I am a firm believer that a pediatric dentist’s job is to help children achieve the best dental health possible through treatment that’s free of pain and tears. There is no reason that any dental treatment should be a fearful or scary experience. Before we even touch a tooth, my number-one goal is always to provide a positive dental experience. By doing this, we find that even our most reluctant patients are soon the ones that cannot wait to come back.
Educated and Committed to Your Comfort
I received my bachelor’s degree in microbiology at the University of Georgia and have been a Big Dawg fan ever since. I attended the Medical College of Georgia’s dental school, which is also where I served my pediatric dental residency.
Throughout my entire education, I learned to value the comfort of my patients and their families. I am especially sensitive to my patients with special needs, and I am involved with patients and community organizations that focus on people with conditions such as autism and childhood cancers.
A Fear-Free Zone
I love the energy children bring with them and their creative views on the world. I am constantly amazed by how smart they are and how brave they can be. One of my goals in each treatment is helping to build a patient’s confidence.
In my office, every effort is made to make this a positive experience. We provide a relaxed environment, and my team members, who have been with me from day one, are dedicated to making your time with us comfortable.
The greatest joy I can experience is getting anxious patients through a procedure that they themselves didn’t believe could be so easy. The surprise and joy on their faces give the entire office a great deal of satisfaction.
Happy in Georgia
As a native of Marietta, I have always enjoyed living here. My wife Ashley is a general dentist in Suwanee, and we have three young boys. I also enjoy spending time with family, running, traveling, and watching Georgia football.