Dunwoody GA Dentist Teeth Cleaning & Oral Hygiene Services Announced

Dunwoody, Georgia dental practice Plunkett & Chaw updated its services to provide cutting-edge general, preventive, cosmetic and emergency dentistry for patients of all ages.

Dunwoody, United States - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Plunkett & Chaw, a dental practice based in Dunwoody, Georgia, announced an updated range of dental services, including oral hygiene, teeth cleaning, cutting-edge implants, complete cosmetic procedures, preventive dentistry and emergency dental treatments. The office works with an experienced staff using cutting-edge equipment to ensure high standards of service quality and patient satisfaction.

More information can be found at https://www.drleeplunkett.com.

According to recent studies, having a bright smile is considered essential by more than 90% of all Americans, with approximately 70% of respondents stating that a beautiful smile is important for their careers.

Plunkett & Chaw is a leading dental practice providing complete cosmetic and general dentistry solutions for patients of all ages.

The Dunwoody office can provide high-quality dental implants adapted to the needs and preferences of each patient. Both standard and All-on-4 implants are available, the latter being a less invasive way of supporting a full arch of replacement teeth by using only four implants.

Dunwoody patients can also contact Plunkett & Chaw for comprehensive cosmetic dentistry services, the office offering everything from professional cleaning and teeth whitening to dental veneers and other custom procedures.

Finally, the office is also available for emergency dental assistance for patients suffering from severe pain, broken teeth and other issues.

With the latest announcement Plunkett & Chaw continues to update its range of professional dental services for patients in Dunwoody, Doraville, Sandy Springs and the surrounding areas.

A satisfied client said: “My wife and I have been regular patients of Dr. Plunkett for over 30 years. We like Dr. Plunkett’s professionalism and openness in working with our dental needs. He does an outstanding job of advising us on how to care for our dental health over the long term. With the addition of Dr. Janice Chaw, we can count on having excellent dental health care for years to come. We would highly recommend Dr. Plunkett and Dr. Janice Chaw if you are looking for an outstanding experience from dentists who care about you.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Janice Chaw
Email: plunkettandchawdental@gmail.com
Organization: Plunkett & Chaw
Address: 4675 North Shallowford RD. Suite 118, Dunwoody, GA 30338, United States
Phone: +1-770-452-0222

For more information, please visit http://drleeplunkett.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 407467

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