Dr. Jack Margavitch became a dentist after hearing stories from his dentist sister about how the profession could change people’s lives. During his first year of college, he experienced this truth firsthand when he fractured his front tooth in a football collision. His dentist saved a near-hopeless tooth with a root canal and crown, confirming Dr. Jack’s belief that dentistry was the career he needed to pursue. He knew this field would allow him to help people with similar experiences and improve their lives.
After graduating from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Dr. Jack pursued a degree in dentistry, where he attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine before graduating in 2020. During his four years in Pittsburgh, he spent much of his time volunteering around the community and serving on two mission trips to the Dominican Republic, where he provided dental care to underserved neighborhoods.
Outside the dental office, Dr. Jack enjoys spending time with his fiancé, a dentist, and their new puppy, Moose. You can find him on the golf course with friends and family on a nice sunny day, and some of his other hobbies include watching football, attending sporting events or concerts, and trying out new restaurants in the DFW area.