FAQ

Are you a Family Dentist?
Yes, we provide dental care for patients of all ages. We are responsible for the overall coordination of services related to a patients’ oral health needs. We also offer services such as tooth whitening, dentures, crowns and bridges, fillings, dental cleanings, periodontal treatment, TMJ treatment and diagnose other dental concerns.

When should I throw away my toothbrush?
Replacing your toothbrush frequently helps reduce the transmission of bacteria which cause colds, flu, bronchitis, and upset stomach… not to mention cavities and gum disease. You should be replacing your toothbrush every 3-6 months depending on the wear of the bristles.  We always recommend a soft toothbrush to avoid damage to the gums and teeth.

What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry is the art and science of designing wonderful smiles. It involves all aspects of general dentistry, with emphasis upon individual teeth and your resulting smile.

Should I consider cosmetic dentistry?
Look carefully at your smile. If you feel it could be better, you should consider cosmetic dentistry. Having a beautiful smile goes deeper than appearances. It gives you confidence. As a result, it will give you an “edge” by enhancing your professional and personal image.

Can I afford cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry offers many different options. Some patients require treatments that are relatively easy and inexpensive. Others need more extensive procedures to reach their goals. Questions are always answered, and fees are discussed before treatment begins.  We are also partnered with the CARE CREDIT plan.  Call us to find out more about it.

How do I get started?
Your first step is a comprehensive examination and Cosmetic Consultation. Here you and Dr. Mehta will evaluate your smile and discuss your goals and options for treatment. It is as easy as picking up the telephone and dialing 770. 428. 4888.

Is tooth whitening harmful to my teeth? How long does it usually last?
Tooth whitening is not harmful to the teeth in any way. It simply removes stains from the teeth that may be caused by coffee, teas, tobacco, food and tartar. A very small percentage of patients do report sensitivity after bleaching, but is often completely reversible. Depending on how well you maintain your teeth and the type of habits you have, your brighter smile can last a very long time!