Dr. Jackson Hall, DDS
I was born in Brentwood and grew up here until moving to Franklin during grade school. After high school, I enrolled in college but ultimately decided to serve my country in the United States Navy. After serving one tour, I started on the path to become a dentist, graduating from Middle Tennessee State University, and then receiving my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in Memphis.
Dentistry was something that I always had a passion for. My grandfather and father were both dentists and served the Nashville community since the 1920s. Growing up, I spent many hours at my dad’s dental practice and loved seeing the relationships he had with generations of families, often seeing his patient’s children and even grandchildren. What resonated with me most was seeing the joy on his patients’ faces after their appointments…leaving with a sense of confidence and comfort in their oral health and smile. I am humbled and blessed to have the opportunity to be a third-generation dentist in the beautiful community where I grew up, and to serve alongside a multi-generational family of dentists at Sullivan Dental Partners.
I thoroughly enjoy all aspects of dentistry and constantly work to stay informed on the newest proven methods and materials. I have continued my education since becoming a dentist by attending advanced courses in many aspects of dentistry, such as CEREC same day restorations, digital dentistry, dental sleep medicine to treat Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea, and endodontic training for root canals. I am a member of the American Dental Association, the Tennessee Dental Association, and the Nashville Dental Society.
I am married to the most amazing woman I know and we have a son who lights up our world. When my wife and I are not working, you can find us spending time together outdoors, reading books, doing anything we can on the water, or enjoying sports together. We thank God for the opportunities that he has provided us and work to improve our relationships with each other, God, and our savior Jesus Christ.
Thank you for the opportunity to be your dentist and I look forward to seeing you!