Dr. Serena Tham
Dr. Tham, originally a Los Angeles native, moved to the central valley in 2003 to start her career indentistry. She graduated from University of California at San Diego with a bachelors degree in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience, then moved across the country to experience life on the east coast for her dental schooling. After graduating from Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine with a D.M.D. degree, she discovered she enjoyed restorative dentistry, especially when working with children and teens.
A strong proponent of educating kids from an early age to take care of their teeth and gums, Dr. Tham also encourages parents to be actively involved with their childrens’ overall oral health. Dr. Tham volunteers annually for the “Give Kids A Smile” event in the central valley and is a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association and Fresno-Madera Dental Society.
When not spending time in the office, Dr. Tham and her husband enjoy spending time with their daughter, and their golden retrievers Ginger and Cody. They also try to make time to travel abroad to new places. In recent years, they have had the privilege of visiting Hong Kong, Italy, Argentina and French Polynesia. Dr. Tham enjoys cooking, baking, dining out at new restaurants and catching up with good friends.
Dr. Doug Roh
Dr. Roh originally came to the central valley to attend Cal State Fresno for a Masters of Science program. After receiving his MS, he studied at Loma Linda University Dental School in southern California, graduating with a D.D.S. degree. Shortly after, he returned to the central valley to plant his roots and establish his professional career in dentistry.
Being good with his hand skills and enjoying interaction with kids, including many years of Sunday school teaching, Dr. Roh naturally became interested in dentistry for children and teens. He has volunteered his time at the Give Kids a Smile event in Fresno, and plans to travel to Mexico annually for a medical and dental outreach program in the near future.
In the last decade of practicing in the central valley and working mainly with the young patient population, Dr. Roh has developed important skills and creative ways that enable him to communicate with and effectively treat kids to help them understand the importance of good brushing and flossing habits to carry with them into adulthood.
On the weekends, Dr. Roh and his family like to hike and enjoy the natural beauty surrounding the central valley. He also enjoys making furniture and golfing in his spare time