The Georgia School of Orthodontics was featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle .
ATLANTA, Sept. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — At its August 2016 meeting, the Commission on Dental Accreditation (“CODA”) granted Initial Accreditation to the Georgia School of Orthodontics (“GSO”), a new program in orthodontic education that aims to improve both orthodontic education opportunities in the state as well as provide expansive community access to care. CODA Initial Accreditation was the final step needed before the GSO welcomed its inaugural class and commenced classes in August.
The Georgia School of Orthodontics will operate a state-of-the-art orthodontic clinic, providing treatment for kids, teens and adults at significantly reduced costs. The clinic is staffed by highly qualified orthodontic faculty, including Board Certified Orthodontists, and the 18 licensed dentists enrolled in the residency program.
The school provides cutting edge technology and equipment for students and patients.
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