Hi-Tech

 

Many high-tech innovations have been added to our office, featuring technologically advanced care for our patients, including:

  • Painless Injection Technology

  • 3D CAT Scan featuring Low-Radiation Technology

  • Digital Oral X-Ray with Low Radiation Technology

  • Periodontal Plastic Surgery Techniques

  • Laser Dentistry

  • Sedation Dentistry

  • Tempurpedic Surgery Chairs

  • Laughing Gas (Nitrous Oxide)

  • XM Satellite Radio

  • Advanced Sterilization Equipment & Techniques

  • Single-use treatment supplies

  • Large Flat Panel Screens for Patient Viewing and Consultation

 

Northeast Georgia Peridontics & Center for Dental Implants provides an array of comprehensive services, including:

  • Dental Implants

  • TMJ Therapy

  • Cosmetic Tissue Grafting

  • Gum Disease

  • Denture Comfort & Stability

  • Periodontal Plastic Surgery

  • 3D CAT Scan

  • Bruxism, Tooth Grinding, Clenching

  • Snoring

  • Bone Grafting

  • Cosmetic Oral Surgery

  • Laser Dentistry

  • Frenectomy

  • Scaling and Root Planing

  • Full Mouth Debridement

  • Maintenance Therapy

  • Apicoectomy

  • Root Resection

  • Antibiotic Treatment

  • Sinus Lift

  • Orthodontic Tooth Exposure

  • Orthodontic Chain

  • Tori Removal

  • Tissue Biopsy

  • Osseous Surgery

  • Crown Lengthening

  • Cosmetic Recontouring

  • Oral Cancer Screening

  • Digital Imaging

  • Gingivectomy

  • Periodontal Disease

  • Tatoo Removal

  • Root Coverage Procedures

  • Tooth Extraction

 

A comprehensive periodontal exam typically includes:

  • Tooth Sensitivity Issues

  • Cosmetic Concerns

  • TMJ (tempmandibular joint) assessment

  • Periodontal Pocket Evaluation
    (six pocket points per tooth)

  • Tooth Mobility Issues

  • Gum Recession

  • Bone Health

  • Salivary Glands

  • Lymph Nodes

  • Tongue

  • Inner Cheeks

  • Floor and Roof of Mouth

  • Level and Type of Inflammation

  • Infection

  • Occlusion Issues

  • Missing and Mal-posed Teeth

  • Tissue Pathology & Abnormalities

  • Bruxism (Tooth Grinding), Clenching

  • X-Ray Evaluation

Please bring the following to your first exam:

  • X-Rays

  • Paperwork from your referring dentist

  • Medical & dental insurance cards

  • List of all current medications

  • List of concerns about your mouth

  • Comprehensive list of all medical/health issues

WHO WE ARE

 

NE GEORGIA PERIODONTICS & CENTER FOR DENTAL IMPLANTS

John B. Taylor, D.D.S.

 

 

 

Northeast Georgia Periodontics & Center for Dental Implants is committed to using the latest technological advances and research to provide superior quality of care for our patients. Come experience our innovative dental center . . .

(770) 287-0044

 

OUR TEAM

Northeast Georgia Periodontics & Center for Dental Implants  proudly boast the skills of Dr. John B. Taylor.   Dr. John Taylor holds a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Emory University and completed his Periodontics specialization from the Medical College of Georgia.  Firmly committed to advancement in dentistry and education, Dr. Taylor lectures and trains other dentists in the latest techniques, materials, and equipment available to improve patient care. Dr. Taylor also works closely with the military, teaching enhanced surgical skills and cutting edge technology, as well as collaborating on research in the periodontal field.

Dr. John B. Taylor  is a top surgeon in the field of periodontics, committed to providing exceptional care for his patients.  Firmly committed to advancement in dentistry and education, Dr. Taylor's many accomplishments include:

  • Received the Doctor of Dental Surgery degree (D.D.S.) from Emory University

  • Earned the post-doctorate Advanced Periodontics Specialization Certification from the Medical College of Georgia

  • Served eight years as a U.S. Army dental surgeon

  • Travels nationwide to train other periodontists and dental surgeons in the latest techniques and state-of-the-art procedures for excellence in patient care

  • Member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Periodontology, Northern District Dental Society and the Hall County Dental Society.

  • Commits to ongoing research and developing improved surgical techniques

  • Publishes advances in periodontics, including research findings and innovative surgical techniques for significantly improved outcomes and exceptional cosmetics  (Int J Periodontics)

  • Dr. Taylor is a fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

​Northeast Georgia Periodontics & Center for Dental Implants promotes  excellence, continually researching to provide the best methods and technology available for our patients.  Northeast Georgia Periodontics & Center for Dental Implants utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and technology to help meet the dental needs of our patients.

The Dental Team at Northeast Georgia Periodontics and Center for Dental Implants is trained and specialized in the fields of periodontics and dental implants.  Our caring staff are known for providing exceptional care to our patients.  Our highly skilled dental team are known for providing exceptional care and courteous service.

OPENING HOURS

Mon: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tue: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wed: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Thu: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm

TWO LOCATIONS

OPENING HOURS

GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA

691 Lanier Park Drive, Gainesville, GA  30501

(770) 287-0044

CORNELIA, GEORGIA

157 Hodges Street, Cornelia, GA 30531

(770) 287-0044

 
 
 

GALLERY

 

Dental Implants

Before and After Photos:

SINGLE IMPLANTS

MULTIPLE IMPLANTS

Tissue Grafts

Before and After Photos:

Tissue Grafts

Biopsy and Lesion Removal

Before and After Photos:

BIOPSY

LESION REMOVAL

Tatoo Removal

Before and After Photos:

TATOO REMOVAL

Tori Removal

Before and After Photos:

Tori Removal

Crown Lengthening / Gingivectomy

Before and After Photos:

CROWN LENGTHENING

GINGIVECTOMY

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WHAT IS A PERIODONTIST?

A Periodontist is a Dentist who takes additional years of education beyond dental school to train in periodontal specialties, cosmetic surgery, the placement of dental implants, and the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal diseases. Dr. John B. Taylor received extensive medical training in these additional areas, including the latest techniques for placing implants, performing cosmetic periodontal plastic surgery, and in diagnosing and treating periodontal diseases.

WHEN SHOULD I SEE A PERIODONTIST?

Some common indications include:

  • I am interested in replacement tooth options such as a dental implant.

  • I am  dissatisfied with my current bridge or dentures, and am interested in dental implants.

  • I feel that my teeth are too short or that my smile is too "gummy."

  • I have chronic bad breath (No one should have bad breath that won't go away!).

  • I have dentures that are loose or painful and would prefer a more stable or less painful option.

  • My gums appear red or swollen.

  • My gums bleed when I brush my teeth.

  • I have noticed a little blood on my toothbrush when brushing.

  • My teeth seem longer or my gums appear to be receding.

  • I have a sore or irritation in my mouth that has not healed in two weeks.

  • I have had a family member with periodontal disease. (Research suggests that the bacteria that cause periodontal disease can pass through saliva. This means the common contact of saliva in families puts children and couples at risk for contracting the periodontal disease of another family member.)

  • I have heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disease or osteoporosis. (Ongoing research is showing that periodontal disease may be linked to these conditions. The bacteria associated with periodontal disease can travel into the blood stream and pose a threat to other parts of the body. Healthy gums help lead to a healthier body.)

WHAT SHOULD I TELL MY PERIODONTIST?

Please tell your periodontist before the examination starts if:

  • Your gums seem puffy or swollen

  • Your teeth have become sensitive
  • You feel lumps inside your mouth
  • You have a sore spot in your mouth that hasn't healed in more than two weeks
  • Your teeth seem loose
  • You have chronic bad breath
  • Your teeth appear longer
  • Your gums seem to be receding
  • You see blood on toothbrush when you brush your teeth
  • Your gums seem red or blue

DO YOU OFFER PAYMENT AND FINANCING OPTIONS?

Our office accepts a variety of payment options, including: 

  • Cash

  • Check

  • Credit card

  • Debit card

  • Insurance

  • Care Credit financing

FAQS

 

CONTACT US

(770) 287-0044

(770) 287-0044

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(770) 287-0044