Category Archives: Health & Wellness Dentistry

5 Critical Things To Know About Periodontal Disease

Gum disease is an inflammation or infection of the gums. For the most part, it is preventable. This condition is becoming so common in the US that it has been called a ‘health crisis’ by the ADA. Fortunately, periodontal disease can be treated at Flax Dental in Atlanta. Here are some important things to know…

Preventing Gum Disease At Flax Dental

Run your tongue along the gumline behind your lower front teeth. Do you feel a ridge? This is probably tartar or dental calculus. And that, the team at Flax Dental in Atlanta cautions, could be an early step on the road to gum disease. Even if you brush and floss regularly, plaque and tartar can…

How Often Should I Replace My Toothbrush?

As you stand over your bathroom sink and meditate on the frayed bristles of a favorite toothbrush, do you wonder if the time has come to replace it? It’s a good question, and Flax Dental, your dentist in Atlanta GA, has an answer. The more we use a toothbrush, the more comfortable it gets, kind…

Chronic Sleep Problems?

What is sleep apnea? It’s a potentially health-threatening condition in which your breathing periodically stops as you sleep. We can provide treatment at Flax Dental in Atlanta. Wondering if your health issues are a result of sleep apnea? Read through these common symptoms. They may help you determine if you need to go see your…

What Makes Our Smiles Unique

EVERY PERSON IS BORN with their own unique smile. Some smile with all of their teeth, some only show the top row, and some don’t show their teeth at all, and a smile can come in all shapes and sizes and still be genuine. We can also end up with smiles that look a lot…

Health & Wellness Dentistry Atlanta, GA

Make Sure Breath is a Part of Beauty

Your smile should be a work of pure beauty. Many people achieve this ideal by undergoing cosmetic dental treatments such as teeth whitening or porcelain veneers. The last thing you would want is to create a Beauty and the Beast scenario in your mouth! For that reason, it is important that you remain cognizant of…


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