By Eden Tomberlin
Spillers Orthodontics

Spillers Orthodontics celebrated the opening of its new, state-of-the-art Macon office on Friday, March 15, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The new building is the first in an area that will be developed into a professional office park.

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Spillers Orthodontics and the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon on their new office. Photo courtesy Spillers Orthodontics.

Located at 5555 New Forsyth Road, the 7,900 square-foot building includes ten patient treatment bays, an in-house lab, 3D imaging, 3D scanning, 3D printing capabilities, and the most up-to-date technology and systems that enable Spillers Orthodontics to deliver the best orthodontic care possible.

The idea for an office in Macon came about in 2014 when Dr. Spillers began serving the Macon community by completing the orthodontic treatment of Dr. Toof Boone’s patients after his passing. “The feedback we received from patients and their family members was inspiring,” says Dr. Spillers. “They were happy we were there. They wanted us in Macon to continue their treatment and their family’s treatment. It opened our eyes to a need.”

Due to continued requests to become a permanent fixture in Macon, plans were put in motion to construct a new, state-of-the-art facility. Both Dr. Don Spillers and Dr. Adam Gordon will see patients at the new Macon office as well as their office in Warner Robins.

“We are excited to have this top-notch facility from which to provide world-class orthodontic care to residents in Macon and the surrounding areas. We have the experience and technology to provide amazing results and an experience like no other,” says Dr. Adam Gordon.

The Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce helped host the ribbon cutting. Project contractor Chuck Stroud of Stroud and Company, Kevin Walsh of Azar & Walsh Architecture and Cleve Cunningham of Cunningham & Company Engineers were in attendance to commemorate the special occasion.



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