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Atlanta Dentist

woman smiling on blue background“Cheese!” We all like to show off our teeth proudly when taking a picture. Good dental health is vital in achieving a nice bright healthy smile. Atlanta Smiles and Wellness, dentists in the Atlanta area, can help you! General dentists are the primary dental care providers for patients of all ages. They treat you and care for your overall oral health. Your dental health can factor into other areas of your life also. General dentists take responsibility for checking up on you, diagnosing any problems and the treatment to fix any potential problems. For more serious problems that might require oral surgery, your general dentist might work with another specialist to help you get the results needed.

There are literally hundreds of different procedures that can help your oral health or fix any problems you might have. Most dentists are trained in multiple areas of dentistry so they can provide treatment to multiple problems. Here’s a small list to help you understand just a few of the procedures that Atlanta dentists perform on patients.

  • Cosmetic procedures
  • Crowns and bridges
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures
  • Gum disease treatment
  • Home care instruction
  • Mouthguards
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Oral surgery
  • Orthodontics
  • Partial dentures
  • Restorative care
  • Root canal therapy
  • Sealants
  • Teeth cleanings
  • Tobacco cessation
  • TMD/TMJ therapy

Dentist in Atlanta

Dr. Dina Giesler and Dr. Marianna Kovitch, dentists in the Atlanta area, are highly educated and very professional. Every dentist is required to complete 4 years of dental school, and three or more years of undergraduate college education degree. After graduation, dentists must take a licensure examination. The examination is required by the state in which that certain dentist will be practicing.

If you’re looking for a dependable Atlanta area dentist, give Atlanta Smiles and Wellness a call today! Unfortunately, tooth decay, cavities, and other oral issues are a part of life. Staying on top of your appointments, though, can catch issues early before they cause anymore unnecessary damage. So be sure to go see your dentist at least twice a year for your usual checkups and a good routine cleaning. It does a lot more thank you think! As most of us know, we should be brushing at least twice a day. Usually in the morning and again before we head to bed. Don’t be in a rush either, take enough time brushing to ensure you do a thorough job. A fluoride based toothpaste is usually recommended by most dentists in Atlanta. A soft bristled brush that fits your mouth comfortably is also a good idea! Let’s be honest, most of us don’t floss daily (which we should be doing). Floss daily! You don’t reach those tight spaces between your teeth with most toothbrushes. Flossing daily and brushing twice a day will keep you out of the dentist and keep your bank account a bit bigger by preventing you making unnecessary trips to the dentist.

Don’t forget about those two trips for checkups and cleaning. Even if you don’t need to see the dentist, it will prevent some problems, diagnose any issues, and your mouth will feel amazing after a good through cleaning. From time to time, problems will occur and we might require some other dental work. You might need to go see your local Atlanta dentist if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms: swollen, tender or red gums, bleeding gums after flossing or brushing, permanent teeth that are becoming loose, constant bad breath or a bad taste in your mouth, gums that are being pulled away from your teeth, etc. Those are a few examples of times you should schedule an appointment with your dentists and get a good checkup scheduled. If you follow these tips and hints though, hopefully we can help keep you from going to the dentist for anything other than a checkup and routine cleaning.

Dentists in the Atlanta area, Dr. Giesler and Dr. Kovitch, are here to help you and help you keep your oral health in tip top condition. So if you and your family are new in town, or simply have never really settled on a general, family, or cosmetic dentist, call us today! We can help! It will be well worth it in the long run and it will keep those teeth white, gums healthy and breathe pleasant. So say “cheese” and be proud to smile wide for your next photo op.

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