Your #1 Lexington Family Dentist

Here at Cooper Family Dentistry, we pride ourselves on establishing a caring relationship with each and every one of our patients. We also are committed to providing the highest level of dental care for your whole family!

Our approach to dentistry is simple:  we treat our patient’s how we would like to be treated! No two patients are alike, which is why each patient and treatment plan is unique. Whether you need a routine checkup, help with a snoring issue, or any number of dental procedures – our entire team at Cooper Family Dentistry is here to help.

We invite you to look around our site to learn more about Dr. J.D Cooper and our Lexington dental practice to see how we can be an integral part of your dental care. We know that the first step towards a beautiful smile begins with selecting a Lexington dentist that you can rely on. Don't hesitate to give us a call if you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment.

If you are searching for a Lexington family dentist – look no further; contact us today at (859) 266-2570!

Our dental office is conveniently located in the Lansdowne Shopping Center on Tates Creek Rd.

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We look forward to meeting you!

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Meet the Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    James Cooper

    Dr. J.D. Cooper is a 2004 graduate of the University of Kentucky. He practiced for 2 years in Paris, KY before he and his wife decided to settle in Lexington. Dr. Cooper has a great staff, and his wife regularly brings their kids in to visit with patients.

    Additionally, Dr. James Cooper believes strongly in education to prevent oral health problems before they occur, and makes sure to keep patients fully informed about their dental health. 
    Dr. Cooper grew up right here in Lexington and is commited to providing his friends, family, and community with highest level of dental care. 


What Our Clients Say About Us

    Great staff. Everyone is very friendly. Customer service here is just perfect, I always feel welcome. I would and have recommended to friends and family.

    Anthony, 5 Star Rating, Yahoo Local

    My visit to Dr. Cooper was awesome and I had to get cavities filled while I was there how often do you get to say that about a dentist appointment? My teeth always feel so clean after I go see him. He is just fantastic I was nervous at first but the doctor is so nice and made me feel at ease I honestly did not feel anything. I use to hate going to the dentist but not anymore.

    Edward, 5 Star Rating, Yahoo Local

    They are very flexible when it comes to rescheduling appointments so they could better meet your needs. I finally got crowns put in. Thank you for being so flexible.

    Felix, 5 Star Rating, Yahoo Local

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