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200 Galleria Parkway, SE
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Atlanta, Georgia 30339 Secure Online Payments
  

Prevention of dental problems begins with regular visits to your Dental Hygienist!  A plan of preventative dentistry is the most important service we offer.

Regular preventative care is essential in maintaining your beautiful smile.  At Aesthetic & Implant Dentistry of Atlanta we place a great deal of importance on regular dental checkups and cleanings.  A preventative care program includes regular oral exams, cleanings, digital X-Rays and oral cancer screenings.  Depending on the condition of your teeth, gums, and recommendation by Dr. Zelby, your hygiene appointments  will be scheduled every three to six months.  During your visit you will be seen by one of our highly-trained and educated hygienist who will provide you with all aspects of your preventative care.  

While having yoour teeth cleaned you may choose to snuggle with a soft fleece blanket and eliminate tension by listing to our great selection of music on Bose Sound Canceling headphones.  Smile and relax ---  you will find your scheduled cleanings become like a trip to the spa!

All of our dental hygienists are caring, compassionate patient educators and will be happy to answer any question concerning proper care of your teeth.

  • Proper Brushing and Flossing Techniques
  • Oral Health Nutrition
  • Periodontal Care
  • Fluoride Treatment 
  • Cosmetic Whitening  - Zoom2 Power Whitening!
  • Oral Cancer Screening -  VEL-scope
  • Rodotent  -  Electronic Toothbrush recommended by AIDA
  • Hydrofloss -  Recommended for our Periodontal patients

The purpose of your regular examinations and dental cleanings are not only to clean your teeth, but to have a thorough examination of your teeth, mouth, and gums.  Recent studies have confirmed that there is an undeniable mouth-body connection. Many systemic diseases have manifestations in the mouth. For example, patients suffering from diabetes may show a higher rate of dental caries (cavities). Patients who suffer from heart disease are more likely to suffer from periodontal disease. Some oral conditions can also lead to the discovery of an undiagnosed disease. The blood that runs through your body also runs through your teeth. This can lead to the transfer of bacteria associated with certain diseases. In regular preventive care appointments your hygienist will track any changes in your mouth and teeth.

Our staff is OSHA
and CDC certified.


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