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General Dentistry

With routine care and our prevention-first approach to dentistry, we are proud to have an extensive list of dental solutions that put your complete health in the forefront.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Through our clinically-excellent cosmetic services, attain a smile that enriches your life and boosts your self-confidence – all with your lifestyle, time, and budget in mind.

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Restorative dentistry

Restore the form and function of your teeth while preserving their appearance through the very best possible restorative dentistry solutions dentistry has to offer.

“Was in ATL on business. Temp fell out. Called an hour before closing and they took me in and fixed my tooth. Everyone there was excellent. Amazing experience.”

Pernell C.

Sedation dentistry

Your dental visit doesn’t have to be filled with anxiety. We offer sedation dentistry to help you relax and rest easy.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide sedation, also known as "laughing gas," is inhaled through a mask and produces a state of relaxation throughout treatment. Once treatment is over, nitrous oxide leaves your system for a quick recovery.

IV Sedation

We offer IV sedation for more involved dental surgeries.

Periodontal Dentistry

Prevention and education are the number one tools to fight gum disease, and we take that approach seriously. We'll work with you to find periodontal solutions to fit your needs, budget, and time.

  • Scaling & Root Planing
  • Gum Grafting
  • Bone & Sinus Grafting
  • Gum Contouring
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Sleep Apnea

Snoring, high blood pressure, weight issues, consistently waking up tired, and moodiness are common issues related to sleep apnea. We offer an FDA approved, non-CPAP solution that allows your airway to remain open for an uninterrupted, better night’s sleep.

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Infant Tongue Tie

An infant’s struggle with breastfeeding can often be solved by a lactation consultant or bodyworker helping with posture and latching. However, there are cases when a baby’s lip or tongue are tethered in a way that makes nursing painful or ineffective. In these instances, a release (Frenectomy) of their lip or tongue attachment (frenum) may be necessary.

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We’d love to meet you. Call (678) 355-8980 or request an appointment online to set up your first visit. We’ll be in touch soon.