About the Georgia Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

The Georgia Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry is dedicated to advancing the Science and Art of cosmetic dentistry for its members and their patients in the state of Georgia.

GACD Vision

Specifically, the GACD was founded to support the following fundamental goals for member dentists and their patients:

  • Dissemination of information on the latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry.
  • Provide educational opportunities for member dentists and their support team to advance the standard of patient care in Georgia.
  • Encourage and promote high standards of ethical conduct and patient care.
  • Promote public awareness of advances in the dynamic field of cosmetic dentistry.
GACD History

The Georgia Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry was "reborn" in August, 2006. After a two to three year hiatus from the original Atlanta Cosmetic Dental Study Club, several interested members met in Sandy Springs, GA to rekindle a dream of being a resource and promoter for excellence in cosmetic dentistry in the entire state of Georgia. A board was created and officers were elected to begin recertification with AACD and AGD. Just a few months later, in February, 2007, over 100 people attended our first educational meeting at the Cherokee Country Club. Our first speaker was world renowned dentist Dr. Dennis Wells to speak on "Minimal Preparation Veneers" and was followed by Dr. Brad Durham.

Since that time, the GACD has educated its membership with education on CAD/CAM dentistry, implants, practice management, dental photographyv and smile design. Along with establishing a reputation for bringing in world renowned speakers to Georgia, our chapter was a key player in the AACD's first ever Regional Meeting in Knoxville, TN. Furthermore, we have created a new standard of mentorship for AACD Accreditation with our local study group.

Standing on the shoulders of our past leadership, our future continues to burn brightly.
Stay tuned to future events as the GACD continues to make history in Georgia.