Meet Our Team
Angela M. Ojibway, DDS
Dr. Angela Ojibway is a Marietta native who graduated from Wheeler High School. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry from Wake Forest University. She received her second degree from Virginia Polytechnic & State University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Dr. Ojibway graduated with honors from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry in 2004, and she has been practicing dentistry in the Marietta/East Cobb area for over ten years.
A strong believer in continuing education as a means to ensure that her patients receive the highest quality dental care, Dr. Ojibway received her Cerec training certification specializing in porcelain inlays and onlays and is an Invisalign-certified provider. She has completed the Core Curriculum at the Dawson Academy, which teaches essential principles of complete dentistry with concentrations in dental occlusion, the TMJs, esthetic smile design, and comprehensive restorative dentistry. Dr. Ojibway is an active member of the prestigious Hinman Dental Society, which hosts one of the top continuing education programs for over 20,000 dental professionals each year in Atlanta.
Her commitment to dentistry and her patients extends to her community service. After serving in several Virginia Mission of Mercy projects throughout her dental school career in underserved areas of Virginia, Dr. Ojibway volunteered in the ADA’s Mission of Mercy at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. She was asked to serve as Lead of Patient Waiting and Patient Routing at the first Georgia Mission of Mercy project (GMOM), an event that delivered $1.7 million in dental services to over 2,000 Georgia residents in 2 ½ days in August 2011. She also served as Clinic Waiting Lead for the GMOM project in Perry.
Along with being committed to her patients, Dr. Ojibway is dedicated to her family. Her surname, which is often a topic of discussion with her patients, has an American Indian heritage derived from the Chippewa tribe in Minnesota from her husband Brady’s family. He was born at the naval base in Norfolk, Virginia, and his extended family resides in Richmond, Virginia, where he met Dr. Ojibway while she was in dental school. They have been married for twelve years, and have three beautiful children: Sydney (8), Kaylen (6), and Brayden (3). The family dog is a yorkie poo named Carly. Their family attends Buckhead Church, a campus of NorthPoint Community Church.
Dr. Sarah Thornton
Dr. Sarah Thornton graduated from the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in Buffalo, New York, where she also received a minor in Pediatric Dentistry. She received her Bachelor of the Arts degree in Biology from the Denison University in Granville, Ohio.
She caters to her patients, making them feel comfortable and at ease in the office. When it comes to treatment planning, Dr. Thornton takes the time to discuss all possible treatment plans to inform her patients of all their options. Her focus is on restorative, crowns and bridges, extractions, root canal therapy, implant restoration, removable prosthodontics, pediatric dentistry and she is Invisalign Certified.
Dr. Thornton is a member of the American Dental Association and Georgia Dental Association. She believes in helping her community and volunteers in the Big Sister program through the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta.
She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her hobbies and interests are cooking, rowing and church involvement.