Are you looking for an exceptional general dentist who can provide you and your family with expert dental care? If so, you will be very happy with the dental care that you receive at our dental practice, Northbridge Dental. Our dentists and entire staff are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest level of treatment in a warm and caring environment. If you want to see our dentist in Alpharetta and become part of our extended dental care family, simply contact us for an appointment.
At our dental practice we are very pleased to have two top-notch, highly-trained dentists. Our dentists are Dr. Stanley Sotnikov and Dr. Elvira Galperin. Patients come to our office for many different types of services. Some patients come to see our dentists for dental exams, while others come to see our dentists for cosmetic dental care including porcelain crowns and dental inlays onlays. If you want to make sure that your teeth and gums stay healthy it is very important that you come see our dentist in Alpharetta for periodic dental exams. It is generally recommended that patients come in to see the dentist about every six months. Depending on your medical history and your current dental situation, our dentist may recommend that you visit our office more frequently.
When our dentist in Alpharetta performs a dental exam you can be sure that your mouth will be thoroughly examined for any problems. In the beginning of a dental exam you will most likely have a set of x-rays that will be reviewed to make sure that you do not have any hidden cavities between teeth or any problems under the gum line. Our dentist will then examine your mouth to make sure that you have no signs of oral cancer, that your bite is functioning well, that your jaw is functioning well, and that your gums are not having any problems. If it is determined that you have gingivitis, a precursor of gum disease, our dentist will most likely recommend that you have several dental cleanings over the coming months to ensure that your gums get back on the road to good health. If it is determined that you have gum disease, it may well be recommended that you have an endodontic treatment of scaling and root planing. This procedure is a deep cleaning for the gums which will help remove infection and reduce deep pockets that have formed between your gums and teeth. To see one of our expert dentists, contact us today.