Meet Dr. Stewart Helton
Dedicated to helping those in his community.
From Creekside Patient to Loganville Cosmetic Dentist
Dr. Helton is a general dentist that enjoys all aspects of dentistry. He returned to his hometown to join his own Dentist, Dr. Vic Koehler. Dr. Helton became interested in dentistry while attending Brookwood High School. He takes time to get to know every patient and strives to make every patient’s experience a great one.
Dr. Helton is from Grayson, GA and a graduate of Brookwood High School. Dr. Helton competed in Track and Field, Cross Country and Wrestling. He was an 8-time letterman. Dr. Helton continued to compete in Track and Field and Cross Country at Columbus State University. He competed at the NCAA National Championship twice and was a two-time All-American. While attending Columbus State, Dr. Helton was a member of Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. He was also President of the University’s American Medical Student Association. Following Columbus State, Dr. Helton attended the Medical College of Georgia where he completed his Doctorate of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Helton has completed advanced training in implant dentistry as well as oral surgery. He is the former President of Wilmer Eames Dental study club that is comprised of top Atlanta Metro Area Dentist. Dr. Helton is currently the President of Kiwanis Club of Loganville. He enjoys being active in the community and volunteering to give back. Dr. Helton volunteers every month at FISH MD in Monroe to help local residents with their dental needs. In his free time, Dr. Helton enjoys running, hiking, mountain biking, and snow skiing.
Dr. Helton's Credentials
‘‘My first visit yesterday confirmed I have found a new dental practice home. The front office girls were very welcoming and friendly, Tiffany, my hygienist, was awesome and made me feel like we were friends, and Dr. Helton was great too. I am looking forward to the rest of my family getting in next week to have their teeth cleaned and to meet everyone.’’
Mel C. (Actual Creekside Patient)