Stephen Coker, DMD, PA

Dr. Coker received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina with a major in biology. He earned his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Medical University of South Carolina, College of Dental Medicine in Charleston, in 1988. Dr. Coker has been practicing general and cosmetic dentistry since that time.

Dr. Coker and his wife, Margaret, have four children, Matthew and Emily Coker and Julia and Cameron Washburn. Emily is a junior at Cary Christian School; Matthew is a junior in the North Carolina State University Business School; Julia Washburn graduated in 2012 from North Carolina State University and works for RedHat, Inc.; and Cameron graduated in 2014 from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where she was a member of the Seahawk’s swim team and now is a senior in the Cape Fear Community College Dental Hygiene Program. Dr. Coker and his family live in Morrisville and attend Apex Baptist Church.

When not in his office, Dr. Coker enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, exercising, running, biking, boating, snow skiing, and wheeling on his “EUC” Electric Unicycle (a one wheel Segway with no handle). You may see Dr. Coker driving his wheel on a beautiful-weathered day.

Dr. Coker is a member of the Wake County Dental Association, North Carolina Dental Association, American Dental Association, and the Academy of General Dentistry. He has enjoyed participating in the Give Kids a Smile program (which provides dental care and education to underserved children in the Lee County area), Baptist Men’s Dental Bus, as well as Donated Dental Services of Wake County.

Proficient in the latest treatment techniques, Dr. Coker has completed Core I – Advanced Functional Restorative Dentistry at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute (LVI) for Advance Dental Studies. He has received training and is certified in conscious sedation, and completed a 216-hour dental implant continuum. This satisfies the requirements for the International Congress of Oral Implantologists Fellowship.