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Get Those Fillings Before the Year Ends – Here’s Why!

September 17, 2021

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Tooth-colored dental filling

No one looks forward to getting a filling, but it isn’t a punishment for anything. Getting a filling is sometimes necessary in order to prevent additional oral health issues in the future, including tooth loss. If you have been told that you’re in need of fillings in Marietta, you should strongly consider getting this done before the end of the year. By doing so, you can prevent dental problems and maximize your dental insurance benefits. Continue reading to learn the consequences of waiting.


3 Children’s Dental Health Facts for Parents

July 13, 2021

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Young girl at appointment for children’s dentistryLet’s face it, children don’t come with an instruction manual. Sure, you can find plenty of guides to help you through the first few years, but many of them overlook a crucial component to your child’s health and development. Besides creating a sleep schedule and providing a nutritious diet, their smile needs care from an early age, too. Although you know you’re supposed to brush and floss their teeth, there might be a few key factors you’re overlooking. Here are 3 facts from your family dentist about children’s dentistry every parent should know.


What Is the Cause of a Gummy Smile?

June 22, 2021

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Person showing gummy smile

Are you happy with the way your smile looks? It is estimated that about 10% of young adults out there feel like their smile appears to be too “gummy” and feel self-conscious when showing off their pearly whites. There are many reasons why this occurs, but you don’t always need to settle for it. Continue reading to learn more about the causes of a gummy smile and what your dentist can do to reduce this.


How BOTOX Could Help Reduce the Appearance of Facial Scars

April 18, 2021

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Man receiving BOTOX to treat facial scars

Over the past several years, more and more dentists have been incorporating other cosmetic treatments into their practice as a way to complement services dedicated to enhancing smiles. This includes BOTOX, a type of injection used to reduce facial lines around the eyes, mouth, and forehead. Now, researchers are confirming just how effective BOTOX treatments can be at managing facial scars as well. Learn why they may start to become more common following surgery and what can be done today to improve your overall appearance!


NightLase: Fight Sleep Apnea with Laser Therapy

March 8, 2021

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Waking up refreshed after sleep apnea treatment with NightLase

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a disorder characterized by repeated pauses in breathing throughout the night. It occurs when tissues in the throat overrelax and hinder the free flow of air. Physicians often recommend CPAP therapy as the best sleep apnea treatment, while dentists tend to favor oral appliance therapy. But did you know there is another noninvasive treatment that may help? Let’s talk about why treating OSA is so important and how you may be able to benefit from NightLase laser therapy.


Turn Back the Clock With Cosmetic Dentistry

December 10, 2020

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woman looking at results with Marietta cosmetic dentist

The past year has been a wild ride for all of us, and if you’re like many others, you may be feeling a bit worn and in need of somer rejuventation. The good news is that your Marietta cosmetic dentist offers a multitude of treatments that can help you look and feel younger. Keep reading to find out the different ways you can give your smile some self-care this year and start off 2021 feeling refreshed and more youthful.


4 Reasons to Use Your Dental Insurance Benefits Before the Year Ends

September 17, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — thornton @ 10:19 pm
dental insurance form on dark brown wooden table

Have you seen your dentist for a checkup twice this year? If not, time is quickly running out. Most dental insurance policies reset on January 1st, making you lose any benefits you haven’t used yet. While you might not want to spend any time at your dentist’s office during the holiday season, here are four reasons that maximizing your dental insurance coverage before the end of the year could benefit your oral health and your wallet.


Get Fuller Lips with Facial Aesthetics Laser Therapy

July 7, 2020

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Woman with full lips after laser therapy.In today’s world, full and shapely lips are a mark of beauty. Unfortunately, not everyone is born with plump lips. If you’re among those who have thin lips, there are several treatments to enhance their size, like Botox and dermal fillers. While they are effective, you have another option. Laser therapy is a non-invasive solution to fix thin lips, whether caused by genetics or age. You can give your smile the boost it needs without injections or surgery.


Can Dental Implants Replace Front Teeth?

June 9, 2020

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older man in blue polo and fedora smiling with dental implants

You recently had to get one of your front teeth extracted due to severe decay. Now there’s this giant gap in your smile that makes you incredibly self-conscious. You’re afraid to laugh, talk, or even grin in front of other people for fear of them judging you for your missing tooth. You may have heard about dental implants as a method of replacing lost teeth, but can they be used to replace front teeth? keep reading below to find out.


Saying Hello: Fun Greetings to Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic

May 13, 2020

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Patient greeting dentist in Marietta, GA

Your dental team does more than just clean your teeth. They consider you to be a part of their dental family and want to know you as an individual. There’s nothing that they like more than greeting you with a handshake or a hug and catching up on your life. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they are refraining from any close contact to keep you safe. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t share a fun greeting with them. Consider some of these no-touch ways of saying hello during the next appointment with your dentist.

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