Dr. Brett McCown spent his youth in Victoria, Texas, and is a graduate of St. Joseph’s High School. In 1998 he graduated summa cum laude from Texas Lutheran University with degrees in biology and Spanish. Following a brief career in the biomedical field, he returned to school to pursue dentistry and earned his DDS degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School in 2007.
From 2007 to 2010, Dr. McCown practiced dentistry with Columbia VCH in Wenatchee, Washington. Dr. McCown later joined Tier One Dental in December of 2010. He speaks fluent Spanish, which quickly puts our Spanish-speaking patients at ease. He is skilled in implant dentistry, restorative dentistry, dentures and oral surgery. Outside the office, Dr. McCown enjoys spending time with his two daughters. Other favorite activities include hunting, fishing and cooking on the barbeque pit.
Dr. Jacob Johnson is a graduate of the University of Texas Dental School in Houston. Dr. Johnson is proud of his profession and takes pride in delivering detailed and conscientious care, helping a patient improve their smile which in turn can be life-changing. Dr. Johnson enjoys all areas of dentistry including pediatric, restorative, crowns, implants and dentures.
He grew up just outside of Houston where he developed a love of sports and the outdoors. Some of his favorite activities include hunting, fishing and camping. He enjoys meeting new people and being involved in his church. In 2016 he and his wife made two big decisions. The first was to make Seguin Texas their home and the second was the choice to start his dental career at Tier One Dental. Dr. Johnson and his wife Jessie have three children and one frisky cat that keep them busy.
Dr. Sam Henry is a true Seguinite. He is a graduate of Seguin High School, Texas Lutheran University and the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School. Dr. Henry spent the last 38 years building what is now known as Tier One Dental. He developed Tier One Dental on the philosophy of “treating patients like family” and “do what is right so you sleep at night.” The time has come time to take off the gloves and mask and set down the mirror. Dr. Henry is changing his role to an administrator. We are grateful for the time, experience and knowledge he has shared. Read his letter to learn more.