Family Dentistry

Keep Flossing Your Teeth, Even Though You’re Worried About Coronavirus

One of the precautions recommended by the CDC in protecting against coronavirus is to avoid touching your face. The goal is to keep your hands off the places where respiratory disease can be spread – your eyes, nose… and mouth. What does that mean for flossing? Nothing. You should still be doing it. Your Johns …

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Brush Up on Good Oral Health During Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, a time dedicated to teaching kids (and parents) the importance of maintaining good oral health and preventing cavities. The American Dental Association takes pediatric dental care seriously – and so does your Johns Creek family dentist, who is determined to set every child up for a lifetime of …

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Donate to Toys for Tots at Family & Cosmetic Dental Care in Johns Creek

Family & Cosmetic Dental Care is proud to support the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation for the third year by serving as a toy drop location for the Johns Creek area. Donations of new, unwrapped toys can be made in person at our dental office at 2627 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 440 in Suwanee, Georgia, Mondays …

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Get a Smile Makeover in Time for Your Holiday Photos

If you’re serious about your holiday card preparation, your family photo shoot is probably scheduled for right about now. While your outfits and theme might be well-planned, are your teeth ready for their close-up? Kick off this holiday season with a smile makeover that will make you look better than ever and help you exude …

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The Tooth Fairy Is Watching: Help Your Kids Develop Good Dental Habits

August 22 is declared as National Tooth Fairy Day. But so is February 28. While you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone running around with a wand and glittery dollars and coins on either day, it’s interesting to note that the dates are approximately six months apart, which is the maximum amount of time that should …

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