Dentist in Alpharetta

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A fleet of dentists and oral surgeons at various dental offices have banded together with one aim: to keep Georgians' smiles as bright and healthy as possible. Managed by the same business, each Dental Practice Group of Atlanta office has its own name and staff. Patients at each location recline in comfy chairs as licensed dentists and experienced technicians remove excess plaque, inspect gums for signs of disease, and x-ray chompers for cavities. Available at every office, Venus White teeth-whitening treatments improve upon pearly whites' luminescence and ability to serve as a projection surface for miniature film festivals.

401 S Main St
Alpharetta,
GA
US

After graduating from Howard University College of Dentistry, Dr. Jeremy Simms Alexander headed south and opened Premier Dental Atlanta. Here, his general dentistry services range from routine cleanings to more complex procedures such as root canals. Dr. Alexander and his staff also provide KöR teeth whitening and Invisalign treatments, which if used together can give you the aligned, white smile needed to run for county comptroller.

2795 Old Milton Pkwy
Alpharetta,
GA
US

Imagix Dental & Orthodontics' team of smile shiners leaves gleaming grins in its wake at offices stationed across the Atlanta area. To begin whitening sessions, clinicians paint pearlies with a special light-activated gel, then switch on the Zoom! light to activate stain-lifting action that erases discoloration from coffee drinking, cigar smoking, and oil swigging. Lips and gums are shielded so that only enamel whitens as clients listen to music or relax in chairs. The sessions last about an hour, after which chompers emerge an average of eight shades lighter, and offer a quicker alternative for brightening smiles than outfitting mouths with solar panels.

11125 Jones Bridge Rd
Alpharetta,
GA
US

Dr. Ron Hassanzadeh of Eaglin Dental Group, PC relies on advanced technology to perform a full range of general, cosmetic, and restorative services. Instead of a metal drill, he uses a Waterlase tool, which yields less friction and requires less anesthetic. Instead of traditional x-rays, he snaps shots with digital x-rays, which emit less radiation. Diagnodent lasers scope out otherwise invisible decay and Cerec equipment fabricates custom ceramic crowns in a single office visit.

6290 Abbotts Bridge Road
Duluth,
GA
US