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Why is flossing so important?

We always tell our John’s Creek dental patients that it is important to floss your teeth every day to keep your mouth healthy. While you know that brushing your teeth at least twice a day is important, but what about flossing? It’s just as important and that doesn’t mean only a couple days a year

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Enamel Erosion

Among the reasons why people suffer from sensitive teeth, one of the most common is enamel erosion. Enamel is the substance that makes up the outermost layer of the teeth. It is the hardest substance in the body and it protects the sensitive dentin layer and pulp. However, once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. Fortunately,

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Visit Us for Regular Check-ups!

Visit Us for Regular Check-ups! If you want to keep your teeth and gums healthy, it’s important to make regular visits to Grady Dental Care. One of the most basic services we perform daily in the office is a routine dental cleaning, and if your gums are healthy it’s recommended we see you twice a

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Sensitivity After a Filling or Crown?

If you’ve ever had dental pain after a filling or crown, you know how frustrating this situation can be. Did something go wrong? Is it normal? Rest assured, “post-operative sensitivity” is one of the most common complaints after dental work. Depending on the type, timing and severity of pain, it can indicate a few potential

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How to Clean Your Orthodontic Retainer

How to Clean Your Orthodontic Retainer Grady Dental Care fabricates all sorts of orthodontic retainers, mouth guards, etc. for our patients on a daily basis and the following discussion reviews care of these appliances. People should clean their retainer, by gently brushing with a soft-bristled brush, every time they brush their teeth. A more extensive

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Have you Considered a Dental Implant to Replace your Missing Tooth?

Have you Considered a Dental Implant to Replace your Missing Tooth? Dental implants were developed in the early ’70s as a technique to replace a single or multiple missing teeth as an alternative to bridgework or partial dentures.  Since then, placing and restoring dental implants has nearly become a perfected science. Thousands are placed around

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Want to Prevent Cavities This Year? Start Here!

Want to Prevent Cavities This Year? Start Here! Was 2016 a terrible year for your oral health? In fact, were you diagnosed with more cavities than usual?  If so, you may have been glad to learn that modern restorations allow dentists to help address most cavities quickly and with cosmetically-appealing results. That said, you likely

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Tooth-Friendly Foods for Kids

Technology and our knowledge concerning cavity prevention has never been greater, so why do children continue to develop cavities at an alarming rate?  The main reason behind this is irregular and ignored care by their parents when it comes to proper oral hygiene and diet. Kids need strong, healthy teeth to chew their food, speak,

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5 Reasons Why Cosmetic Dentistry is Beneficial

There is no doubt that people suffering from poor oral health and dental problems find reasons to avoid smiling. People whose smile is ideal, whether its natural or after completing cosmetic dentistry, don’t need a reason to laugh. We find that they cannot stop smiling and are proud to show off their pearly whites. Nowadays

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Safeguarding Your Child’s Smile

I wish I could tell you there was a foolproof way to protect your child from ever chipping their tooth or damaging their smile but there is no way to prevent child’s play, and accidents are inevitable. Each day my three-year-old daughter is pushing limits, jumping higher, running further and faster. It is a bittersweet

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