Have a wonderful and safe  Thanksgiving! We want to let you know that we appreciate your support. Thank you for trusting us with your family's smiles. Thank you for all of your referrals; we consider them the highest compliment of all. And most of all, thank you for being part of our family of patients. 

Happy Thanksgiving!!! I hope that your Thanksgiving holiday is filled with thankful hearts, full stomachs, and warm memories!

Dr. Ushma Patel, Dr. Brittany Corbett, and Team 

P.S. If you have any friends or family members who you feel could use our services, please don't hesitate to have them call us. We are never too busy to help them. We'll be sure to take good care of them.

Many people don't realize that dental plan benefits do not "carry over" into the next year. In other words, if you don't use them - you lose them! If you do have dental coverage, your benefits may not be maximized for this benefit year and now is the time to utilize your remaining benefits. Don't wait till the end of the year!

Also, save $$$ when you start your treatment this year, using your remaining dental benefits before they expire and continue your treatment next year! Here's how it works:

If you act now, you can get two years worth of benefits instead of just one! 

Simply start your treatment before December 31st- before another deductible is due. Then complete your treatment after January 1st and get TWO full years of maximum benefits, instead of just one! This gives you maximum benefit for the cost!

 Don't forget that you will also lose your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Funds at the end of the year. The schedule is filling up fast! Call today!

Did you know you can also use Health Savings Account (HSA) for dental treatment?
*Please note our holiday hours and closures. 
11/25-11/26: 9am-6pm
11/27-11/29: CLOSED

We will resume seeing patients on Monday, December 2nd.

We do have limited availability for patients needing treatment the week of Thanksgiving. 

Get $50-$100 Off Your Treatment Before Thanksgiving! 

Call 770-623-8750 To Schedule!

Also, we have added extra hygiene appointments on Monday, 11/25 for Teachers & Students! Take advantage of your Thanksgiving break for your dental check up! 

As we head into the holidays and the end of the year our office as does your schedules gets very busy. If you know that you will not be able to make your reserved appointment, let us know as early as possible so that we can accommodate someone else in need. 

We also do kindly request that you give us as much notice and at least 2 business days on any unplanned appointment cancellations. This will help accommodate patients that need to come in prior to the end of the year. 

As our schedules are already getting booked up in December we have added additional hygiene appointments and additional days on Dr. Patel's schedule to allow all our patients to take advantage of any benefits that may expire at the end of the year like dental insurance or flex/FSA and cafeteria plans.
No Dental Insurance Benefits??? We have a solution for you!
Check out our  In House Dental Savings Plan! 
Sign up by 12/31 
and we will waive the 
one time $99 enrollment fee! 
Click below to learn more....
5 tips for a smile-friendly Thanksgiving

Are you grateful for your healthy smile? As you enjoy dinner this Thanksgiving, keep your teeth and gums healthy with smart food choices.

  1. Skip the sugar- Whether it's pumpkin pie or a marshmallow-topped yam casserole, Thanksgiving dinner can be a delight for your sweet tooth. But all that sugar also serves up a feast for cavity-causing bacteria. If you're cooking, consider swapping sugar for substitutes like xylitol or erythritol. These sweeteners don't cause decay. If you're eating, limit your dessert portion and follow it with a glass of water.
  2. Cut down on starches- Savory foods aren't as well-known for causing decay, but the starch in sides like cornbread and stuffing can feed the same acid-producing bacteria as sugar. Mix up your plate to balance the starch with protein and fiber.
  3. Avoid enamel stains- Brightly colored foods and drinks look great on the dinner table, but they can leave your enamel looking dull. Watch out for red wine, cranberry sauce, coffee and even white wine. Some pies, like cherry and blueberry, also pose a risk. Skip the wine and stain-causing foods - or book a cleaning with your dentist, afterward.
  4. Guard against acid wear- Acid and enamel don't mix. The acid in wine and cranberry juice can soften your enamel, leaving it more vulnerable to decay. Avoid acidic foods and drinks whenever possible. If you can't skip them, lessen their impact with bites of other dishes and sips of water. Wait at least half an hour before brushing.
  5. Load up on colorful vegetables- Fill your plate with an assortment of colorful veggies, full of smile-friendly vitamins and minerals. Red and orange veggies are usually high in vitamin C (good for gums), while leafy green vegetables are good sources of calcium (for strong teeth).
Patient Appreciation Contest
There is still time to enter!!!!!! Refer Family, Friends, and  Co-workers and you could be entered in the drawing to win a Family Experience to iFly Atlanta and/or Apple Airpods!
  • 1st Referral- $25 Amex Gift Card
  • 2nd Referral- $50 Amex Gift Card
  • 3rd Referral- $75 Amex Gift Card
Beyond 3 referrals you will be treated to dinner for 2 at an upscale restaurant for each referral. In addition you will enjoy VIP Status benefits that will give you 15% off products and services for one full year and a VIP Parking Space. To keep VIP status, you must send us at least 3 referrals that becomes patients each year. 

 Drawing will be held in December 2019!

Please remember that we are an official Toys For Tots Donation Location. We are collecting new, unwrapped toys until mid December. Help us make a child's Christmas special! 
We'd like to share a big THANK YOU with all of our patients for passing along the word about us to your friends, families, and colleagues year after year. You're part of the reason we're able to keep doing what we love to do...."Creating beautiful, healthy smiles to last a lifetime!!!" 

This Thanksgiving, I will remember you while I am around the table with my family and friends. I am truly grateful!

Many people come to us seeking treatment based on recommendations from people like you, who know us and trust us after enjoying positive experiences with our office and our treatment. All health care professionals depend on the confidence their patients; referrals are the best illustration of our patients' satisfaction with our work. 

THANK YOU for your continued support. We really appreciate it! 

Your Trusted Dental Team