Dental Services in Snellville
Our highly skilled dentists treat each patient with compassion. Oak Road Dentistry is committed to listening to each patient’s concerns and addressing their needs.
Oak Road Dentistry provides a wide range of dental services in Snellville, GA. Call 770-985-9559 to learn more and schedule an appointment.
Maintaining oral health includes attentive home care and regular visits to our office for preventive care, which includes oral examinations and cleanings. Comprehensive examinations of the mouth, teeth, surrounding gum tissues, and supporting bone structures help with early detection and treatment of problematic conditions.
Even with excellent care, however, teeth and gums can be susceptible to disease, infection, cavities, cracks, or other forms of damage. Restorative dentistry repairs the function and integrity of the tooth structure, function, and health while maintaining a natural appearance.
Our office also specializes in cosmetic dentistry that is not only focused on the health and function of your teeth but also pays close attention to aesthetics. We want you to maintain great oral health but we also want you to have a beautiful smile and the confidence to smile often!
Preventive care including exams, cleanings, root canals and extractions to maintain oral health.
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Fillings, dental crowns, dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants help restore the appearance and function of natural teeth.
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Whitening, veneers, bonding, and microabrasion to improve aesthetics, giving you the confidence to share your smile with the world.
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Whether replacing one tooth or several, implants are an important solution to restoring and maintaining dental health.
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Are you nervous or develop anxiety when having dental work? Oak Road Dentistry offers IV conscious sedation and Nitrous Oxide to allow your dental experience to be much more pleasant.
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The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the jawbone to the skull. TMJ disorders often cause discomfort in the cheek, jaw, or ear areas and can affect normal jaw function.
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Same Day Crowns
Depending on the procedure(s) being performed, your dental restoration(s) may be able to be placed on the same day or next day instead of the usual wait of one to two weeks or more.
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It is important to take care of you child’s first teeth because they aid in speech development, allow food to be properly chewed, and maintain space for permanent teeth. We also offer FREE exams for school aged children, when required for school registration.
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Our patients’ comfort and care are our top priority! If you are experiencing a dental emergency, we will do our best to see you as soon as possible. Call 770-985-9559 to schedule an appointment.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Dental Services
How can good dental hygiene be maintained at home?
For optimal oral health, a combination of good oral hygiene at home and regular, routine dental visits are needed. Brushing your teeth at least twice per day and flossing daily will help keep your teeth healthy.
How often should I get a professional dental cleaning?
As part of your preventative care, it is recommended that you have a professional dental cleaning as well as a comprehensive exam by the dentist twice per year. At the very least, annually. These routine visits not only help your teeth to remain strong and healthy, but they also help address any issues or concerns before they get worse.
At what age should a child first see the dentist?
Kids should begin seeing the dentist as early as one year of age. Or, within six months of their first tooth erupting. Though, if your child is older and has not yet been seen by a dentist, it is important to make that appointment now.
Starting dentist visits at a young age helps get them comfortable and familiar with our dental office, but it also helps to begin laying the foundation for a lifetime of good oral health.
What is considered a dental emergency?
There are many different situations that could constitute a dental emergency. Swelling, severe toothaches, a knocked-out tooth, lost crown or filling, broken tooth, and an abscess are a few common dental emergencies.
The staff at Oak Road Dentistry are trained to help you over the phone in order to determine how serious your dental emergency is and how best to handle the situation until you are seen by the dentist.
Are dental implants just like real teeth?
While dental implants are the best tooth alternative on the market - and they both look and function like real teeth - there is no replacement as good as the real thing. This is why we offer a comprehensive list of services so that we can try everything possible to save your natural tooth before discussing extraction. However, if you find yourself missing a tooth and are in need of a replacement, a dental implant should be your number one choice.