Meet Dr. Michael W. McKinney Sr.

A Committed and Compassionate Dentist

in Augusta/Rockingham Counties

Mike McKinney is a native of Johnson City, Tennessee, but has been in the Rockbridge County area since 1998.  Dr. McKinney graduated as a business major from Southern Virginia University where he played football and was student body vice-president.  Prior to attending SVU he served for two years in Ireland as a missionary for his church. After graduating from SVU, Mike was a Boy Scout professional for the State of West Virginia and then a teacher at Rivermont School in Lexington.  Not feeling either of those professions should be his life’s labor; he decided to go back to college and prepare to work in the health care profession.  While working as a volunteer on a Remote Area Medical project to provide medical and dental care to indigent families in Southwest Virginia, Mike was given an opportunity to assist a dentist.  He fell in love with the profession and turned all his efforts towards becoming one who could use his natural mechanical and artistic skills to help others with their dental challenges.  As a result Mike graduated as Dr. Michael McKinney from Roseman University of Health Sciences in Utah.  While at Roseman, Dr. McKinney worked as a volunteer providing dental treatment to the homeless in Salt Lake City.

Dr. McKinney

A country boy at heart, Dr. McKinney enjoys camping, pickup trucks, woodworking, and barbeque.  And, he loves being able to serve the people of the community in which he grew up. Most of all, he loves being with his wife, Janet and their four children: Mikey, Jackson, John, and Mary Cate.

Dear Valued Patients,

We hope you are staying healthy and well during this public health emergency. Our priority, as it has always been, is the continued health and safety of our patients and staff. We will continue implementing the recommendations of the ADA (American Dental Association) and the VDA (Virginia Dental Association) and the CDC regarding COVID 19. To continue to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID 19, we kindly ask that if you have an upcoming dental appointment that you follow these COVID 19 guidelines:

  • Please reschedule your dental appointment should you have any symptoms of COVID 19 (fever, fatigue, dry cough, difficulty breathing, aches & pains, sore throat, loss of sense of smell or taste).
  • Please refrain from bringing additional individuals with you to your appointment.
  • Please arrive at your appointment no earlier than five minutes. We ask that you wait in your car and call the office when you arrive.
  • Please wear a mask.
  • Please keep a safe distance from others when possible.

In the interest of patient safety, we would like to share some of our safety measures practiced in our office. N95 Masks, protective face shields, and gloves will continue to be worn by providers.
Daily temperature monitoring of all staff, including our front desk support, assistants, hygienists, and doctors. Every operatory is wiped down with disinfectant between every patient. Door pulls, countertops, front desk, restroom handles and waiting room wiped down frequently with disinfectant. We appreciate and value your continued understanding during this health crisis.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Your Dental Health Associates Team