Paul Isler, D.D.S.

In memory of Dr. Paul Isler

Dr. Paul Isler passed away unexpectedly on June 28, 2020.  Dr. Isler practiced dentistry for 50 years. Born in Bellerose, Queens, New York City, on November 13, 1944, he graduated from Wagner College on Staten Island, NY, and went on to Georgetown University School of Dentistry in Washington, D.C. After dental school, he served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy at Great Lakes Naval Base. He moved to Atlanta and for more than 45 years was active in the Atlanta dental community, receiving numerous honors, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hinman Dental Society. Paul held many leadership positions in the Hinman, including General Chairman. He served on the Board of the Medical College of Georgia and was a member of the International College of Dentistry. As a life-long learner, he was proud of his membership in the Atlanta Dental Study Club. Paul was committed to excellence in dentistry and was highly respected in the dental community. He loved being a dentist, and he truly loved his patients and his staff. 

Dr. Isler had retired the week before passing away, and had chosen Dr. Sayeg and Start Smiling Dental to care for his patients. We are honored to take over where he left off, providing his patients with the same level of care they had received from Dr. Isler. 


"Paul Isler -Terrific dentist and wonderful staff!"



"5 ⭐️ for Dr. Isler, Jamie and Kim. Thank you for everything! 😊❤️"



"Jamie is the best hygienist ever. She takes her time and gives me expert attention. Jamie is very knowledgeable and I have confidence that she does a perfect detailed cleaning of my teeth. Dr. Isler has been my dentist for 45 years and that says it all!"



"Always highly professional and friendly place. Dr. Isler and staff are outstanding."



"The truth is for many years now it's always been my great pleasure to visit with and be treated by Dr. Isler and his professional staff. Yesterday's visit was no exception, except for the acknowledgement that Dr. isler will likely be retiring, bringing to a close the practice of the greatest dentist the world has ever known. If you care to know how this can leave you feeling, listen to the farewell symphonies of MAHLER."



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