By  //  February 21, 2013

Dr. Paul Ouellette

As a teenager, I was interested in science and medicine and their growing involvement in revolutionizing how health was perceived. When I became an orthodontist in 1972, methods for orthodontia were still being refined.

Dr. Paul Ouellette

Since I began practicing orthodontics, technology has evolved in a way that has allowed not only for a more precise treatment, but for a more personal interaction with patients. Because of this, my enthusiasm and desire to continue practicing has intensified. If time would permit, I would want to put off retirement as long as possible to work with my children and watch as our practice advances into the 21st century.

Board Certified Orthodontist

I attended Texas A&M where I earned my undergraduate degree in Biology before continuing on to Loyola University Dental School, receiving my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. I furthered my education at Loyola University, earning a Master of Science degree in Orthodontics. I am a board certified orthodontist and have been practicing in Brevard County for almost 40 years.

Commitment To the Community

I was born in the San Francisco Bay area of California. My family moved east when I was very young. I have lived and worked in Brevard County for more than 30 years. I currently live in Merritt Island with my wife, Patricia, the Boss. We have four children and three cats, Sushi, Sake and Wasabi. When I’m not at the office I enjoy running and walking every day, traveling, surfing the Internet and watching movies.

Dr. Patrick Lane Williams

I am committed to bringing my patients only the most advanced and technologically up-to-date treatments in periodontal surgery, oral surgery, endodontics, and full mouth rehabilitation.

Dr. Patrick Lane Williams

With experience and dedication, each smile I treat is given the unique and individualized care and concern it deserves. In giving my patients a beautiful smile that lasts a lifetime, I strive to provide them the most gentle and effective care available. All of the hard work I have done and continue to do to be the best practitioner I can be is because my patients’ health and happiness is my priority.


I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology and Neurobiology from the University of Connecticut in 1993. Then, in 1997, I went on to the University of Miami to attain a Master of Science degree with honors in Physiology. I began work on my Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of Florida, graduating with honors in 2001. Also at the University of Florida, I completed my Advanced Education training in Endodontics in 2001.

Continuing Education

In order to bring to my patients the best care available, I have completed nearly 1,300 hours of continuing education. I understand how important it is to stay as current as possible in my field so that I can reward each smile with the most advanced dental trends and technologies offered.

Following is a list of courses I have completed and groups I am involved in to ensure my patients nothing but the best care:

  • Advanced Dental Implant Study Group, 2011
  • Advanced Implant Course, 2011
  • Graduate MCG/AAID Maxi Course, E. Mills 2010
  • Academy of General Dentistry Fellowship 2007
  • Laser Periodontal Surgery, LANAP© Licensure 2006
  • University of Florida, Craniofacial Mini Residency 2007
  • International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics 2007
  • Invisalign® certification 2004
  • Las Vegas Institute (Cosmetics, Full Mouth Rehabilitation) 2003-2007

I am also provided many opportunities for continuing education through membership in the following professional organizations:

  • Academy of General Dentistry, Fellow
  • Omicron Kappa Upsilon
  • American Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • International College of Oral Implantology, Fellow
  • Las Vegas Institute
  • Dental XP
  • Global Institute of Dental Education (gIDE)
  • Occlusion Connections

At Home

I was born in Rome, GA, and I have lived in Sussex, NJ and Ellington, CT. I have called the great state of Florida home since 1995. In my time outside the office and away from my continuing education, nothing gives me greater joy than to spend time with my four wonderful children.

Dr. Jason Ouellette

Dentistry has always been, in my mind, associated with home and family. When I was growing up I used to love going to work with my dad on the weekends and pretending to be his assistant.

Dr. Jason Ouellette

Even at the age of five and six I would adorn myself with oversized dental masks and far-too-big sterile gloves as I attempted to play doctor. Little did I know that one day I would grow into my childhood fantasy and become a real doctor.

Originally, I graduated from the University of Georgia with a finance degree but later on I realized the opportunity that was waiting for me in dentistry and ended up taking pre-requisite courses at Georgia State University for Dental School. I was accepted to the University of Pacific school of dentistry in San Francisco, Calinfornia and after just a few days at the school I knew that this was the right field for me.

Today I am currently enrolled at the University of Jacksonville for Orthodontics, truly following in my fathers footsteps. Thirty years later, I am still just as excited to work with my family in the office as I was as a child. I look forward to making our family practice part of your family as well!

Dr. Jonathan Ouellette

At age 10 I began visiting my dad’s office to help out wherever I was needed. I worked with my father for many years into my teens, but it was never really a job to me because I enjoyed it so much. Working at the office lured me into the field of dentistry and showed me the true importance of service to the community.

Dr. Jonathan Ouellette

I attended Full Sail University where I earned my undergraduate degree in Audio/System Engineering. I fell in love with dentistry when I was at dental school in Bogota, Colombia, at the University of Javeriana. My eyes were opened when I worked in the rural mountain villages and orphanages in Bogota through my university.

A huge percent of the population in Colombia needs the care that the students at my university offered, and although we could not help as many people as I desired, the ones we did help made a huge difference. Ultimately, working with the children in the orphanage is what made me want to pursue an education in dentistry.

Our children are the future and by continuing education as adults we can further their education. Learning is the key to growth in all fields, which is why at Dental Specialists we constantly try to supply you with not only the best care, but also with the most technologically advanced procedures.

I have attended the Anatomoge Users Group for 3-D Imaging, the Las Vegas Institute Sleep Breathing Disorders advanced training course, have trained in the use of Incognitoâ„¢ braces, and attended the University of Kentucky Orofacial Pain Fellowship. These are just a few of the many ways I have chosen to continue my education and provide better care for my patients.

I am a native of Brevard County, living in Merritt Island my entire life. In my free time I enjoy jogging and working out and playing golf with my brother and sister. I also love scuba diving and am a certified dive master.