Dr. Alex Culberson was born and raised in the good ole state of Georgia. From the peaceful lakes and beaches to the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains, he has grown up with an appreciation for a state that has a great deal to offer. Grateful for his upbringing here, he loves to help those around him by creating beautiful, healthy smiles that last a lifetime. “Dr. C”, as his patients know him, is proud to be the only practicing orthodontist in the Athens/Oconee area with a degree from the University of Georgia.
- Graduated with honors with a B.S. in Biology from the University of Georgia
- Completed dental school at the Dental College of Georgia, graduating #1 in his class while receiving his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree
- Trained at The Ohio State University, where he obtained both a Master’s of Science (MS) in Dentistry and his certificate in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
In order to continue to provide the best possible care for his patients, Dr. Culberson regularly attends continuing education courses and conferences, remaining dedicated to learning and educating others to keep up with latest orthodontic techniques. He also is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, Georgia Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, Georgia Dental Association, Eastern District Dental Society, and Clarke County Dental Society.
Dr. Culberson could not be more excited to be back in the Athens area. He can be found supporting his community with his family and the Classic City Orthodontics’ team. He loves being actively involved in bettering those around him and encourages his patients and neighbors to do the same.
Although it may seem that Dr. Culberson only lives for making beautiful smiles, he is passionate about staying active, especially outdoors. When not in the office, you can find Dr. Culberson spending time with his amazing wife, Elizabeth Anne, and their two dogs. He also enjoys cheering on the Dawgs, playing golf, working out, hunting, woodworking, snowboarding, and backpacking just to name a few.