One of the largest providers of dental health services in the Atlanta-region, GEDC offers convenient hours at its 35 locations for patients. Many offices are open on Saturdays. A complete listing of offices and their respective addresses can be found by visiting the dental practices’ link to Atlanta Dental Offices. (http://www.greatexpressions.com/
The most important reason for a patient to use dental benefits or flexible spending account dollars before they expire at the end of the year is for personal health and well being. Delaying dental treatment puts patients at a higher risk for more extensive issues in the future—and more expensive treatment. It's recommended patients get their regular dental check-ups and hygiene visits to detect early signs of dental problems. Preventative procedures can detect aliments that if left untreated have the potential to become serious, including cavities or gum disease, or identify existing conditions such as oral cancers.
A beautiful smile has also been found to boost confidence and make people appear more friendly.
General dentistry procedures often covered under insurance plans include: cleanings and examinations, crowns/bridges, extractions, fillings and root canals.
“We know budgets may be tight, and time even tighter during the holiday season” said Great Expressions CEO Richard Beckman. “GEDC offers flexible scheduling, extended hours and accepts most insurance plans to ensure patients can take advantage of the benefits they paid for throughout the year and be ready to show off their beautiful smile in holiday photos and at holiday gatherings all season long.”
About Great Expressions
For more than 35 years, Great Expressions Dental Centers (GEDC) has been exceeding patients’ expectations managing 200 dental practices in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Virginia. One of the largest privately owned dental service organizations in the United States, GEDC prides itself in being able to maintain the dedication and core values found in small, hometown dental practices. For more information, go to http://www.GreatExpressions.com.