Lohmann Dental Office and Location
“Dr. Lohmann has always run a superlative office. He and his staff really do provide painless service–on those occasions when you need a procedure that, in lesser hands, would hurt. Their technical competence is always apparent. Plus, they’re easygoing and friendly. I have recommended Dr. Bill to many people over the years, it is the only place I would go.”
Our philosophy of creating a warm, friendly environment for our patients extends of course to the mood and colors of our office. We enjoy relaxed spaces with soothing colors to help you feel at home. This is important from the moment you walk in and throughout your visit. When you are seated in a consultation, we want you to relax, so you can focus on what matters.
Dental services, or any medical procedure, can be stressful. Being in a comfortable, calm and clean space is an important factor in making a visit to your dentist as pleasing and fun as possible. Our patients appreciate the fact that they can relax in a pleasant room and watch TV programs of their choice while their dental work is being done.
The prominent tower sign is easy to spot from Peachtree Road. Lohmann Dental, located in “The Shops of Buckhead” is convenient to many other businesses, such as Allstate and UPS. Loads of free parking keeps it easy.
Our office is easy to locate. No need to wander around hallways, wondering which office is which or if you are on the right floor or not. Once you have parked your car, simply look at the left corner of the building, locate that bright “poke city” sign and we are right above it. Our DENTIST sign is easy to see.
Just as he adds esthetics to his cosmetic dental work, so has Dr. Lohmann added an aesthetic touch to his treatment rooms. Each treatment room is adorned with artwork, specially picked by Dr. Lohmann and each a reflection for Dr. Lohmann’s taste in beauty.
The most famous artist featured is Thomas McKnight. According to Wikipedia, McKnight studied at Wesleyan University and later at Columbia in New York. He worked for Time Magazine for 8 years, then in the early 70s took off time to go to Mykonos Greece. He later received a commission to paint Christmas cards for President Clinton in 1994. His works are now displayed in Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
Michel Delacroix (according to Wikipedia) was inspired by his childhood in Paris, France, including the time the Nazi’s were occupying France.
Jim Buckels, also a featured artist at Lohmann Dental and a contemporary master was described by a New York art critic as follows: Jim Buckels works “tell stories that linger in memory long after one has viewed them, hinting at truths that lie just below the surface of the world.”