Dr. Spradley established Spradley Orthodontics at our present location back in 1980. With his retirement, I took over his practice in January of 2020 and renamed the practice to Perkins Orthodontics. I am excited to continue the culture and principles he has left behind whilst growing and establishing the practice into my own.
My goal as an orthodontist is to treat people with the utmost care and respect in our family-oriented practice. I want to instill confidence and enhance each individual’s unique smile, tailoring our treatment to their needs. I treat every patient as if they were my own family, and you will frequently hear me say in our consultation: “If this were my son, daughter, mom or dad, this is what I would do.” I believe orthodontics can be for everyone — therefore, it is of most importance to me to bring great orthodontic care in a family-friendly atmosphere, without the feeling that orthodontics is a financial burden.
Education is very important to me — therefore, I continue my education with yearly conferences to the American Association of Orthodontics® and the Saint Louis University Orthodontic Education and Research Foundation (OERF) meetings, as well as monthly meetings with the Fort Worth District Dental Society and Spear Group CE meetings, which all cover the most up-to-date advances in orthodontics as well as dental research and technology.
I am married to my wonderful wife, Aaron Michelle. We have been married for two years and love spending time with one another. She has been with me on this journey ever since I started dental school and continues to help me all along the way. She has the biggest heart and works as a physician assistant in the field of orthopedics. We have two pups, Braxton and Chyster, that are full of energy!
My wife and I are very active and love spending time outdoors with our two dogs. Having played collegiate soccer, I am an avid sports fanatic, particularly for DFW sports teams. On a Sunday, you will find us at church, but after that, we will be watching the Cowboys and grilling out with family and friends. Family is very important to me, and my wife and I spend most of our spare time with family out at the lake or in the country. We are very thankful that the lord blessed us with the opportunity to grow our family and future in Fort Worth!