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Dental Exams and Cleaning (Routine)

Regular dental cleanings and exams is the fundamental treatment for keeping a beautiful and healthy smile. No matter how often or thoroughly you brush; you can never completely get rid of all the bacteria and food particles that accumulate on the surface of your teeth. Left untreated, this residue – commonly known as plaque – can cause everything from cavities to gum disease. Visits to Uptown Dental twice a year can help prevent these and other dental problems. Working closely with you, we can customize a professional cleaning plan that takes into account your individual needs. Here at Uptown Dental, our skilled hygienists are dedicated in establishing a routine oral health program to insure a life time of healthy smiles and overall good health. Our caring hygienists are dedicated in establishing a routine oral health program in insure a life time of healthy smiles and happy patients.

Periodontal Treatment (Gum Disease)

Most patients understand that brushing, flossing and regular dental checkups are a necessity but usually are unaware of proper gum care. Uptown Dental provides a full range of therapy and corrective treatment programs for treating gum disease. A chronic infection caused by an accumulation of plaque around the gum line, periodontal or gum disease can lead to everything from persistent bad breath to far more serious problems like the loss of your teeth. It can even affect your overall health and well-being, leaving you vulnerable to diabetes and heart disease. While there are a number of symptoms commonly associated with periodontal disease, sometimes the warning signs are not readily apparent until it’s too late. That’s why it’s important to have your gums checked once every three to six months as part of a comprehensive exam.


Regularly scheduled fluoride treatments can play an important part in preventing cavities. You should also use an American Dental Association-approved fluoride toothpaste when brushing.


Because back teeth are harder to reach, they're more difficult to clean, leaving them vulnerable to the devastating effects of plaque buildup. A clear resin applied to the chewing surfaces of the teeth, sealants serve as a kind of shield by preventing food particles and acids from finding their way into the small crevices where decay typically starts. While sealants are often recommended for children and teenagers, they can provide long-lasting protection for adults as well.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

Need a new filling? Or just want to replace the darker fillings you already have? By duplicating the shade and texture of your teeth, tooth-colored filling made of composite resins blend in with the rest of your smile, making them much less noticeable than traditional silver fillings.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers brighten your smile by improving the appearance of teeth that are crooked, chipped, broken, misshapen, discolored or unevenly spaced. This is accomplished by applying a thin yet extremely durable porcelain shell to the front of your teeth. Veneers provide a long-lasting, natural look - a brilliant solution for a beautiful smile. Porcelain Veneers are resistant to staining from tea and coffee so your smile will stay whiter longer.

Crown & Bridge

Crowns serve as a protective cover for badly chipped or cracked teeth that are in danger of breaking. We offer you a number of attractive, affordable options, including all ceramic crowns.
While your teeth are marvels of natural engineering capable of withstanding enormous pressure, they are not indestructible. That's where crowns come in. We use them to repair everything from chipped teeth to cracked enamel. Also called caps, crowns can be used to restore damaged or decayed teeth back to a healthy functional state as well as increase the esthetics of a compromised tooth.

We begin by fixing the underlying problem, returning your bite to normal and repairing any cosmetic damage that may have been done. To make sure your crown blends in seamlessly with the rest of your smile, we'll select a shade that matches the color of your teeth.

You can choose from several different kinds of crowns, including ones made entirely of ceramic. Like your real teeth, ceramic crowns allow light to pass through them. By enabling the color of the original tooth beneath to shine through and eliminating any telltale metal edges, they blend in with surrounding teeth, achieving a look that's remarkably realistic – even with receding gums. They also tend to be less sensitive to heat and cold.


Losing even one tooth can have a profound effect on how you talk, eat and look. Fortunately, we can repair your smile by replacing your missing teeth with acrylic or cast metal.

Acrylic Partials

Natural in appearance acrylic partials

Cast Metal Partials

Even though they are made of stronger materials, cast metal partials are less bulky. So they fit better and last longer, providing years of comfort.


Dentures are individually custom designed and molded to provide a comfortable fit and a natural appearance. Precision crafted for exceptional durability, they’re personalized to match everything from your hair color to your skin tone. You can choose the size, the shape, even the coloration of the teeth.

Root Canals

In the most severe cases, the plaque that causes tooth decay eats its way through the enamel that forms the outer layer of your tooth and attacks the soft core of tissue inside known as the pulp. If that happens, you may need a root canal to save the tooth. The procedure typically takes no more than three visits and is no more painful than having a filling. After the infected pulp is removed, the pulp chamber and root canals are cleaned, shaped and sealed. With regular checkups and proper care, your restored tooth should last for the rest of your life.


Have a tooth that needs to be taken out? We can remove it, and then provide a detailed series of steps for you to follow to speed up the healing process.


Uptown Dental - Dr. Jacques R. Williams - 8415 Campbellton St., Douglasville, GA 30134 - (770) 942-4899
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