Is Your Jaw Pain Caused by TMJ Disorder?

When it comes to speaking and eating, your teeth get all the recognition. However, your jaw joint (or TMJ) plays a vital role in these oral functions too. Your TMJ is a special joint that connects your jaw to your skull. It allows you to open and close your mouth, which means you need a…

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Do You Need an Emergency Dentist?

Just like other parts of your body, problems and discomfort can arise within your mouth. Dental concerns can involve a broad range of symptoms and scenarios, but it is important that you can recognize when your dental problem is a dental emergency. Emergency dental care is always available at Dental Care Acworth. In fact, we…

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Ways to Boost Your Oral Health at Home

For many of us, routine has gone out the window. As many families across the nation choose to ‘shelter in place’ and stay at home during the Coronavirus pandemic, it brings a new normal to schedules and daily routines. As an advocate for your dental health, however, we urge patients to not let oral care…

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COVID-19 March 30th Update

We hope this message finds you in good health. As the world adapts to these unusual circumstances from COVID-19, we just wanted to keep you updated. We are continuing to closely follow healthcare guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. We want to reiterate that our commitment is to you,…

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Reasons Adults Choose Orthodontics

With so many options in short-term and clear orthodontics, more and more adults are choosing to straighten their smile. While it may seem like a strict cosmetic decision to straighten your teeth later in life, adult orthodontics offers several benefits towards your oral health and quality of life too! Do you have teeth that are…

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How a Dentist Can Help You Sleep Better

A good night’s sleep is very important to your health. In fact, your body depends on proper amounts of rest each night. Unfortunately, far too many Americans fail to clock in quality sleep. Whether it is yourself or your bed partner, snoring, teeth grinding and sleep apnea episodes can be a major disruption to your…

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Five Reasons to Consider Porcelain Veneers

If you feel self-conscious about the appearance of your smile, you are not alone. Countless patients turn to cosmetic dentistry to correct teeth that are misaligned, stained, misshapen, chipped or gapped. While teeth whitening can deliver temporary brightness to your smile and dental bonding can correct minor imperfections, it is porcelain veneers that can address…

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The Benefits of Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is a specific field of dentistry that focuses on replacing missing teeth. While there are countless ways to protect and repair your natural teeth through all stages of life, there are still times in which tooth loss occurs. Whether you’ve lost a single tooth or a full arch of missing teeth, restorative dentistry…

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Why You Should Always Replace Missing Teeth

Teeth are designed to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. Unless you are a young child losing a baby tooth or a teenager saying goodbye to wisdom teeth, you may lose your natural teeth due to trauma, disease or other unwelcome events. While losing a tooth (or multiple teeth) can be devastating, you…

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Yes, Baby Teeth Do Matter!

Baby teeth, or primary teeth, are the first set of teeth to emerge. While we celebrate their appearance in babies and young toddlers, these teeth don’t stay in the mouth forever. Primary teeth fall out as children grow (typically in the order that they erupted). Adult teeth are soon to replace these primary teeth as…

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