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ABOUT

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Andrew C. Johnson

DDS  MDS  CDT  FACP 

Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics
Fellow, American College of Prosthodontists
Member, American Academy of Restorative Dentistry

Surgical Prosthodontist

3333 Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Suite 140
Rogers, AR 72758

Adjunct Clinical Professor

UTHSC Advanced Prosthodontics
875 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN 38163

Dr. Andrew C. Johnson completed his general dental (2010) and prosthodontic training (2013) at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and now practices in Northwest Arkansas.  Along with his specialist certificate, Dr. Johnson earned a master’s degree in dental science researching CAD/CAM restorative techniques and emerging digital dental materials. He maintains certifications by both the American Board of Prosthodontics and the National Board for Dental Laboratory Technology, and serves as adjunct faculty with the UTHSC Advanced Prosthodontics Program.  Dr. Johnson has been published in multiple dental journals and lectures internationally on a variety of technological developments in dentistry.   He consults for a wide range of dental clinicians, suppliers, manufacturers, and developers on topics ranging from three-dimensional imaging and virtual treatment planning to computer-guided and robotic surgery as well as digital prosthesis design, production and long-term complication management.  However, his broader professional interests include process scaling, provider calibration, and workflow disruption.

 

 

 

 

I’m a surgically-minded prosthodontist with a passion for dental technology related to digital planning, processes, communication, workflows, and case management. In clinical practice, I focus on interdisciplinary coordination of high level, complex care by merging the best traditional methods with cutting-edge computer technology.

Continually integrating technology in our practices IS our reality. I have seen dentistry change more in the last five years than it has in the last fifty, and with that I feel compelled to assist the technological uptake.

Like many of you I am equally excited as I am nervous about the revolutionary changes on the horizon. The impact some of these technologies will have on our profession is simply amazing, however the pace of change is daunting and also like me, many dentists worry about their ability to keep up. Part of the issue is understanding the difference between what is visionary and what is valuable…but more importantly, what is both.

I have dedicated the last ten years of my life to adapting my dentistry to the ever-arriving future. I like to teach. I like to learn. I like to create. I like to innovate. I enjoy documenting and showcasing my work. I enjoy demonstrating and educating. And while I like to think these efforts add value to my patients, peers, and the profession at large, in order to truly impact dentistry in a real way, in real time, OmniSmile is here to expand my availability and my effect.

No matter where you are on the technology curve, not matter where you practice or how, The OmniSmile team can offer as much support as you need to work smarter, better, and faster for more results, more revenue, and more reward.

Whether you are a clinician looking for a simple clinic tip, or software tutorial, or an ongoing relationship with direct clinical mentoring on your cases, or if you are a dental technology company in search of beta testing, advisory panel services, educational marketing, etc., let’s talk about how OmniSmile can leverage our resources, our experience, our connections, our knowledge in achieving your goals.

Together we can make your future smile!

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