Dr. Brian C. Nett has been practicing orthodontics since 2001.  He grew up in San Diego, CA.  He attended the University of California, San Diego where he excelled academically and graduated magna cum laude.  Dr. Nett received his D.D.S. degree from Columbia University in New York City in 2001 with an emphasis in orthodontics.  He went on to earn his M.S. degree in Dentistry and his certificate in orthodontics in 2003 from the University of Washington in Seattle.  UW is widely regarded as one of the top  three orthodontic programs in the nation.  Dr. Nett trained with some of the most well respected orthodontists in the field.  He continues to attend continuing education courses to insure his patients receive the highest quality orthodontic care.

He married Dr. Karan Nett, a pediatric dentist, prior to attending his orthodontic residency.  They have two children, Jackson and Emerson.  He is an active member of the American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontics, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, and a Lifetime member of the Surfrider Foundation.

In February of 2015, Dr. Nett merged his state of the art orthodontic practice with his wife’s Pediatric dental practice in Phoenix, Arizona, specifically in the Happy Valley/Deer Valley area. He brings his wealth of knowledge from his extensive training and private practice experience.  Dr. Karan Nett is a board certified pediatric dentist who provides exceptional dentistry for children.

It is obvious when you enter Dr. Nett’s office that he has a deep love and respect for the ocean.  His passion for quality orthodontic care is equally deep.  Dr. Nett prides himself on providing patients with all of their orthodontic options.  He believes that early treatment should only be utilized when a significant benefit will result.  Studies show that in the majority a cases a single phase of orthodontic care when all the permanent teeth have erupted can result in an ideal finish.  Dr. Nett looks forward to letting you know if orthodontics is right for you.