A smile is such a simple gesture, yet it holds so much power. It is innately human - a universal way to convey happiness, greet one another and signal that we're nice people. Smiles communicate how we're feeling and are great for breaking the ice or awkward moments. A good-natured smile moves mountains, but if you're like the average person, it may not be perfect. And that's okay. But is it healthy?
Studies from the CDC show that 1 in 4 U.S. adults from 20 to 64 have cavities. Perhaps even more surprising is that approximately 34 million school hours are lost every year due to emergency dental care. For children, missing time could mean the difference between moving forward and being held back.
If you're one of the many people who feel ashamed about their teeth, need preventative oral care, or suffer serious issues like tooth decay, it's time to protect your teeth and gums. Luckily, Merchants Walk Dental is here to serve you with the highest quality dental work in East Cobb, from preventative care to cosmetic dentistry.
At Merchants Walk Dental, your healthy teeth and gums are our passion. Our dentists and hygienists are committed to providing you with the best dental care possible in a comfortable, stress-free setting. Since opening in 2017, we have become the premier dentist in Acworth, GA, offering many dental services such as:
As experts, we know how important oral hygiene is for your health. We feel that it's important to go the extra mile to speak with our patients about the best practices involved with brushing, flossing, and healthy gums. We know what an impact a beautiful smile can make, which is why we are so dedicated to providing our patients with cleaner, straighter teeth than ever before.
Having served Georgia and East Cobb for years, we understand that no two patients will ever have the same needs. That's why we provide personalized services like cleanings and root canals tailored to each patient's unique needs. We also know that money doesn't grow on trees, so we accept most major dental insurance plans to ensure you can keep your teeth clean and healthy all year long.
If you're searching for an expert team of friendly dentists and hygienists, look no further than Merchants Walk Dental. We pride ourselves on the best dental care coupled with warm, engaging customer service. You can rest easy knowing you're in capable, welcoming hands whether it's your first or fortieth visit to our office.
Here at Merchants Walk Dental, we understand that getting your teeth cleaned isn't something everyone looks forward to. However, getting regular teeth cleanings performed by a trustworthy dentist is the best way to maintain a healthy smile and avoid serious oral hygiene issues. And while it's easy to avoid the dentist, doing so for too long can be bad for your overall health.
Studies have linked poor oral hygiene to serious problems like cancer, cardiovascular disease, bone loss, and strokes. If you're flossing and brushing at home twice a day, that's great. Doing so is the best way to get a leg up on critical oral hygiene problems. However, getting your teeth cleaned by a dental hygienist helps ensure your teeth are thoroughly cleaned, healthy, and protected.
It's a question we get all the time - what is periodontal treatment? This treatment focuses on your gums and preventing the common diseases that attack them. When left unchecked, plaque accumulates and hardens, forming hard-to-remove tartar. This tartar irritates your gums and will eventually lead to a litany of problems like tooth decay, tooth loss, and more.
During your teeth cleaning session at Merchants Walk Dental, we'll examine your gums closely to ensure they're healthy and functional.
Each of our teeth cleaning appointments has comprehensive check-ups, including:
The only surefire way to prevent tartar buildup and, by proxy, gum disease is by brushing and flossing diligently at home. If you have been slacking on regular brushing and have not visited a dentist recently, your gums could be suffering. If you have any of the following signs of gum disease, contact Merchants Walk Dental to schedule a dental exam in Acworth, GA:
If you have had a cavity filled before, you're not alone. Tooth decay affects more than 90% of adults over the age of 40 - a stunning statistic that, in many cases, is entirely preventable. At Merchants Walk Dental, we use composite resin fillings to keep our patient's teeth healthy and functional. Unlike amalgam fillings, composite fillings are more discreet, match the color of your teeth, and are free of mercury.
While fillings can have a few uses, our doctors typically use fillings to âfillâ a part of your tooth that is decaying. This hole of decay is called a cavity. Sometimes, fillings are also used to fix broken, cracked, or worn-down teeth from grinding and nail-biting. Fillings are a great way to restore decaying teeth to their normal shape and function while preventing sensitivity and inhibiting further decay.
During your dental exam at our office in East Cobb, your dental hygienist will check for signs of cavities and tooth decay to ensure your oral hygiene remains in peak condition.
Abscesses- Without professional dental treatment, infected teeth lead to dental abscesses, which can be fatal if left untreated.
Nerve Pain- When your tooth is cracked and left without treatment, it can make its way to your nerve, resulting in extreme pain and damage.
Substantial Decay- If you leave an infection to fester without having a root canal, the infection can spread to other teeth in your mouth. If you don't address the initial signs of decay, you'll have to undergo treatment for multiple teeth.
Tooth Loss- Extensive decay and trauma often cause damage to your tooth's pulp. Our root canal treatments in Acworth remove this infected pulp. However, if you choose to ignore the problem, the infected pulp will rot your entire tooth, causing you to lose it forever.
One mention of the word root canal can send shivers up the spine for many people. Root canals get a bad rap, but the treatment has come a long way over the last decade.
When tooth decay and infection are left to fester, it can wreak havoc on your oral hygiene. Often, root canals in cityname, GA, are the best choice for patients with extensively diseased teeth. The goal of a root canal is to save and repair teeth by removing the infection from the pulp and nerve of the tooth.
Signs of tooth decay that may require a root canal include:
When a substantial cavity threatens a person's tooth and fillings aren't working, many dentists will use crowns to fix the problem. A crown is an aesthetic cap or a tooth-shaped covering placed over another tooth or implant for stability. Typically, crowns improve appearance and strength of a patient's teeth.
Crowns are also used to restore the size and shape of damaged or chipped teeth. When used for this purpose, dental crowns are usually bonded to the tooth using dental-grade cement.
During your dental exam and cleaning, your hygienist will keep a sharp eye out for signs of tooth decay, which may require a crown. Benefits of dental crows from Merchants Walk Dental include:
Restorative dental treatments can be complicated, but dental crowns are straightforward and minimally invasive. During the process, your tooth's enamel is cleaned, and your damaged tissue is removed. Once that process is complete, we'll cast a custom crown for your tooth. While the crown is created, Dr. John Bishara or Dr. Milli Patel will provide you with a temporary crown for normal functionality.
Damaged enamel or structural damage can cause pain and sensitivity. Having a dental crown installed will help alleviate a good amount of your pain.
Our dental crowns are made with high-quality, long-lasting materials. With proper care and regular check-ups, they can withstand years of chewing, biting, and grinding.
When you lose one or more teeth, whether due to decay or another factor, it's important to fill the space where the tooth is missing. That's where dental bridges come in. Bridges are essentially fake permanent teeth used to fill holes caused by missing teeth. The false tooth is fused between two dental crowns giving it the bridge concept. Dental bridges are then typically anchored to healthy teeth using resin and cement.
The health of your teeth, their position, and the state of the surrounding bone will help our team determine if bridges are right for you. If not, dentures in Acworth, GA, might be a better option. Dentures come in two forms: partial and complete. Dentures are best for patients who have missing teeth but aren't able to use bridges. Complete dentures all your missing teeth, while partial dentures replace one or two teeth.
Getting cosmetic dentures can be a life-changing experience. It often requires physical and emotional preparation. At Merchants Walk Dental, our team will take as much time needed to consult with and prepare you for your denture procedure.
Whether you need dental bridges or cosmetic dentures, we're here to help make your experience as seamless and stress-free as possible.
Dental implants are needed when you have missing teeth, but you cannot or will not get crowns, bridges, or dentures. Failing to replace a lost tooth will cause a bevy of problems as time goes on. For many patients, dental implants are the best option for replacing missing teeth. With dental implants, you can replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. A dental implant serves as a permanent artificial root anchored into the jawbone.
When our team puts a dental implant in place, your jawbone grafts itself to the titanium post making it as strong as your original root and tooth. The result is a natural, beautiful, fully-functional set of teeth that lasts for years.
Establishing healthy dental habits early in life is key for long-term oral health and confidence. The best way to learn those habits is at home and in a dentist's office.
At Merchants Walk Dental, our goal is to foster long-lasting relationship with the families in our community who trust us to care for their children's dental health.
When you choose Merchants Walk Dental as your child's dentist, you can rest easy knowing we treat your loved one just like ours. Our professional hygienists and experienced doctors are trained and certified to give your kids a comfortable dental experience. We like to mix fun with education, putting your child at ease while helping them understand the importance of proper dental care.
Common habits like teeth grinding and thumb sucking can have profound effects later in life. Our doctors are keenly aware of these habits, and work hard to help you and your child develop creative solutions to halt that behavior.
Our pediatric dental services improve the health of your child's teeth and gums with:
Having served the East Cobb and Acworth for years, we know your dental needs are unique and different from your neighbor. That's why we offer a variety of dental services to address each patient's special circumstances, from standard cleanings to complex root canals. By using the latest innovations and techniques in dentistry, we can better serve each client on an individualized level, leading to better comprehensive dental care.
We're taking new patients and accept most major forms of dental insurance to keep your teeth healthy and clean without breaking the bank. Contact our office today to schedule your dental exam and learn more about our history!770-691-5051
Marietta, Georgia -Ken Mandich from Complete Realty Team is making a case for Georgia residents to consider purchasing a home right now instead of continuing to rent for the foreseeable future.Every year, renters have to make a tough decision – renewing their current lease, starting a new lease, or finally biting the bullet and buying a home. Depending on one’s career or academic aspirations, saved monetary resourc...
Marietta, Georgia -
Ken Mandich from Complete Realty Team is making a case for Georgia residents to consider purchasing a home right now instead of continuing to rent for the foreseeable future.
Every year, renters have to make a tough decision – renewing their current lease, starting a new lease, or finally biting the bullet and buying a home. Depending on one’s career or academic aspirations, saved monetary resources, and personal circumstances, either of these could be a choice worth mulling over. However, according to Ken Mandich, the current state of real estate in the nation has heavily swung the tide in favor of purchasing one’s first home.
To make his case, Ken begins by revealing the shocking statistic that the average monthly rent across the United States has quadrupled since 1988. The rise has been especially steep since the middle of the last decade. Moreover, Ken believes that the upward trend is expected to hold course for many more years. For example, Realtor.com expects that rent in 2023 will increase at 6.3%, a decline in the rate compared to 2021 and 2022 but still much higher than the average rent hike between 2013 and 2019.
“If you rent a home, you are making someone else richer – plain and simple,” says Georgia Realtor Ken Mandich. “You work hard for your money and while your income should secure the future for you and your family, it is going straight into the coffers of a landlord who wouldn’t think twice about jacking up your rent, when it comes time to renew the lease. I believe that your money should be working for you and building your net worth.”
The solution to rent vs buy, Ken proposes, is homeownership. While the rate of rent increase has been far higher than anyone could have expected, securing a mortgage and making monthly payments on it is a much more stable calculation. With fixed-rate mortgages, homeowners know exactly how much they will pay each month for its term as the interest rate is locked in.
Ken Mandich shares the benefits of paying into a mortgage instead of paying rent by saying, “Your monthly mortgage payments are predictable over a long period of time. As a homeowner, it means more control over your budget and not having to worry about keeping up with market expectations. Moreover, the payments you make towards your mortgage turn into equity which you can leverage for several different purposes down the road. It is the safest way to build an assured financial future. The peace of mind that it brings is truly invaluable. You can finally focus on living the life you’ve always wanted to live.”
Statistics from the Homeowner Equity Insight report from CoreLogic support Ken’s argument. The report found that the average homeowner had gained $34,300 in equity over the last 12 months. In contrast, according to Realtor.com, three out of four renters (74.2%) who moved in the past 12 months reported an increase in their rent.
“If you are still stuck on renting vs buying a house, give my office a call,” Ken says. “I and my team of experienced real estate professionals will break it down for you and show you your true potential.”
Ken Mandich and Complete Realty Team is a part of ERA Sunrise Realty, one of Georgia’s most experienced and trustworthy real estate companies. Ken Mandich can help first-time and repeat home buyers find the property of their dreams anywhere in Cobb County including Acworth, Austell, Kennesaw, Mableton, Marietta, Powder Springs, Smyrna, and the entire Metro Atlanta area.
Complete Realty Team’s list of real estate services includes comparable home price analysis, open houses, property surveys, HOA agreements, credit reports, title companies, lenders, homeowners’ insurance, walk-throughs, terms of sale or purchase, concessions, repairs, and closing documents. Ken himself has over a decade of experience as a real estate investor and house flipper, specializing in Cobb County real estate.
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Club Industry was not involved in the creation of this content.Acworth, Ga., October 11, 2022 - Crunch Franchise today announced the upcoming Winter 2022 opening of Crunch Acworth, a five-million dollar, 30,000-square-foot fitness facility with state-of-the-art fitness equipment northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County. Crunch Acworth will be located in the Acworth Crossing Shopping Mall at 3335 Cobb Pkwy NW, Acworth, GA.Backed by private equity, with Greenwich, Connecticut-based North Castle Partners, CR F...
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Acworth, Ga., October 11, 2022 - Crunch Franchise today announced the upcoming Winter 2022 opening of Crunch Acworth, a five-million dollar, 30,000-square-foot fitness facility with state-of-the-art fitness equipment northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County. Crunch Acworth will be located in the Acworth Crossing Shopping Mall at 3335 Cobb Pkwy NW, Acworth, GA.
Backed by private equity, with Greenwich, Connecticut-based North Castle Partners, CR Fitness Holdings LLC. is operated by Vince Julien, Geoff Dyer, Tony Scrimale, and Jeff Dotson, who combined have more than over 100 years of experience in the fitness industry. The Crunch team currently operates 45 locations in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Texas. Crunch Acworth will be the 9th location to open in the Atlanta metro area. This latest club opening will add to CR Fitness’ exponential growth throughout the Southeast. CR Fitness is expanding the Crunch Fitness brand with plans to operate 100 clubs by 2026.
Fusing fitness with entertainment to make serious exercise fun, Crunch Acworth will offer top-quality strength training equipment, hundreds of pieces of premier cardio equipment, a group fitness studio, the HIITZone™, a cycling studio, boxing studio, dry saunas, HydroMassage® tanning, spacious locker rooms, and more.
On Saturday October 22nd, prospective members can visit https://www.crunch.com/locations/acworth for a one day, online only sale to reserve memberships at discounted rates beginning at $9.99 per month, with $0 enrollment fees. The first 500 founding members will also receive a free t-shirt, discounts on both small group and personal training, and more.
“We are extremely excited about sharing the unique experience of the Crunch brand with the residents surrounding our newest location in Acworth,” says CR Fitness CEO Tony Scrimale. “We can’t wait to continue our expansion in the beautiful state of Georgia and show you how we combine top notch equipment, amazing classes and personal training at an unbeatable value.”
Crunch is known for its innovative group fitness programming and offers a wide range of activities across gyms, including BodyWeb with TRX®, Zumba®, Cardio Tai Box, Yoga Body Sculpt, Fat Burning Pilates, and the HIITZone™, a proprietary high-intensity interval group training program. This is in addition to free weights, machines, cutting-edge equipment, and expert instructors and trainers.
About CR Fitness
CR Fitness is a leading franchisee of Crunch Fitness. The company is rapidly expanding its club footprint throughout Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Texas and is led by a veteran management team with over one hundred years of combined experience in the fitness industry. With a comprehensive fitness offering and affordable price point, Crunch Fitness offers unmatched value to its members regardless of fitness level and is well positioned to take advantage of consumers' increasing focus on health and wellness.
Crunch is a gym that believes in making serious exercise fun by fusing fitness and entertainment and pioneering a philosophy of 'No Judgments.' Crunch serves a fitness community for all kinds of people, with all types of goals, exercising all different ways, working it out at the same place together. Today, we are renowned for creating one-of-a-kind group fitness classes and unique programming for our wildly diverse members. Headquartered in New York City, Crunch serves over 2.2 million members with over 400 gyms worldwide in 34 states and the District of Columbia, Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, Portugal, Puerto Rico, and Spain. Crunch is rapidly expanding across the U.S. and around the globe. For more information, please visit crunch.com.
Mar. 17—KENNESAW — Hundreds of Kennesaw State University students and Owl fans poured into the Convocation Center to cheer on their team for the school's "March Madness Watch Party" Friday afternoon.Jubilation eventually turned to disappointment, however, as the Owls fell to the Xavier Musketeers, 72-67.Fans on campus watched a live telecast of the game as it was played in Greensboro, North Carolina.The bleachers shook and a lively, raucous crowd screamed with joy as the first NCCA Tournament in the...
Mar. 17—KENNESAW — Hundreds of Kennesaw State University students and Owl fans poured into the Convocation Center to cheer on their team for the school's "March Madness Watch Party" Friday afternoon.
Jubilation eventually turned to disappointment, however, as the Owls fell to the Xavier Musketeers, 72-67.
Fans on campus watched a live telecast of the game as it was played in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The bleachers shook and a lively, raucous crowd screamed with joy as the first NCCA Tournament in the university's Divison I era tipped off.
Cowbell noisemakers, given to fans as they entered, rang out with each basket scored, heightening the exuberant atmosphere.
"It's freakin' March Madness," Tristan Rucker, 19, a sophomore history major, said. "This is great."
Standing and cheering next to Rucker were friends Ryan Desousa, 20, a sophomore business major, and Will Hall, 20, a junior, both from Acworth.
"Gotta support the Owls in March Madness," Desousa said.
Added Hall, "Go Owls!"
The noise was deafening as the team roared back from a 10-point deficit to take the lead midway through the first half.
Allie Hearn, 18, a freshman psychology major from Suwanee, was excited to be supporting the Owls, the team representing the Peach State.
"We're the only team from Georgia in the tournament," Hearn said. "It's cool. I'm happy we're here. I don't know how to play basketball, but it's fun to watch."
Sitting next to Hearn was Sky Aitcheson, 18, also from Suwanee.
"She dragged me along, but it's fun," Aitcheson said.
As the first half winded down, boisterous fans cheered as their team went up by a dozen points.
Savannah Burnette, 22, of Lilburn, a 2021 international affairs graduate who currently works for KSU in admissions, came to support her alma mater.
"I went here, and I like to see our team do well," Burnette said. "It's exciting."
Markie Dean, 25, of Dallas, also a KSU employee in admissions, loves watching and playing basketball.
"I'm here for the energy, supporting our guys who've had a great season," Dean said.
During halftime, music blared from speakers overhead while students danced, happy and excited about how the game was going.
"I'm a basketball fanatic," said Jordan Stevenson, of Acworth, executive director of admissions and student programs at KSU. "I wanted to be with my fellow Owls."
The crowd erupted with each basket scored and defensive stop. Everything was going perfectly. Then silence.
The team went several minutes without scoring a basket. Xavier took the lead, but the Owls kept battling and the game came down to the final seconds.
Slipping out of reach, the game ended with Xavier on top by five points.
The crowd, quiet and forlorn, exited the building to the somber clanking of cowbells.
ATHENS-----Georgia plays host to red-hot Wofford, winners of 14 straight, Tuesday at Foley Field with first pitch slated for 5:02 p.m. (SECN+).The Bulldogs (12-4) went 4-1 last week while the Terriers (14-1) haven't lost since Opening Day on Feb. 17. The Tuesday tilt will be Georgia's last non-conference action before No. 14 South Carolina (16-1) comes to Athens to open Southeastern Conference play on Friday.Series History: Georgia leads the all-time series with the Terriers 12-0 as it dates to 1902. The teams ...
ATHENS-----Georgia plays host to red-hot Wofford, winners of 14 straight, Tuesday at Foley Field with first pitch slated for 5:02 p.m. (SECN+).
The Bulldogs (12-4) went 4-1 last week while the Terriers (14-1) haven't lost since Opening Day on Feb. 17. The Tuesday tilt will be Georgia's last non-conference action before No. 14 South Carolina (16-1) comes to Athens to open Southeastern Conference play on Friday.
Series History: Georgia leads the all-time series with the Terriers 12-0 as it dates to 1902. The teams met twice last year with the Bulldogs winning 7-1 in Athens and then 7-6 at Fluor Field in Greenville. Georgia graduate transfer pitcher Dalton Rhadans, a native of Acworth, Ga., spent the past three seasons with the Terriers and earned a degree in finance last year. He went 17-4 with 17 saves and a 3.08 ERA in 65 appearances as a Terrier. For the Bulldogs this year, he has excelled as a reliever, going 0-0 with a 0.90 ERA and one save in seven appearances. He has pitched 10 innings with no walks and 13 strikeouts in 2023.
Swinging A Big Stick: Georgia posted the highest batting average among SEC teams last week at .360, going 4-1 against Georgia Southern and Charleston Southern. The Bulldogs were 64-for-178 with 10 doubles, two triples and 14 home runs. For the year, the Bulldogs are batting .332 and that ranks fifth in the SEC. Florida and Alabama are hitting .352 while Ole Miss (.343) and LSU (.338) are just ahead of Georgia. Redshirt-freshman OF/1B Charlie Condon (.517-7-32) and graduate OF Connor Tate (516-6-22) rank one-two in the SEC in batting. Condon has hit safely in 15 games while Tate has a 21-game hitting streak dating to last year. Tate was named one of Collegiate Baseball's National Players of the Week along with SEC Co-Player of the Week on Monday while Condon received SEC Co-Freshman of the Week honors. Also of note, graduate INF Mason LaPlante (.356-2-7) enjoyed his best week as a Bulldog. He batted .500 (9-for-18) with 10 runs scored, two doubles, a triple, a home run, four walks and four RBI in five games. Graduate infielder/catcher Will David hit .417 with seven RBI in the Charleston Southern series, seeing action at second base, third base and behind the plate. The Bulldogs have hit at least one home run in 14 of 16 games this year and their season total of 37 ranks fourth in the SEC. Thirteen different Bulldogs have hit a home run this season. The Bulldogs are 1-1 when they don't hit a home run (Beat #16 Ga. Tech 7-2 in Athens; Lost to #16 Tech 4-1 at Coolray Field). The most home runs by Georgia in a home game has been five in a 11-6 win over Presbyterian while the most on the road is six in a 16-6 win over #16 Tech in Atlanta. Wofford is batting .307 with 19 doubles, four triples and 14 home runs. They are fielding .977. The Bulldogs are fielding .978 and played error-free baseball in four of five games last week.
On The Mound: The Bulldogs have a 5.14 ERA while holding opponents to a .229 batting average. The staff has registered 188 strikeouts with 76 walks. Wofford sports a 4.20 ERA with its opponents' batting average at .233. The Terriers have tallied 161 strikeouts with only 23 walks. Georgia's Saturday starter junior LHP Liam Sullivan (3-0, 0.44 ERA) leads the SEC and ranks among the national leaders in Earned Run Average. For the year, he has allowed just one earned run 20.1 innings with six walks and 27 strikeouts. He was part of a combined one-hit shutout of Charleston Southern Saturday, tossing five hitless frames.
Tuesday's Pitching Matchup: Georgia freshman RHP Kolten Smith (1-0, 2.70 ERA) will get the start and be opposed by Terrier senior RHP Matthew Marchal (2-1, 4.67 ERA). Wofford saw their Sunday game with Cincinnati rained out. Marchal has 23 strikeouts and only four walks in 17.1 innings. Smith will be making his second career start. He has 10 strikeouts and four walks in 6.2 innings. Last Wednesday in Statebsoro, Smith made his first start and retired nine of the first 10 batters he faced.
Radio/TV/Live Stats Information
Tuesday at 5 pm at Foley Field, Athens 960TheRef: https://georgiadogs.com/watch/?Live=4373&sport=1&type=Live Streaming: SECN+ (Matt Stewart & Jason Jacobs): https://www.espn.com/watch/player?id=e4c25954-74ad-4dfa-90b0-620c65dd6780 Live Stats: https://georgiadogs.com/sidearmstats/baseball/summary
Tickets/Parking/Promotion Information *A limited number of tickets are available in the Left Field Bleachers and in the Right Field Bleachers. *Fans can get seats from other fans through our official secondary ticketing partner StubHub.https://www.stubhub.com/georgia-bulldogs-baseball-tickets/performer/400525/ *Fans with tickets who are unable to come are encouraged to transfer them to other Bulldog fans, return them to UGAAA or resell them on StubHub. *Foley Field Gates open one hour before game time. *Free parking is available in the commuter surface lot behind the outfield.
FOLLOW THE BULLDOGS: For the latest Georgia baseball news, visit www.georgiadogs.com and follow the Bulldogs on Twitter (@BaseballUGA), Facebook (@GeorgiaBaseball) and Instagram (@baseballuga).
For over 20 years, Dental Care Acworth, located at 5552 Robin Road, Suite A in Acworth, GA, has been serving residents with exceptional, efficient dental care in a comfortable environment.ACWORTH, Ga., Feb. 13, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dental Care Acworth provides the very best in c...
For over 20 years, Dental Care Acworth, located at 5552 Robin Road, Suite A in Acworth, GA, has been serving residents with exceptional, efficient dental care in a comfortable environment.
ACWORTH, Ga., Feb. 13, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dental Care Acworth provides the very best in comprehensive dentistry for families, offering an extensive list of advanced dental services for patients of all ages all under one roof. Find Local Doctors has recently recognized Dental Care Acworth as a result of the five-star ratings and reviews the clinic has earned from satisfied patients. Find Local Doctors is a trusted online directory helping consumers easily locate qualified and reputable physicians and dentists in their area. This modern, state-of-the-art clinic provides a friendly, warm environment for patients to receive the ultimate in dental care. Everyone can enjoy the benefit of a gorgeous, healthy smile when they join the dental family at Dental Care Acworth. They offer general and preventive dentistry to protect the health of teeth and gums, as well as many specialized dental services. From clear aligners and cosmetic dental treatments to dental implants and complete tooth restorations, almost everything patients need to improve the health and look of their smiles is available at Dental Care Acworth. Regardless of whether they are protecting, repairing or enhancing smiles, patients can trust the team for superior, individualized attention at every step, and Dental Care Acworth uses advanced dental technology to ensure patients get the highest level of oral care possible. The clinic accepts most dental insurance plans and has easy payment options available to ensure patients can receive the dental treatments and procedures they need when they need them.
"We feel privileged to serve patients and give them access to the most cutting-edge, advanced dental care available in Acworth," says Dr. Brian Mitchell.
More about Dental Care Acworth: Dr. Brian Mitchell is an esteemed dentist who is trained in multiple facets of dentistry. This allows Dental Care Acworth to address the specific oral health concerns that patients face at each stage of life, ranging from gum disease and TMJ therapy to dentures and dental implants. Dr. Mitchell grew up in Marietta, Georgia, and has remained in the state for the entirety of his education and career. He completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Georgia and then attended the Medical College of Georgia's School of Dentistry, earning his dental degree. Dr. Kimi Patel attended the University of Michigan for her BS and earned a doctorate from the University of Michigan College of Dentistry. After completing her dental degree, she moved to Cincinnati, OH, to further her education and complete an AEGD residency (Advanced Education in General Dentistry). Dr. Kimi Patel strives to provide patient-centered, comprehensive, and compassionate care. She values the importance of fostering relationships with her patients so that they feel comfortable and truly heard. For more information about Dental Care Acworth or to schedule an appointment, please visit http://www.dentistinacworth.com or call (678) 888-1554.
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