Amy M. Dayries


Amy M. Dayries


If patients are not taught good life skills – such as healthy eating and life choiceshow long can we expect our work to last?

Dental professionals offer longer appointments and see patients more consistently than their medical counterparts. This presents an opportunity for dental professionals to be one of the best, unbiased resources of health information for patients. Educating patients about their overall health is a major factor in helping the patient obtain their most radiant, aesthetic smile. It also translates into better health for our patients, easing the burdens of aging placed on our society, and help to keep your patient load growing in solid fashion.

Dentistry is the melding of: art, science, form and function. While upholding teachings of her traditional western dental training, Amy M. Dayries, DMD, FAIHM respects a patient’s desire to practice alternative and homeopathic solutions to their oral and systemic health challenges. This requires a working knowledge of methods and practices used in medicine and dentistry in other parts of the world including: traditional herbals, Ayurvedics, Galenic and Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques.

Dr. Dayries’ personal experiences with lead and mercury poisoning toxicity and experiences raising children who needed to focus better in school, sparked her passion for nutritional counseling and the herbal arts. Dr. Dayries often recommends natural alternatives and homeopathic solutions to the oral and systemic health problems of her patients. She is accredited and SMART certified by the International Association of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) meaning that she follows an established protocol to reduce exposure to patients, staff and the environment when she removes amalgam fillings.

Dr. Dayries graduated from the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry in 1996. More recently, she studied completed an 18-month long herbal medicine program for health care practitioners before becoming the first dentist to complete a 2 year Fellowship in Integrative Medicine with the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM).

Dr. Dayries lectures on the topic of Integrative Dentistry for colleagues across the country. She also offers healthy lifestyle seminars at local farmers markets and writes Whole Body Happiness: a news column for a local Atlanta magazine called Country Club Living. She was recently featured on The United Intentions Radio Show.

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  • American Dental Association
  • American Association of Cosmetic Dentists
  • Hinman Dental Association
  • American Academy for Oral Systemic Health
  • American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
  • International Association of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT)
  • Holistic Dental Association
  • Georgia Dental Association
  • Alpharetta/Norcross Study Club
  • ALF Interface Academy
  • Northern District Dental Society
  • Spear Study Club
  • Seattle Study Club

Cumberland Island 2017

My Favorite Book Ever

Holiday Party 2016 with My Awesome Team

At a Dr. Low Dog Herbal Course

Dr. Dayries and Hubby on 24th Anniversary

The Burren Herb Garden – Such a Peaceful Place

My kids at Grand Canyon

Kids hiking at Cumberland Island 2017

Dr. Dayries with her Mom and Dad

Dr. Dayries and Tim Ray on United Intentions Radio Show