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10/07/2016
By: Sandra J.
Chapel Hill Family Dentistry
Not happy and very depressed this morning. When I went in last week to have them secure my front bridge they said they could do it. I explained it would be a few months before I could have the implants done so I was hoping they would secure it to last until then. Instead they used a temporary glue that did not hold very well and when I went back the doctor did not even come to check it. So the assistant tried to fix it and did not even hold it for a second while it was to take effect .Instead she moved it which of course made it so nothing has changed. I know they want to do the implant but why not try to help me now with securing it in a good way until I have the monies to move forward. I now know why dentist scare me in more ways then one. Feeling sad and helpless is no fun.
10/06/2014
By: agodsend624
West Georgia Family Dentistry P C
I found this office to be very caring and patient. I had to get a deep cleaning and was dental phobic. I found them to be understanding and went through great strides to comfort me. They even allowed my daughter who is studying to be a dental assistant to stay on the room with me to hold my hand. They come highly recommended by me
05/20/2016
By: Tiffany B.
Dentistry for Children
My kids have gone to Dentistry for Children for over 15 years, different location though. We recently switched over to this location and though they are knowledgeable the available appointment times need to be enhanced. Would love to see more appointment times because this would be helpful for working parents.
05/11/2016
By: Yvonne M.
Tyrone James
the staff is amazing. they always take care of me and go out of there way do give amazing customer service. dr james is by the best dentist I have ever been to I will never go anywhere else. the work is amazing I never had any problems.
02/07/2013
By: beckycobb
Williams, Jim DMD
He is The Best! He performed a root canal on me yesterday, the whole time he is working on you he is asking," Are you ok?", and he calls you after your procedure at night. He really cares about you and your well being.
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03/30/2016
By: Eddie W.
Williams, Jim DMD
Awesome Dentist & staff. Very friendly and professional. I would recommend to everyone. Sandra the Hygenist is Amazing!. Go ahead, call and make your appointment.
08/22/2013
By: sandmans1
Williams, Richard O
They are the best! They don't do things you don't need. I would tell everyone to go there.Both my children go there and love it.
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02/11/2015
By: Troyekia W.
Creekside Dental Inc
great dentist. I been using his services for many years
Tips & Advices
This depends on the prosthetic.
  • Dental implants, when cared for properly, can last a lifetime.
  • Crowns typically last between 10-15 years.
  • Resin-bonded bridges typically last between seven  and 10 years. Tooth-supported fixed bridges generally wear out faster than this.
  • Removable partial dentures typically last around 15 years.
  • Complete dentures typically last between five and six years.
The entire process for adding dental implants could take as long as eight months. There are three phases:
  • Phase 1: Grafting. This may take between three and six  months.
  • Phase 2: Artificial root placement. This may take one to two  hours to complete and will take between three and six  months to heal.
  • Phase 3: Crown placement. This is usually done over the course of two visits, two weeks apart.
One dental implant typically costs $1,000-$3,000. However, the abutment (a connector added onto the top of a dental implant) and crown can add $500-$3,000. Multiple dental implants may cost $3,000-$30,000. A full set of implant dentures may cost as much as $90,000, though the average is around $34,000.
A dental implant is a titanium post shaped like a natural tooth's root that is surgically inserted into the jawbone beneath the gums. These posts allow dentists to secure a replacement tooth or bridge in the correct position.
Maxillofacial prosthesis is a subspecialty of prosthodontics. A maxillofacial prosthesis is meant to rehabilitate patients who have defects or disabilities due to trauma, disease, or those that a patient is has from birth. The prosthesis is designed to replace parts of the bone or tissue that are missing, or to help restore functions of the mouth, such as swallowing, chewing, or speaking. Other prostheses are created to protect the face during radiation therapy. Dentists that work with maxillofacial prostheses often collaborate closely with ear, nose, and throat doctors.

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