• Dr. Victor Koehler



    “This has always been a dream of mine, and instead of buying a house at the beach or mountains like some of my friends have done, I would much rather share with my patients the fruits of 28 years of a successful practice by building Creekside Dentistry.”

    After practicing dentistry in Lithonia for 25 years, Dr. Koehler had a dream of building a new office in Loganville with a total emphasis on the patient. From opening day of May 1, 2006, every decision that has been made and every action taken has been based on one central theme – what is best for the patient. From a relaxing waterfall in the waiting room and televisions in every treatment room, to the staff we hire, and the equipment and materials we select, our goal is to make the patient experience as pleasing as possible. We respect your time as much as ours and we want our commitment to you to be obvious from your first visit.


    B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Georgia
    D.M.D. Degree from the Medical College of Georgia


    American Dental Association
    American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (Sustaining member)
    Georgia Dental Association
    Northern District Dental Society
    Hinman Dental Society

    Service and Volunteering:

    Dr. Koehler has been a volunteer dentist at Hebron Dental clinic for indigent patients in Lawrenceville, the Methodist Children’s Home in Decatur and presently volunteers as a dentist and is on the Board of Directors at the FISH MD Dental Clinic in Monroe. He also donates treatment through National Services for Dentistry for the Handicapped and restores smiles of domestically abused patients through the Give Back a Smile Program.


    Dr. Koehler and his wife Beth, a school psychologist, have been married for over 40 years and have one daughter, Meredith, who is an orthodontist in Buford and married to Brian Dempsey, an optometrist in Loganville. Dr. Koehler enjoys golf and all sports, and playing with his granddaughters, Caroline and Victoria. Dr. Koehler has been Chairman of the Finance Committee and chaired the Church Council at Snellville Methodist Church, is past president of the Rotary Club of Loganville, and is on the Board of Directors of the Loganville Development Authority.