Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Ages and Stages ~ Family Dentistry

We are a Family Dental practice and see children of all ages. Check out our newly added "Ages and Stages" page on our website under Services, Family Dentistry at Did you know HMDC offers free screening appointments for children 0 to 3 years of age? Call today at 770-496-0496 to schedule.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Velscope Oral Cancer Detection

Henderson Mill Dental Care utilizes the latest in Oral Cancer Detection, as seen previously on the Dr. Oz and The Doctors Shows. It is called Velscope. You can learn more at

Friday, August 15, 2014

Business Side of Dentistry

Dentistry is so much more than helping people to achieve the smiles they desire and want. A successful dental business takes a balance of clinical skills, management systems and communication skills. Drs. Cook and Uetsuki attended a seminar last Thursday evening hosted by Fortune Management that reviewed all these skills. Keep up the great work!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Anniversary Celebration

For those of you that missed our Facebook posting, we celebrated Hygienist, Keri's 11 year Anniversary on August 5th.  Please join us in Congratulating Keri.  Happy Anniversary! We love you!

Wednesday, August 13, 2014


We know they're still your baby, but at age 14 your teen is treated the same as an adult during their hygiene visit. If your teen hasn't been in 6 months (or as recommended) give us a call to schedule today at 770-496-0496.

Teeth Whitening Special Ends September 1st

Henderson Mill Dental Care is pleased to extend their teeth whitening offer to support The GLOBE Academy. For all teeth whitening appointments through September 1st we will donate 50% of proceeds to GLOBE's Uruut Campaign. Come help support a great cause and get a white smile!

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Baby Tooth Extraction

How long does it take to extract a stubborn baby tooth? Watch this video to find out as Dr. Uetsuki extracts a tooth. Make sure to listen for Dr. Cook's story during the process. What did the patient think? She said it was much easier than expected and she didn't feel anything put the pinch while getting numb. Way to go Ivey!