3710 Old Milton Parkway, Suite 101, Alpharetta, GA 30005
Keeping your teeth and gums healthy ensures that you’ll have a beautiful smile and functional teeth throughout your life. With a little help from a skilled general or family dentist, the goal is much easier to obtain.
Instead of focusing on one dental specialty, a general dentist diagnoses and treats a wide range of diseases affecting the teeth and gums. As a primary dental provider, your family dentist keeps your dental health intact throughout all stages of your life.
General family dentistry providers perform tests, corrective procedures and many types of treatments to combat common dental conditions. Your dentist will clean your teeth to remove plaque, fill your cavities, address any hygiene issues that are present, repair damaged teeth, maintain restorations and much more.
We provide the following essential general dentistry services for all of our valued patients.
Patients in good health should visit a general dental office every six months for a routine exam and professional cleaning. People with chronic tooth and gum disease may need more frequent checkups to ensure optimal control.
The cost of any dental visit depends on what types of treatments and tests are performed and the amount covered by the patient’s insurance plan. Contact us for more specific details about pricing and payment options.
Our experienced dentists are available to serve your area. Give us a call to set up an appointment with a compassionate, skilled dental professional who can keep your smile looking and feeling great.
A dentist general practice appointment lasts between 30 minutes and several hours depending on the types of treatments and tests needed to resolve your complaint or restore your dental health.
We want your visit to be easy and positive. You can help by being on time, and bringing your insurance information, a list of your medications and your medical history. If you suffer from severe dental anxiety, let us know so that we can provide extra support.
Common dental conditions may not always have obvious symptoms when they first develop, but a dentist can see them easily. Avoiding the dentist can result in progression of minor tooth and gum problems to stages where they are more complicated and expensive to treat. If your dentist can keep a close eye on your teeth and gums, he or she will detect and treat problems even before symptoms develop. Don’t lose your dental health due to neglect. Schedule an appointment today to get your smile back on track.