Whether he's scouring teeth free of plaque throughout routine cleanings or resurfacing stained facades with a set of veneers, Atlanta Dental Arts’s presiding oral surgeon Dr. Williams goes out of his way to maximize oral health. He bans latex and mercury from his office and employs only digital radiography, which emits less radiation and makes dental x-rays easier to post to online dating profiles. His ongoing dental education regarding new techniques, such as Lumineers and ViziLite oral-lesion detection, allows him to keep smiles pristine with greater comfort and efficiency.
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.
Radiant Dental's experienced staff is helmed by Dr. Grace Wu, a member of both the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a fine feathered friend of all things oral health. If you opt to redeem today's Groupon for the exam, x-rays, and teeth-cleaning package, you'll thoroughly free your dental arcade from tartar, plaque, and the morsel of self-doubt stuck between your cuspid and bicuspid. In addition to ensuring that your teeth are crack, cavity, and disease free, each enameled nutrient extractor will be polished to a squeaky-clean finish. For a more cosmetically minded mouth maneuver, choose the exam and whitening, which provides the same piehole diagnostics while blasting away staining and discoloration with Zoom! technology. This one-hour professional treatment packs an instantaneously visible retina punch that dentist-free treatments can't match, especially in the witty banter department.
Blue is everywhere here, from the cerulean-, azure-, and aquamarine-stained windows to the very name of Blue MedSpa. Dr. Landon McLain, medical director of the beauty haven inside the Westin hotel at Bridge Street Town Centre, helms a team of registered nurses, aestheticians, and physicians who focus on restoring youthful appearances. They use advanced equipment such as SmartLipo to reduce the appearance of cellulite, IPL laser machines for photofacials, and six types of dermal fillers to send fine lines scurrying beneath floorboards. Blue also provides traditional salon and spa services with Pureology and Redken products, as well as skincare products from iS Clinical and its own signature line. Regardless of the service, each med-spa staffer takes a holistic approach to treating clients to ensure their beauty goals are accomplished.
It is our purpose to make your dental experience as comfortable as possible and to provide you with a healthier, brighter smile!
The Atlanta Dental Center is designed to make you feel welcome and comfortable from start to finish, with a combination of caring staff and state of the art dental care technology.
MidCity Cafe sates hunger pangs and quenches thirsty throats with a menu stuffed with eclectic cuisine, soda and coffee drinks, and creative martinis. Un-pitted french olives adjudicate as slices of toasted pita bread swan dive into the Mediterranean-style hummus plate ($7.25), allowing chefs to focus their cooking goggles on artfully bundling pork, shrimp, and vegetables into crunch-laden fried spring rolls ($4.94). For heartier fare, hands can happily wrap around MidCity’s banh mi ($5.95–$8.95), a Saigon-style sandwich built on a foundation of crispy baguette and layered with pickled daikon, fresh jalapeño, and a choice of meaty or meat-free protein. Fuel liquid lust with a selection from 15 inventive Grey Goose martinis ($9 each), such as the French Toast martini, which whips up a Bond-style breakfast of Amarula fruit cream liqueur, Frangelico, and a dash of self-destructing cinnamon.