Thank you for visiting our website and considering Fowler Orthodontics to give you the smile of your dreams! I began my journey into orthodontics growing up in Houston, Texas as the son of an engineer just a few miles away from Johnson Space Center. After an amazing four years at Vanderbilt University, I took my degree in biomedical engineering back to NASA where I worked as a flight controller in mission control. I loved working with a brilliant team using the world’s most advanced technology to send men and women into space.
In order to pursue my goal of becoming an orthodontist, I attended the Medical College of Virginia, where in 2005, I earned my Doctorate of Dental Surgery, and graduated magna cum laude. I gained acceptance into the OKU national dental honor society. I continued on at the Medical College of Virginia, and earned my Master of Science in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics in 2007.
I use my invaluable experience at NASA every day in my practice to apply a sophisticated team approach, and use the most innovative orthodontic technologies to create beautiful smiles and healthy bites for my patients.
While giving my patients beautiful smiles, I enjoy the relationships that I build with them and their families. Living, working, and raising children in Franklin, I have the pleasure of seeing my patients on the softball field, at violin recitals, and at church on Sunday morning. I live in an amazing community and I am honored to give back as a sponsor for our local schools and sports teams, and by giving orthodontic treatment to children in need through the Interfaith Dental Clinic.
I am very fortunate to have brilliant colleagues that meet regularly to discuss the best treatments for our patients in my local dental study club. I also serve as an elder at First Presbyterian Church of Franklin, where you can find me teaching Sunday school.
When I’m not in the office, my amazing wife Mary and I love listening to our beautiful daughters, Claiborne and Macon, play violin. In the fall, we can be found down on West End cheering on the Vanderbilt Commodores!