D. Eric Oxford, DDS
Dr. Eric Oxford, your hometown orthodontist, is a proud resident of Mt. Juliet, TN, where his orthodontic practice is located in the beautiful Providence community. Dr. Oxford and his wife, Mary, have four wonderful children; Caedon, Grant, Luke, and their newest addition, Bella. Dr. Oxford utlilizes the lastest advancements in orthodontics and stays abreast of cutting-edge technology through numerous continuing education courses and seminars.
Most importantly, Dr. Oxford and his caring, highly-trained staff are especially interested in making all their patients feel right at home! They put your needs first to achieve efficient and comprehensive treatment. Their staff is trained and skilled, and they strive to provide energetic and fun-loving service to each patient. Each member of their treatment team and office staff has years of experience in treating patients with the highest level of care. Dr. Oxford cares for each of his patients to the utmost degree. Dr. Oxfords level of caring and cutting-edge technology is unmatched; you will feel the difference.
Dr. Oxford received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, TX, in 2002. Dr. Oxford then participated in a one-year Orthodontic Fellowship at the University of Florida where he conducted cutting-edge research on Invisalign orthodontic treatment. Dr. Oxford then completed his three-year orthodontic residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. During his years of specialty training, he received extensive training in adult and pediatric orthodontic treatment, treatment of complex craniofacial anomalies, and contemporary orthodontic techniques including advanced training with the Damon System and Invisalign.
Dr. Oxford is an active member of the American Association of Orthodontists, Southern Association of Orthodontists, Tennessee Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, Tennessee Dental Association and the Nashville Dental Society.
Dr. Oxford and his family are thrilled to be a part of their community through school and Church activities. When Dr. Oxford is not at home keeping up with his four children, you can find him on the tennis courts, biking or at one of his boys' sports activities.