Dr. Danielle Greene Renews Partnership for 13th Year


We are proud to announce that Dr. Danielle Greene, President of Fabulous Smiles of Atlanta, and creator of Kissable Toothpaste has renewed her partnership with People You Need to Know Magazine.

Dr. Greene has trusted our marketing and branding expertise for over a decade and we’ve literally grown together as business partners. She has appeared on our front cover, back cover, on television, radio, received our Superstar Award and has partnered with us via several events over the years. You can find Dr. Danielle Greene on page three of our 2011 Business Superstars Edition of People You Need to Know Magazine.

Dr. Greene is the primary practitioner at Fabulous Smiles of Atlanta and she distinguishes herself as one of the few private practitioners who provide personalized service and a high level of expertise that comes from her education at Morgan State University, the University of Maryland Dental School, and the New Zealand University of Waikato, as a Fulbright Scholar.

Fabulous Smiles of Atlanta’s purpose is to educate the public about the importance of oral health and to provide cosmetic options that have an impact on general well-being and self-esteem. Dr. Danielle Greene is also a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the Georgia Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and the American Association of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Fabulous Smiles of Atlanta is currently accepting new patients and is located at 1188 Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd, Suite 101, Atlanta, 30310. Contact Dr. Greene’s office at 404-758-0770 or visit BeKissable.com.

Thank you, Dr. Danielle Greene. Your continued partnership with People You Need to Know Magazine is appreciated!

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  1. Anthony Gee

    I have followed Dr. Greene for years as she has manifested her practices throughout the Atlanta city limits. She is the only dentist that I trust with my oral health. She is gentle with her procedures and is always compassionate about my overall well-being. My smile was a tremendous burden on my self-esteem before meeting her, and I can honestly say she has been resourceful in changing that.


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