2500 Old Alabama Road, Suite 7      Roswell, GA 30075
            

        


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$350 Zoom
Whitening

90 minute in office whitening

**$300 after mail-in rebate**


$89 New Patient Special

New Patients ONLY
includes Comprehensive Exam
Full Mouth set of X-Rays and regular cleaning.

**If extensive cleaning is required, an additional fee will be charged.**


 

 

 

 

 

Regular dental visits are essential to make sure oral health problems — from tooth decay to oral cancer — are detected and treated in a timely manner. At our office, your oral health is our paramount concern. We want to make sure your teeth stay healthy, function well and look great! From regular cleanings and exams to advanced restorative treatments, all of your routine dental needs can be met right here.

Services we offer include:


Emergency Dental Treatment

We treat a variety of dental emergencies including tooth aches, broken or chipped teeth, oral and dental infections, and cosmetic emergencies.  Please call our office for assistance.  If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room.  


Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is a solution for patients who are afraid of the dentist or have time restraints and wuold like more efficient dentistry. Sedation dentists help patients feel as comfortable as possible using well established and proven protocols with a variety of sedation medications administered orally and sublingually (under the tongue). These protocols can be customized for the patient's individual emotional and physical needs.

Top 10 Questions About Sedation Dentistry

  1. Do other people feel just like me?

            Many people are just like you. Dental procedures can be unpleasant and heighten anxiety in an individual-but they don't want to be judged. People who are nervous about dentistry just want their fear to go away. And thankfully, there are many trained professionals who want that too. Which is why sedation dentistry exists.

        2. Is it too late to fix my teeth?

            The condition of your mouth is not an end. It's a starting point. We've all experienced the shame and anxiety that can well up when you realize it's been a little longer than six months since your last cleaning. Sadly, for too many, the deterioration of oral health is not an incentive to visit the dentist but rather a deterrent. No matter how long it has been since your last visit to the dentist-it's never too late to turn things around. And sedationcare.com is an excellent starting point.

        3. Will it hurt?

            No. If you opt for sedation, you'll be treated by trained professionals who can expertly gauge and calibrate the medication you receive based on your specific health profile. 

        4. Will I be left alone at any point?

            Never. From the moment you pick up the phone to inquire about asedation appointment, to the moment you leave the practive, you will never be alone. A sedation dentistry team will always be present to attend to any of your needs or concerns. We're here for your emotional support as you make the choice to proceed.

        5. What if I have a medical condition? Will I still be able to use sedation dentistry?

            Sedation dentistry is not just about providing medication. It is about having a nuanced and powerful understanding of the science behind sedation. Many sedation dentists put in dozens-if not hundreds of hours of continuing education to intricately study sedation. To understand precisely how different medications affect different people. And most importantly, to determine a treatment plan that will work best for you. In the event that the particular sedation dentist you select does not have the resources to treat you, they will find someone who CAN treat you.

        6. What about money? How much does sedation cost?

            Sedation practices are well-trained in helping patients navigate unique financial situations: what treatment you'll need, and what options will make a difference when it comes to making your appointment(s) as affordable as possible. The cost of sedation varies depending on the level of sedation, the expertise and demographic factors.Typically, sedation medication itself is not covered by insurace and the cost can range anywhere from $100-$500. 

        7. Will I be aware of my surroundings? Will I be in control?

            Sedation dentistry was developed with patient comfort in mind. Therefore you'll always be sonscious, responsive and able to tell your dentist and team what you need. 

        8. How long will the medication last?

            Typically, the medication will be entirely worn off by the morning following your treatment. It is important to have a companion escort you home-and that both of you stay home until the following morning. The lenght of the medication will vary based on how much is administered in the first place, and how quickly the patient metabolizes it. 

        9. Will sedation help me save time?

            Yes. Using sedation often saves you time, and in turn, money. More dentistry can be completed in fewer appointments. 

        10. Is sedation dentistry safe?

            Yes. Sedation dentists are trained professionals who have completed continuing education and met stringent requirements to administer sedation. They have extensive knowledge of the science behind sedation and understand the nuance and customization each unique treatment plan requires. Sedation dentists are just as committed to safety as they are to the comfort of their patients. They do not focus on a single aspect of wellbeing, but rather, make it their top priority to ensure their patients are wholly safe, comfortable, and happy-no matter what. 


Facilities and Equipment

  • Digital X-rays
  • Invisalign
  • Implants
  • Periodontal (Gum treatment)
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Endodontics (Root Canals)
  • iTero Element (putt-free digital impressions)