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See a Specialist? Absolutely – Dentist Sandy Springs

There are two types of dentistry today.  One is traditional dentistry targeting the oral hygiene and prevention of oral diseases, tooth decay, etc., by diagnosis and routine oral treatment.  Its focus is maintenance oriented and a percentage which is covered by insurance.  The other and most recent is cosmetic dentistry, aiming to improve the appearance

Oral Cancer – Sandy Springs Dentist

In 2015 more than 43,250 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer and approximately 8,000 to 10,000 will die of the disease.  According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) oral cancer, which is more common than leukemia, Hodgkin’s disease, and cancers of the brain, liver, bone, thyroid gland, stomach, ovaries, and cervix, is a major cause

How To Find a Good Dentist? Sandy Springs

That’s really a tough question.  And for our practice (in Sandy Springs, GA) it’s even more difficult because we don’t advertise using conventional methods.  Ninety-five (95%) percent or more of our patients are referral based, either from an existing patient or another referring dentist. Given our history and experience, we recommend asking for referrals from

From Idealization to Realization | Dentist Sandy Springs, GA

#dentistsandysprings This process identifies what you would like to see your ideal smile look like to implementing a plan that realizes what, how and when you can get there.  All told, it requires experts to determine what should be done to approximate the ideal as closely as possible to avoid a less than optimal result

Why Conserve Water When Brushing? – Dentist Sandy Springs

Because we all need to do our part.  But also, because it will pay for your home dental care.  Water is taken for granted by most people in the US, but water is quickly become an at risk commodity because of our wasteful habits.  According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “The average bathroom faucet