New Smile in Town

Now open: The Smile Design

We are excited to announce the grand opening of The Smile Design, Alpharetta’s boutique orthodontics practice.

Dr. Perry founded The Smile Design of Atlanta to provide her clients with a custom and luxury experience during their orthodontic treatment.

Dr. Perry has an abundance of educational and clinical experience, which she uses to provide her clients with outstanding service. She attended the Howard University College of Dentistry as part of the class of 2014. Dr. Perry then relocated to New York City to complete a General Practice Residency with the BronxCare Health System, where she rotated through the 6 urban locations and participated in both the Ryan White Grant program and the Dental Faculty Development Program. She moved to upstate NY to practice independently as a general dentist and settled there until she was accepted into the Howard University Orthodontics Residency in 2017. Dr. Perry spent roughly two years providing orthodontic care for youth in the underserved communities of Washington, DC. Subsequently, she graciously accepted a clinical faculty appointment at the Georgia School of Orthodontics. She currently serves as a Captain in the Georgia Army National Guard and provides diagnostic consultations to active-duty soldiers.

Whether you have your heart set on traditional braces with a twist or you’re looking to explore the world of clear aligners, they have you covered. The office also provides growth and development treatments for younger clients.  

The Smile Design provides orthodontic consults for growing children and members of the entire family. They offer 3D imaging options to provide a comprehensive perspective on each patient's bone health, tooth positioning, and skeletal pattern. They offer flexible plans that include discounts for clients who pay in full and first responders.

5530 Windward Parkway, Suite 410


1) Flossing daily is linked to a lower risk of hypertension.

2) Soft toothbrushes are preferred to preserve the health of gum tissue.

3) Orthodontic problems can cause abnormal wear of tooth surfaces, inefficient chewing and digestive function, and excessive stress on gums tissues, and jaws.

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