Tammy Bregman, DMD, FAGD
Dr. Tammy Bregman graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 1985. Prior to pursuing a degree in dental medicine, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Georgia. Also, in order to enhance and expand the knowledge attained during her tenure in dental school, Dr. Bregman completed a General Practice Residency Program at The Eastman Dental Center at University of Rochester in Rochester, NY.
Dr. Bregman, having been in practice for over 23 years, has kept up to date with the latest trends and state of the art technology by taking over 1000 hours of continuing education courses. Dr. Bregman is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry (Fellow) and the well-respected Emory Study Club. She is an Associate Professor at The Medical College of Georgia and has been a guest lecturer in oral pathology for The Mercer University Physician’s Assistant program.
She serves as a volunteer with the Special Smiles Program of the Georgia Special Olympics, The Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Flower Show and Connoisseurs Tour and has been named to The Ben Massell Honorary Society of Dental Volunteers.
Additionally, she serves on the Board for The DDD Foundation and the Larry Bregman, M.D. Educational Conference both of which serve individuals with disabilities.
For rest and relaxation, Dr. Bregman enjoys adventure and wildlife travel, movies (a member of NATAS) and sports (observing and participating).