Team Member

Noel G. Stoker

Oral Surgeon

Education & Credentials

Washington University School of Dental Medicine; St. Louis, MO


Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Parkland Memorial Hospital; Dallas, TX


Cell Biology, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center; Dallas, TX


As your surgeon, you can expect me to utilize my many years of experience to care for you carefully and professionally. Surgery is a scary prospect, but with the assistance of both local and general anesthesia you can be cared for with minimal emotional and physical discomfort. Most likely, you will not remember the procedure!

Personal Favorites

Dr. Stokers favorite sports are his grandkids sporting events, which include soccer, football, swimming, water polo, basketball, and volleyball.

Volunteer Experience

United States Navy dental officer while stationed at Great Lakes Naval Training Center during the Vietnam War

Personal Biography

Dr. Stoker has been practicing oral and maxillofacial surgery for over 30 years in the Valley. In addition to his private practice, he was responsible for training residents in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Valley Medical Center (now Community Medical Center) for 18 years. He was appointed chief of oral and maxillofacial surgery and director of the residency program at VMC. He and his wife, Carol, have three children and fifteen grandchildren. Their son, Steven, is practicing law in Fresno. Their daughter, Tiffany, was Miss California and third runner-up to Miss America in 1995. She was inspired and mentored by her sister, Lezlee, who holds an MA in theatrical performance. They love their family and enjoy spending time with them. Dr. Stoker is an avid genealogist, and enjoys fly fishing, skiing, gardening, and backpacking.

Professional Association

American Board of Oral Surgery diplomat, California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons


J.D. White award for proficiency and promise in the field of crown and bridge prosthodontics, grant from Washington University for demonstrating ability and academic excellence


American Cancer Society fellow, Dallas, TX (two years); author of numerous professional publications; lecturer on several academic programs.