“I feel fortunate to be a part of the great profession of orthodontics and honored to be chosen by my patients. I love what I do! It is rewarding to know that our work improves people’s health, confidence, and self-esteem for a lifetime.” — Dr. Frazier
A native of Wisconsin, Dr. Frazier attended Marquette University, where he earned both his Doctorate of Dental Surgery and Master of Science in orthodontics. He has been in private practice since 1981.
Dr. Frazier has recently served as president of the Wisconsin Society of Orthodontists. He is a founding member of the St. Vincent Hospital Cleft Palate Clinic. A lifetime member of the Northeastern Wisconsin Orthodontic Study Club, Dr. Frazier meets regularly with colleagues for study and review of challenging cases. He is most interested in orthodontic techniques that are intended to achieve the best facial balance, because he believes aesthetics and function go hand in hand.
His continuing education and professional affiliations include membership in the American Dental Association, the American Association of Orthodontists, the Brown Door Kewaunee Dental Society, and the American Cleft Palate Association.
Raising a family in Green Bay has provided wonderful opportunities for community engagement. He has enjoyed coaching girls’ softball and youth soccer, served as a member of the Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors, and helped raise awareness and funding for the Cerebral Palsy Center of Green Bay.
Dr. Frazier and his wife Alison have two grown daughters. Both are medical professionals who work in teaching hospitals. In his free time, Dr. Frazier enjoys outdoor recreation, biking, golf, cross-country skiing, and Packer football.