Dr. Michael Fooshée

Dr. Michael Fooshée comes from a family of dentists, and has spent the last 11 years working in a wide range of dental business models to help him fully understand the needs of today’s dental patients and the different ways to serve them. His breadth of experiences in dentistry and his desire to better serve patients is what led him to develop and launch DFW’s first direct-to-consumer mobile dental model, New Avenue Dentistry, in January of 2017. He took his experience from boutique private practice and replicated this in a more convenient manner for busy employees, and rapidly grew New Avenue Dentistry to a large list of Fortune 500 clients including American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Frito-Lay, Keurig Dr. Pepper, and many more.

Dr. David Bernath

Dr. David Bernath grew up in Ft. Wayne, Indiana and attended college at Indiana University. He went on to attend dental school at Indiana University School of Dentistry, completing his degree in 2005. After this, he continued his training at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Studies, earning Fellowship status in 2008. He started his career when he and his wife moved to Phoenix, AZ in 2005 where he was a practice owner, and taught dentistry at Midwestern University School of Dentistry. He and his wife relocated from Phoenix to Dallas with their two boys in 2016, after the American Airlines merger with US Airways.

“Outside of the office, I like to consider myself Mr. Mom. I love my two boys and want to be the best father I can be to them. I coach many of their sports teams and enjoy teaching children sports as much as I enjoy sharing what I have learned in dentistry. My family also loves to travel and we do so often. In my personal spare time, which is limited, I love to build things as a weekend warrior craftsman and handyman. I also enjoy the challenge of trying to golf, which is always a work in progress. I would love the opportunity to know you better and appreciate the trust it takes to do so. I promise I will not break that trust.”