Dr. Amanda Conti grew up in Marietta, GA and attended college locally at Kennesaw State University. She received her dental degree from the Medical College of Georgia where she graduated first in her dental school class in 1996.
Her orthodontic training was completed at LSU School of Dentistry in 1998.
She is a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society and Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity for attaining the highest academic standing during dental school.
Her numerous dental awards include:
- AAOMS Award for Outstanding achievement in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Emile T. Fischer Award for scholastic achievement, outstanding character and ethics and promise for future advancement of the profession.
- AAP Award for outstanding achievement in Periodontics
- Goodman and Gilman Book Award presented to the graduating dentist with the highest academic achievement in Pharmacology
- Oral Rehabilitation Award for outstanding achievement in the Sophomore Restorative Clinic
- American College of Prosthodontists Award for high academic and clinical achievement in Prosthodontics
- Oral Pathology Award in recognition of outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated scientific potential in the field of Oral Pathology
- Organization of Teachers of Oral Diagnosis Certificate of Merit in recognition of excellence and promise in Oral Diagnosis
- OKU Kappa Lambda Chapter Certificate of Recognition for the senior with the highest score on National Boards Part 1
- OKU Kappa Lambda Chapter Certificate of Achievement in recognition of scholastic excellence during the first two years of study at the Medical College of Georgia
Dr. Conti is also passionate about helping children. She enthusiastically supports: Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Noah’s Ark, World Vision and other charities (See our links for some of our favorite groups)
Dr. Conti is provisionally certified by the American Board of Orthodontists and maintains active membership in numerous local and national dental societies.
Locally, Dr. Conti lectures regularly to dentists about the benefits of self-ligating systems in orthodontics.