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3246 Atlanta Road, Suite B, Smyrna, GA 3008030080

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Office Hours

Monday:        9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday:       11:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday:  9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday:      9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday:           9:00am – 1:00pm


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Dr. Lamonthe is awesome! I came in for a second opinion and was able to get the help I needed. I felt very comfortable and when receiving the numbing shot I did not feel a thing. I think I found my new dentist :)
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When might patients in Smyrna, GA consider implant dentistry?

Regardless of the continued improvements in dental technology and dental care, hundreds of patients in the Smyrna, GA area may find themselves missing natural teeth. Whether it’s from aging, injury, gum disease, or tooth decay, natural teeth may not last a lifetime for many patients. Restoring the smile after tooth loss is important to maintain a beautiful and healthy smile, and patients who visit the Smyrna Dental and Implant Center can learn about the benefits of implant dentistry.

Dental implants play an essential role in the restoration of smiles. Although other solutions are available, including dental bridges and removable partial and full dentures, dental implants are highly suggested for patients who are proper candidates for treatment. Implants are made of titanium, and look similar to a screw. They are surgically placed into the jawbone, and then allowed to heal. During the healing process, the bone of the jaw grows around the implant to hold it in place. This process, called osseointegration, gives dental implants their strength and stability. Once this process has occurred, the dental implant is restored with a full dental crown, and patients have a new and improved smile!

Patients may consider implant dentistry for a variety of reasons. The primary benefit of dental implants is strength. No other restoration compares. Additionally, when properly cared for over the years, patients can enjoy their implants for decades, even a lifetime. While they are often more costly initially, they maintain their value better than any other solution available, and can be a great way for patients to replace one or more teeth. They can also be used for patients who are unhappy with their full cosmetic dentures, and are considering the benefits of implant-supported dentures through Smyrna Dental and Implant Center in Smyrna, GA.

After tooth loss, patients can speak with their family dentist to determine the best restorative option for their unique situation. Dr. Lamothe and his team always work with families to help maintain beautiful, healthy smiles for life, and invite patients to contact the practice and schedule a consultation visit and examination to determine the likelihood that dental implants would address their concerns.

Dr. David Lamothe

Smyrna Dental & Headache Center

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Dr. David Lamothe at Smyrna Dental is dedicated to helping patients get back their confidence with a healthy and a happy smile. He provides services ranging from cosmetic and restorative dentistry with the help of the latest digital technology and equipment. With treatment options such as dental crowns, bridges, implants and full mouth reconstruction, Dr. Lamothe will help regain the smile you have always dreamed of.

Dr. Lamothe earned his dentistry degree from the University of Texas Dental Branch. He pursued to advance his knowledge with practice and continuous education through dental courses specializing in restorative and cosmetic dental techniques. Due to his years of expertise and skills, he is valued as a member of the National Dental Association and prestigious dental associations.

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