Meet Dr. Weber

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Dr. Chris Weber learned the importance of maintaining a beautiful, healthy smile along with the kindness and compassion that should always accompany exceptional dentistry.   This was gained at an early age because both of his parents are dentists.

After graduating high school, he was admitted to the esteemed pre-dental program at the University of the Pacific. He excelled both in and out of the classroom throughout college as a Division I swimmer and honors student with the Tau Kappa Omega Honor Society. As an accelerated pre-dental student, he was able to earn both a bachelor’s and Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in just six years.

Continuing his education and understanding of the latest trends in dentistry remains important to Dr. Weber. He is active in the Spear Study Club, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the local Rotary Club, the American Dental Association, the Tennessee Dental Association, the Nashville Dental Society, and the Music City Dental Club. He is also a certified Invisalign provider with a special interest in aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, patient education, and helping people to better understand the importance of the oral/overall health connection.

Outside of the office and away from dentistry, Dr. Weber enjoys hiking, camping, backpacking, fishing, exercise, and woodworking. He also likes relaxing with family, his wife Katelyn, and Roxy, their golden retriever.


Meet Dr. Reynolds

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Dr. Reynolds is a native of the area and has been in private practice in Williamson County since 1981. During his training at the University of Tennessee, Dr. Reynolds’ exemplary scholarship was recognized by the Certificate of Honor and inclusion in the Dean Honorary Society.

To realize his goal of providing his patients the best that dentistry has to offer, Dr. Reynolds averages annually over 130 hours of continuing education – though minimum licensure requirements are only 20 hours per year. Part of this advanced training is achieved through The Pankey Institute, one of the country’s premier centers for post-graduate dental education, where he is also a lead faculty member.

Dr. Reynolds is certified by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and will soon be taking on the role of President of the AACD.  The attainment of AACD Accreditation requires completion of a rigorous program and clinical evaluation by the Academy’s Credentialing Committee. Dr. Reynolds speaks and teaches both locally and nationally about Comprehensive Cosmetic Dentistry and Digital Photography. He is also past president and a current board member of the Nashville Dental Society and the Tennessee Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. 

Dr. Reynolds is married to Kathy Baker of Columbia and they have three children, Maegan, John and Baker, and three grandchildren, Isabella, Makayla, and Cooper.