• A Healthy Mouth
    Something to smile about
  • Changing Lives
    One smile at a time
  • Giving Your Family
    More reasons to smile

Welcome to Our Practice

Giving Your Family More Reasons to SMILE! 

Welcome to our office! We appreciate the trust you have placed in us. At Ingleside Dental Associates, our mission is to provide you with high quality dental care in a relaxing, state-of-the-art environment. For more than 50 years, we have taken great satisfaction in helping our patients achieve and maintain a healthy and beautiful smile.

Our practice is devoted to providing patients with a unique family dental experience that is fun, caring, and affordable. Our gentle approach to dental care will comfort even the most anxious patient. We strive to go above and beyond your expectations.

On our website you will find a wealth of information about our practice, the procedures we provide, and dentistry in general. Please explore and learn about our services. We believe our patients should have as much information as possible in order to make informed decisions regarding their oral health and treatment options.

Our patients are our most important asset, and we seek to develop long-lasting, trusting relationships with our patients. Your referrals are welcomed and appreciated. We look forward to seeing you and your family very soon. Welcome to the Ingleside Dental family!

Proudly serving: Macon, Warner Robins, Gray, Forsyth, Perry, Byron, and all of Middle Georgia

Best Of 2016, 2017, 2021, 2022, 2023

Meet the Doctors

  • Dr. Brad Roberson, DMD

    Dr. Brad Roberson is a Macon native. He earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from the University of Georgia in 1995. Dr. Brad attended dental school at The Medical College of Georgia's School of Dentistry in Augusta, Georgia, and earned his DMD degree in 1999. After dental school, Dr. Brad completed an additional general practice residency program in sedation dentistry.

  • Dr. Joey Ellwanger, DMD

    Dr. Joey Ellwanger is a native of Newborn, Georgia. He earned a Bachelors of Science degree summa cum laude in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Berry College in 2017. Dr. Joey attended dental school at The Dental College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, and earned his DMD degree in 2021.


What Our Patients Say About Us

    Took fantastic care of me! I work in customer service & theirs was absolutely top of the line. Made me feel like family & made my smile look great!

    Hannah Sawyer

    I would highly recommend this dental office for all your dental needs both big and small. This office truly treats all their patients like family. They are miracle workers! My smile has totally been transformed. I thought my front teeth were ruined for life and man was I proven wrong. I would like to thank Ingleside Dental Associates for giving me my confidence back and such a beautiful smile.

    Ashley Icard

    Love Dr. Brad and the entire staff at Ingleside Dental. I am extremely phobic so I hadn't been to a dentist in over a decade. I had two teeth pulled, 9 fillings and a major cleaning and they did it all at once under sedation, and it was not bad at all. They were thoughtful enough to ask if getting an IV bothered me and gave me gas to calm me before they even did that. I never once felt like my fear was dismissed or belittled - exactly the opposite. Thank you for improving my quality of life by fixing my painful teeth painlessly! 

    Angel Giddens Caldwell

    Dr. Brad Roberson and his staff are kind, loving and gentle! They go above and beyond to make me feel comfortable and safe. The best of the best!

    Vicki Coleman

    We just wanted to say thank you for all you have done for Chad and myself. We are truly amazed at the way you all treat your patients. You are all filled with compassion and thoughtfulness, and we greatly appreciate it! Thank you all once again.

    The Olivers

    I just wanted to let you guys know that every experience I have with y'all is extraordinary! From Vicki at the front, to Drs. at the final steps, your whole staff is always so kind, patient, and always has a smile to bring! I appreciate all that you do and I can't imagine going to any other dental office!

    Nicki Freeman

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  • Root Canal Treatment

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