SmilesForever Orthodontics

Brad Gilbert, DMD MS | Ron Parsons, DMD MSD
Adam Wells, DMD MS
Call Us: (770) 963-3963

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Dacula Office
3635 Braselton Hwy.
Suite A
Dacula, GA 30019

(678) 318-3180

Duluth Office
2148 Duluth Hwy.
Suite 101
Duluth, GA 30097

(770) 963-3963

Flowery Branch Office
6050 Spout Springs Road
Flowery Branch, GA 30542

(678) 960-2600


Loganville Office
2101 Baker Carter Drive
Suite A
Loganville, GA 30052

(678) 689-6887

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Best of Gwinnett 2016 Voting

July 21st, 2016

You can vote simply by clicking the button above!

Our doctors and staff at SmilesForever Orthodontics are excited to announce that it’s time again to vote for us in the Best of Gwinnett 2016! With your confidence and trust in us – we’ve won the Best of Gwinnett award the past 7 years running! We’re not really into popularity contests, and we’re not what you’d call “joiners” by nature. But this list is more than that – it’s a way for us to tell that you appreciate the results of your beautiful, confident smiles and that we are continuing to maintain your trust in us to care for your families and to make our patients happy. That means everything to us. So please cast your vote for SmilesForever Orthodontics in the Health category by clicking the button above and voting for us. We’re sending out a HUGE thank you to everyone who nominated us.

We appreciate each and every vote (and a special thank you to those of you voting every day)!

Follow Us On Social Media!

June 28th, 2016

Happy Tuesday afternoon! Did you know that SmilesForever Orthodontics is everywhere you are online? We love being connected with our patients and our community, so we want to keep you in the know of all the fun we have!

If you haven’t liked us on Facebook, click here. You can see what happens in our office. This summer, our patients are posting their pictures with their orthodontic postcards to enter our summer contest. They’re pretty darn cute!

Now is definitely the time to follow us on Instagram @ www.instagram.com/smilesforeverortho/ to follow along with more of our summer contest photo’s.

You can follow us on Twitter @ www.twitter.com/smilesforeverga and we’re also on Pinterest as www.pinterest.com/smilesforeverga/! You can find boards about braces friendly recipes, dental information, and boards to make you smile, among a few. We are constantly pinning!

To look for our summer contest photo’s on Facebook and Twitter, be sure to search for #smilesforeverortho!

We always love hearing from you, follow us and show us your smile!

What’s With The Red Noses?

May 26th, 2016

They’re cute, a little quirky and a LOT funny! Drs. Brad Gilbert and Adam Wells along with our entire SmilesForever Orthodontics staff, have come together to have fun and make a difference for children in support of Red Nose Day USA today!

Organized by Comic Relief Inc., Red Nose Day USA is a special day each year for Americans to come together to raise funds, through comedic fun and laughter, to help keep children safe, healthy and free from poverty. The adorable red noses can be purchased at Walgreens and the funds raised from the purchase price go to the Red Nose Day Fund.

Our doctors and staff are excited to participate in this national fundraising event by proudly wearing our red noses today. We know joy and laughter help our patient’s smiles bloom with confidence just as pretty, straight teeth do!

Teacher Appreciation Week

May 4th, 2016

      Picture courtesy of homeroommom.com

Drs. Brad Gilbert, Adam Wells and Ron Parsons along with our entire SmilesForever Orthodontics staff, send out a big, beautiful THANK YOU to all teachers. Not just this specific week of the year, but all year round. You are heroes to so many and we DO appreciate you.

It’s said that teacher’s inspire greatness in children and invite them to explore the world around them. They have such an important role in shaping our children. In teaching them curriculum sure, but also and keeping them focused and excited about learning. A teacher’s impact can make such a difference and when they spark a child’s imagination they instill an eagerness to explore and learn. We all have that one teacher we might remember fondly, or who has become our hero at one time or another. We asked one of our staff members if they had a teacher they still thought of and thought we’d share her response with you.

“Teacher Appreciation Week”. Every year, just those three simple words, immediately bring a childhood hero to mind. Second grade…first day of school and all of my favorite school friends were in the “other” class. The nerves were fluttering and I sat down at my desk. The teacher walked in and I thought she looked nice but I wasn’t really ready to like her. Again, no friends in my class. The day began like most with Mrs. Frogue asking us about our summer and what we had enjoyed most. When we had all shyly shared our most memorable summer highlights, it was time to find out what our new teacher had done over the summer.

Rather than tell us, she opened the door..and in walked a man in a kilt, playing bag pipes! This was MR. Frogue, our teacher’s husband. We found out that wonderful day that Mr. Frogue had been raised in a castle in Scotland. They shared slides of his family castle along with two castles they had visited that summer.

This wasn’t just a teacher. My new teacher lived in castles every summer! This was a lady of adventure. A lady who traveled to far away lands and was married to a man in a skirt! I had clearly hit the second grade jackpot getting this teacher.

That year was a magical year of learning for me. Mrs. Frogue had a way of bringing everything to life and celebrating even the smallest acheivements. Mrs. Frogue came to every student’s birthday party and brought her husband along in his kilt. She went above and beyond for her enthusiastic second graders and we knew it.

Over the years I visited with Mrs. Frogue quite often. As her students grew, they returned to her for help with math, history, career paths and heartache. She later celebrated our marriages and babies alongside us. And brought her husband, though in later years he didn’t wear his kilt. They continued their adventures and visits to castles each summer. Inspiring young minds to creatively explore.

Mrs. Frogue is now living in her forever castle with her husband by her side. I like to imagine he’s wearing his kilt and walking into her classroom and she’s sharing slides of their adventurous life. Year  after year I look forward to seeing those three special words, “Teacher Appreciation Week”, and I celebrate my favorite second grade hero, Mrs. Frogue. I appreciate everything she inspired me to explore.

Thank you for letting me share her with you,

Jaime L.



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