Dr. Brian O. Coleman, D.M.D., P.A.
For nearly three decades in Central Florida, Dr. Brian O. Coleman has seen his practice grow exponentially the good old fashioned way – through satisfied patients who have referred family members and friends.
He and his experienced staff offer the latest in comprehensive dentistry in a state-of-the-art facility. In addition to preventative care, the office provides quality aesthetic, implant, and reconstructive dentistry for all ages.
“I’m now witnessing multiple generations of families in our office – grandparents, parents, and their children,” Dr. Coleman said. “That’s the greatest compliment in our profession and practice.”
About Dr. Brian O. Coleman
Involved in all facets of dental healthcare, Dr. Coleman places special emphasis on disease prevention for patients of all ages.
The Chicago native earned a doctorate in dental medicine at Southern Illinois University and completed residency training at Bethesda Naval Hospital National Capitol Region. A decorated U.S. Navy veteran, Dr. Coleman retired as a Commander in the U.S. Navy Dental Corps.
Community minded, Dr. Coleman volunteers on the boards of many local and national civic and professional organizations. He is past president of both the Dental Society of Greater Orlando and of the Central Florida District Dental Association.
Dr. Coleman is a member of The International College of Dentists and is a Gies Fellow of the American College of Dentists. A Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy, an international honorary dental organization, he also participates in the Central Florida Occlusal Study Club, the local affiliate of the Seattle Study Club.
Our emblem dates back to ancient times and to Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine and healing. His staff entwined with a single snake (known to shed its skin) symbolized rejuvenation, healing and rebirth. His best-known daughter is Hygenia, from whose name came the word "hygiene”. In the background the branches with 32 leaves and 20 berries, represent the number of permanent and primary teeth, respectively. The Greek letter delta resents the "D" in dentistry, and the letter "O" represents "odont" meaning tooth. The background color "purple" or lilac color dates back to the National Association of Dental Faculties in 1897. Dental graduates use the color purple in their gowns and caps; and it can be found in many other dental publications. It is a testament to a color becoming associated with the honor of becoming a dentist.