Our practice is currently open and seeing both new and existing patients during COVID-19, however, due to social distancing and other precautions we ask patients to make an appointment by phone, email, or the form below. Please call (770) 299-4905 or submit an online request below. At the time of your appointment, we will be utilizing curbside check-in, assessing for fever, and providing masks to all patients. If you're experiencing respiratory symptoms, fever, or think you may be ill, please delay your dental appointment and see your medical provider for further guidance.
It’s natural and sugar free, so you might think ice is harmless. But munching on hard, frozen cubes can chip or even crack your teeth. And if your mindless chomping irritates the soft tissue inside a tooth, regular toothaches may follow. Hot foods and cold foods may trigger quick, sharp jabs of pain or a lingering toothache. Next time you get the urge for ice, chew some sugarless gum instead.