Dr. Angela Britt is my and B. J.’s local dentist. Until we turned our dental business over to “Doc Angie”, we trusted our teeth, with few exceptions, to the Darby family, three generations of dentists, in Vidalia, Ga. and that is where we first met “Doc Angie.” She was in partnership with Dr. Lloyd Darby—our dentist then.
Doc Angie, a native of Baxley, is a lot of fun, always ready for a laugh and when we were in the office on dental appointments in Vidalia, Ga., we always had the time to palaver and converse with Angie. Lithe, slim and trim, her winsome smile and charming manner served to create a friendship that went beyond just a professional relationship.
In time, Angie moved her practice to Brunswick before B. J. and I retired.
When B. J. and I retired and moved our medical and dental trade to the Golden Isles, Doc Angie became our dentist. Since then she has kept our chompers in great shape. “Got to keep the preacher’s teeth sharp, shiny and ready for all that chicken,” she says with a chuckle.
Angie is a specialist with crowns. She once did a gold crown for B. J. I told her and B. J. that if something happened to B. J. I wanted to make sure that I kept that gold crown.
In spite of her warm easy-going way, Doc Angie comes with most impressive credentials. She is a native of Georgia and a 1992 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry and has a state of the art practice in Brunswick, Ga. She has pursued excellence by training in full mouth reconstructive cosmetic dentistry and implant dentistry, earning her Fellowship at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. She has been a member of the AACD since 2000 and is a member of the American Dental Association and the Georgia Dental Association.
Dr. Angela Britt, DMD is one of only 346 dentists in the world to be accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Nonetheless, in spite of all her remarkable qualifications, Doc Angie is a warm, caring person who takes a keen interest in her patients. Her skillful hands and gentle touch brings all the proficient dexterity of a highly trained expert to bear on your dental needs.
B. J. and I have been not only patients but also friends of Doc Angie for a long time. We exchange e-mails and share some of the same interests.
Angie is one of my readers. She reads my articles in the newspaper and especially likes my travel articles and articles about Big Red. She wants to go for a spin around the island on the feisty Mustang with the top back. She is on my mailing list and when I publish a new article, I always send her an early copy.
Gail Eason, of Baxley, is the cake baker/designer for all our special occasions and has been for ages. I sent Doc Angie a picture of my most recent birthday cake and she was overwhelmed by the pretty cake decorated with a likeness of Big Red on it. She wants to meet this skillful maker of cakes so I invited her to my next birthday party and she put it on her calendar.
Angie likes to cook, too. She brews up a pot of chili that is almost as tasty as JEB’s Old Fashioned Hickory Smoked Open Creek Chili.
First and foremost though, Doc Angie is a caring health professional who brings all her training and state of the art equipment to focus on your special needs and sees to it that you have the best care in the world.
Doc Angie says: “Our goal at Exceptional Dentistry is to treat each of our patients with personalized care and service. As a cosmetic and restorative dental practice, we are in the business of changing smiles and changing lives.”
Angie has long, silky glistening black hair that drapes below her shoulders accenting her million-dollar smile, blue eyes and blemish-free complexion.
I can hardly wait to see that long, silky hair blowing in the wind when I spur Big Red across the Sidney Lanier Bridge.
Oh, by the way Doc, I just developed a toothache. I’ll see you soon.