RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY IN ALPHARETTA
Restorative dentistry can return health and function to your smile. Without a fully functional mouth, something as simple as eating may become burdensome or even painful for you as well as lost teeth are more prone to gum disease and other health problems. At Golsen Dentistry, we provide you with a full range of restorative dentistry options, from restoring minor damage and major tooth loss to utilizing laser to help tissue.
Our goal is to achieve undetectable dentistry. For years, silver mercury was the primary material used by dentists to fill cavities. Today tooth-colored restorations are superior in many ways.
Dental implants have become a choice treatment option for many patients who are missing one or more teeth. A dental implant is a replacement tooth “root” constructed of medical grade titanium.
PORCELAIN ONLAYS OR CROWNS
We try to preserve as much tooth structure as possible by offering porcelain onlays. The onlays are laid on top of the tooth, saving most of the tooth. By minimizing tooth destruction, we can often save the tooth for another 15 years.
We use the diode laser for soft-tissue treatment, particularly when we are working on crowns. With the diode laser, we can provide faster healing, reduced risk of infection, and fewer separate surgical appointments with less bleeding and pain.
I have been cared for here for 17+ years – many of the staff members I met in 2000 still work here – We have watched each other’s families grow up! Dr Jill is amazing & her work is impeccable. You get what you pay for & quality is the key.
Went to Golsen’s for a second opinion, and am still relying on them for my dental needs. They are totally professional and caring.
I can’t say enough wonderful things about Dr Jill and her staff. ..I mean ALL of them! I went in for dental stuff and got so much more!
The staff is wonderful. Dani is super sweet and professional. Dr. Jill is the bestest!!!!!
My husband and I are pleased to say we have been patients of Golsen Family Dentistry for 20 years. The first thing a person notices about you is your teeth.