Meet the Doctors

Dr. Christopher R. Rebol

Dr. Christopher R. Rebol has deep roots in the Asheville area, dating back to his great grandparents move to Skyland in the 1920s. His early life carried him from Florida to England and Spain –  but his parents settled in Asheville when Dr. Rebol was in the 4th grade. He attended North Carolina State University and graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Political Science and a minor in French. He was accepted by the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, the top dental program in the country. Graduating from dental school in 2004, he became the Dental Director of Western North Carolina Community Health Services, growing its program from a single dentist to a three-dentist clinic and absorbing the Buncombe County Health Department as it closed its own program. In 2008, Dr. Rebol took over the practice of Dr. J. Ken Manley. Growing up in Asheville, it’s easy to develop a love for the outdoors – and in his free time that is where you will find Dr. Rebol. His favorite hobbies are hiking, mountain biking, skiing, coastal fishing, Enduro Motocross and spending time with his family.

 

Dr. Chris Sparks

Dr. Chris Sparks was drawn to dentistry after shadowing in the profession, and aspires to bring his education and hopes for dental health and wellness to every patient. He received his undergraduate education from UNC Chapel Hill before attending the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine. “I love being able to interact with people in meaningful ways that will benefit their overall well-being, and dentistry allows me to do just that,” says Dr. Sparks. Joining the Rebol Family Dentistry team in 2018, he is excited to be a part of the Asheville community – enjoying our music scene, outstanding dining, French Broad River and beautiful mountains with abundant hiking opportunities for him and his Australian shepherd, Bella. Dr. Sparks is an avid sports fan, especially of the UNC Tarheels and the Carolina Panthers. Not only a spectator, Dr. Sparks loves playing tennis, golf and other sports. In fact, at East Carolina he was awarded the first ever Intramural Ironman title, having won the most intramural championships across the undergrad/graduate campuses over the course of the year.