Discover Effective Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry

At the Center for Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry, our Drs. John Marshall and Del Shofner understand our patients’ desire for a gorgeous smile. We appreciate and gladly partner with our patients to help them achieve the best smile possible with healthy teeth and gums. As your family dentist in Northport, AL the dental health of each patient is our highest priority.

We also offer a range of cosmetic dentistry options for patients who want something a little extra to greater enhance the appearance of their smiles.

Whether you’re in need of a six-month dental check-up and cleaning to preserve the health of your smile or you think your smile could use a facelift with a cosmetic dentist in Northport, feel free to browse through our website and service offerings. We would be happy to work with you to achieve your oral health care goals. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment.

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  • John Marshall

    Dr John D. Marshall grew up in Panama City, Fl where he graduated from Rutherford High School and Gulf Coast State College.  He enlisted in the Army National guard at the age of 17 and spent 6 years in the infantry and 4 years in the dental corp.  Dr. Marshall moved to Birmingham, Al in 1991 to continue his education at UAB where he received his B.S degree in natural sciences and was a member of Theta Chi fraternity.  Dr. Marshall then attended UAB dental school and graduated in the top 10% of his class in 1997.  After graduation he moved to Tuscaloosa and became an associate of Dr. Robert H. Davis at our practice here in Northport.  After 4 years Dr. Marshall became a partner in the practice where he has continued to practice for the past 24 years.  Dr. Marshall just recently completed a 5 year term as a commissioner with the Alabama Athletic Association and continues to be active in the states combat sports arena.  He has been married to Rhonda Rushing Marshall since 1994 and they have three children.  Anna Grace Marshall, Physical Therapist in Birmingham,  Alison Blair Marshall, profession dancer in Dallas, Tx, and Lane Marshall, mechanical engineering student at Texas A&M.  Dr. Marshall enjoys traveling, especially in their Tiffin Motorhome, boating, exercising, and spending time with family.

  • Del M. Shofner D.M.D.

    Bio coming soon!

  • Darby Presley

    Dr. Presley was raised in Birmingham, Alabama where she graduated from Briarwood Christian School. Thanks to numerous trips to Nicaragua while in high school, she saw firsthand how dentistry can be used to help others. After graduating high school, she attended Mississippi State University where she got her B.S. degree in Mathematics. Prior to joining the CCRD team, she attended the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in Memphis, TN. Dr. Presley has a history of working with children and loves the family atmosphere of CCRD. She is an avid MSU fan and she spends most of her weekends cheering on the dawgs in Starkville. When she isn't at the clinic, you can find her fishing with her husband, Toler or playing fetch with their cat, Binx.


What Our Patients Say

  • "I have been going to this dentist since I was a little girl and I am 39 now so yes a very long time. Everyone is so wonderful. YES EVERYONE. I do not have anything bad to say about anyone. If you are looking for a dentist. Please give these guys a try. You won’t regret it."
    Tanya R.
  • "I receive the best dental care every time I go here. I would recommend to anyone. Jade was very professional and explained everything she was doing. She's the Best!"
    Rodney H.
  • "As always wonderful. My chipped tooth is perfect. Love my dental office. Staff is the best and Dr Marshall is fantastic"
    Sandy F.
  • "I had severe tooth ache and they got me in right away, performed root canal and one extraction, staff and dentist excellent people to work with. I would highly recommend them for your dental needs."
    Tim L.

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  • Digital X-Rays

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  • Intraoral Camera

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