When Dr. Christine Rayburn came to work at Life Dental Oxford over two years ago, she leapt at the opportunity to work with a talented staff that provides the best dental care available.

“I think I was drawn by the opportunity to work with Dr. (Mike) Huggins, Dr. Dana (Lynch) and the entire staff,” Dr. Rayburn said. “I was blown away by the systems in place and the resources available to provide such high-quality dental care. It’s the best dental care you can get, and I am proud to be a part of it.”

An Oxford native, and a graduate of Oxford High School and Ole Miss, she takes pride in treating the people of her hometown and enjoys building longstanding trust with each of her patients.

“I love caring for families and sticking with them as their kids grow up. I love family dentistry,” Dr. Rayburn said. “I am excited to watch this office continue to grow and continue to become a trusted part of this community. I am blessed to be able to serve the people in my hometown and provide great dental care.”

A 2002 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Dentistry, as Dr. Rayburn began her professional career, she realized that she enjoyed the varying challenges that general dentistry offered.

“I am a true general dentist. I love it,” Dr. Rayburn said. “I love the challenge of doing a variety of different procedures each day. I can take out a tooth, provide a patient a crown, or do a Botox treatment. I love walking into a room and seeing what a patient needs and tackling a different challenge.”

Motivated by her staff and the patients she serves, Dr. Rayburn comes to work each day eager to continue to learn and give the patients of her hometown a quality experience.

“This is the finest staff I have ever worked with. They are the most knowledgeable. They are kind people,” Dr. Rayburn said. “I can trust each one of them and know that the care they are going to provide is going to be top-notch. I have 100 percent trust in every person on this staff. It makes me better at my job. It’s what sets Life Dental Oxford apart. It’s the very best care patients can get.”