Jeffrey G. Johnson, DDS, MS
Education and Leadership
“I decided to enter the field of dentistry, specifically orthodontics, because it involves an interesting and challenging combination of biomedical engineering and dental science. In addition, the prospect of being able to enhance patients’ smiles to make a positive difference in their lives- is very rewarding to me.
When I first started practicing in 1996, I made a commitment to provide patients with the highest quality of care possible. I do this by offering leading edge orthodontic advances such as the SureSmile digital orthodontic system, which can help patients achieve straight, beautiful smiles in less time and with fewer office visits. In addition, my staff and I treat every patient with the friendly, unhurried care they deserve. We strive to take the time to explain everything to patients so they are fully informed and confident with their care.” We consider every patient to be an extension of our families. Orthodontics is a wonderful way to make a difference for people through an improvement in their self image and consequently, their self-esteem.”
Dr. Jeff Johnson is blessed with a wonderful wife, Amy (his high school sweetheart), and two children, Maddie (2002) and Dylan (2005). While Orthodontics dominates his time and is one of his passions, spending time with his family is his greatest passion. He finds joy in watching Maddie and Dylan participate in soccer and hockey as well as playing golf, tennis, and traveling.
Education and Leadership
Dr. Johnson attended the University of Iowa attaining a degree in Biomedical Engineering. He was named to the Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society and Alpha Eta Mu Beta National Biomedical Engineering Society.
He received his D.D.S. degree in dentistry at the University of Iowa where he was named to the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society.
Dr. Johnson received his professional education at Baylor College of Dentistry earning a certificate in Orthodontics and an M.S. in Oral Biology.
Dr. Johnson maintains his skills and knowledge through numerous hours of continued education and also works with orthodontic industrial leaders in product development.
He has consistently served as a beta test site and served on the Clinical Advisory Board for Orametrix which developed the SureSmile system. He has also lectured, conducted webinars, and consults online with fellow orthodontists regarding the implementation of and use of Sure Smile.
Dr. Johnson has held leadership roles both professionally and within the community. He has served or is currently serving as President of the Baylor Orthodontic Alumni Association, AAO Council on Orthodontic Practice, and on the Campus Leadership and District Leadership Councils for HPISD.
- American Association of Orthodontists (AAO)
- Southwestern Society of Orthodontists
- Texas Association of Orthodontists
- World Federation of Orthodontists
- American Dental Association
- Texas Dental Association
- Dallas County Dental Society
- American Association of Orthodontists Foundation Regent
- Baylor Orthodontic Alumni Association Past President
- University of Iowa Alumni Association
- Dallas Study Club Charter Member
- Texas Dentists for Healthy Smiles Donated Dental Services Program 2003 to present
- AAO Council on Orthodontics, Chairman
- HPISD Campus Leadership Council
- HPISD District Leadership Council
- Albert P. Westphal Award for Outstanding Table Clinic at Southwest Society of Orthodontists Annual Meeting 1996
- Cliff Wood Memorial Award for Outstanding Young Baylor Orthodontist 2000
- Texas Super Dentist, Texas Monthly 2005 to present
- Ultradent Esthetic Elite 2005
- Orametrix Superior Performance 2004 to present
- Consumer’s Research Council of America’s Top Dentist 2008 to present
- Who’s Who in Executive and Professionals
- D Magazine Best Dentists
- Co-editor of Orthodontics for the Next Millennium –A text dedicated to presenting classic orthodontic principles combined with very progressive thinking and techniques; 1997.
- Author of A Three-Dimensional Analytical Model to Study the Mechanical Reactions of the Human Mandibular.
- Condyle to Normal and Abnormal Loading Using the Finite Element Model – A text applying engineering methods and principles to mathematically study the TMJ; 1998.