Much like your private practice, Atlanta Dental has always been independent and privately held, with a commitment and desire to meet the needs and goals of those we serve.
Our Territory Managers and Equipment Specialists take the time to understand your needs in order to present true solutions.
Our iCare customer service team has set a new standard for customer care.
Your supply orders are filled and shipped the day they are received, from a well-stocked, state-of-the-art distribution center.
Our Advantage Prime program is designed to reward and thank you for your business while providing savings and protecting your bottom line!
We have a state-of-the-art showroom for Equipment and Technology, plus experts to demonstrate and help establish a true R.O.I. to meet your expectations.
We have factory trained technicians and equipment installation specialists to help protect and give longer life to your investments.
From nationally recognized Office Design to monthly accounting and transition services from our PPM division, we will be a partner in every area of your practice.
We are 100% Employee Owned, 100% Dental!
Atlanta Dental was founded by Dr. Samuel Hape, a young dentist who began dental school when Abraham Lincoln was president of the United States. He began his practice shortly before the American Civil War. After the war began, Dr. Hape enlisted as an officer. He was specially commissioned to “run a blockade” in order to bring desperately needed dental and medical supplies from Europe. On one occasion his ship was blown up in Charleston Harbor, but Dr. Hape escaped and even managed to salvage some of the badly needed supplies. In 1868, soon after the war ended, even though Dr. Hape had lost everything he had, he established a new dental practice in Atlanta. The population grew and more dentists began to set up practices to meet the dental needs of the rebounding communities. It was at that time that Dr. Hape opened what is known today as The Atlanta Dental Supply Company. He wanted to ensure availability of supplies for his own practice and the practices of his colleagues. Three years later, “Doc” Holliday, introduced Dr. Robert A. Holliday, his cousin, to Dr. Hape. Dr. Holliday joined Dr. Hape’s efforts to maintain the local source of products and services. Dr. Holliday, active in civic affairs, served as Secretary of the Georgia Dental Association from 1878 to 1881. It was partially through Dr. Holliday’s efforts that the Emory University School of Dentistry was chartered in1887. Atlanta Dental committed itself to meeting the needs of the ever-expanding dental profession. A decision was made that in order to maintain the philosophy of business that fosters career-long relationships, the company must commit to never allowing ownership of the company by anyone other than those who fulfill an active role in meeting the needs of its customers. The current generation of ownership of Atlanta Dental understands and abides by this commitment.
We are Committed to the Advancement of Dentistry!