Society seems to push the idea of having straight white teeth as the highest standard of beauty. But in all honesty, few people are born with teeth that look that great. Is there anything wrong with just being content with and proud of the smile you were born with? Imperfect Teeth, Perfect Smile! The most […]
Gum recession can give the undesirable impression of having long yellow teeth. Receding gumlines also has more serious consequences, making teeth very sensitive and exposed to cavities. If you are already suffered from receding gums, then you may be hoping they’ll grow back. Gum Recession – Not Reversible, But Still Preventable Unfortunately, once your gums […]
Tonsil stones, or tonsiliths, are small deposits that form in pits on tonsils and other areas in the throat. These deposits are a combination of food, bacteria, and other debris found in the mouth. They form over time and can harden or calcify if they aren’t removed. Not everyone gets tonsil stones but if you […]
1955 Cliff Valley Way NE #100
Brookhaven, GA 30329
Providing oral and overall health benefits, professional teeth cleanings and dental checkups help prevent tooth decay, cavities and ultimately tooth loss, while brightening one’s smile.
1815 Old 41 Hwy NW, Ste 310 | Kennesaw, GA 30152
Located in Kennesaw, Georgia, Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates provides general dental cleanings and checkups for children as well as adults of all ages. We are a comprehensive family dental practice and we offer a full range of preventative, general, restorative and cosmetic dental services. Our practice is comprised of a qualified, experienced dentist, Dr. Hamir Contractor, and a staff of dedicated dental support professionals. We are committed to providing the highest quality dental care possible in a warm and caring environment. Dental cleanings and checkups are vital to achieving and maintaining good overall dental health. It is recommended that most patients receive dental cleanings and checkups every six months. If you have dental issues such as tooth decay or periodontal disease, you may need to see a dentist more often.