies to local homeless shelters. He is an Eagle Scout and continues to serve in his church and community. He and his wife Alexis are the parents of 8 children, 6 grandchildren, and 2 grand-puppies.
He graduated from the Medical College of Virginia and continued his education by participating in several courses, including cosmetic dentistry, root canal therapy and all aspects of general dentistry.
Already an experienced dentist, Dr. Keith Stutznegger decided to merge his dental practice with Oroville Gentle Dentistry back in 2013 because of the quality of care we provide to our patients. He has a DDS degree from UCLA and has practiced dentistry in Oroville since 1978.
Our newest dentist, Dr. Trapani holds a bachelors in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Sonoma State University where he graduated with honors. He then proceeded to LECOM School of Dental Medicine where he was the President of Clinical Affairs, obtaining his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree (DMD).
Dr. Trapanis passion has always been to help people. This lead him to pursue surgery despite the nature and intensity of the work. Given his prior experiences with excellent dental professionals who helped him through both braces and jaw surgery, Dr. Trapani looked to dentistry as a way to be that experience for others.