William C. Fulcher, D.D.S. was born at Williams Air Force Base in Mesa, AZ. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 2009 and has enjoyed being partners in multiple dental offices. He has extensive training in implants, wisdom teeth removal, braces, root canals, and all other aspects of general dentistry. Because of his vast experience in all aspects of dentistry, he wanted to share his knowledge by teaching at National Education Institutes for the My Dental Assisting Institute program.
Ever since his time at Arizona State University, he realized his passion for teaching. He was hired by the Athletic Department to tutor athletes in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Math. He also started his own test prep courses and private tutoring sessions in the same subjects.
After scoring in the top 10% in the nation on the DAT (Dental Admissions Test), he was hired by Kaplan University to teach the Test Prep Courses. There, he taught General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Math, Reading, and the Perceptual Abilities Test.
While at Oklahoma... Boomer Sooner!!!... he continued his love for teaching by giving Continuing Education lectures to practicing dentists. In 2009, he was awarded the Edwin L. Wilson, Jr. award which recognizes dentists who exemplify compassion, dedication, and enthusiasm in the field of dentistry.