Travis Watson, DMD, FAGD, FICD An Award-Winning Dentist in Marietta, GA
Why Dr. Watson Became a Dentist
Our Dentist’s Educational Journey
Affiliations Held by Dr. Watson
What Do FAGD and FICD Mean?
“FAGD” stands for Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, and “FICD” stands for Fellow of the International College of Dentists. These are difficult designations to earn, but Dr. Watson has earned both. In fact, he was one of the youngest Georgia dentists to ever achieve FAGD status.
For dentists to be chosen as FAGD or FICD, they must demonstrate exceptional professional integrity, have a track record of excellent patient results, and be active contributors to the field. If you’re looking for a new dentist, know that someone with FAGD or FICD has a reputation backed by thousands of other professionals.
Dr. Watson Is Recognized in
Dr. Watson was honored to receive the first-ever Best Dentist in Cobb award in 2020. He was the top pick out of approximately 140 dentists in the area. He also served as President of the Georgia Academy of General Dentistry in 2013 and was named a 5-Star Dentist by Atlanta Magazine in 2014.
Dr. Watson was also recently named to the Georgia Dental Peer Review Board, where he serves as a professional witness in cases where sub-standard care was performed. Only dentists who uphold the highest level of ethics are chosen to serve on the Board.
In His Free Time
Dr. Travis Watson is married to another dentist at Atlanta West Dentistry, Dr. Cameron B. Watson. They live here in Marietta with their two children, Baker and Vivian. Dr. Watson is an avid Georgia football fan who attends every game he can. He also loves running, golfing, tennis, and playing the banjo.
Wonderful Reviews For Dr. Travis Watson
Awesome experience! Dr Watson is awesome. The staff is awesome, both front and back. Knowledge, experience, kindness, professionalism and friendly, all at the same time!View on Google
Dr. Travis is excellent at what he does. I had to shave a piece of my gum off and the visit/process was seamless. Great practice !View on Google