Category Archives: Restorative dentistry


Dental Check Up: How Often?

When is the last time you had a dental check-up? At Flax Dental in Atlanta GA, we recommend that most of our patients get a check-up every six months. for those with a higher risk of oral diseases, we advise an examination every four months. As important as healthy teeth are, you should know that…

Top 5 Do’s And Don’ts Of Dental Hygiene

Welcome to the blog of Flax Dental, your dentist in Atlanta. We want to deliver some easy tips for oral hygiene. 1.Do… remember, as you brush your teeth, you are just clearing the plaque away before it turns to tartar. A gentle toothbrushing at the proper angle can gently clean the bacteria away. Once plaque has progressed…

Focusing On The Top 3 At Flax Dental

I’m Hugh Flax. I’ve been a dentist here in Atlanta, Georgia since 1987. I have found amazing people in this community. At Flax Dental, we focus on three important things as we work to be your dental provider of choice. Family We want to be the dental practice families depend on for quality care, from…

The Help You Need: Sedation Dentistry in Atlanta

Dental anxiety affects millions of Americans. For some people it’s so strong that they avoid going to the dentist altogether. That might seem rational enough: why do something when you know it’s going to upset you? The problem with that, of course, is that by doing so you put your dental health at risk. Sedation…

The Cure, Not the Cause: Root Canals in Atlanta

Root canals have a bad reputation. Just hearing the words makes a lot of people uneasy, because the first thing they think of is pain. But at Flax Dental in Atlanta, we stress that root canals do the opposite: they don’t cause pain, they relieve it. A root canal usually becomes necessary when a tooth…

Keeping You Comfortable: Sedation Dentistry in Atlanta

At Flax Dental in Atlanta, we make a conscious effort to help our patients feel comfortable. We recognize that many suffer from dental anxiety, which is why we offer sedation dentistry. Fear of the dentist is far more common than you might realize, and is certainly nothing to be ashamed of. While many people look…


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