No matter the age of the patient, our single most commonly asked question about orthodontic treatment is “How long will […]
If you suspected you had broken a bone, wouldn’t you seek care as soon as possible? A dental emergency deserves […]
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Canton, GA dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
One of the easiest things you can do to improve the look of your smile, and your overall self-confidence, is to whiten your teeth. However, it’s not always easy for folks with sensitive teeth. In this blog post, we’ll explore some options for whitening with sensitive teeth.
There are many wonderful things about Valentine’s Day. We want our patients to make informed choices when it comes to their teeth. Read our blog post where we share our three favorite dentist and Cupid-approved treats that not only taste great but can protect your pearly whites.
Gum disease is common, but that doesn’t mean it’s not serious. You may have been told at a recent dental appointment that you have it but aren’t sure what that means. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease, including symptoms, treatment and prevention.
What if we said that you could get straight teeth without the wait? We are proud to offer Six Month Smiles®, a revolutionary way to straighten your teeth in just half a year. Read our blog post to learn more about this exciting treatment.
The holidays are stressful enough, don’t let them wreck your teeth! Check out our blog post for five tips to help ensure your smile stays sparkling through the new year.
With summer over and autumn making itself at home, it means it’s time for Halloween, candy, and holiday treats. You’ve no doubt heard that candy is bad for your teeth, but do you know why exactly? Check out our blog post where we go over the facts.
Gum recession is a gradual process in which your gum slowly pulls back from the tooth over time. While you may not immediately notice gum recession, some of the early warning signs include increased tooth sensitivity and teeth that appear longer. Read our blog post to learn about the common causes of gum recession.