Want To Know How To Get A $25 Credit?

We love helping patients like you achieve healthy, beautiful smiles. With the variety of treatments we provide, there are restorative and cosmetic options for almost any dental condition. Whether it’s a filling, a more complex restoration like a denture or implant, or a smile enhancing cosmetic treatment, we have it all under one roof. Help us spread the word by letting others know that we have solutions to help restore their smiles! Besides feeling good about helping out a family or friend, we’ll give you an even sweeter reason to share our practice with your network — read on to find out more.

If you refer a new patient to our practice, we’ll reward you with a $25 account credit. It’s our way of saying thank you for giving us the opportunity to help more patients with their dental needs. As a current patient, we know you are familiar with our dental team and the treatments we offer, but here are a few bullet points you can share with your friends to give them more reason to visit us:

  • We make our patients feel at home in our office — That’s not usually the case when you visit a dentist. We try to make all our patients feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
  • An 82-year-old patient recently wanted to get her teeth spruced up.  There wasn’t a dry eye in the office when we saw how happy she was with her new porcelain veneers. If you want a new smile, we will make it happen!
  • As extra proof, you can refer them to all the amazing reviews we’ve received on Google and Facebook. Our 5-star reviews speak for themselves!

We want to make a positive impact on the lives of even more people in our community, and we are so appreciative of your help in reaching that goal! Remember, you’ll receive a $25 credit to your account as our way of saying thank you once the referred patient completes their dental exam. Please let us know if you have any questions, and until we see you again at your next visit, have a great day!

Early Detection Is Key

According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, close to 53,000 Americans were diagnosed with oral cancer in 2019, and only about half of these individuals will still be alive in 5 years. The high death rate of this type of cancer is a result of late stage diagnoses. At Dentistry by Angela Britt we make it a priority to screen for oral cancer during your routine dental exam because early detection is the best way to prevent it from developing and spreading.

Oral cancer often goes undetected because the early stages virtually painless and unnoticeable, but here are common signs we look for:

  • Red and white patches in the mouth lasting more than two weeks
  • Lump or sore in the mouth, lips or throat
  • Pain or tenderness around mouth or lips
  • Pain when swallowing
  • Difficulty moving tongue or jaw
  • Difficulty chewing or swallowing

During your oral cancer screening exam, we look inside your mouth to check for red and white patches and sores. Since it can be difficult to detect these patches or lesions with the naked eye, we utilize the latest technology to give us a better view of your mouth. The Velescope® VX is a handheld tool that can detect abnormalities that we might otherwise not be able to see. The device emits a safe blue light that causes the healthy tissue in the mouth to appear fluorescent, while abnormal spots in the mouth do not.

Along with checking the tissue in the mouth, we also feel the inside of your mouth and examine your throat and neck for lumps or other abnormal signs. We want our patients in Brunswick, GA and the surrounding area to be aware of oral cancer symptoms. If you would like to speak with one of our dentists about oral cancer or would like more information on oral cancer screenings, please call our office at (912) 452-8221.

Do You Know the Condition of Your Gums?

Most people know it’s important to take good care of their teeth, but do you know the condition of your gums is just as important to your oral health as your pearly whites? We want patients to be aware of key factors that negatively affect the health of your gums. If you are facing treatment for your gums, we also want you to know that we offer a minimally invasive procedure to treat gum disease, also known as periodontal disease.

It was once thought that bacteria build up on the teeth caused damage to the gum tissue, however, we now know it’s the inflammation caused by bacteria that destroys the tissue. What’s more, people with periodontal disease are found to be at higher risk for major health issues such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, and more. The common culprit among all these conditions is inflammation.

It’s our goal to ensure our patients are informed on how to take care of their gums to prevent periodontal disease and decrease their risk of further complications. Here are a few steps you can take to keep your oral health and your overall health in check:

  • Brush and floss: Brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing once a day sounds simple, but making this your daily routine can make all the difference in your health.
  • Stop tobacco use: Smoking tobacco has negative effects on gum tissue and speeds up the effects of gum disease.
  • Eat Right: Eating a healthy, balanced diet helps fight inflammation, and there is some evidence that diets high in omega-3 fatty acids helps reduce the risk of gum disease.
  • Treat Early: With regular dental checkups, we can catch gum disease at its earliest stages, making it much easier to treat. Red, swollen, and bleeding gums are the first signs to look out for.

Please let us know if you have any concerns about your gums or oral health in general. We look forward to seeing you in our office soon!

Smile For the Camera

Thanks to modern technology, you can have food delivered to your home from your favorite restaurant, watch thousands of movies on your TV and order a new outfit from your phone just in time for the weekend. We have taken that type of convenience and applied it to our practice, as well. Allow us to introduce Smile Virtual — for those times when all you want to know is how you can improve your smile without having to come into the office for answers.

We get it, your time is precious. That’s why we’ve made it easy to get advice on how to achieve the dental results you want. All you have to do is follow these three easy steps:

  1. Take a selfie of your smile and upload it to our website
  2. Tell us what results you would like to achieve
  3. Receive a personalized video consultation from one of our dentists

It’s that simple. Dr. Angela Britt and Dr. Sadye Souther can give you recommendations for treatments based on a close up photo of your smile. As the only accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in southeast Georgia, Dr. Britt is trained and experienced in the latest cosmetic dentistry treatments available and can give you options you might never have known were possible.

We can also provide the estimated cost, time, and treatment details needed to book your appointment. You’ll have all the information you need to make a decision before even visiting our office.

To get started on the journey to a beautiful smile, head to this link and follow the simple instructions: https://www.smilevirtual.com/Angela-Sadye

All you need is your smile and a phone, and we’ll do the rest. For any questions you may have, please call our office at (912) 452-8221.

Welcome to 2020

The beginning of a new year motivates some people to start a new hobby, begin an exercise program or update their home. We like to think of it as a perfect time to improve your smile. Some of our patients, however, aren’t sure if it’s even possible to fix their dental problems. There is one easy way we can help figure out what exactly is bothering them with their teeth and how we can fix it. Click here to take this short Smile Analysis Survey.

At Dentistry by Angela Britt, we have made it easy for patients to achieve dazzling teeth using one of the many cosmetic dental treatments we offer. Whatever result you would like to achieve, we have a treatment for it. Many patients come to us complaining of crooked, damaged and stained teeth. We provide a variety of services that can help most cosmetic dental problems. These services include:

Not sure what treatment would best help your smile? We’ve made it easy for you to focus your cosmetic dentistry goals using this Smile Analysis Survey. This short survey will help us determine what exactly you would like to change about your teeth. Submit the survey, and Dr. Britt or Dr. Souther will provide you with a customized plan. It’s easy to get started on a new smile from the comfort of your home.

Cosmetic dentistry provides benefits for teeth that are:

  • Damaged due to tooth decay, injury or age
  • Stained and discolored
  • Missing or damaged beyond repair
  • Crooked or misshapen

Let us help you get your year off to a great start. Call our office to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help restore your smile.

Common Solutions for Damaged Teeth

Have you been tolerating issues with your teeth and smile that you aren’t happy about but don’t know how to fix? Many people go through life hiding flaws like cracked, broken or chipped teeth by covering their mouths when they speak or avoiding smiling. It leaves them feeling self-conscious in situations where they’re in the spotlight, such as work meetings or family photos.

Besides not feeling good about how their teeth look, these patients are also covering up potential dental problems that can result from having damaged teeth.

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Damaged Teeth

Chipped, broken or cracked teeth can cause pain and discomfort as well as put you at risk for losing the tooth. Avoiding chewing on a damaged tooth can also cause your teeth to become misaligned, leading to wear and tear on your healthy teeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry Solutions

Thanks to modern dentistry, however, you now have plenty of options to help restore your teeth so you can live life with confidence. At Dentistry by Angela Britt, we stay on top of the latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry in order to deliver our patients the outcomes they deserve. Here are a few common ways that we are able to restore damaged teeth:

  • Bonding: If you have a cracked tooth, we are able to fill it with material to match your natural teeth and restore its function.
  • Porcelain veneers: Veneers are a subtle way to alter the shape, size or color of your teeth using a thin piece of porcelain that is bonded to the front of the tooth.
  • Dental implants: A long-term solution for replacing missing or damaged teeth, implants are a popular solution because they look and feel like your natural teeth and can last a lifetime when properly cared for.

We are happy to offer treatments like these to patients in the Brunswick, Georgia area who are tired of hiding their damaged teeth and seeking a solution to help them achieve a smile they can be proud of. Please call our office to schedule a consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Can You Relate?

I have patients who tell me they are experiencing unexplained pain in their jaw, face, neck and shoulders. They don’t know what could be causing it, and don’t know who to ask for help.

When I tell them they are most likely suffering from temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) and that I can treat their symptoms, they are relieved to know there is a solution for their discomfort. Can you identify with any of these symptoms? Click here to learn more about the common symptoms of TMD.

TMD Symptoms

TMD is a pain in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which connects the lower jaw to the skull. When the TMJ is not functioning properly, it can cause the following symptoms:

  • Pain in the jaw, face, and ear that can travel to the neck and shoulders when chewing, talking or yawning
  • Popping, clicking or grating noises when jaw joint moves
  • Jaw may become “locked” open or can not fully open
  • Top teeth don’t align with bottom teeth, making it feel like your bite is “off”

What causes TMD?

Are you unsure of what could be causing your TMJ pain? Take a look at this list and see if you identify with any of these issues:

  • Grinding of the teeth (bruxism): Grinding teeth results in stress on the TMJ, muscle spasms and inflammation which leads to pain. Over time, this habit can wear down teeth and lead to bite misalignment. The result is that the TMJ changes and doesn’t function properly.
  • Teeth clenching: Constant clenching of the teeth causes stress on the TMJ. Stress is often blamed for tension in the jaw, which leads to the clenched jaw.
  • Osteoarthritis: The jaw joint can break down due to this degenerative joint disease. It causes a slow deterioration of cartilage.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis: This chronic inflammatory disorder causes inflammation of the joint and can affect the TMJ.

The good news is you don’t have suffer with pain any longer. At Dentistry by Angela Britt, we help TMD patients get the relief they need with solutions to prevent further TMD symptoms. Please contact our office today for a consultation.

Where Has Dr. Souther Been?

We mentioned on our Facebook page that we would reveal where Dr. Souther has been. As you know, we recently welcomed her to our practice. Just as she got settled into our offices though, we sent her on the road to attend dental training seminars in Las Vegas and Jacksonville. Find out more about her travels here.

We strive to keep up to date on the latest technology and techniques in dentistry so we can provide cutting-edge dental care for our patients. Dr. Souther was happy to take the opportunity, and we look forward to sharing what she has learned with you at your next visit.

First stop, Dr. Souther attended the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, the world’s premier post-graduate dental education center, where she spent her time training on advanced dentistry techniques. Exciting and rewarding were the two words Dr. Souther used to describe her experience at LVI. What stood out the most was the deep dive into advanced understanding of sleep apnea and how we as dentists can help those who suffer with sleep disorders. It’s remarkable how we can help improve the lives of patients, and we only know how to do this by staying on top of current treatments.

Next stop, the American Academy of Facial Esthetics in Jacksonville. What does facial esthetics have to do with dentistry, you ask? Quite a lot! They complement cosmetic dental treatments and help treat temporomandibular disorders (TMD) and migraine symptoms. For example, Botox has a clinical use, such as retraining facial muscles affected by dental problems. Dr. Souther couldn’t be more excited to provide patients with an added level of service and expertise that she gained from this course.

At Dentistry by Angela Britt, we regularly invest in continuing education and training because we care about our patients and delivering the best outcomes possible. Ask us how we incorporate our continuing education and training into our dental services at your next visit. There’s so much we can do to help you have a healthy and beautiful smile. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Calm Your Dental Anxiety With IV sedation

Do you put off your dentist appointments because of anxiety? You’re not alone. 15% of Americans avoid the dentist due to fear of dental treatments, including routine cleanings. We don’t want you to stop taking care of your teeth or avoid important dental treatments that can improve your oral health. That’s why we offer IV sedation, or “twilight” sedation, to help you have a relaxing and comfortable dental experience.

A good candidate for IV sedation is someone who:

  • Has strong fear or anxiety of going to the dentist
  • Had a bad dental experience in the past
  • Has strong aversion to the smells and sounds of a dentist office
  • Has a sensitive gag reflex

With IV sedation, or intravenous sedation, you have a stress-free and pain-free dental appointment and will be fully awake throughout the procedure.

IV sedation is a safe and effective option that is:

  • Fast acting
  • Puts you in a deeper state of relaxation then oral sedation or laughing gas
  • Leaves you conscious throughout the procedure, but you will have no memory of it
  • Allows you to respond to the dentist during your procedure
  • Greatly reduces gag reflex, which can be an issue for some people

Prior to your dental procedure, you will be administered anxiety reducing medicine through an intravenous drip. Although you will be highly monitored by our team, you won’t need medical assistance to maintain adequate breathing or your heart functioning as in done under general anesthesia. You will need an adult to drive you to and from your appointment. We’ll allow you to leave once we feel it safe for you to do so.

We are happy to discuss IV sedation as an option for your next dental appointment. We’ll go through your health history and answer any questions you may have. Please, don’t avoid another dental visit out of anxiety when you don’t have to. Your comfort is important to us, and we are here to help you.

Do You Suffer From Migraine Headaches?

If you suffer from migraine headaches, no one needs to tell you how debilitating and painful they can be. Like many others who experience these painful headaches, you may have lost time from work and had to miss family outings and other important life events while you stay at home until the pain has passed. Migraines can have a variety of causes, but you may be surprised to learn about one unexpected cause. Read on to learn more.

The Role of Teeth and Jaws

You may have never heard about the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) but it has a significant function in opening and closing your mouth and chewing your food. The TMJs connect your skull to your lower jaws. The joints work with the muscles, nerves, and teeth to produce jaw movement. When the TMJ is not functioning properly you can experience a variety of symptoms, from facial and jaw pain to ringing in your ears and, headaches, including migraine headaches. Other symptoms include:

  • Popping/clicking of jaw joints
  • Bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Open bite
  • Trouble chewing
  • Facial pain
  • Aces in neck and shoulders
  • Mouth breathing
  • And more . . .

Causes of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD)

It is uncertain how a TMD begins. Rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis, a connective tissue disease, trauma to the joints from constant teeth grinding, or clenching of the teeth could be causes.

Some Sources of Relief

There isn’t one therapy that works for everyone because the causes of TMD vary from one patient to the next, creating unique circumstances for each. Pain relievers and muscle relaxants can, however, reduce the pain associated with the disorder.

Diagnosis is the first step so that a custom treatment plan can be created for you. Your treatment could require changes in lifestyle, a breathing device, or a dental appliance to address issues with your bite, teeth grinding or muscle clenching. Sometimes surgery is required, but this is a last resort in special circumstances.

You can look forward to relief from your pain and improved concentration. You should begin to have restful sleep and find yourself enjoying an improved quality of life following treatment.

Don’t Wait Another Minute to Seek Relief

If you, a loved one or friend is suffering from repeated headaches, including migraine headaches, it may be time to see us. Our careful examination will determine whether you are suffering from TMD and we can discuss next steps toward reducing your pain.

If you are ready to take the first step toward pain relief and you are in the Brunswick, Georgia area, call us today to schedule a consultation. We will find the solution that is best for you.

We Love Helping You Get Healthy!

Earlier this year we were able to diagnose and treat a patient who was suffering from jaw pain. She had seen three different professionals, but none of them understood her problem. After visiting our office, she kindly added a review of her experience to Google. Read on to learn how we were able to help.

I know you can get so busy that you may put your own dental health on the back burner. Sometimes, you might overlook or tolerate signs of trouble — sore or bleeding gums, a tooth that may be sensitive to hot liquids, a bite that isn’t quite right — until it becomes a problem you can’t ignore. It happens. I want to encourage you not to postpone dealing with these issues because catching problems early can save you pain, time, and frustration. The old saying “a stitch in time saves nine” is extremely relevant when it comes to dental care. It’s never too early to take care of your teeth!

Many people suffer from migraine headaches, jaw pain, pain in the neck or face, and poor sleep quality. They may also experience problems with their bite and have difficulty closing their mouths comfortably. Without realizing it, they could be suffering from a condition called Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD). This condition involves the temporomandibular joint that connects your skull to your lower jaw. Treatment can be very effective in providing relief, but it requires a provider with knowledge of the disorder and the skills required to develop solutions unique to the individual.

If you, a member of your family, or a friend is experiencing symptoms like those I mentioned that are associated with TMD, or any other kind of dental problem, we would be honored to be of service in finding a solution. Providing you with the dental care you need is what we look forward to! Please contact my office to schedule an appointment for a consultation.

All the best,
Dr. Britt

Dental Implants Might Be Right for You!

If you have missing teeth and aren’t sure what treatment would be best for you, you are not alone. Many patients come to our office searching for treatment to replace missing teeth. The ideal treatment for you depends upon your unique situation, but many times dental implants offer the ideal solution. Why? Let’s look at the benefits they offer.

The Benefits of a Dental Implant

Composed of a titanium post that mimics the root of your tooth, an implant is used as the base for a final restoration that replaces your missing tooth. Implants can be used to replace individual teeth with a crown restoration or strategically placed to provide a base for bridges and other restorations. A dental implant provides the following benefits:

Natural look — The restoration placed upon the implant will be created to have a natural appearance and color that will fit well with surrounding teeth. You may forget which tooth is the implant!

Stability — The titanium post is set securely into your jaw bone so it will perform like a normal tooth — it will be unmovable when you eat or talk.

Long lifetime — When properly cared for, an implant can last a decade or more.

Saves bone and stops teeth from shifting — Once a tooth is removed, the bone around it begins to slowly deteriorate. Without the tooth to provide a boundary, adjacent teeth can drift and get out of alignment. Implants are known to promote bone growth where they are placed while providing a boundary that keeps adjacent teeth in place.

No extra maintenance — You care for your implant in the same manner you care for your other teeth. There are no additional procedures or special cleaning products required. Simply brush and floss every day and continue to keep your exam schedule with us.

No surrounding teeth are injured — We want to preserve your teeth whenever we can. Unlike some other treatment options, implants don’t involve modifications to adjacent teeth.

We Can Answer Your Questions

We are impressed with the benefits implants provide for our patients. However, successful dental implants depend upon a healthy oral environment and may not be the best option for each patient. Your examination would determine if they are the right solution for you.

If you are ready to discuss how to replace your missing teeth, and you are in the Brunswick, Georgia, area, call us today to schedule a consultation. We will find the solution that is best for you.

We Have Some Exciting News to Share With You!

Making sure you have a comfortable dental experience has always been our number one goal. As a member of our dental family, you may already know that we offer relaxation dentistry. We are very excited to introduce you to the newest member of our dental family who will provide this additional service in sedation dentistry.

We Now Offer IV Sedation

IV sedation, also known as conscious sedation, is a moderate form of sedation that makes you less aware of what’s going on but does not put you to sleep like general anesthesia would. IV sedation is administered through a vein and offers several advantages to you, as a patient, including:

More comfortable for you and us — You’ll feel less pain and discomfort during IV sedation and will be relaxed and in a “twilight zone.” You usually won’t be aware of the procedure, but you will be conscious enough to respond to questions and make comments. We’ll be better able to focus on the procedure knowing you are comfortable and without pain.

Fast-acting — Since it is being administered into your vein, it goes to work quickly, meaning you spend less time in the chair waiting for sedation to take effect.

Can be monitored and adjusted — Unlike other sedation methods, the amount of sedation can be adjusted during the procedure as needed by reducing or increasing the amount of the drugs being used in the IV.

Deeper sedation — IV sedation is deeper than oral sedation, making it ideal for those with stronger dental phobias and those who have strong gag reflexes. It also means you’ll have a more comfortable in-chair experience during longer or more complicated procedures.

Not every dental practice can offer IV sedation. It takes special training on the part of the dentist to be able to administer it — and that is just one reason we are so pleased to be introducing our latest team member.

Meet Our New Team Member

We are proud to welcome Dr. Sayde Souther to our team. Dr. Souther grew up in nearby St. Simons Island, and she always wanted to be a dentist. She got her degree from the University of Georgia, then graduated at the top of her class from the Dental College of Georgia. She continued her education to be able to provide surgical and sedation dentistry, including IV sedation.

Adding Dr. Souther to the team allows us to expand the services we offer under one roof to better serve your needs. Now we can provide the sedation dentistry option that will work best for you. So there’s no need to fear keeping your mouth healthy and your smile beautiful. Please contact my office to schedule an appointment for a consultation.

All the best,
Dr. Britt

High-Tech Dental Tools Are “Routine” in Our Office!

At Dentistry by Angela Britt, our mission is to help our patients improve and maintain their oral health. One of the most important things we do to achieve that goal happens every time we see you, because that is when we are able to observe and diagnose any problems. We have prepared through education and experience to recognize those problems — and we have invested in current technology to enhance this ability. Read on to learn a bit about some of the “high-tech” diagnostic tools you might see us use during one of your appointments!

Dental Loupes

We need flawless vision when we do our visual examinations — we don’t want to miss a thing! That is why we often wear a dental loupe when we look into your mouth. These devices magnify and illuminate so we have an excellent view of your teeth and oral surfaces.

Digital Radiographs (X-Rays)

Digital x-rays have helped improve diagnostics and provided our patients with images they can relate to. There is also less radiation exposure. Finally, we can now easily store and share images when necessary.

Digital Camera for Patient Education

Using digital photography, we can keep a visual record of your oral examination and share what we see with you. This allows you to make decisions about your oral care with much more information than ever before.

Intraoral Camera

This small camera can be used for planning treatment as well as during treatments. It produces high-quality images that help detect oral health issues and assist with images during restoration procedures.

TRIOS Intraoral Scanner

This scanner produces 3D images to provide us with even more information. Handheld, the scanner is fast and returns excellent images.

Myotronics (Bite Evaluation Computer)

This tool assists in the diagnosis of more complex cases where teeth are misaligned and the upper and lower teeth fit together improperly.

VELscope (Cancer Detection)

Used to assist in finding abnormalities, including cancer, in the mouth, the VELscope uses a blue-spectrum light that makes the soft tissues in your mouth fluoresce. The glowing patterns of healthy tissue change in areas that have been affected by disease, allowing them to be identified, sometimes before they are visible to the naked eye.

ProMax® 3D Imaging

We can correct involuntary movements that may have been caught in the static image with this system. We can also image jaw movement in real-time. This system is safer for patients due to low-dose radiation, and it produces images of all the facial/oral structure.

We are devoted to not only diagnosing any problems you may have, but also to providing the treatment you need to resolve those problems. If are in Brunswick, Georgia, or the surrounding area, and you are concerned about any dental issues you or a family member may be experiencing, please contact our office today to schedule a consultation. We look forward to seeing you!

On the Fence About Dental Implants?

Would you like to hear “real life” stories from patients to learn about their experiences? We recently sat down with Peggy, Elizabeth, and Marna, three of our dental implant patients, and asked them to share their thoughts with us.

Do you also have missing teeth? Do you want to do something about them but you aren’t sure what? Like Peggy, Elizabeth, and Marna, many of our patients have chosen to replace missing teeth with dental implants. This is an excellent option because implants provide you with the closest thing to your “real” teeth by providing a stable, permanent foundation for crowns and bridges.

Peggy, a patient with us since 2002, mentioned how comfortable she has always felt in our care. In the past year, she had a cracked tooth. She opted to have a single implant with a crown instead of having a bridge made. She said the team at Dentistry by Angela Britt helped her to feel relaxed throughout the process — and she was surprised that the process was not painful. She is thrilled with the outcome because the implant is very strong and feels like a “normal” tooth.

Elizabeth was impressed when we asked and listened to her concerns. She came to realize that she had been compensating for her missing teeth for a long time. She told us that her implants were a perfect fit from the moment she received them and they have provided her with a new way of living — and eating! Now she can’t imagine not having them!

Marna has been happy with our team and the implant procedure itself — she felt “no pain!” She shared that she feels fortunate that she found Dr. Britt and all the “wonderful” people on our team.

If you are contemplating what to do about one or more missing teeth, take a minute to watch and listen to Peggy, Elizabeth, and Marna share their stories. Sometimes, there is nothing quite like hearing from someone who has had an experience to help us decide what we should do. If you have questions about implants, or any other concerns that you would like to discuss, please contact the office to schedule a consultation.

All the best,
Dr. Britt