J. Brent Copeland, DMD
Dr. Copeland, a native of Anderson, has been practicing dentistry in his hometown for over 30 years.
After graduating from T.L. High School in 1976, Dr. Copeland attended Erskine College where he majored in biology and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1980. He graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine in 1984 with his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. Dr. Copeland has continued practicing dentistry in this same location for more than 30 years.
Dr. Copeland has earned a stellar reputation throughout his career for being a caring, compassionate dentist who genuinely cares about his patients and wants them to have the best treatment they can get. Working in the dental field gives him the ability to combine his love for being around people with his interest in technology.
In conjunction with his keen artistic eye for detail and excellent technical skills, Dr. Copeland’s comprehensive approach focuses on improving every aspect of your smile to provide optimal appearance, function, and comfort through general dentistry, preventive dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry procedures including restoring dental implants with crown and bridge and denture placement (fabrication). He is dedicated to providing the highest quality of dental care with the most up-to-date dental technology, personalized for your individual needs, giving his patients beautiful smiles that improve their quality of life.
Dr. Copeland’s professional memberships and affiliations include:
- Academy of General Dentistry, earned Fellowship
- American Dental Association
- South Carolina Dental Association
- Tri-County Dental Society, Past President
- Anderson Dental Society
- South Carolina Academy of Dental Practice Administration, President Elect
- Appointed to serve on the Review Committee of the South Carolina Department Labor, Licensing and Regulation for the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry
Dr. Copeland and June have a son, Brent Jr., and a daughter and son-in-law, Maisie and Andrew. He has a grandson, Harlan. His family attends First Presbyterian Church, where he is an Elder and Sunday school teacher. He has served as a District 5 Trustee for Anderson Schools. He enjoys sports, exercise and playing bluegrass music.