Lost Mountain Dental Blog

How to Have the Best Oral Health

Although you may have excellent oral hygiene and no complex dental issues, it’s still important to your oral health that you visit your dentist every six months. This allows your dentist to examine your teeth, gums, tongue, and mouth to…

How to Properly Take Care of Your Toothbrush

You have your toothbrush in your mouth for 4 minutes every day. That may not sound like very long but now imagine if you knew it were dirty. If you aren’t properly caring for it or storing it, it might…

Shape Up Your Smile With Cosmetic Bonding

Are your teeth looking a little beat up? Worn down? Maybe you haven’t talked to your dentist because you don’t want complicated and expensive dental procedures? Cosmetic dental bonding may the simple and affordable solution for your tired teeth. Dr.…

Don’t Be Afraid of Root Canals

Root canal: The procedure has a reputation that induces dread in people. Although most people think root canals are unpleasant, painful procedures, you might be surprised to find out they’re not as bad as you think.  As with a lot…

4 Things to Know About Dental Implants

Until recently, the options for tooth replacement were limited if you lost one of your permanent teeth. Bridges and dentures have traditionally been the only way to restore your smile to its normal appearance, but both require special care and…

FAQ: What to Know About Dental Fillings

Do you feel like every time you go to the dentist, you find out you need another filling? Dentists like Dr. Michael H. Mulkey of Lost Mountain Dental in Marietta GA want you to know the warning signs that can…

Discreetly Straighten Teeth with Invisible Braces

Crooked, crowded or overlapping teeth can be more than a source of embarrassment. They can also lead to problems with your oral health by changing the stability of your bite, eventually leading to major dental work or other health concerns.…

Is Sedation Dentistry Right For Me?

Research estimates that somewhere between 9% to 15% of Americans avoid receiving dental treatment from their dentist out of fear. These individuals would prefer to endure painful, infected, discolored, and damaged teeth then to set foot in a dental office.…

Maximize Your Dental Benefits

Many dental insurance providers include stipulations in your plan that try to shift the cost of dental care back onto you. However, the end of the year provides an opportunity for you to turn the tables and get the most…