Michelle Brammer, DMD
Dr. Michelle Brammer, originally from Florida, has made the city of Louisville her home since 2002. Her husband, Tom, is the Director of Admissions for the JB Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville. They have two young boys, Tyler and Mason. As a family they enjoy cheering for their favorite sports teams and spending time outdoors. Michelle and Tom enjoy volunteering their time coaching youth softball, baseball, and basketball teams. The entire family is active in their church and enjoys being part of the Louisville community.
Dr. Brammer received her Bachelor’s degree from Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri while playing for the softball team and earning team captain her senior year. Dr. Brammer graduated with her DMD degree from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry in 2006. She completed the two year Orthodontic Residency Program at U of L in 2008. She joined the American Family Orthodontics team in 2009.
Professionally, Dr. Brammer strives to improve her knowledge and skills by attending numerous Continuing Education courses and believes learning is a lifetime endeavor. She is a Member of the American Association of Orthodontists, the Kentucky Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, and the Kentucky Dental Association.
Kristen George, DMD, MS
Dr. Kristen George grew up in Lebanon, Kentucky. She attended Bellarmine University and discovered her passion for dentistry while doing service work with Hearts in Motion in Guatemala as an undergraduate student. The University of Louisville School of Dentistry is where she earned her dental degree. While in dental school, she was the student body president. She was also involved in various projects for community outreach providing care in underserved areas of Kentucky. Dr. George was the winner of the Dentsply student research award with her project evaluating the effects of orthodontics on endodontically treated teeth and was inducted into the prestigious Omicron Kappa Upsilon honors fraternity. Dr. George studied orthodontics at the University of Kentucky and earned her certificate of orthdodontics and masters degree with her graduate thesis entitled “Evaluation of CYP19A1 single nucleotide polymorphism in white sagittal facial growth during puberty”.
Dr. George is married to her middle school sweetheart, Charles, and they have three beautiful children. She is involved with her church serving as a cantor and parent volunteer at St. Margaret Mary.