Meet the Doctor
Dr. Nick Manocchio
Born and raised in Montreal, Canada on July 20th 1970 from Italian parents who emigrated from Italy in 1969, Dr. Nick Manocchio, speaks fluent Italian and French and was a dental school graduate of Montreal University in June 1993. Six months later he opened his first dental practice and quickly became very successful.
In 1995, Dr. Nick began extensive travels to the US for seminars to increase his knowledge of root canals, orthodontics, and dental surgery, and subsequently fell in love with America. So, in 1998, he took his Board and Clinical exams in Louisville, Kentucky, after which he applied for the American Green Card. In December of 1998, Dr. Nick received the wonderful news that it had been granted, and he began the process of selling his home and practice in Montreal.
He arrived in Warsaw, Indiana on December 24, 1999, and worked 1-1/2 years in South Withley in a one dentist office. After visiting Marietta, Georgia in 2001, Dr. Nick knew exactly where he wanted to settle and began working for Dr. Bill Hansmann in East Cobb County. His ultimate dream was to repeat his original success in Montreal by opening his own practice, and that dream became a reality in October 2002 at his present location in Roswell Georgia. The practice has become very successful primarily due to his talented skills and chairside manner, from which a large majority of new patients come from current patient referrals.
Living in the US made it much easier for Dr. Nick to sign up for even more advanced courses which lead to his purchase of the Cerec 3D technology in 2004, which allows for same day crown and prep delivery. In 2005, he took a 10 month class on dental implants, and in 2006 was certified for Intra-Venous Conscious Sedation to help patients with dental phobias, wisdom teeth extractions, or for those who want extensive treatments done in one appointment.
On April 30th, 2008 Dr. Nick Manacchio was required to appear for his interview and ceremony to receive his American Citizenship! He did so with pride, joy, and gratitude.