A smile speaks so much! At New Image Dental, we want to help you achieve the smile you have always wanted. New Smile. New Life. New Opportunities.

We take pride in helping our patients achieve the best dental care possible with exceptional customer service. We strive to build a relationship with our patients based on honesty and integrity. We will treat you as if you are family!

At New Image Dental, we know a happy mouth begins with a healthy mouth. We understand the relationship between “a healthy mouth and a healthy body” and are continually educating our patients about the overall importance of maintaining optimal home care techniques and proper dietary habits. The patient’s role in maintaining optimal dental health is a collaborative one, working together with the dentists and the dental hygienists.

Our team of dental hygienists, dental assistants, and administrative personnel is the backbone of the practice. Their combined experience and long-lasting relationship with the doctors is a wonderful benefit for the patients. They take a very active role in ensuring patient comfort and happiness. As a team, they are always happy to welcome new patients to the practice and to keep the practice moving forward.

Dr. Briese and Dr. Socia enjoy their profession and look forward to seeing you in the office at your next visit!

  • Dr.
    Andrew G. Briese

    For Andrew G. Briese, D.D.S., dentistry runs in his family. Following in the footsteps of three generations of dentists, Dr. Briese is thrilled to bring state-of-the-art dentistry to Rogers, AR and the surrounding areas.

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  • Dr.
    Adam Socia

    Originally from Pine Bluff, AR, Dr. Socia has been improving dental health and giving new smiles for over 15 years now. His journey into the dental profession began in high school when he volunteered in a school program that allowed him to shadow his local dentist. Seeing the difference a new smile can make, Dr Socia knew then that we wanted to pursue a career as a dentist.

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See what our patients have to say!

  • "Dr Socia is a wonderful dentist. He always makes sure I am comfortable. His staff from the front office to the clinical staff are top notch. Thank you for taking great care of me and my teeth!"
    Sheila C.
  • "I have been very uncomfortable for years due to dental issue and have had a fear of going to the dentist, I was able to walk in New Image and feel a sense of hope and welcoming. The Staff the Dental assistant as well as the dentist made me feel at home . I highly recommend New Image Dental ❤️ ❤️"
    Ashley B.
  • "Tuesday was my first appointment at New Image Dentistry. I would like to express my sincerest appreciation to Dr. Socia and his entire staff. As a new patient, I was there to have a wisdom tooth pulled. Dr. Socia and his staff made me feel welcome and has even checked to see how I have been doing the past few days. I would highly recommend New Image Dentistry."
    James H.

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