Dr. Ethan Schuman

Dr. Ethan J. Schuman began his career at the Washington University School of Dental Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, earning a Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) degree.

Dr. Ethan Schuman founded his general dentistry in 1985 where his main focus was to emphasize that the main goal of his office is to provide a relaxed comfortable environment, with a family atmosphere while at the same time offering the highest quality and standards of a technology driven, State of the Art Dental Facility.

He has combined his knowledge and ability to perform a wide variety of procedures to patients of all ages from infants to seniors, with the knowledge of our in house periodontist, who has a vast experience of her specialty of gum treatment and implants, with an office team of friendly, caring, professional individuals that give his office a family atmosphere where patients can feel confident as well as comfortable during their visit.

Dr. Schuman  along with his office team strive to communicate to patients that the heart of their service is to promote overall long term dental health. Which is an important goal since the lack of oral hygeine has now been linked to heart disease and stroke as well has proven to influence /affect dental issues that are found more frequently and serious in patients who suffer from Diabetes.

Dr. Schuman a cosmetic dentist, has been featured in the print and broadcast media in St. Louis, Missouri, for his expertise in cosmetic dental restorations as well as his work with anxious patients.

He has co-authored a treatment program for the reduction of dental phobia and anxiety. In addition, Dr. Schuman serves as a consultant to numerous nursing and retirement centers across the country and frequently lectures on the topic of dentistry for seniors and the institutionalized.

Dr. Schuman, his wife Debby and their children have lived in St. Louis for over 20 years. He is also an avid music enthusiast and relaxes by playing guitar and piano. Dr. Schuman is onstaff at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center and teaches at Webster University.