Meet Our Staff


Amanda is our wonderful office manager! She has been with Village Dental since 2005 and has a vast knowledge about dentistry. She has over 10 years of experience in the dental field. Amanda is a wonderful resource in explaining insurance benefits and estimating coverage of the various procedures. She maintains the pleasant atmosphere and integrity of Village Dental with the utmost respect. She goes out of her to make you feel at home. Amanda is the proud mom of 4 boys and is originally from Marietta, GA. She enjoys time with her family. Amanda will greet you with a wonderful smile each time you visit! 




Caitlin is our delightful and caring dental assistant. She works chairside with Dr. Mehta in the various procedures offered at Village Dental. Caitlin is very helpful in ensuring that our patients understand treatment and have a pleasant experience at each visit. She has a gentle touch and assists you having the best experience possible. Caitlin graduated from Georgia Northwestern Technical College as an Expanded Functions Certified Dental Assistant in December 2013.  She enjoys hiking, working out, and spending time with her friends & family.  She also loves spending time with her baby girl Maci.  

Frankie is our kind and compassionate hygienist. Her gentle yet thorough touch, along with her fun personality and comforting sense of humor, make your hygiene visits a fun experience.  Frankie began her dental career in 2000 as a Certified Dental Assistant, and continued her education to graduate from the Medical College of Georgia as a RDH in 2007 with a Bachelor’s Degree of Dental Hygiene.  She specialized in Pediatric Dentistry for two years, and later specialized in patients with periodontal disease for seven years.  In her “free time”, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two adorable children, going sailing, and hiking, just to name a few.  Frankie finds it very gratifying as a hygienist to give care to her patients in a calm and caring atmosphere where their comfort and well-being are the main concern.