Meet Dr. Kimberly Kozloski

“We love meeting new people and hearing their stories and making an impact on their lives. People don’t always realize what we can do for their smiles. Patients who hid their smiles before now smile ear to ear! Dentistry is truly life-changing for patients with serious oral reconstruction needs. Our patients can’t stop grinning!” — Dr. Kim Kozloski

Dentistry allows Dr. Kozloski the opportunity to pursue a blend of medicine and artistry, while helping people lead high-quality lives with optimal health. It’s a career she absolutely adores.

Dr. Kozloski received her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a concentration in business from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In 1996, she graduated from Temple University with a Doctorate in Dental Medicine. After a one-year hospital residency in Philadelphia, she relocated to Atlanta and joined other established doctors in family and cosmetic dental practice prior to taking over her current private practice.

Because she loves dentistry, medicine, and her patients, Dr. Kozloski attends many CE courses each year. She prefers to study new technology and cosmetic dentistry, but has also focused on dental implants and implant restorations. She has studied with the elite Hornbrook Group and attended the Dawson Academy. The pursuit of post-graduate education has taken her all over the country.

Dr. Kozloski holds membership with:

  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Georgia Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Dental Association
  • Georgia Dental Association
  • Local dental study groups

Dr. Kozloski grew up in northern Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains. She is very into natural, healthy living and organics. Dr. Kozloski’s sister is an organic farmer, so the doctor has a great interest in supporting local farmers. She enjoys informing others about taking steps to live more natural, chemically free, and healthy lives. Each of her patients learns how oral health affects overall health and the best practices for maintaining a strong smile throughout life.

As a female dentist with a concern for natural care, Dr. Kozloski does not place any amalgam (mercury-containing fillings) and has recently incorporated into her practice the lowest BPA-containing composites (white fillings) available on the market today.

Away from the office, Dr. Kozloski enjoys traveling, working out, food, and wine. She often visits family and completes CE courses in other states. She also enjoys working with her hands creatively: painting and refinishing furniture. Her volunteer work includes participating in Cobb County School District and Marietta social workers, and providing dental care to children whose families need assistance.