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Atlanta's Premiere Dental Practice

Convenient to Buckhead and Midtown Atlanta

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Advanced Education & Training

Comprehensive Services

Patient Centered & Personable Approach

Leading Edge Technology & Treatment Options

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Your Smile Matters To Us!

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with no compromises!


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Schedule a consultation or appointment with Dr. Freeman today and experience true passion for the art of dentistry.


There are few dentists that share the passion Dr. Freeman has for Dentistry. Find out more!


Dr. Freeman takes great pride in his continuing education on the latest technologies and advancements in Dentistry.


We focus on your goals as well as your budget when providing you with the best dental care possible!



  • Clear aligners are virtually invisible
  • Smooth and comfortable plastic aligners
  • Aligners are removable for easy cleaning
  • Eat whatever you want

Congratulations Jake!

We’re so excited to hear that our patient, Jake “The Snake” Roberts has been selected as an inductee for the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame!  Watch his on the WWE Network on April 5th, 2014!





"Believe it or not, I was terrified of the dentist for my entire life. Dr. Freeman was a critical part of my comeback in 2013... I neglected my teeth for my entire life and because of him I'm no longer afraid to visit the dentist. My smile will be seen by millions on April 5th, 2014 when I get inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame. Thank You!"

Jake "The Snake" Roberts

"I was welcomed when I arrived, spoken to by all the staff that walked through the door, given an explanation of everything being done. I was very much satisfied with my visit. I have referred 3 people there since my visit yesterday. I hope they call and make an appt. Thank you for such a great visit."

N. Hammond

"I have had many dental experiences in many different practices through the years. The staff and Dr. Freeman have been the best experience by far. The staff are courteous and friendly. Dr. Freeman not only discusses care needs, but also share options."

M. Douglass

"I have been a patient at this office for many years. The staff and Dr. Freeman are so nice and welcoming. Recently I had a new crown inserted and, normally, it takes two trips (one trip for the fitting and inserting a temporary crown, and one trip to insert the new crown). Dr. Freeman was able to fit a new crown in one visit. I like the fact that the office has the latest equipment. That's awesome!"

S. Allen

"Great facilities with all the latest technology, courteous, professional staff and very service oriented (appointment reminders, follow-up calls, etc.). Appointment always start on time and procedures are thorough and quick (but not rushed). Complimentary parking too!"

B. Blasingame

"Please accept my gratitude for your forthright guidance regarding my long term dental care. I have always been displeased with my teeth, and really enjoyed your candor in regard to my dental options."

D. Miller

"Our new dentist in Denver, CO was very impressed in the quality of your work. He said:" If I lived near Atlanta, this guy would be my dentist". Both he and his hygienist complimented your work in my mouth and in my wife’s mouth. It is unusual to get a second opinion on a dentists work, in my experience. Thanks for doing such good work!"

B. Clayton
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5 ways green tea is good for your oral health

Green tea may well be a treat for your taste buds. But new research is suggesting that it benefits the rest of your oral cavity as well. Green tea contains compounds that appear to control inflammation and fight bacterial infection. This drink is also rich in antioxidants, which have many health properties.

What does that mean for your mouth? Here are five reasons why green tea may be good for your oral health.

1. Cavity prevention
Because green tea controls bacteria and lowers the acidity of saliva and dental plaque, it may be a useful tool in preventing cavities. A recent Egypt-based study tested people before and after they gave their mouths a five-minute rinse with green tea. The test subjects had less bacteria and acid in their mouths, as well as reduced gum bleeding. Other research has found that drinking green tea shows promise when it comes to preventing tooth decay.

2. Gum health
Green tea’s anti-inflammatory powers seem to help control periodontal (gum) disease. A Japanese survey of almost 1,000 men found that those who drank green tea regularly had healthier gums than those who didn’t. A German study found similar positive results in people who were asked to chew candies containing green-tea extracts.

3. Less tooth loss
It makes sense that a substance that helps prevent cavities and gum disease will help you keep your teeth. But in case you need proof, here it is: Japanese research published in 2010 reported that men and women who drink one or more cups of green tea a day were more likely to hold on to their natural teeth.

4. Cancer control
The antioxidants and other properties of green tea appear to protect against cellular damage and cancerous tumor growth. In one study at the University of Texas, green-tea extract was given to patients with precancerous lesions in their mouths, and it slowed the progression to oral cancer. Animal studies have also found that tea compounds can inhibit cancer...
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