When Should My Child Have Their First Dental Appointment?

Being a parent is not easy. There are all kinds of rules and guidelines you need to learn to help ensure the health of your child. But it’s a challenge that you gladly accept because there’s nothing you won’t do for your kid. And that includes their oral/dental health. Many parents wonder what the right […]

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The Most Common Dental Problems and How to Prevent Them

Almost all of us have suffered from some kind of dental problem in our lifetimes. And if you haven’t, that’s impressive – but it doesn’t mean it couldn’t still happen. The good news is that most common dental problems are preventable by proper oral hygiene: Regular brushing and flossing, as well as twice-yearly trips to […]

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How often should you get your teeth cleaned?

No matter your age or health status, it is important that you schedule regular exams with your dentist. This is because routine dental exams allow your dentist to identify emerging health concerns with your teeth and gums, helping you to avoid cavities and other problems such as gum disease. Routine dental cleanings Routine dental exams […]

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Sweets During the Holidays and Their Effect on our Teeth

There is so much to love about the holiday season: The warmth of time spent with friends and family, parties stocked with wonderful food and drink, and, of course, all the sweet treats that appear everywhere – whether it’s in your home, office, or even the gym. But as good as all of that is, […]

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Getting Back to School and Dental Care

School is back in full swing, and that means your kids are busy again – and not just in school but also fully involved with sports, clubs, band practices, etc. And while it may be nice to have your kiddos out of the house and on the go, all that activity means that time is […]

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How Dentists Fill Cavities

Since 1974, BGW Dental Group has served patients throughout northeast Georgia. But just because we serve the dental needs of our community, doesn’t mean everyone attends every scheduled appointment nor that everyone in our community has a dentist. In fact, 9 out of 10 adults having some degree of tooth decay and 90% of adults […]

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Dental Hygiene While Traveling

A Vacation For Your Mouth Ah, the holidays – a time when you get to visit family and enjoy spending time with loved ones. And, with decreasing COVID numbers and increasing vaccination rates, we hope this year will be a more “normal” holiday season. But just because you take a break and travel to see […]

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Why Family Dentistry?

Time To Care For Your Teeth From the time you can remember, you probably had your parents challenging you to, “take care of your teeth!” As you grew up, you learned that there was a reason for that: Strong oral health allows you to maintain best health practices throughout your entire body, as well as […]

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