#IAmAndWill Every year on the fourth of February, World Cancer Day “empowers all of us across the world to show support, raise our collective voice, take personal action and press our governments to do more. World Cancer Day is the only day on the global health calendar where we can all unite and rally under
If you have pain in your teeth it can mean a variety of things. Dentally speaking, painful teeth can mean you have a cavity, abscess, cracked tooth, gingivitis, pulpitis, impacted tooth or tooth decay. Our dental professionals at Gwinnett Family Dental Care would like to remind you to book a comprehensive dental exam with one
Happy Holidays from our team at Gwinnett Family Dental Care. We are grateful for each of our patients, and we wish you all the joy and happiness this holiday season has to offer. It seems like we were just ushering our kids back to school, though. Where did time go? Has time slipped away from
Our dental professionals at Gwinnett Family Dental Care have a lot to be grateful for. During the month of November the emphasis is around Thanksgiving and counting your blessings. We’re grateful for our team of dedicated and caring professionals at our office. We’re also grateful to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for setting aside this
Happy fall y’all from Gwinnett Family Dental Care. We just love this new season of change. The leaves around our beautiful state of Georgia are just gorgeous. To find the best places in Georgia for leaf viewing you can follow “Leaf Watch 2018” here on Georgia Department of Natural Resources State Parks & Historical Sites.
Your teeth are a big deal. Each tiny tooth is part of a big chewing process that is a huge deal. Let’s follow the progression of a tiny tooth through to its ultimate role it plays in your total health. Each tooth is made of four different types of tissue: pulp, dentin, enamel and cementum.