My father was a medical doctor, and for a long time, I thought that's what I was going to do. I have my bachelor's in biology, but he took me around on a weekend that he was on call. I was up all night. He had me follow another dentist around for that week, so that's when I decided I wanted to be a dentist instead. I've been happy ever since.
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Dr. Tab A. Boyle is passionate about helping his patients. He has been that way from the time he decided to get involved in dentistry. Dr. Boyle moved to Lancaster when he was only 2 years old. His father, Dr. Victor Boyle, practiced general medicine. Dr. Boyle learned how to care for his patients from watching how his father took care of his own patients. As Dr. Boyle grew up, he started to know what he wanted to do with his life. He made the decision to go to college and become a dentist.
Dr. Boyle graduated from Loma Linda University in 1988 with his Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree, or DDS. By 1989, Dr. Boyle was back home in Lancaster practicing dentistry out of the same building that housed his father’s medical practice.
While he enjoyed being so close to his father and helping the same patients he had seen his entire life, Dr. Boyle knew that he could help more people. So, he left his father’s office and moved his practice into his own building. This expanded his office space and allowed him to treat more patients. Since that initial move, Dr. Boyle has had to move his practice several other times within Lancaster because he needed more space to treat his growing number of patients. His current office has seven operatories and is furnished in a way to make you feel at home while you are here.
Dr. Boyle truly loves being a dentist, and that love spills over into his desire to be as good of a dentist as he can be. The continuing education courses he regularly attends demonstrate this. In an effort to keep his skills top-notch and his training on the cutting edge of dentistry, Dr. Boyle spends a large amount of time attending informational courses and seminars each year.
Dr. Boyle is not one of those dentists who is all work and no play, however. He has many hobbies, including playing six different instruments. He loves to spend time with his family skiing and surfing. Dr. Boyle also thoroughly enjoys getting out and riding his motorcycle.