Getting Dental Sealants Placed on Your Teeth

Are you looking to preserve your molars and premolar teeth? One of the best ways to do this is getting dental sealants. These are plastic coatings placed on the permanent back teeth to protect them from decay and infections. Here at John F. Freemon, DMD, PC in Woodstock, Georgia, we want to provide the care… Read more »

Your Dental Exam Includes an Important Screening for Oral Cancers

Your routine dental exam and cleaning at Dr. John Freemon’s clinic is an important aspect of maintaining good oral health. This simple appointment will clean tartar from your teeth, while monitoring the overall health of your mouth. Early detection of oral health problems like periodontal disease, cavities, and oral cancer can improve your treatment options…. Read more »

What Are the Secrets to a Successful Smile in Your Old Age?

Have you ever wondered what it will take in your old age to ensure that your teeth will still be around? Have you already assumed your teeth will all fall out and you will have to be fitted for a tooth replacement treatment such as dentures? The truth is that teeth can last a lifetime… Read more »

Benefits of Dental Implants

In the case of a patient who is missing one or more permanent teeth, Dr. John Freemon may recommend a dental implant in Woodstock, Georgia. A dental implant is a restoration that replaces both the crown and root of the tooth. The dental implant post, which is placed in the, becomes a permanent part of… Read more »

Can Chewing Gum Help Improve and Enhance Your Smile?

Did you know that chewing gum can help improve and enhance your smile? However, many types of chewing gum often contain sugars, which can harm our teeth, thus negating the positive perks that are associated with gum. Instead, switch to sugarless gum to eliminate this risk. Chewing sugarless gum has many perks beyond just freshening… Read more »

A Missing Onlay Filling Might Need a Crown Restoration

The molars and premolars in the back of your mouth often have deep pits and fissures in the tooth enamel of the biting surfaces. These occlusal textures help the teeth chew and grind tough foods efficiently. Unfortunately, they can gradually capture food matter and bacterial deposits. This could easily create large cavities that require large… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Problems Might Be Improved with Fluoride Supplements

Your tooth enamel has a plethora of microscopic pores and textures on the surface. Consuming acidic foods and beverages on a regular basis and inconsistencies in your oral hygiene routine can gradually weaken the mineral density of your tooth enamel. In time, this could cause the pores to expand and deepen. This promotes the formation… Read more »

What Are the Benefits of CEREC® Same-Day Crowns?

Have you ever wanted to crown a tooth without the need for an uncomfortable replacement? Did you know that CEREC® same-day crowns can be designed, milled, fitted, and installed all in the span of a single day? The process of capping off a damaged or weak tooth is now possible to perform in a very… Read more »

Only Buy Oral Hygiene Products with ADA Approval

The world today is awash in a wide variety of oral hygiene products designed to address many common oral healthcare needs. Some of these products employ dubious or exorbitant claims to lure the consumer to use their sub-par products. To help consumers spot the difference between a quality oral care product and one that just… Read more »

A Small Cavity Might Be Repairable with a Standard Filling

If you are inconsistent with your daily oral hygiene routine or if you have a bad habit of procrastinating your regular dental checkup, you are at heightened risk of tooth decay. If it’s detected early and the cavity is in a non-essential part of the tooth, Dr. John Freemon might be able to repair it… Read more »