Nancy A. Ferrara, DDS

Meet Dr. Nancy

Family & Cosmetic Dentist Atlanta GA

Photo of Atlanta GA family & cosmetic Dentist Dr. Nancy Ferrara Dr. Nancy Ferrara is a Cincinnati, Ohio, native and attended Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, where she received a BS in Biology. She then was accepted at the Ohio State University College of Dentistry, where she graduated in 2000 earning her DDS degree.

Dr. Ferrara met her husband, Dr. Eric Ferrara, while in dental school. The Ferrara’s relocated to Dallas, TX, while Dr. Eric completed his residency in Oral & Maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Nancy started her first dental practice in Southlake, TX. In conjunction with running her dental practice she also was an instructor at Baylor Dental School and was the coordinator of the “Sealant Initiative” in Dallas Public Schools. Under Dr. Nancy’s leadership the “Sealant Initiative” program won an Award of Recognition by the American Dental Association.

Both Dr. Nancy and Dr. Eric chose to practice in the Atlanta area to be near family and to enjoy Atlanta’s famous southern hospitality. She joined the practice in August 2007, where she practices the full scope of cosmetic and general dentistry. She also enjoys giving back to the community by volunteering at the Ben Massell Dental Clinic in downtown Atlanta.

Dr. Nancy loves spending family time with her husband and three young sons when not helping others achieve their dental goals.

To make an appointment with Dr. Nancy, please call our office or use the Contact Us form below: Moores Mill Dental Atlanta Office Phone Number 404-351-5200.

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