For Dr. Nathan Vogt, the calling of dentistry came very early in life. He knew he wanted to become a dentist when he was just eight years old.
He is a native of Gloucester County, graduating from Gloucester High School and continuing his education at the College of William & Mary as well as the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. He started practicing in 2005 and is also a member of the American Dental Association, Virginia Dental Association and Peninsula Dental Society.
Dr. Vogt has always loved biology and the sciences, and he sincerely enjoys taking care of people. He finds it very satisfying when a reluctant patient comes to his office in major discomfort and then leaves with a sense of relief. For him, seeing the shift in their mood is quite visible, and helping to create that change is incredibly rewarding.
His practice performs a full range of dental services and procedures, including restorations and fillings, crowns and bridges, tooth extractions and dental implants. Dr. Vogt believes in a golden rule: if you want a healthy body, start with a healthy mouth.
In life, Dr. Vogt likes to keep it simple, and he encourages people to be kind, knowing that everyone is fighting battles we knowing nothing about.
Away from the office, Dr. Vogt enjoys soccer, playing guitar, paddle boarding, windsurfing and spending time with his family.