One thing you don’t expect when visiting your Orthodontist is to be able to hear fun stories about Mission Control at NASA, but if you ask Dr. Chad Fowler, he will have a few from his time there. A Texas transplant, Dr. Fowler first came to Tennessee by way of Vanderbilt University where he earned his Biomedical Engineering degree and met his wife. Happily rooted in Franklin with the thriving Fowler Orthodontics, the ever positive doctor has given us five things that he’s thankful for:
1. His wife, Mary
She helps with the business and is encouraging day to day and beyond. She’s a main component of his positive spirit. “My rock,” as Dr. Fowler refers to her.
Daughters Claiborne and Macon work in the office in the summer and have their mother’s same helpful and supportive spirit.
3. Patients (and their families)
Patients are the “crown jewel” of his practice. Dr. Fowler’s favorite part of orthodontia is the relationships he has with his patients and their families; seeing them often allows Dr. Fowler and his team to celebrate and support patients through many life events.
4. The Fowler Orthodontics Team
“Invaluable” they are “like family” and take their jobs seriously. Beyond care in the practice, they take their “amazingly positive” attitudes into the outside world.
5. Community of Williamson County and Franklin
Fowler Orthodontics is paying the generosity of their community forward. Seeking to also make an impact on others, they give back to sports and school teams and most notably support New Hope Academy.
Article by Ashley Hutcheson
Originally published in Franklin Lifestyle