Meet Dr. Todd Bennett
Change Your Smile, Change Your Life
People list a great smile as one of the Top 5 things that can make you more successful personally and professionally.
Straight, correctly positioned teeth look beautiful, make other people feel comfortable and let your confidence shine.
Every day, we see our patients transform: people move from feeling self-conscious due to crooked teeth, to gaining self-esteem and eagerly engaging with others.
By the time we’re finished, you'll feel happier, healthier, and have a smile they’ll love all your life.
- Undergraduate Studies – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Doctorate of Dental Surgery – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Orthodontic Residency – University of Connecticut Health Sciences Center
Dr. Bennett believes you deserve the highest level of care, so he regularly pursues many opportunities to continually learn.
On top of attending numerous conferences and lectures, he participates in a wide variety of online training courses.
Dr. Todd Bennett stays at the forefront of new orthodontic technologies and treatments. He carefully assesses each before incorporating it into the care at Bennett Orthodontics.
He knows that by staying current on developments and studying with the leading researchers and practitioners, he’s able to deliver the exceptional care you want.
- American Association of Orthodontists
- American Dental Association
- Alabama Association of Orthodontists
- Alabama Dental Association
- Southern Association of Orthodontists
Helping others makes our community stronger. Dr. Bennett believes a great education can make all the difference in the world for young people and their future success.
He’s honored to be a Partner in Education with several local schools and has been named Partner in Education of the Year several times.
He also participates in the nationally-recognized Smiles Change Lives program, providing orthodontic treatment to children in need.
Outside the Office
Originally from Knoxville, Dr. Bennett has called Mobile his home for many years. He and his wife Shannon have three sons and several dogs. When he’s not caring for patients, Dr. Bennett’s usually with his family.