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3246 Atlanta Road, Suite B, Smyrna, GA 3008030080
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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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Rating: 5 Dentist Smyrna GA  - 5 Star patient Reviews
Dr. David Lamothe Reviewed by Edward L .
"My first visit to Smyrna Dental & Headache Center was shortly after it opened in 2008. My Dad, who was 90 years old at that time, had a dental issue. We just walked in, no appt."
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Springstone

Our practice is pleased to offer Springstone Patient FinancingSM. A variety of flexible plans provides low monthly payments with no money down and no payment for 3-7 weeks. You can calculate monthly payment options or you can place an application. For more information on this attractive option, just ask our team or visit springstoneplan.com.

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Marietta patients ask about full dentures

An entire arch of lost teeth can be devastating to the appearance, health, and function of the mouth. When patients in the Marietta area are dealing with lost teeth due to trauma or disease, they need to speak with a dedicated restorative dentist about repairing their smiles in an effective, affordable manner. Dr. David Lamothe of Smyrna Dental and Implant Center can provide many different methods of restoration including dentures.

Dentures come in two types – full dentures and partial dentures. These dentures, sometimes just referred to as “partials,” are used when patients are missing one tooth, or several, within the dental arch. They will want to achieve restoration with a removable solution that is affordable and so partial dentures often fit the bill. The loss of all the teeth on the upper or lower jaw can be restored using full dentures.

Full dentures are made of acrylic and are customized for patients to rejuvenate their smiles. These restorations can be held in place in one of three ways:
  • Natural suction in the mouth
  • Dental adhesives
  • Dental implants
Dr. David Lamothe can educate patients on whether full dentures are appropriate for their smiles. In many cases, they are the only method of repair when many teeth are lost. Bridges need surrounding teeth for support, and dental implants are much too expensive to replace every tooth.

Dentures are excellent choices for many patients. It is important that patients consult with their dentist to determine which option is best for their specific needs. Many patients will find full dentures to be a great method of repair.

If you live in or around the Marietta area and are interested in finding out more about dentures, contact our team today. We can examine the smile, take x-rays, and work with patients to determine if full dentures are right for them.

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