There is no greater satisfaction than doing my job very well. I strive to create the most attractive smile and great bite on every patient. This means no cutting corners and having fun in the journey of my patients’ treatment.
In order to become an orthodontist, I first attended Brigham Young University, where I attained my Bachelor of Science degree. I then went on to the Medical College of Virginia, where I graduated with my DDS. While in school, I was a part of the prestigious Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society, and received both the American College of Prosthodontist Award and the American Association of Orthodontist Senior Award. After dental school, I received my Orthodontic Certificate from Pierre Fauchard Academy in the Medical College of Georgia.
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I seek out new continuing education on an annual basis in order to remain at the top of my field. I know my patients deserve the best treatments available, and my continuing education is the best way for me to ensure that they receive exactly that. As a part of my continuing education, I have received advanced training in mini implants for better results in orthodontic treatments. I have also participated in advanced training in soft tissue lasers for an improved cosmetic look to gums after orthodontic treatment.
In the Practice
After nearly sixteen years of practicing orthodontics, I feel it is an honor that people come to me for their orthodontic needs. I sincerely strive to treat each person like family. I love the friendships that I have made with generations of family members, and I love seeing how excited they get over the great changes they see in their smiles!
Our practice is a great place to visit, and our staff has a lot to do with that. Each one of them personally cares about patients, and for that reason we strive to see the patients in a timely manner. We also have great events for our patients! Our annual water slide party at Cowabunga Bay is always a big hit with our patients. We rent the park and have a private party for our friends of Watson Orthodontics.
Family and Community
I grew up in Sandy, Utah and truly enjoy living in Bluffdale. My wife Nicole and I have three daughters named Ellery, Kennedy, and Tessa. We also have two cats, Angel and Mixer, and a french bull dog named Louie. In my spare time, I enjoy fishing, hiking, and riding four wheelers in the beautiful mountains of Utah.
Our community is very important to me, and I love volunteering for various organizations. I am an active participant in the annual bike ride in Logan in support of Multiple Sclerosis research. I am also active in the LDS church and served a mission to NYC where I learned Spanish. Currently I serve as a Board Member of the Utah Association of Orthodontists.
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