Marietta GA Dentist Best Family Restorative Cosmetic Practice Announced

A family run dental practice in Marietta, GA, has been named the top rated award winning dentist in the area. Wohlers Family Dentistry prides itself on its high quality service, and friendly experience.

Marietta, United States - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Wohlers Family Dentistry has been announced as the most award winning dental practice in Marietta, GA. It offers a wide range of dental services for families and individuals, and prides itself on treating patients like family. The practice site explains that, from the moment patients walk through the door, they will get the highest levels of service.

More information can be found at: https://www.wohlersdentistry.com/.

Wohlers Family Dentistry offers a warm and comfortable environment for its patients, and sets itself the highest expectations for all of its dental care. Whether patients around Marietta, GA, are looking for preventative dental care, or cosmetic options to improve their smile, they can get in touch to get the best services.

The experienced and award winning team at Wohlers Family Dentistry emphasizes that when it comes to preventative dentistry, the best form of defense for oral health is a good offence. This means routine cleaning that gets to the areas that brushing and flossing can’t, and spotting problem areas before they have a chance to develop.

Patients will see the same hygienist at each cleaning session the come to, which helps to ensure they develop a relationship and make coming to the dentist a more pleasant experience.

In addition to this, they can receive fluoride treatments that help to keep teeth in good condition for a lifetime. Fluoride helps to strengthen teeth, remineralize weakened areas, and increase salivary action. Learn more at https://www.wohlersdentistry.com/dental-implants/

A full range of cosmetic, restorative and preventative services are given on the practice website. Cosmetic options around Marietta include getting Invisalign braces, tooth whitening, and orthodontic treatments. Implants, dentures and root canal treatments are also available.

When it comes to preventative and general dentistry, the team can provide periodontal therapy, routine dental cleaning, and crowns and fillings. Learn more at https://www.wohlersdentistry.com/invisalign/

Interested parties wanting to get in touch and book an appointment can easily do so through visiting the URL above. There is a new patient experience page where people can learn more about the process, including what they can expect on their first trip to Wohlers Family Dentistry.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Jennifer Wohlers
Organization: Wohlers Family Dentistry
Address: 3733 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30066, United States

For more information, please visit https://www.wohlersdentistry.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 238630

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