Dr. Bryce Willcox loves being an orthodontist! He believes in providing the highest quality of orthodontic care in a fun and friendly environment. “I enjoy getting to know each patient and making a change in their life by improving not only their oral health, but their overall self-esteem through orthodontics,” says Dr. Willcox. Find him on Google+!
Dr. Willcox is a native of Oregon: He grew up in The Dalles. He currently resides in Tigard and has lived in the Portland area since 1998. As a youth, he was very active in sports, 4H, and Cub and Boy Scouts; he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout as a member of the Columbia River Council. Having grown up in the Northwest, he has always enjoyed all the outdoors that Oregon has to offer.
Bryce R. Willcox, DMD, MS received his Bachelor of Science in biology from Oregon State University and his dental degree at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), where he graduated with honors as a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Dental Society. He also completed his master’s in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics at OHSU. During his educational career, he was selected for numerous awards and academic scholarships.
He is a Certified and Premier Invisalign® Provider and a member of many prestigious professional organizations, including the American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontists, Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, Oregon State Society of Orthodontists, and Washington County Dental Society. Dr Willcox is the founder of the Advanced Orthodontic Education Study Club.
Dr. Willcox’s wife, Sarah, is a local veterinarian at Sherwood Family Pet Clinic (sherwoodfamilypetclinic.com). She grew up in Scholls and attended Oregon State University for her bachelor’s degree and her veterinary degree. Together, the couple volunteers to benefit animals and have made several trips to Wildlife Safari in Winston, OR, to provide dental care to lions, tigers, and bears — oh my!
On Thanksgiving 2007, the Willcoxes were excited to add their first child, Caden, to the family. The exact same day three years later, they welcomed their second son, Byron. They round out their family with their cats Oreo and Stitch. Together they volunteer their time at local schools, through scouting and support of community activities throughout the year. They enjoy skiing, camping, hiking, and mountain biking, and rarely miss an OSU football game.
And yes, Dr. Willcox did wear braces as a teenager.