Together Dr. Diane Stephens and Dr. Andrea Burrell have nearly five decades of experience in practicing family dentistry. It's no wonder, then, that patients trust them with their teeth, whether that means a preventive check-up to catch cavities and gum disease or a cosmetic procedure to fix chipped or stained teeth. The office even offers ClearCorrect invisible braces, which are sculpted using 3D models of teeth.
O Salon & Spa recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, and while it's an important milestone for the cozy, yet contemporary beauty haven, it's nothing compared to the decades of experience contained therein. Owner and stylist Monisha Neyazi has been making over manes for nearly twice that long and leads a diverse staff that includes a Redken educator, a Paul Mitchell graduate, and a master cosmetologist with more than 20 years of salon experience. Together, the team covers the entire beauty spectrum with a service menu that starts with haircuts, color, and keratin hair straightening, then moves southward to include facials that swaddle skin in botanical blends or gently buff away fine lines and acne scars. After a soothing scalp massage, therapists can chart a course toward bigger bodily aches with sports massages that help prevent injury or prenatal work that brings relief to expectant mothers or grown men who are just acting like babies. Finally, threading, electrolysis, and full-body waxing ensure a smooth finish for any makeover by removing unwanted hair from areas including the underarms, backs, and full legs.
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.
A board-certified general dentist and dental surgeon, Dr. Gangwisch has practiced in Lilburn since 1979, and has relationships with local patients that stretch back more than 20 years. Together with his colleague Dr. John Hulsey, he has cultivated a practice that specializes in taking the fear out of a trip to the dental chair. To ease the discomfort and nervousness sometimes associated with dental work, Dr. Gangwisch regularly administers a variety of anesthetics that render patients blissfully numb to a wisdom tooth's extraction and subsequent embittered insults. In addition, his staff often allays anxieties by outfitting patients with headphones tuned to pleasant music. Likewise, reclining patients can distract themselves from the dental proceedings by watching the flat-screen television mounted into the exam-room ceiling.
Dr. Grady and Dr. Hayward of Grady Dental Care are committed to giving their clients the confidence that healthy teeth and gums bring. This family and cosmetic dental office in Johns Creek takes care of smiles with dental exams, teeth whitening, crowns, and veneers, and also offers intensive procedures, such as root canals and dental implants. Come in for a regular cleaning, or have a ZOOM! treatment dramatically whiten teeth in one visit. A calming, homelike atmosphere pervades Grady Dental Care—the staff of smile professionals is friendly, and there are even personal TVs to watch while clients are settled into the leather dentist's chair.
Over seven appointments, licensed dentists Dr. Terry J. Lemons and Dr. James D. Anderson, Jr. repair and mask damaged teeth or vacant gums with customized implants and porcelain crowns. Clients meet for a consultation with Dr. Lemons to discuss medical history and the space-time continuum and to take impressions for the custom-fit implant, before visiting Dr. Anderson to introduce him to the surgery site. Dr. Anderson places the implant into locally anesthetized gums, filling a gap caused by a damaged or missing tooth root. Dental bones grow around the implant in the next 4–6 months, allowing Dr. Anderson to uncover the implant, top it with a healing cap, and tell it tales of the first dentists, who courageously took on T. rexes as patients.