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3455 Old Alabama Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022
Johns Creek, GA 30022

Brookhaven Orthodontics is a family dental clinic that provides braces for kids and adults in Brookhaven and Johns Creek, Georgia. Dr. Stan Cox, DMD, MS orthodontic practice offers traditional metal or clear braces, Invisalign, lingual braces (braces on the inside), and removable appliances for minor tooth corrections. By using state-of-the-art orthodontics, our goal is to provide patients with several dental options on how to achieve their natural, healthy smiles.

3455 Old Alabama Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022
Johns Creek, GA 30022

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Can a dental hygienist become an orthodontist?
A: A dental hygienist completes a bachelor's degree in dental hygiene to receive their accreditation. After this, they can choose to continue their education to become an orthodontist. They'll first need to complete a four-year doctoral program to get a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree. After which, they'll continue on to an orthodontist specialty.
Q: How much does an orthodontist assistant make?
A: According to, the median annual salary for an orthodontist assistant in 2020 was $34,477. However, this salary can vary greatly depending on the state the orthodontist assisting is working in, the total hours worked, level of experience, and other factors.
Q: How do I become an orthodontist assistant?
A: An orthodontist assistant will need to complete a certificate or associate’s degree in dental assisting and get certified to practice. Each state might have slightly different requirements, such as state exams, to become an orthodontist assistant. You’ll need to:
  • Review your state’s requirements
  • Choose a certification or associate's degree program in your area, enroll, and graduate
  • Pass the certification exam

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