Your health is our primary goal. Amid the Covid-19 outbreak, we are still committed to taking care of patients. However, if you are not feeling well, coughing, sneezing, running a fever, etc. we are asking for you to postpone your appointment. Give us a call and we will reschedule your appointment. Thank you. We will get through this trying time together. 🙏🏾
Dr. Matthew McRae Jr.
995 Baxter Street,
Athens, GA 30606
1720 Epps Bridge Pkwy #110,
Athens, GA 30606
680 US Hwy 29 N #240,
Athens, GA 30601
At McRae Family Dental, we offer a comprehensive range of dental services to help our patients maintain optimal oral health and to attain their smile goals. The key to our success is building trusting partnerships with our patients to achieve outstanding outcomes of care.
As a dentist in Athens, our commitment to excellence has earned us a reputation as a leading practice in the community. We take great pride in maintaining a position at the forefront of the latest advances in care, and our office provides the most effective and comfortable dental services available today. Providing skilled and compassionate care, we tailor every treatment plan to suit individual needs.
Today even the most challenging smiles can be transformed into ones that inspire confidence. Whether your visit with us is for a dental checkup, a cosmetic smile makeover, the replacement of missing teeth, or a dental emergency, you are in the best of hands at McRae Family Dental.
As your dentist in Athens, we strive to make your dental experience hassle-free. At McRae Family Dental, we work with many dental insurance plans and offer a number of financial options so that you can begin your care without delay.
Please feel free to browse through our website or to give us a call today.
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