Dr. Adam Carter was born and raised in East Texas. Dentistry comes naturally to Dr. Carter thanks in part to the strong scientific roots of his family. His father and brother are both orthopedic surgeons, and his grandfather led the three-man team that invented the world’s first radioisotope scanner which is still being used today to treat thyroid cancer. During his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University, Dr. Carter was invited to join a medical mission to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. It was on this expedition where he first learned of the potential life-changing positive effects of dental surgery.
Dr. Carter chose the University of Texas School of Dentistry in Houston for his graduate degree in dental surgery and has since completed over 200 hours of continuing education in implant surgery and prosthetics. He is currently an active instructor for an Advanced Implant Education course here in Austin.
Dr. Carter’s wife Bethany is also a practicing dentist in Austin. The Carter’s love spending their time outdoors hiking, camping, and enjoying the beautiful Hill Country with their three dogs. They are expecting their first child soon and are looking forward to raising her in this wonderful town.