Finding a good dentist is a big deal. You want to trust the person who is taking care of your teeth and gums, to feel comfortable in their dental office, to enjoy the company of their team, to know that your oral health is in good hands, no matter the circumstances. When your Johns Creek dentist delivers in these areas, you have plenty to be thankful for – there is no underestimating the importance of a good relationship with your dentist.
Family & Cosmetic Dental Care is proud to support the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation for the third year by serving as a toy drop location for the Johns Creek area. Donations of new, unwrapped toys can be made in person at our dental office at 2627 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 440 in Suwanee, Georgia, Mondays through Thursdays from December 2, 2019, through December 18, 2019, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There is a special need for gifts for girls ages 10 and up and for newborns to 2-year-olds.
If you’re serious about your holiday card preparation, your family photo shoot is probably scheduled for right about now. While your outfits and theme might be well-planned, are your teeth ready for their close-up? Kick off this holiday season with a smile makeover that will make you look better than ever and help you exude all that holiday joy.
Nearly everyone has found themselves grinding or clenching their teeth at one time or another, often during stressful periods. Some people, however, suffer from chronic temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems, and this can cause pain, discomfort, and oral health problems that require restorative dentistry treatments and other interventions. The month of November is dedicated to TMJ awareness, so patients understand the importance of this joint and what can be done to fix the TMJ when it isn’t working properly.
If you want teeth that look better, feel better, and work better, you don’t have to undergo major dental work. Sometimes, the smallest tweaks and changes are all you need for a smile makeover that renews your self-confidence and improves your appearance.
Even though you can get pretty much any candy you want any time of year, there is something about Halloween candy that makes it irresistible. Adults and kids indulge again and again, not just on October 31, and that overabundance of sweet stuff is dangerous for teeth. Keep in mind the dos and don’ts of Halloween candy-eating from your Johns Creek dentist and you can enjoy the holiday without being haunted by a toothache, or worse.
It’s almost Halloween and that means candy is everywhere. We beg you not to devour your entire haul, though, for the sake of your teeth, and for a good cause: Family & Cosmetic Dental Care will hold our 10th Annual Halloween Candy Buyback from Monday, November 4 through Thursday, November 7, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m., collecting unopened sweets to donate to Operation Gratitude, and paying you for your generosity.
Porcelain veneers are an investment. They are on the higher-end of cosmetic dentistry treatments when it comes to cost, and they are often considered the smile makeover of the stars because so many celebrities perfect their smiles with veneers. If you admire the teeth of famous folks, though, then you’re already among the converted – you know veneers work magic, and you can reap the rewards of this smile upgrade in Johns Creek.
Dr. Patel is turning the big 4-0 later this month and wants to celebrate this birthday with YOU and the charity of your choice! He will be gifting three special people as his way of thanking all of our patients and community for your many years of support! It’s super easy to be entered to … Read more
A recent news story reported that a 25-year-old woman ended up in the emergency room with fatigue, shortness of breath, and… she was turning blue. The cause? Using large amounts of topical benzocaine – to try to stop the pain of a toothache. While an incredibly rare side effect, the attempt to compensate for tooth pain created unnecessary suffering and a hospital stay for a patient who could have simply seen her dentist for her toothache instead of trying to numb the pain. Because the reality is, you can’t fix a toothache with any over-the-counter pain relievers. You need a dentist.