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Wisdom Teeth: To Pull or Not to Pull, That is the Question

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The wisdom teeth are the last four teeth to erupt. They usually make their appearance during the final teen years or early 20s. These molars are often a source of pain and discomfort. They are notorious for coming in crooked, erupting partway or coming up partially underneath the second molars. The vast majority of people …

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Trusted Cosmetic Dentist

Patient Smiling After Porcelain Veneers from Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates

It’s no secret that appearance and beauty have always been an integral part of American culture. As such, individuals are challenging stereotypes when it comes to getting older, vowing to age beautifully, not gracefully. Dental Economics explains that this change in attitude is reflected by the boom in plastic surgery, along with the request for …

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When You Need Emergency Dental Care

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While there is a growing emphasis on preventative dentistry and a greater awareness of dental-related conditions, most individuals are not sure when and if they need emergency dental care. What’s more, dental emergencies seem to happen at the most unsuspecting times and places. In any case, the team at Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates wants you …

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Frame Your Smile With Botox Cosmetic

There’s no question that Botox has generated huge waves in the world of aesthetics, as the dollar amount spent on the popular injections (along with dermal fillers) exceeds the number spent on breast implants and liposuction combined (American Academy of Facial Esthetics). As such, dentists across the country are integrating Botox into their practices, both …

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Halitosis – Chronic Bad Breath

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While it’s considered normal to emit an unpleasant odor first thing in the morning, and understandable to have bad breath following a spicy meal, chronic bad breath is a persistent condition that does not go away. In other words, it doesn’t matter how much one brushes their teeth, or if he or she uses mouthwash. …

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Diastema

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As a gap or space between teeth, a Diastema is most often noticed between the two front teeth, though it can develop anywhere in the mouth. Thus, while a space between a child’s two front teeth may naturally close once his or her permanent teeth emerge, there are some cases in which the gap remains. …

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Improving Your Smile with Porcelain Veneers

Patient Smiling After Porcelain Veneers from Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates

In flipping through a magazine, it’s likely that many of the smiles you see are a product of porcelain veneers. These wafer-thin shells of tooth-colored materials are uniquely designed to cover the front surfaces of teeth to enhance their appearance. Remarkably, veneers can change the color, shape, size and length of teeth, and mimic the …

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Dental Fillings: Options To Restore Your Teeth

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When a tooth has been damaged by decay, dental professionals restore teeth back to their normal shape and function with a dental filling. In essence, the dentist begins by removing the decayed portion of a tooth. Next, he or she cleans the area of infection before filling it with a protective material. The purpose of …

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Meth Mouth and Oral Health

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In a recent article published by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the number of methamphetamine-related deaths across the United States has continued to rise every year since 2010, and current numbers across the metro-Atlanta area are alarming. For those that survive, the consequences are severe, including stroke and permanent brain damage. Yet, meth also poses significant …

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Our Patient Reviews

Kennesaw Mountain Dental Associates
4.8 / 5.0

Based on 69 reviews

Andrew Candler

Have been going here for about 2 years and absolutely love this group of professionals. Dr Contractor is great and Kasey is amazing!

Mira Figueira

I enjoyed my experience at this dentist office. They are always friendly and extremely helpful. Dr. Contractor is a nice guy and he knows what he is doing.

Debra Benson

Dr. Contractor and his staff are consistently friendly and helpful. Their knowledge and skills make for a visit to the dentist much less stressful.

Vince Albachiaro

Best Dentist and staff ever! Took a great interest in me and helped me navigate my dental needs during and after cancer treatments.

Address

1815 Old 41 Hwy NW #310,
Kennesaw, GA 30152

Contact

Tel: (770) 425-4100

Practice Hours

Mon - Wed: 8am - 5pm
Thurs: 8am - 3pm, Fri: 7am - 2pm