Give Your Family Beautiful Smiles
Dr. Kauffman is a family dentist, which means that we are willing and able to care for your entire family, from young to old. A family dentist, like Dr. Kauffman, typically sees their patients at least twice a year for routine cleanings and checkups. Dr. Kauffman will also perform most treatment needed from fillings to crowns and implants. The primary purpose of a family dentist is to ensure your overall oral health from teeth and gums, to catching cavities and decay early on.
Protecting Your Oral Health
Seeing your family dentist at least twice a year is recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA) click to find out more. In regular and routine visits your dentist or hygiene professional will eliminate plaque buildup and be able to detect signs of decay, gum disease, or other oral health complications before they develop into more serious situations.
In choosing Dr. Kauffman as your family’s dentist you are choosing to build a relationship with a dedicated oral health professional that is capable of helping to ensure beautiful smiles for life!
Frequently Asked Questions
During a regular checkup, your dentist will examine your smile and determine if digital X-rays are necessary. They’ll then use special dental tools to check for any signs of gum disease near your teeth. Afterwards, your smile is then thoroughly cleaned and your dentist will inform you if you need to return to our practice again for a follow-up or to treat any dental issues.
While professional dental visits are important to protecting your teeth, it’s also necessary to practice a consistent oral health regimen at home. Dr. Kauffman will provide both you and your child with instructions on how to properly clean your teeth. This includes:
- Brushing your teeth twice a day
- Flossing daily and after meals
- Using mouthwash
It’s important to visit our Atlanta, GA office twice a year for biannual check-ups. During this time, Dr. Kauffman will examine your teeth and your child’s teeth, consult their medical history, and address any dental issues that need treatment including cavities or tooth misalignment. We encourage you to contact our practice to learn more about what to expect by calling (404) 948-6659.
Yes! Most dental insurance plans will fully or partially cover the cost of two exams and cleanings per year for you and your family. We recommend that you contact your provider to get an accurate understanding of your coverage and what you’re entitled to. For further assistance, reach out to our office by calling (404) 948-6659.