The Peachtree Building
1355 Peachtree Street NE Suite 1225
Atlanta, Ga 30309

Welcome to the Family

Choosing your dental care team is an important step in maintaining excellent overall health. For this reason, we are honored that you have chosen to partner with us. It is our goal to provide you with quality dental care and top-notch hygiene support so your smile will last a life time! You won’t experience high pressure sales here. Instead, you can expect a more conservative approach and information freely given on what is available to you for any concerns. We strive to treat our patients as our family and ask that should you ever have questions, please make us aware… We are here for you!

Proudly serving: Midtown Atlanta, Ansley Park, North Atlanta, Atlanta Station

Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Chip Hill DDS

    Dr. Hill graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Developmental Biology and Genetics in 1991. Immediately after, he attended the Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.


  • Dr.
    Kevin Welchel
    Practice Manager

    Kevin is our Practice Manager and likely one of the first people you will have contact with in our office.  He is responsible for scheduling appointments, facilitating payments, understands and works with insurance and assists our team with providing the best quality care available. And, he does it all with a smile.


  • Jennifer Frankel
    Office Coordinator

    Jennifer is the first face you will see when entering our office.  She is also the new patient coordinator for our practice, assuring them that they have come to the right place.  With her warm energy, she assist in scheduling appointments as well as provides support to the practice manager with all aspects of running a smooth operation.


  • Clyne Hodges
    Business Manager

    Clyne has over 25 years experience as a Financial Manager.  He is Proficient in Accounting, Payroll, Accounts Receivables as well as Accounts Payable.  In joining our team as our Business Manager in 2009, his main objective is to keep the practice and Dr. Hill always on track.


  • Barb Burket, RDH

    Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, Barb has known Dr. Hill since he graduated Dental School. A Verteran of the United States Air Force, she served 8 years as a Dental Technician during the Gulf War.  In 1993 she moved to Atlanta and began working with Dr. Hill in 1996. Barb left the practice in 1999 to attend West Central Technical College School of Dental Hygiene, where she graduated with honors in 2002.  Shortly after graduating she returned to the practice and has been here since.


  • Melissa Miller, RDH

    Melissa earned her B.S.D.H. from Clayton State University in 2006 with Honors and joined our team shortly thereafter as one of our Dental Hygienist's. She not only enjoys making sure her patients leave with a beautiful smile, equally important to her is educating her patients about oral hygiene. 


  • Devon Miranda, RDH

    Devon is a Georgia native born and raised in Conyers, GA.  She graduated from The Medical College of Georgia in 2009 with her Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene.  After graduating she began temping for Dr. Hill's practice and as of 2013 went from Part-Time to Full-Time with the Practice.


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