Welcome to The Best Alpharetta and Johns Creek Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Nanna is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Georgia Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry, and thve American Dental Association.

About Us

"My kids love this place. They even allow you to sit in the back while your children while procedures are being done. My 1 year and 8 year both are able to simply sit and be comfortable with all staff. They are extremely professional with a beautiful clean facility, kid friendly, and loving staff”

Lachresha K Alpharetta, US

"We tried three different pediatric dentists, this one my children love. They actually asked me to stay with this practice! Have been very happy with doctor, and administrative staff. Everyone is so friendly. And best yet - no unnecessary teeth pulling to boost revenues like another practice down the street! We also use the orthodontist next door -Newpark. We love that practice as well and it is so convenient."

Dana Z Rosswell Resident

"First time here today. I recently moved to the area from NJ. My kids loved their old dentist & I was looking for a pediatric dentist that was equally as great or better! The front desk staff was awesome. Attentive, friendly, and patient. The cleaning, X-rays & Dr Nana were great. My oldest will need some orthodontic work and the staff walked us right next door to Dr Nima. I look forward to this awesome dental journey."

Iva B Johns Creek Resident

We want to create a dental home for children that will be fun, comfortable and be a place where they can begin to develop strong oral habits for the rest of their life.

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FAQ

How to find a pediatric dentist?

If you are looking for a pediatric dentist in Alpharetta, there are a couple of things that you should do to help your search. The first is to make sure to do an office visit. Doing an office visit will help to see if your child will feel comfortable there. Second, you should make sure that they are licensed to practice in your state!

What makes a good pediatric dentist?

A good pediatric dentist in Alpharetta will be able to make your child feel welcome every time they come in for an appointment. They will be able to answer all of you and your child’s questions as well as provide quality care.

How do I choose a pediatric dentist?

Your final decision on which pediatric dentist in Alpharetta is right for your child is ultimately your choice. We recommend choosing a pediatric dentist who has excellent reviews or maybe who was referred to you from a friend. Our practice has terrific reviews, and you should check us out!

What ages does a pediatric dentist treat?

An Alpharetta pediatric dentist treats infants to teens. The average time frame is when a baby gets their first tooth to when they turn eighteen and become an adult. They focus on developing mouths versus mouths that are full-grown with a full set of permanent teeth.

How long should a child go to a pediatric dentist?

A child should see their Alpharetta pediatric dentist twice a year until they become an adult. Every six months is the average that they should be seen. A lot can happen to the health of teeth between these months, so it is important to stay on top of it.

What does pediatric dentistry do?

An Alpharetta pediatric dentist has a specialty focus in adolescent teeth, gum, jaw, and mouth development. Due to their specialization, they had to attend further education and residency to begin their practice. If you have any questions, give us a call!