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855 Juniper Street NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30308 US
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5 out of 5 stars Teeth Whitening

Outstanding treatment

Outstanding - medical know how, complimented with critical thinking and a caring manner. Dr. Soulimioti undertook my Invisign treatment, the results were excellent. I have and will continue to highly recommended him to all.

5 out of 5 stars Dental Bonding

Top Dentist

Dr. Andrew Soulimiotis has been my dentist since arriving in Atlanta in 2005. During my corporate career, I've lived in many different cities and had many different dentist. Dr. Andrew is the best I've had. His knowledge, artistry, advice and "recliner side manner" are excellent. I haven't had many dental issues but he bonded a gap in my front teeth in 2005 and it's still strong as ever. I...

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  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS in Biology, North Georgia College
    Dental: DMD, The Medical College of Georgia in Augusta

  • Post-Medical School Training

    Fellow Academy of General Dentistry
    The Nash Institute
    Dental Sleep Apnea Treatment Certified
    Invisalign Certified

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My new bridge pontiff became detached from the back molar tooth. (photo)

I agree with the previous reply. Unfortunately once the bridge breaks, there is nothing that can be done in the mouth. The entire bridge will need... READ MORE

What Toothpaste Should I Use for Sensitive Teeth and Get Rid of Brown Stains? (photo)

First off, I am not sure why you have 2 pictures of 2 different sets of teeth on your submitted images. But from the looks of things, you have a lot... READ MORE

I Have Spacing Issues, as Well as Periodontal Disease. Is Comestic Treatment Right for Me?

I consider the gums the foundation for your mouth. It must be healthy before any major work being done. Otherwise you compromise not only the result... READ MORE

What Do You Recommend To Correct My Smile? (photo)

From just these pictures, it looks like you would benefit from a gum lift. Depending on how close the bone is to the surface of the gums will... READ MORE

Two Recently Crowned Teeth Need Root Canals?

Without examining the teeth there is no way to properly diagnose your problem. Many things can cause the symptoms you are describing. If it is only a... READ MORE

How can I fill the gaps between all teeth, so that food doesn't get stuck? (Photo)

From your photo it looks like your biggest concern is the malposition of your teeth. You seem to have spacing and crowding issues with some teeth... READ MORE

What Are my Options Besides Traditional Braces? (16 Year Old Girl)

Like the previous doctors, without visually seeing how the teeth line up, the bite, and position of the jaws, a true treatment option could not be... READ MORE

My teeth needfixed, but dentists disagree OR push veneers? (Photos)

Your issues seem to be your front 2 teeth being a little more forward than the others, giving the sense that they are much bigger. It may be possible... READ MORE

Options to Save Cracked Teeth?

A cracked tooth syndrome can fall into one of 3 categories. If the crack is slight enough and does not enter the nerve chamber and is not down below... READ MORE

Dental Crowns That Are too Small and Dark and Very Painful?

I am sorry to hear you are unhappy. Whenever I do dental work on a patient, especially when it is in the esthetic area, I make absolutely certain the... READ MORE

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