News From Our Atlanta Cosmetic Dentist Office

To our dear VALUED Patients;

We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health.  We are happy to announce that our office has REOPENED and are seeing patients for all your needs! We are writing to let you know that while there have been changes everywhere, one thing has remained the same: our commitment safety and excellent care for you and your family.

Infection control has always been a top priority for our practice. You may have been aware of this in the past, and you certainly will be aware of it now.  Our infection control processes are made so that when you receive care, it is both safe and comfortable.  We want to take this opportunity to reassure you about the infection control procedures we are following in order to keep patients and staff safe so that your next visit will be as comfortable as possible.

Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the CDC and OSHA.  We follow the activities of these agencies so that we are up-to-date on any new guidance that may be issued.  We do this to make certain that our infection control procedures are current and adhere to each agencies’ recommendations. As a result, you may see changes prior to and during your next appointment. We ask your understanding and patience in order to help protect our patients and staff. 

For example:

Due to our strict infection control protocol, we ask that you please arrive on time

In order to minimize the number of people in the office at all times, we discourage any    patients or family members from waiting in the reception room.

Our office will communicate with you beforehand to ask some screening questions. You will be asked those same questions again when you arrive at our office.

We will ask for you to call our office when you arrive and remain in your car until a staff member calls you to come inside. She will then take your temperature and ask screening questions.

We ask that all patients wear a mask when they enter the office.

When entering/leaving the building, please use the handicapped button to the far left of the doors so that they will open automatically.

Please use the hand sanitizer available when you enter and leave the office.

We are decreasing the number of patients seen during the day and increasing appointment times to allow more time to clean and disinfect all patient and staff areas. Appointments will be managed to allow for proper distancing between patients. This might mean that you are offered fewer options for scheduling your appointment. Please understand that this is so that we can properly disinfect our treatment rooms and put on our proper protective equipment.  Much of these procedures require more time than prior to this health crisis and your understanding is appreciated.

We very much look forward to seeing you again and thank you for being our patient.  We are making every effort to accommodate all requests and get everyone back on their recare schedule.  Should you need to make an appointment please call our office at 404-633-9663. We value your trust and loyalty and look forward to welcoming back our patients, neighbors, and friends.

Yours Most Sincerely,

Drs. Bogdanoff, Eisenberg , McTier & Upshaw



Congratulations to Shelley Dicecco!
Shelleys name was drawn in our raffle for referring new patients.
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Best and Worst Halloween Candy for Your Teeth


Trick-or-treating’s candy haul is pretty much a dentistry fright fest. Are some sweets worse than others for your teeth?



Taffy and candies filled with caramel, coconut, or nuts are the worst kinds of candy for teeth because they stick to everything inside of your mouth, including the grooves of your teeth. The longer a food sticks to your teeth, the longer bacteria can feed on it--which could produce cavity-causing acid.



Hard candy like lollipops or jawbreakers, are almost as bad. Although they do not stick to your mouth, they take a long time to dissolve. The longer a food stays in your mouth, the more acidic your mouth becomes.



Sour candy is also bad for your teeth because it has a higher acidic content, which can break down tooth enamel. While powdery candy such as Pixie Stix dissolve quickly in the mouth and don’t require chewing, they contain nothing but sugar and can lead to cavities by changing the mouth’s PH and giving bacteria straight sugar to eat.



Chocolate, with no sticky fillings, will generally not stick to your teeth and therefore is a much better option if you’re craving something sweet.



Sugar-free gum may be the best treat this Halloween season because it leaves no sticky residue, and it is sweetened with xylitol--a natural sugar the bacteria is unable to form plaque on.

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Referral Rewards Program Winner for August!


Congratulations to Taylor Stephens!
Taylor won the rolling party cart for referring patients to our office. The more new patients you refer, the better your chances are of winning! Our next drawing will be in December for an awesome prize.





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30th Anniversary!


Dr. Eisenberg and Dr. Bogdanoff are celebrating 30 years at 2706 Clairmont Rd.  This is really a celebration of our patients and the many lives we have been blessed to be a part of all these years. Thank you to all that have made it a pleasurable journey!










NEW YEAR.....Why Not Rejuvenate A New You!




A new years resolution you can start now!

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