Michael K. Pace, DDS
Dr. Pace has been practicing dentistry in Austell since 1984. He was born
in Kearney, Nebraska (the midpoint of the USA) in 1954 and graduated from
high school in Merritt Island, Florida in 1972. Dr. Pace received a Bachelor
of Science from Emory University in 1976 and his Doctor of Dental Surgery
from Emory University School of Dentistry in 1980. The following year,
he completed a General Practice Residency in the US Army at Ft. Sill,
Oklahoma. He served as a dental officer from 1981-1984 in Wiesbaden, Germany.
After leaving the Army in 1984, he worked as a clinical instructor in
the Crown and Bridge Department at Emory University School of Dentistry
and later that year began his private dental practice.
Dr. Pace has been a member of the Academy of General Dentistry since 1980
and received Fellowship from the organization in 1985.
Dr. Pace resides in Douglasville, Georgia with his wife Dana. He has three
children and the world's cutest and smartest grandson (just ask him!).
Along with a busy schedule at Austell Dental Associates, he enjoys playing
the piano and organ, gardening, traveling, cooking and fishing. An avid
sports fan, Dr. Pace coached soccer for many years and enjoys watching
baseball, soccer and football.