Dr. Flavia Popescu, a native of Romania, became a dentist because she saw an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of her patients by taking care of their dental needs and helping them live a healthier life. She earned her Doctor of Dental Science degree in 2004 at University in Cluj Romania. Soon after graduation, she began her career as a full-time dentist at the county hospital in Cluj.
After meeting her future husband, a native of Atlanta, during a summer work abroad program, she immigrated to the United States. She was admitted to the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 2007 and earned a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in 2009. Shortly after graduating, she and her husband moved back to North Georgia.
During her career, Dr. Popescu earned awards including the Achievement Award in Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Excellence in Prosthodontics Award, and Prize in Radiology Award. Patients love that she makes their dental health her top priority and that care is given in a gentle and caring way. In fact, that’s Dr. Popescu’s favorite part of her job. She loves helping eliminate the pain of her patients and helping them reverse dental disease. She loves to create beautiful smiles.
Dr. Popescu loves her job as a dentist and feels blessed to be able to do this every day. She especially enjoys meeting new people and wants to make a difference in the lives of her patients. One of the ways she does that is by volunteering her time and skills to the MLK Free Dental Day every year.
She is board certified to offer Botox®, dermal fillers, and esthetic treatment options.
Dr. Popescu and her husband live in Hoschton with their two sons, Nathan and Matthew. They attend First Romanian Baptist Church in Lawrenceville. Dr. Popescu loves taking care of her family. When she is able to do it, she enjoys spending time in the outdoors hiking and exploring. She also loves spending time planting and taking care of flowers.