Glenn Cohen wants to live in a dental world where his patients love their smile almost as much during braces as they do after the brackets have been removed. He wants orthodontics to be done with his patients, not to them; where they are integrated into, not separated from the process. He wants to communicate with and educate his patients so they are involved in the entire transformation. He wants to practice in an environment where being good isn’t good enough; where striving to get better every day is the norm. He wants his patients to be wowed by not only the amazing, life changing results they achieve every day, but also be the outstanding customer service that makes it a pleasure to visit his office every time.
As an orthodontist he’s honored to be considered one of Dallas’s best by D Magazine twice in a row. He’s also very proud of have been invited to be an educator in the orthodontic department at Baylor College of Dentistry; playing an integral part in the development of the next generation of orthodontists. Finally, he’s proud to have worked hard enough to be granted Diplomate status by the American Board of Orthodontics, a distinction less than 25% of orthodontics achieve.
When he’s not fixin’ grills (AKA teeth), you may find him grillin’ fixins (AKA food). He loves to eat so if you want a recommendation for a great place to eat let him know. He’s always been a sports fanatic, growing up playing baseball, tennis, football, and lacrosse (his favorite) and picking up golf as an adult. Of course he loves spending as much time as he can with his amazing wife Staci, growing 2-year-old Stella, and 10-month-old Miles. You can catch him taking his doggies Samson and Marvin on a walk at 5:30 almost every morning (don’t worry he picks up after them).
Besides proving the most outstanding care to his patients every day, his pet project right now is developing a brand new Invisalign teaching curriculum for the orthodontic residents down at Baylor’s Dental School. He’s been collecting all the latest and greatest techniques and tricks and is excited to share what he’s learned with his students.
Please visit the office any time for a cold bottle of water, a warm cup of coffee, or to simply say hello. Learn more about engineering smiles at www.gcsmiles.com.