Spencer Creek Dental Care
Is Now Majestic Dental

Dear Patients and Friends,

It is with mixed emotions that after a total of 42 years of dental practice, including fifteen years at Spencer Creek Dental Care, I am announcing my retirement from the profession that I love.  I have enjoyed the relationships that we have developed and feel blessed to have had each of you as patients.   The good news is that my practice will be assumed by local dentists with excellent professional credentials and years of experience in comprehensive dental care.

We will be merging our practice with Majestic Dental and Drs. Michael Lear and David Sanford.  Dr. Lear received his degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.  He is a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry.  He and his wife, Sherry, have four children and a grandson. He spends his free time enjoying his family and their activities and traveling to the many great places the world has to offer. 

Dr Sanford also received his degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.  He was raised in St Peters and graduated from Francis Howell Central HS.  He and his wife, who is also a dentist, have 2 adorable little girls.  Anything outdoors such as hunting, sports, masonry and carpentry round out his free time.

The team at Majestic Dental are proficient in all aspects of dentistry. They are experienced in extractions, root canal therapy, implants and their restoration and general dentistry. They perform clear aligner treatment and various types of cosmetic dentistry. They will offer services that will now be available to our patients without referrals to other specialists.  

To my longtime and faithful patients, I leave you in good hands and I am confident that the excellent treatment that I always tried to provide will continue. 

I will remain with the practice over the next few months until Majestic Dental’s brand-new facility has been completed on Cottleville Parkway. Please feel free to stop into the office at any time to speak to us.  A few of my team members will remain, so you will see some familiar faces and some new faces to greet you and assist with your treatment and the transition into the new state-of-the-art facility.  

I will certainly miss the practice of dentistry and the people, but I also look forward to the new chapter in my life.  I thank you for the kind words, for the referral of friends and family, and for the loyalty over the years which allowed me to have such a lengthy and rewarding professional career.

Finally, it is with the most heartfelt gratitude that I write this letter.  Many of you often mentioned that you hoped I would never retire, and I always appreciated those affectionate comments.

I know you will find that my successors also have a commitment to quality care, and I hope that your loyalty will continue to help them grow their practice into the future.  


Dr. Monroe Ginsburg