Meet Dr. Kathy Huber


Kathy Huber, DDS, is a dental professional who has the education, experience, and compassion to deliver the highest level of oral health available anywhere.

Dr. Huber was born and raised in the small farming community of Calmar, Iowa. She and her siblings learned the family values of honesty, integrity, and problem-solving from her parents. After earning a Bachelor of Science, she obtained her dental degree at the University of Iowa in 1979. Later that year she launched her career as an associate in Snellville. Two years later, she opened her own practice in Snellville.

Dr. Huber has also been recognized and invited to become a member of the most prestigious dental associations and orders. For more than 20 years, she has been an active member in the Thomas P. Hinman Dental Society, headquartered in Atlanta and respected around the world. She has also been an active member in the Georgia Dental Association for more than 25 years.

As a member of the Northern District Dental Society, she has chaired positions and received the prestigious President’s Award from the GDA. In 1995, she was awarded fellowship in the prestigious Academy of General Dentistry, and in 2003, she was inducted into the International College of Dentistry. In 2006, Dr. Huber was invited to join the Pierre Fauchard Academy, an honorary organization that recognizes dentists for excellence in dental practice, research, leadership, and public service.

Kathy Huber also believes strongly in giving back to the community. For more than five years, Dr. Huber has helped lead the effort and is a dental advisor for the Hebron House community health clinic, which provides dental care for the less fortunate in Lawrenceville.

She and her fellow dentists have helped to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Gwinnett Hospital Foundation through Brighter Smiles for a Brighter Future, an annual fundraising effort. Following the Haitian earthquake, Dr. Huber and her hygienist Paula Cady spent a week in Haiti treating the dental needs of victims and local residents. She also regularly donates her time to GMOM, Georgia Missions of Mercy, which provides dental treatment to thousands of the less fortunate.

Dr. Huber and her husband David Sitz live in Grayson and have three children: Erin, who is married and practicing dentistry; Paul, who is also married and an executive with AirWatch; and Kate, who is attending Georgia Southern University. Dr. Huber and her family have been active members of St. Oliver Plunkett Catholic Church in Snellville for more than 25 years.

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