Weldon Bryant DDS
Dr. Weldon Bryant is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Bryant graduated from Carter-Riverside High School here in Fort Worth. After high school he attended Arlington State University (UTA-Arlington) where he received his bachelors degree. He then received his doctorate of dental surgery from Baylor College of Dentistry (Dallas). That’s about as home grown as you can get!
Dr. Bryant has maintained a long term interest in implant dentistry and cosmetic dentistry, but his practice has always focused on preventive dentistry. Preventing the problems means the patient stops having new occurring problems as much as possible. His practice focuses on the positive side of dentistry, helping people see how good they are doing, not how bad they are doing. A family atmosphere has always been part of his practice. Dr. Bryant selected the “Smile again, Laugh again, Eat again” identifier for this internet site, for that is the focus for the restorative dentistry side of his practice.
Dr. Weldon Bryant is a respected member of the Texas Dental Association, the Fort Worth Dental Society and the American Dental Association. He also participates in other organizations and study groups.
He is a proud member of Aledo Methodist Church, and recently has completed the four year Disciple Bible Study. Every year he participates in medical mission trips to Honduras with the church.
When he is not at the office, he is rarely still. He likes to hunt, fish, play softball, hike, bike, and workout. He also writes poetry and some of poetry has shown up for several events in the Fort Worth area. Dr. Bryant has two children, Kerrie and Marshall.