General & Cosmetic Dentistry

Jacksonville, OR


Meet Dr. Scott Brodie

Since 2005, Dr. Scott Brodie has been making the Rogue Valley healthier and happier, one smile at a time. Using his eye for detail, Dr. Brodie loves being a partner in his patient’s health, whether it is maintaining the smile they love or designing the smile of their dreams.

An avid learner, Dr. Brodie is frequently enrolled in continuing education classes around the country and an active member of local study clubs. He received his DMD from the Oregon Health and Science University of Portland, Oregon following a B.S. from Southern Oregon University. Dr. Scott Brodie believes in early detection, conservative treatment, and the latest technology to provide patient comfort with minimally invasive dentistry.

Helping people remains at the heart of his commitment to dentistry and our community. Dr. Brodie is an active member (and past president) of the Rogue Valley After Five Rotary Club, as well as the Southern Oregon Dental Society. He is a volunteer for the Give Back a Smile Program serving survivors of domestic violence, Oregon's Mission of Mercy Program, and the former Jackson County Children's Dental Clinic.

Outside of work, Dr. Brodie and family are avid backpackers and can often be seen hiking the Jacksonville Woodland trails that surround their home.

"Historically teeth only needed to last 40 years. My job now is to make sure they last a lifetime. That means educating each patient and becoming a partner in the care of their teeth."

(Scott Brodie, DMD)


Pain-Free and Prevention Oriented

Through early detection, conservative treatment and the latest technology, we provide patient comfort with minimally invasive dentistry.

Our Services

We are experts in early detection and conservative treatment


A dental implant is an ideal tooth restoration for people who are missing one or more teeth. It is a metal post that an oral surgeon surgically positions into the jaw and then a crown placed on top by Dr. Brodie.

Learn more about our implant program here.


A thin, custom-made layer of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of a tooth. It is used to fix large gaps between teeth or to correct uneven, chipped or discolored teeth. Porcelain veneers allow us to alter tooth position, shape, size and color in order to give you the perfect smile.

Cosmetic Bonding

Bonding is a quick and easy way to contour teeth. It is often used to reduce or eliminate large spaces between the front teeth. A hard plastic resin is color-matched to your smile and applied to the tooth surface, where it is shaped and polished to match your natural tooth structure.


While scaling and polishing teeth to remove plaque, tartar (calculus) and stain, our Dental Hygienists are also monitoring your gum and bone health and checking for signs of decay.


We use all tooth-colored fillings (composite). The advantage of composite fillings is they match the tooth's color and are more conservative to save additional tooth structure.


Besides strengthening a damaged tooth, a crown can be used to improve its appearance, shape or alignment. A crown can also be placed on top of an implant to provide a tooth-like shape and structure for function.

Meet The Team

We Are Here For You


EFDA, Dental Assistant


EFDA, Dental Assistant


EFDA Dental Assistant


RDH, Dental Hygienist


RDH, Dental Hygienist


RDH, Dental Hygienist


Front office / Administrative Assistant


Front Office / Administrative Assistant


We Make Our Patients Happy

Part of the Brodie Family

Brodie Dental exemplifies “family.” Not only is Dr. Scott Brodie a second generation dentist, his entire staff is truly a “family” and they have treated four generations of our family with kindness, compassion, and top-notch dental care.

Stacie G.
Jacksonville, OR

Happy Birthday Wishes

That’s the first time I've had birthday wishes from my Dentist and staff. I must say this office is amazing, they have spent so much time trying to accommodate my schedule and Jennifer (my hygienist) is so friendly I forget what she's doing!

Naomi S.
Medford, OR

Fear of Fillings

My son did not want to go to the dentist. But he was so encouraged by the staff he ended up walking out with a big smile! Thank you for making the dentist a safe place to visit—even enjoyable!

Kenny C.
Medford, OR


Everyone at the office has a lot of honesty and integrity. They explain things and go through the billing in advance to estimate what my insurance will cover. Scott Brodie is so meticulous and competent, and he always tells me when something can wait.

Janet C.
Jacksonville, OR

Runs On-Time

Professional, courteous, attention to detail and best of all the appointment starts and ends on-time.

Jesse M.
Medford, OR

Worth the Drive

My childhood dental experiences were not very good, but it is different at Brodie Dental. It’s their personalities, the compassion they have for patients and the good care. I’ve always made the drive from Central Point because it is worth it.

Kathy C.
Central Point, OR

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Patient Forms and Common Questions

Patient Forms

Please download before your first appointment.
Medical History

HIPAA Acknowledgment


We are committed to providing you with quality and affordable dental health care. For your convenience we accept cash, personal checks and all major credit cards. We offer a 5% cash or a 3% debit or credit card courtesy with fees over $800. We are happy to bill your insurance and are able to bill almost all plans.

Affordable Care

We are pleased to accept CareCredit on approved credit for up to 12 months interest free. Please click here to apply.

If you notice occasional sensitivity or “zings” after cold food items or sweets it may be caused by an area with little or no enamel to protect the tooth. Generally using a sensitivity toothpaste (Sensodyne) or fluoride rinse (ACT) daily will alleviate the problem; however discontinuing may cause the sensitivity to return. We can also prescribe inexpensive medicated toothpaste that can reduce sensitivity and prevent decay.

There are several causes of bad breath, but most frequently bacteria on the back part of the tongue cause it. Brushing the tongue surface, and/or using a tongue scraper in addition to brushing and flossing can improve and often solve the problem. Using an antibacterial mouth rinse, such as Crest or Listerine is also a good option. Other causes include dehydration, medications, gum disease, smoking or certain foods.

Nitrous oxide is a gas that is combined with oxygen to produce a calming effect and a sense of well being when inhaled. Nitrous oxide is used to help a patient relax during a dental appointment. When the treatment is over, we will have you breathe pure oxygen for five or ten minutes to eliminate the effects of the gas. Unlike other sedations, patients should have a clear head within minutes of coming off of the nitrous oxide allowing them to function normally with no lingering effects.

After a deep cleaning the areas around the teeth can be sensitive. To help alleviate soreness, using an over the counter anti-inflammatory (ibuprofen) and warm salt-water rinses (one glass of warm water mixed with one tsp. salt) can both be very effective. If the teeth themselves are sensitive, using sensitivity toothpaste daily and/or a fluoride mouth rinse can also help. It is also very important to continue to brush and floss, to keep bacteria off the gums and allow them to heal.

We try to make every dental appointment as comfortable as we can for all our patients. To accomplish this it is important that you express your needs so we can accommodate you. We offer neck pillows, blankets, “relaxing gas” (nitrous oxide) and AM/FM radios for your comfort. We also recommend bringing personal music, on your phone or digital player, and eating a small meal before you come in to see us.

The amount of fluoride in regular toothpaste helps prevent decay, but many teeth have areas that break down from plaque acids. A stronger concentration of fluoride will help to remineralize these areas and protect them from further decay. Some medications and health problems can cause dry mouths, which can create a great environment for cavities and gum disease to develop or progress rapidly. We often recommend a prescription strength fluoride toothpaste or rinse to prevent decay in patients with dry mouth, those with a high cavity rate, patients with root exposure, and those whose diet is laced with sticky or sugary foods or drinks. These stronger fluoride products will also help to reduce tooth sensitivity.

Contact Us

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  • (541) 899-8833
  • Monday to Thursday - 8 AM to 5 PM
  • info@brodiedental.com