If you are missing teeth or have serious tooth decay issues, these problems can ruin your smile’s appearance and self-esteem. Fortunately with the latest in dental technology, it is possible to replace missing or damaged teeth with an amazing procedure that will give you the dental care you deserve.

Our goal at Lanier Family & Cosmetic Dentistry is to provide each patient with the highest level of care in a relaxing and comfortable environment. Our office is outfitted with the latest technology to make your visit more enjoyable.

Our Buford dentist office is designed with amenities to make you feel at home with a warm and inviting presence. We have a refreshment bar with complimentary coffee, water, and soft drinks. We also have satellite radio, HDTV and DVDs in each of our treatment rooms.


Digital X-rays

We use digital x-rays which are far faster and safer than traditional x-rays. These diagnostic images are extremely important in diagnosing dental problems and getting a clear picture of your overall dental health.

Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)

In addition, we offer nitrous oxide for patients who have dental anxiety or fear. Laughing gas, as it is better known, has a calming effect, which leaves the patient alert yet relaxed and cooperative during treatment.


Lanier Family & Cosmetic Dentistry is full of trained dentists who utilize the latest in dental technology to help you get a dental implant that will truly last. We provide dental implants that will look just like a real tooth, and these teeth are long lasting so to give you a beautiful smile for many years to come. We have a success rate of 95% so you can be sure when you visit our dentist office, you will receive the highest quality dental implants and dental services in Buford.

We look forward to meeting you. Our office is conveniently located in Buford, Georgia and we gladly see new patients from surrounding areas including Lawrenceville, Braselton and Flowery Branch. Give us a call at 678-359-4707, or request an appointment online with Dr. Brown or Dr. Newberry today.