Adam S. Gordon, DMD
Orthodontics is a fascinating field. Each and every day, I look forward to interacting with my patients and determining how orthodontic treatment can help them meet their specific needs and desires, whether it’s straighter teeth, better jaw function, or a healthier smile. I enjoy explaining each treatment plan with my patients and their families so they thoroughly understand and are comfortable with the process. Along with the rest of our knowledgeable and friendly team, I strive to make my patients’ orthodontic treatment a pleasant, comfortable, and memorable experience that will last a lifetime.
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Georgia, Athens
- Doctorate of Dental Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine, Charleston
- Certificate in Orthodontics, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio
I believe you never stop learning. And in a field as quickly evolving as orthodontics, it’s vital to stay up-to-date on the latest technology and treatment techniques. I enjoy branching out to new learning experiences. Whether it’s attending courses and seminars or just reading the latest literature, I’m always seeking methods to enable more efficient, effective, beautiful results for my patients.
Professional affiliations are important for networking and sharing knowledge with fellow orthodontists and dental specialists. My professional memberships include:
- American Association of Orthodontists
- Academy of General Dentistry
- Georgia Association of Orthodontists – Secretary/Treasurer 2019-2020
- Central District Dental Society – Vice President 2019-2020
- Georgia Dental Association
- Smiles Change Lives
- Diplomate American Board of Orthodontics
My wife Kelly and I are natives of Tifton, Georgia. After working in California as an actor, attending dental school in South Carolina, and completing an orthodontic residency in Texas, we are thrilled to be back in Georgia close to family and friends. We now call Houston County home. Kelly and I enjoy outdoor activities, sports, golf, and our dog, Ryder. I also enjoy singing and theatre.
Community is very important to me. As newcomers to the area, Kelly and I look forward to making meaningful connections and getting involved here. I have a strong history of volunteerism. Special Olympics are near and dear to my heart, and I’ve volunteered as a student coach with the organization for 18 years. I’ve also organized charity fundraisers to benefit children’s cancer.