Dr. Brandon O’Donnell is honored to have earned his Fellowship in the AGD as well as the ICOI, to be viewed as an authority in the field of dentistry and to be given the opportunities to teach and lecture on the benefits to patients and doctors on the daily use of CEREC, CBCT, 3D Printing and Dental Implants. The “future of dentistry truly is now”.

He firmly believes that when it comes to a patient’s smile, there should be zero shortcuts. Don’t just settle for the practice down the street that uses decades old technology and outdated equipment. He has invested in Alabama Smile Design to offer patients the most advanced,  state of the art technology the market has to offer. This technology provides many benefits to patients including more accurate diagnosis, less invasive treatments and overall better results. Along with Dr. O’Donnell’s skills, technology provides more convenience for a patient with less time taken off work and no time dealing with the hassle of trying to locate another office; everything can be done under one roof at Alabama Smile Design.. It instills a sense of calm knowing that a single doctor and team have been right there with you through all stages of your procedure.


“There are many highlights in my career to this point. Over the last couple of years, I have been given the opportunity to speak and train other professionals on the use of various technologies that I use daily at Alabama Smile Design. I’ve included a couple of shots from a few courses on dental implants, CEREC, the digital workflow and how it provides patients a seamless restorative process.” 

– Dr. Brandon O’Donnell 

Dental Implant & CEREC Guide 2 Course


Digital Workflow & CEREC Technology – 2018

3D After Hours 



Dr. Brandon O’Donnell has written multiple articles on various cases that he has had the privilege to complete in his practice. Transforming patients smiles and lives through skilled hands and awesome technology. He takes pride in his work and is passionate about the field; it shines through in all that he does. Have a look…