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Blog Posts in June, 2015

A Younger Appearance with Botox

Botox is a temporary cosmetic procedure that can erase lines and wrinkles on your face, resulting in smoother skin and a more youthful appearance. The procedure is safe, quick, and effective, and can ...
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5-star review on Google+

Sanna M. ecently had some kind words for us in her 5-star review on our Google+ page: "Years of dental fears have begun to heal in the experienced care of dr. Myers. I have been absolutely amazed ...
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Why Do Gums Recede?

Your gums may begin to recede for a number of reasons, including periodontal disease, poor dental hygiene, aggressive tooth brushing, genetics, tobacco use, hormonal changes, and some medical ...
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It's Never Too Late for a Better Smile

A cosmetic dentist in Alpharetta can improve your smile through a number of cosmetic dentistry procedures. A better smile can help you feel more self-confident and self-assured at any age. Most ...
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Patient Appreciation on Google+

Our long time patients know when they come into the Cosemetic Dentristy Center of Alpharetta they they are part of the family. Here's what Dorthy H. has to say about us on our Google+ page: ...
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An Overview of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a treatable medical condition that affects the way you breathe while you are sleeping. It is a very common condition, but often goes undiagnosed. Sleep apnea can lead to intense sleep ...
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Understanding TMJ

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, also known as TMJ or TMD, is an inflammatory disorder that affects your jaw and can cause pain that radiates throughout your jaw and head. The temporomandibular joint ...
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