Meet Your Buckhead Dentist
Get To Know Dr. Marilyn Gaylor
Advanced restorative and cosmetic dentistry requires hundreds of hours of post-graduate training. It may surprise you to learn that the vast majority of dental schools do not teach any courses in cosmetic or advanced restorative dentistry, and of those that do, the classes are usually limited to a few introductory courses.
Gifted with an artistic eye, a rigorous program of post-graduate training and a relentless pursuit of excellence, Dr. Marilyn Gaylor has become one of the highest trained and most credentialed dentists in the world today.
“Our success is measured by the smile on your face. Changing people’s lives is my greatest reward.” – Dr. Marilyn Gaylor
A 1984 graduate of the University of Tennessee School Of Dentistry, Dr. Gaylor has completed numerous hours of continuing education at such institutions as the Spear Institute, Pankey Institute, Dawson Academy, and Louisiana State University’s Cosmetic Dentistry Continuum parts I and II. In addition to membership in the AACD, she is a member of the American Dental Association and the Pierre Fauchard Academy and is a Fellow of the Georgia Dental Association.
Dr. Gaylor is a visiting faculty member at the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry and has maintained a private practice in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia since 1996. Her practice emphasizes reconstructive and cosmetic dentistry, including cosmetic bonding, dental implants, and porcelain veneers.
Dr. Gaylor achieved accredited status in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) in 2009. She joins six AACD accredited members in the state of Georgia, and 320 dentists and laboratory technicians in AACD history who have earned this prestigious designation. The highly sought accreditation credential represents the standard of excellence in cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Gaylor was awarded this status through the demonstration of advanced skills and knowledge and was recognized at the organization’s 25th Anniversary AACD Scientific Session, held in Honolulu, Hawaii, April 27 – May 1, 2009.