5849 Buffalo Gap Road
Abilene, TX 79606
Dr. Chadwick M. Sargent, was born and raised in Duncanville, Texas and is a 7th generation Texan. He has been in West Texas since 1990, and is a honors graduate from Texas Tech University. As a freshman in college, he actually researched and diagnosed his own cancer. He decided to become a doctor because of this experience and treatment to save his own life. With the loss of his father at a young age and being a cancer survivor, these events made a large impact upon him and shaped his mission to help others – specifically pain control. Following graduation from Tech, he attended Baylor College of Dentistry and graduated with Fourth Scholastic Honors (4th of 80 students) in 2000. While at Baylor, he achieved the Gross Anatomy “Top Student Award”; was selected for the National Dental Honor Society: Omicron Kappa Upsilon; was selected to the Baylor Odontological Honor Society; achieved the ZIPS Dental Social Fraternity “Top Student” Award; was a participant in the Baylor Pediatric Honors Summer Externship; received the General Dentistry Award; and was appointed by OMFS faculty to be a charter student for the Oral Surgery Faculty Student Extender Program (1 of 4). While at Baylor, Dr. Sargent was selected for a very competitive full ride scholarship provided by the United States Navy. Upon graduation, Dr. Sargent was selected and attended a prestigious Advanced Education in General Dentistry program in Southern California. He served over 7 great years in the Navy and while practicing at Corpus Christi Naval Air Station, he was selected to attend the highly sought after University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Graduate Endodontic Program. Many consider this to be the finest Endodontic training program in the world with faculty members making up a dream team of Endodontists. After completion of his residency, Dr. Sargent served as the Endodontic Department Head at a busy hospital in North Carolina providing dental trauma and Endodontic care to Navy and Marine Corps service men and women. In addition to clinical duties, he was a faculty Endodontist in the AEGD program at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant Commander, was in zone for Commander, and was a Four time recipient of the Naval and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. Since 2006, Dr. Sargent has been practicing Endodontics back home in Texas. He joined Dr. Robert Stites practice with a long history of being the best endodontic practice in West Texas. Together they formed Lubbock Endodontics. Dr. Sargent has 3 children, is active in his church and community, and married his high school sweetheart, Misty, after graduating from Texas Tech. He lectures often and has been presenting research at dental meetings since 2000. He is an active member of the American Association of Endodontists, American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association and the South Plains Dental Society where he served as President. As a dedicated husband and father, Dr. Sargent has many interests outside of his specialty. He is a Texas Tech sports fanatic, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, the outdoors, cooking, travel, enjoying life and music.