What is an Endodontist?

An endodontist is a specialist in saving teeth. In particular, they are specialists in working with the pulp in your teeth. When you break down the word endodontics, "endo" means inside and "odont" means tooth.
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dental implants

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Dental implants are growing more and more popular, and that's not because they're a fad. It's because dental implants are the most effective and natural looking way to replace lost teeth. Wondering about the process? Here's what happens if you decide to get dental implants.

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affordable dentures

Getting Affordable Dentures at Suwanee Family Dentistry

If you are missing teeth, dentures help you to regain a smile that looks beautiful and teeth that function just like natural teeth. Unfortunately, however, dentures can sometimes be expensive. At Suwanee Center for Family Dentistry, we work with our patients to help them get affordable dentures. Here's a look at what we offer.

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children's dentist

Why You Should See a Children’s Dentist

As a parent, you want your child to get the best care possible, and when it comes to dental care, you should take your child to see a children's dentist. For most children, having appointments with a children's or family dentist is a better option than just seeing a general dentist. There are multiple reasons why.

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pediatric dentist

Our Pediatric Dentist has Tips for Baby and Toddler Dental Care

Dental care for your children should start even before their first tooth erupts. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children see a pediatric dentist by their first birthday or within six months of getting their first tooth. As a parent, here a few other essentials you need to know.
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7 Signs Your Child Should See an Orthodontist

As a parent, you want the best for your child, and to that end, it's important to keep an eye out for your child's orthodontic needs. Wondering if your child needs to see an orthodontist? Here are some signs to keep in mind.
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dentistry for children

The Importance of Early Dentistry for Children

Almost everyone knows that regular dental visits are important for healthy teeth and gums, but parents are often surprised to learn that the American Dental Association recommends that children should have their first dental visit before their first birthday. Early dentistry for children is extremely important. The first teeth will fall out as the child gets older, but these early visits to the dentist set your child up for a lifetime of good teeth.

Learn why you should consider scheduling your child’s first dentist visit earlier than you may have thought.
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root canal

How to Prepare for a Root Canal

The phrase "root canal" used to be synonymous with pain and fear, but that's a thing of the past. Dental pain relief has come a long way over the years, and now, it's easy to get a root canal without feeling a thing. Here's what you need to know about this procedure.
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