Gary Iskol, DDS
Dr. Iskol has been practicing general dentistry in Lawrenceville since 1985. He has strived to offer his patients the best that dentistry has to offer, with an emphasis on patient comfort.
Dr. Iskol graduated from the Medical College of Virginia school of Dentistry in 1980. He then completed a general practice residency at Metropolitan Hospital Center in New York City. For three years after that, Dr. Iskol practiced dentistry in south Florida, deciding the Atlanta metropolitan area felt more like home.
On a personal level, Dr. Iskol enjoys travel, cycling and running. He also is involved with many charitable organizations such as Gwinnett Hospital’s Brighter Smiles program, For the Kid.org, Project Open Hand, Joining Hearts, and Trees Atlanta. He has a soft spot for animal advocacy groups and is the parent of our therapy/rescue dog Gabby.
Dr. Iskol is looking forward to working three days a week, he loves dentistry and has no intention of ever retiring.
Craig Fisk, DDS FAGD
Dr. Fisk has been here practicing in Lawrenceville for over 6 years. He brings a strong restorative and cosmetic background in dentistry. He is active in expanding his knowledge using modern techniques and technology to bring to you the highest standard of care, while making dentistry informative and enjoyable.
Dr. Fisk grew up in a large family in Scottsdale, Arizona. After obtaining his undergraduate degree in microbiology, Dr. Fisk moved to New York City and attended Columbia University College of Dental Medicine where he earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. He also completed his Residency at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Fisk recently earned his Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry for extensive post graduate continuing dental education.
Dr. Fisk is the proud parent of a cocker spaniel, Maddy. He lives in Atlanta and enjoys cycling, running and swimming. Every spring he participates in a 200 mile bike ride fundraiser for the Emory School of Medicine Vaccine Center.
Dr. Fisk has lived in Sinaloa, Mexico for two years participating in a humanitarian service effort and speaks fluent Spanish. Dr. Fisk believes that giving back to the community is very important and serves on the board of directors of Jerusalem House and the steering committee for the Emory Vaccine charity bike ride.