Dr. Carroll has decades of experience in providing full-mouth and single tooth dental implants to patients in Marietta. Our office in Austell is just 15 minutes away from Marietta Square & the Big Chicken. If you are interested in permanently improving the health and appearance of your smile, give us a call today and set up a consultation.
Implants offer a variety of benefits as a tooth replacement method, here are just a few:
If you are experiencing tooth decay or tooth loss, implants may offer the best long-term solution. Even only after a few days, our patients often notice little to no difference between their old teeth and new implanted ones; they look and feel like natural teeth. Nationwide, implants have a 95% success rate, and our track record is even better than that.
We have served hundreds of patients in and around Marietta, GA. We highly recommend that you do your homework, read some Google reviews, & take the time to compare your options. Dr. Carroll offers industry leading technology & the highest level of competency and experience. Don’t go with the cheapest or simply the closest dentist for such an important procedure.
Give us a call today. We will be happy to help you take the first steps to a healthier, more beautiful smile.
Learn more about dental implants by reading our implants-overview page here: Dental Implants.
Dr. Carroll’s office is a 15-20 minute drive from Marietta Square:
Go south on Atlanta St. for 1.1 miles. Turn right onto South Cobb Drive (GA-280 South) & go 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Austell Rd. SE (GA-5 South), go 5.3 miles. Turn right onto Mulkey Rd. SW, our office will be on the right. We look forward to seeing you!
1620 Mulkey Rd. Suite 200 Austell, GA 30106
Mon - Thu : 8:00 am - 5 pmFri : 8:00 am - 12 pm
I have been a patient of Dr. Carroll for many years. He and his staff are Top Notch in service and how they have handled my Dental care. I highly recommend his services to anyone.
Mar 20, 2015
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