Newpark Orthodontics is technically located in Alpharetta, however we are less than 60 seconds from the city of Johns Creek. Our office conveniently sits at the border of Alpharetta and John’s Creek, right off State Bridge road. Many of our patients are John’s Creek residents and we like to think that an address doesn’t define us.
Our goal at Newpark Orthodontics is to provide superb customer service, very flexible financing and simply amazing results. From the minute the patient walks in the door we want to make them feel like they’re a part of the Newpark family, there’s always music playing and movies and games for the kids that come in. So we just always want to make them feel like we’re here, to take care of them and make sure that we meet their expectations and make their smile better.
The work environment is really fun here at Newpark. We all really know each other really well we’re a small team, so we care for each other and we’re great friends inside of the work environment and also outside of the work environment.
Dr. Nima – Head Orthodontist At Newpark Orthodontics
“Well, I was always self-conscious about my own smile, so I hated smiling in front of the camera or in public in general. So the first thing that I did when I got a job was to get treatment and that really changed my life and I thought to myself what career could be better than making people this confident and changed their perspective on life.”
Dr. Nima completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California Los Angeles and earned a BS in molecular genetics as well as microbiology and immunology. He then went on to the prestigious University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. There, he earned his doctorate of dental medicine and was recognized with multiple honors.
He took his new found knowledge to the Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic, the oldest clinic of its type in the United States. This is where Dr. Nima, as he is affectionaly known, discovered his love for treating people of all ages and his respect for orthodontics.
With this in his heart and mind, he went back to the University of Pennsylvania to earn his specialty certificates in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. To further serve his future patients, he went beyond this experience and completed the two-year program at the Roth-Williams International Society of Orthodontists. He is one of a select group to study in this world famous program. He is the only Alpharetta orthodontist who has received training from this one-of-a-kind institute.
“With my teeth, I had a lot of spaces and some teeth just weren’t coming down and they were just so many problems. Everyone was really nice to me like I’d come in and people would be like, “Oh hi Brooke! How are you?” It was just so nice here, I was so happy when I came in. I’m definitely, I’m really happy. I think my teeth looks so much better than they did before. [Dr. Nima] is really like welcoming and he’s really warm. He wants you to feel comfortable when you come in and I really liked that about him. I would recommend Newpark Orthodontics, I have already recommended a bunch of my friends.”
TIPS FOR PATIENTS COMING FROM JOHNS CREEK
For those patients coming from the Johns Creek area, you can easily get to Newpark Orthodontics by going North on the State Bridge road. You’ll exit on Kimball Bridge road and continue onto Parkview Ln. You will see Newpark Orthodontics in the same plaza as the Starbucks .
Braces Guide To Middle School Lunches In Johns Creek & Alpharetta
With new environments, friends and social pressures, often the last thing our patients think of is what they can or can’t eat. To make it easier for everyone, we decided to create a guide for our middle school patients so that they can have an easy reference for what they can and can’t eat if they are eating school lunches.
Braces Guide To High School Lunches In Johns Creek & Alpharetta
If your wearing braces there are a set of foods that you want to avoid. There are many articles out there, including ones we’ve published, that go over what foods you can or can’t eat. We decided to take it one step further and actually go over school food that you will see everyday.
Johns Creek Braces Friendly Grocery & Restaurant Guide
So it’s your first week of braces and it seems like every craving you could possibly have is coming in. There are so many foods that you want to eat, but suddenly they are out of the question. Now you can look at it as the worst thing in the world or we can look at the positive side of things.
What services are provided by an orthodontist?
An orthodontist in Johns Creek provides many services to their patients. Depending on their patient’s needs, it depends on the different services they may receive. Some services include braces, surgical orthodontics, dentofacial orthopedics, TMD and TMJ, and examinations with x-rays.
Do orthodontists perform surgery?
A traditional orthodontist in Johns Creek does not perform oral surgery. Further education and credentials are required to become an oral surgeon. An orthodontist focuses on procedures and services that are non-surgical. If you have surgical related questions, give us a call.
What is better a dentist or an orthodontist?
There is not a “better” choice between a dentist and an orthodontist. However, depending on the services you need, there is an obvious choice. If you need a dental cleaning, then you would see a dentist. If you need braces, you would see an orthodontist in Johns Creek.
What is orthodontic care?
Orthodontic care focuses on the needs a patient has to correct their bite and smile. Orthodontists use devices like braces to help correctly align your teeth. Johns Creek orthodontics care is used to help people have a better smile, speak clearly, chew correctly, and more.
What are the benefits of visiting an orthodontist?
There are many benefits to visiting a Johns Creek orthodontist. Whether you have chewing issues, speaking problems, jaw misalignment, or crooked teeth, an orthodontist can help to fix these issues. If you feel you need to see an orthodontist, do not hesitate to give us a call!