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We got a bunch of positive reviews in the last 2 weeks. We are blessed to have such a wonderful group of patients. Its patients like these that drive us to do better every day. Thank you to these and all our patients that have trusted us with their oral care. We will strive to do better each and every day.
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6/3/17
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Two years ago we opened our doors to provide quality dental care and started on a journey we had been thinking about (running a private dental practice) for a few years before that. In fact we were a bit scared as it seemed a bit daunting. We have learnt through these 2 wonderful years that while working for others might be easy and less risky, running a dental practice is more rewarding and fulfilling. No doubt there were/are quite a few challenges, just like running any business can pose, pursuing and following your passion has its rewards. While we are still growing to maximize our potential, we want to take a pause and thank each and every one of you that has played a vital role in our passion coming to fruition.

First and foremost we want to thank every one of our patients for your trust and loyalty. You are the reason we exist and we will strive to provide quality dental care every single day. We want to thank all our friends that have promoted us, given us feedback and motivation. We value your friendship more than we can express in words. We want to thank everyone that has taken time to share their positive experience online through reviews on Facebook, Google, Yelp and other outlets. Your reviews do make a difference and we are forever humbled by your feedback. We thank the Forsyth Chamber of Commerce, Lanier Forsyth Rotary Club, various organizations like GATS, IFA and its members for their contribution to the residents and our success. We want to thank all our employees (past and present) for your hard work. We will not be here without your huge contribution. Your dedication to providing quality dental care makes a huge difference. So thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Last but not the least our family for the motivation, guidance and support throughout this process.

This is a journey and not a destination. So we will strive to keep doing good work and earn all of your support and loyalty for years to come. Cheers!
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5/25/17
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If you have dental insurance, maximize your dental insurance benefits and/or your flex spending benefits before they run out! Your insurance benefits may be expiring in December, and any unused benefit dollars will be lost. Here is some useful information about dental insurances, yearly maximums, and how it affects you.
The Yearly Maximum is the total amount your insurance company will pay for your dental work in one full year. This amount varies by insurance companies and is usually between $1,000- $2,000 per year, per person in your family. This maximum typically renews every calendar year. However, if you have unused benefits, you will lose them. They do not roll over and cannot be used next year. Don’t waste the money you have earned through your insurance premiums. If you dont use it you will lose it!
Take advantage of your unused benefits — call our office at (678) 922-8282 to schedule an appointment before time runs out! Beat the rush and don't wait till the last minute to be sure you can use your benefits this year.
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We had close to 70 responses to our "Take a wild guess" halloween contest. We want to thank everyone for your participation. We had a wide range of guesses. Here are some highlights:
Lowest Guess : 18
Highest Guess: 700
4 People within 8 of the actual number
While no one guessed the actual number right, 2 people came very close to it and guessed 220. (218 was the actual number of candies in the jar). Katie Kim and Deepa Badam are our "Take a wild guess" contest winners.
Congratulations Katie Kim & Deepa Badam !!!
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Children’s Halloween dream -- to get lots of candy -- can be their parents’ nightmare. But pediatric dental experts say Halloween can be a time to teach your children good oral health habits for life, without depriving them of Halloween treats (think moderation). Here are their five best tricks for healthy teeth.
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Take a wild guess ! Guess the number of candies in this jar to win. Be spooky and guess the exact number to win $50 Bright Smiles dollars. In case there are no spooky guesses, guess closest to the actual number and win $25 Bright Smiles dollars. First to guess wins the prize. Only 1 guess allowed per person. Winner will be announced on Halloween day, 10/31. Call our office for further details on the game as well as restrictions.
Have a spooky guess!
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If you have dental insurance, maximize your dental insurance benefits and/or your flex spending benefits before they run out! Your insurance benefits may be expiring in December, and any unused benefit dollars will be lost. Here is some useful information about dental insurances, yearly maximums, and how it affects you.
The Yearly Maximum is the total amount your insurance company will pay for your dental work in one full year. This amount varies by insurance companies and is usually between $1,000- $2,000 per year, per person in your family. This maximum typically renews every calendar year. However, if you have unused benefits, you will lose them. They do not roll over and cannot be used next year. Don’t waste the money you have earned through your insurance premiums. If you dont use it you will lose it!
Take advantage of your unused benefits — call our office at (678) 922-8282 to schedule an appointment before time runs out! Beat the rush and don't wait till the last minute to be sure you can use your benefits this year.
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Diet plays a critical role in your dental health.

To help keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape, the American Dental Association advises:

Choose healthy foods from the five main groups: fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains and low-fat dairy.
Drink lots of water.
Limit snacking. Eating a meal, rather than just a snack, improves saliva production. This can help protect teeth from cavities.
When you do snack, opt for something healthier, such as produce or cheese.
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Do you add milk to your tea? Adding milk to Tea may limit staining! Happy Monday!
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