Dr. Cory Glenn graduated from Arkansas State University in 2004 and from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in 2008. Following graduation, he went on to complete the Lutheran Medical Center’s advanced education in general dentistry residency at UT Memphis. He is a continuing education “junkie” and a graduate of the Georgia MaxiCourse in Implant Dentistry, the American Orthodontic Society Comprehensive Ortho Program, and is credentialed as an Associate Fellow in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He has served as the CE director for the TN AGD and as president and CE director of the Middle TN Dental Study Club. For several years, Dr. Glenn ran a private practice in Winchester, TN where he performed all disciplines of dentistry with a particular focus on utilizing technology and innovative techniques to make comprehensive treatment more accessible to his patients. In late 2015, he was diagnosed with APL leukemia and spent 8 months doing chemotherapy achieving complete remission. However, due to ongoing back problems following treatment, he has since retired from clinical practice and now focuses entirely on dental technology and teaching.
He is the Director of Clinical Technology for Blue Sky Bio where he works in product and software development as well as clinical customer support. As an educator, he teaches nationally and internationally over 200 hours a year on the topics of guided surgery, CAD/CAM, cone beam technology, dental photography, digital smile design, digital dentures, and complex full mouth rehabilitation. In addition, he has authored or co-authored numerous articles on a variety of dental topics. Dr. Glenn and his beautiful wife Amanda have 3 girls, Allie, Audrey, and Leah. He also has 2 dogs, a cat, a mule, 2 goats, and a large flock of chickens, ducks, and quail. He enjoys spending time with his family on the lake and farm, hunting, fishing, photography, gardening, and also enjoys playing guitar, bass, and piano.
Dr. Ben Kellum grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi. After graduating from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN, he went on to get his Doctorate in Dental Surgery from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Kellum completed a 1 Year AEGD residency program in Pocatello, Idaho focused on comprehensive implant planning and treatment. Dr. Kellum spent several years in private practice at a full arch denture and implant clinic and then transitioned full-time to Program Director of The Foundry Dental AEGD residency Program in Birmingham Alabama.
The Foundry Dental Clinic is a Christian-based community clinic, where Dr. Kellum was able to use his background in full-arch implant surgery and restoration to give those going through drug recovery access to more ideal treatment options. Dr. Kellum is married to his wife Rachel, with 3 children (Nora, Amos, and Lucy). Dr. Kellum enjoys traveling with his family and playing with his kids in his free time
Dr. Bryan Kariya grew up in Kaysville, UT and attended Brigham Young University for undergraduate studies, where he was a running back on the football team from 2008-2011. Following undergrad, he attended the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry for his dental training. Upon graduation, Dr. Kariya worked in private practice in Nevada, Utah, and Oklahoma where he gained a variety of experience and found a passion for digital dentistry.
Driven to increase his experience and knowledge of implant dentistry, Dr. Kariya completed a one year AEGD residency in Birmingham, AL that primarily focused on implants and related prosthodontics. Dr. Kariya is married to his high school sweetheart, Sam, and has three daughters, Goldie, Poppy, and Birdie.