Dr. Scott Coleman’s institutional education and intensive continuing education have elevated him to the top of his field. After graduating first in his class at the University of Texas Dental Branch in 1984, he entered private practice in his hometown of Houston. He currently serves as a clinical adjunct professor at the UT Health Science Center at Houston School of Dentistry. His expertise and proficiency in cosmetic and restorative dentistry have created demand for him not only in the dental office but on the national and international lecture circuit as well. Dr. Coleman has written articles on dental techniques that have been published in trade journals, and he is a certified Cerec trainer.
He holds Fellowships and Masterships in numerous professional academies of dentistry, and has served on the board of directors of many of those organizations, including past president of the Academy of General Dentistry. He is also a member of the Sam Houston Area Council board of directors for the Boy Scouts of America, and a governor-appointed member of the Board of Regents at Stephen F. Austin State University, his alma mater.
When he is not treating patients or cleaning his pool, Dr. Coleman spends his free time training for or competing in Run Disney half-marathons with his three grown children. He is also an avid upland bird hunter and college basketball fan.
Dr. Coleman, is a paid consultant for KaVo Kerr. The opinions expressed in this course are those of Dr. Coleman. KaVo Kerr is a medical device manufacturer and does not dispense medical advice. Clinicians should use their own professional judgement in treating their patients