Dr. Andrew Brouillette grew up in Benton, La, graduating with honors from Benton High School in 2006. Dr B continued his education at Louisiana State University in Shreveport, while also earning an athletic baseball scholarship. He was the starting catcher for the Pilots for 4 years, earning 1st team All-American honors in 2009 after batting .455, with 21 home runs, and 100 RBIs for the season. Dr. Brouillette still holds nearly every hitting record at LSUS including career homeruns (49) and games played (238), amongst many others. Dr. Brouillette was an inaugural inductee to the LSUS athletic Hall of Fame. Dr. B graduated from LSUS in 2011 with a degree in cell and molecular biology. In 2018, he earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from Louisiana State University School of Dentistry in New Orleans, graduating near the top of his class.
Dr. Brouillette is happily married to his wife Jeannie Ruth, an ER physician at Ochsner LSU Shreveport. Together they have two sons, John Ross (7) and Bohman (3). Dr. Brouillette practices all aspects of general dentistry including implant placement, oral surgery, and advanced endodontics. The opportunities of building relationships with patients and the ability to care for their needs is what Dr. Brouillette enjoys the most about practicing dentistry.