When their oldest son, David, built a life size trebuchet for his senior project at Wilson Central High School, Dr. Steve and Kathy thought he might be an engineer.
Instead he decided to follow in his Dad’s footsteps and “engineer” people’s smiles. The Fosters had to hop to it to explore ways to expand the dental practice Doc had been operating out of for 26 years. They wanted to offer the best they could for their patients as well as their staff, three of whom have been with them 20 years or more.
The recent ribbon cutting officially opened a facility filled with state of the art technology and an atmosphere the Fosters hope you find comfortable and relaxing. Designed by a dentist in Rhode Island, the equipment is ergonomically designed to make the experience easier for both the dentist and the patient. The rooms offer privacy and seating with heat and massage and an efficient means of delivering the best of care. Additionally, the practice has room to grow for when Zach joins his Dad and brother in a little over a year.
Doc says “Mt. Juliet has been a huge blessing to us giving us a wonderful community to raise our children and providing work and friendships. We want to in turn to be a blessing to this city and those who have supported us as a family and a business over so many years.”