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 three children, Grayson (5), Callie (3) and Caitlin (1). They enjoy exploring in and around Knoxville and just grilling on 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.
Dr. Coulter’s advanced training:
- 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 currently serves as adjunct faculty within the Department of General Dentistry at UT Medical Center.
Dr. Coulter has earned over 800 hours continuing education (CE) hours. In 2017 he was awarded Fellowship status in the Academy of General Dentistry. This designation follows one of the most rigorous continuing dental education programs today.
Membership in the following dental organizations:
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
- Tennessee Dental Association
- Academy of Osseointegration
- Second District Dental Association
- International Association for Dental Traumatology
Meet the Team
Leslie is a Knoxville native and a huge Tennessee Vols fan. Her husband Chris and dog Daisy are her favorite things in the world. Leslie has been a dental hygienist since 2015 and has a passion for making teeth shine bright like diamonds. She loves the satisfaction of making people proud of their smile.
We asked Leslie, who is your favorite NFL team?
Her answer, the New Orleans Saints – shoutout to Alvin Kamara!
No one cares about your teeth more than this all-star hygienist. She works hard to get the gunk off your teeth and keep your gums healthy. Got some coffee stain on your teeth? She will get those pearly whites sparkling again!
Forrest was born and raised in South Knoxville and returned after graduating from East Tennessee State University. The only place you’ll see Forrest sitting is at work because she is always on the go! She’s loves an excuse for quick weekend trips and visiting new places. Her favorite people in the world are her sisters… except when they steal her clothes 😉
We asked her, what is something you want to relive?
Her answer, skydiving!
Meet Kailea! You’ll find her by Dr. Coulter’s side, keeping you comfortable during your dental visits. People matter to Kailea. When she isn’t helping our patients, Kailea is loving on her special-ed friends while teaching them dance class.
Kailea is from Knoxville and went to Gibbs, where ironically she won Best Smile 🙂 Her cat Ernie is a real goofball and keeps her laughing. When we asked about one of her favorite life experiences she said “Studying abroad in France for a month!”.
Katie was born and raised in Knoxville, moved away for a bit after college, and now she’s back home where she’s happiest – close to family. And we mean REALLY close. Katie lives on 4 acres of land where her dad, sister, aunt, uncle, great aunt and uncle, AND grandparents live!
She is a lover of sweets, but don’t worry, she always brushes and flosses! No cavities for this girl.
We asked Katie her guilty pleasure:
Real Housewives. Any season. Any city.
They say with every great man is a great woman and Dr. Coulter couldn’t work without Lauren. Your comfort is her priority and she works hard to ensure that you have a positive experience in the dental chair.
Lauren is a West Knoxville native and she wouldn’t have it any other way. When she’s not at work you can find her on the lake with friends or hanging around Rocky Hill. All she needs in life is her black lab Allie, a cold beer, her family, and a chair by the water. ? Make every season summer!
We asked her, what’s one thing you would change about the world?
Her answer, make every season summer!
Why would you leave the financial sector to work in a dental office? In short, because we’re awesome! Rebecca brings a money mind to our dental office. She works hard to get the most out our your insurance benefits and ensure that you have a full understanding of your treatment plan.
Rebecca is from Strawberry Plains and graduated from East Tennessee State University. She has two dogs, Stella and Blossom, whom she loves walking at the park. Going on weekend trips and to country concerts are some of her favorite things to do. In the fall and spring you can find her hunting with her dad in the woods… or will you? Her nephew has her heart and she loves watching him grow.
We asked her, what item would you splurge on if you won the lottery?
Her answer, a beach house in Charleston!
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!