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  • New Year's Eve
    Watching the clock tick down the final seconds until midnight, many of us- Dental Arts Of Dalton, PC included- feel nostalgic about the passing year and hopeful about the new Read more
  • Gum Disease Prevention
    What to do to prevent gum disease? If left untreated, gum disease can lead to discomfort, infection, and even tooth loss. Bacteria in our mouths form a film called plaque. Read more
  • The Hazards of Smokeless Tobacco
    Many smokers believe that chewing tobacco is a safer alternative to smoking cigarettes. This simply isn't the case! In fact, smokeless tobacco can cause serious health concerns. Smokeless tobacco comes in Read more
  • Why Your Dental Records Should Follow You to Your New Dentist
    Some things you hear at the dentist don't surprise you: You have more plaque buildup or (yuck!) you have a new cavity. On a more positive note, you might Read more
  • Why Your Dental Records Should Follow You to Your New Dentist
    Some things you hear at the dentist don't surprise you: You have more plaque buildup or (yuck!) you have a new cavity. On a more positive note, you might Read more
  • ‘Tis the Season—for Healthy Dental Choices!
    It might be the most wonderful time of the year, but if you’re dashing through the snow to an emergency dental appointment, you’re not feeling very jolly. And post-holiday, no Read more
  • How To Properly Care For Your Dentures
    Even though dentures are not real teeth, they still require daily care to maintain good oral hygiene and extend the life of your dentures. By cleaning your dentures daily and Read more
  • How To Properly Care For Your Dentures
    Even though dentures are not real teeth, they still require daily care to maintain good oral hygiene and extend the life of your dentures. By cleaning your dentures daily and Read more
  • Timing Matters!
    Many patients at Dental Arts Of Dalton, PC are under the impression that harder brushing leads to cleaner teeth, but that is not true. Gentle brushing is just as effective, Read more
  • Your Decayed Tooth Might Need a Different Kind of Root Canal Treatment
    Advanced decay doesn't necessarily mean it's curtains for an infected tooth. Millions of teeth in that condition have been saved by a tried and true procedure called root canal Read more
  • Your Decayed Tooth Might Need a Different Kind of Root Canal Treatment
    Advanced decay doesn't necessarily mean it's curtains for an infected tooth. Millions of teeth in that condition have been saved by a tried and true procedure called root canal Read more
  • Thanksgiving
    At Dental Arts Of Dalton, PC, we love to celebrate the holidays with vigor! the doctor would love to share some unique ways of celebrating Thanksgiving from beyond the Dalton, Read more
  • Here Is What You Can Do to Help Your Kids Snack Healthier at School
    In addition to daily oral hygiene and regular dental visits, a tooth-friendly diet can boost your kid's dental health and development. You can help by setting high standards for Read more
  • Here Is What You Can Do to Help Your Kids Snack Healthier at School
    In addition to daily oral hygiene and regular dental visits, a tooth-friendly diet can boost your kid's dental health and development. You can help by setting high standards for Read more
  • Flossing Fixes
    A length of floss plus your teeth is about as low-tech as it gets. But, as with so many other “simple” skills, it helps to learn just the right technique Read more
  • What is gum disease?
    Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is an infection of the gum tissues, and is something seen all too often by the doctor. Extending from inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) Read more


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