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Why is Flossing Important?

Some people may overlook flossing in their daily oral health routine. However, flossing daily is often the key to preventing oral health problems such as tooth decay and gum disease. In addition, flossing prevents serious heart problems that can result…

Do I Need My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Wisdom teeth usually erupt between the ages of 17-25, which is why they’re referred to as “wisdom” teeth. clinically they are referred to as “third molars” because they are very similar to the first two sets of molars that develop…

What Causes Cavities?

Cavities, or tooth decay, occurs when tooth enamel wears away. If enough enamel wears away, the soft tissues and nerves within the tooth will be exposed. One of the first signs of a cavity is sensitivity to temperature and touch.…

What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

Do you have severely damaged or missing teeth? Try dental implants. Dental implants are a more modern and long-lasting solution for tooth loss that helps preserve your oral health and function. Lanier Family and Cosmetic Dentistry is a Buford, GA…

Lanier Dentistry Patient Reviews

Dr. Alla Brown, Dr. Amanda Newberry, and the professional team of Lanier Family and Cosmetic Dentistry are dedicated to helping patients maintain healthy smiles. Their Buford, GA dental office is equipped with the latest dental technology to solve all types…

What Causes Bruxism?

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a common condition that can occur at any age. Adults may unconsciously clench or grind their teeth when awake or asleep, and 10% of all adults have been diagnosed with bruxism. Teeth grinding…

What to Expect at Your Next Visit

COVID-19 Protocols: What to Expect At Lanier Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, we are now open for non-emergency dental care. All patients are screened prior to entering the building. We ask that if you are sick or have been exposed to…

COVID-19 Safety Protocol

To our valued patients, We continue to follow OSHA and CDC guidelines and have taken additional steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  The safety and health of our patients, and of our entire team have always been, and remain…

Maintaining Your Oral Health and Diet

You know to brush and floss twice a day and visit the dentist for routine dental cleanings. However, many patients aren’t aware of how their diet affects their teeth and gums. Even if you brush and floss twice a day,…

Fixing a Chipped Tooth

Although tooth enamel is one of the hardest substances in the human body, it can still be broken. People often chip or break teeth when biting down on hard foods such as ice, nuts or hard candies or chewing or…