Meet Dr. Coulter
Dr. John Coulter was born in Knoxville and raised a Vols fan. He met his wife, Ashley Robins Coulter, in elementary school. They began dating while attending high school in Knoxville, and the rest is history. Together, the Coulters have two children, Grayson and Callie. They enjoy exploring in and around Knoxville and just grilling on the their back porch. When it is not football season Dr. Coulter enjoys spending time on the lake or taking a family hike up House Mountain.
Education and Training
Dr. Coulter is committed to his patients and to delivering high quality dental care. In order to provide his patients with the dental care they deserve, Dr. Coulter has completed advanced training in general dentistry. This training has included emphasis in disciplines such as pediatrics, cosmetic dentistry, prosthodontics, endodontics and surgical procedures.
- Four years of undergraduate education at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville
- Four years of dental school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center – Memphis
- One year in a General Practice Residency at the UT Medical Center – Knoxville
- One year as chief resident in the General Practice Residency
- One year Operating Room Fellowship at the UT Medical Center
Dr. Coulter has a published journal article entitled “Management of Traumatic Tooth Injuries in the Dental Office”. He has amassed hundreds of hours of continuing education (CE) hours in all aspects of dentistry. Dr. Coulter is committed to his patient’s well-being and realizes that education and lifelong learning will enable him to provide the highest quality patient care.
Dr. Coulter currently serves as adjunct faculty within the Department of General Dentistry at UT Medical Center.
Member of the following dental organizations:
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
- Tennessee Dental Association
- Academy of Osseointegration
- Second District Dental Association
- International Association for Dental Traumatology
Dr. Coulter credits his love of cooking to mayonnaise. Back in middle school, his mom would always put mayo, which he hated, on all of his school lunches. Finally, he started packing his own lunches, and he got pretty good at it!