Jonathan Lubeck, DMD
Dr. Lubeck grew up near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduating high school, he attended Brigham Young University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology. During his tenure at BYU, he served a two-year church mission in Portugal.
Dr. Lubeck returned to Philadelphia to attend Temple University School of Dentistry. After graduating, Dr. Lubeck completed a dental residency at the University of Washington in Seattle where he obtained advanced training in many areas of dentistry. Dr. Lubeck is passionate about learning and is always striving to increase his knowledge and proficiency through study and participation in continuing education.
Dr. Lubeck and his wife, Alexandra have four children, Jackon, Lucy, Eliza Jane, and Jesse. When he’s not working, Dr. Lubeck enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and getting outdoors to play with his kids. Dr. Lubeck also volunteers at the Bradley Free Clinic and is involved in teaching dental students at MCV Dental School. He also enjoys teaching and leading a youth group at his church.
Dr. Lubeck followed in the footsteps of Dr. Roach and served as president of the Roanoke Valley Dental society where he too continues to be active. He is also a member of the American Dental Association, the Virginia Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry.
Dr. Lubeck was voted one of three “Top Docs” by local health care professionals in the Roanoker magazine. While this is a great compliment, Dr. Lubeck feels an even greater sense of satisfaction from the many patients who encourage their family and friends to come to see him and become part of the “family”. He loves seeing these patients wherever he goes in Roanoke and feeling a strong sense of community.
Lindsay J. Laing, D.D.S.
Dr. Laing attended Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. She completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Langley Air Force Base before serving three years as a general dentist in the United States Air Force.
Dr. Laing fell in love with Southwest Virginia when she moved from Spokane, Washington to attend Sweet Briar College in 1999. She has considered herself a Virginian at heart ever since.
She and her husband, Logan, have a blended family that includes eight children, nine chickens, and a one-eyed turtle named Urtle.
When not working, Dr. Laing can be found gardening, front porch sittin’, or more often than not, chasing after her children.