Resources & Links
“A smile is something wonderful to give that does not cost a cent!”
Specific Dental Procedures
Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome – Living with Fibromyalgia and Fascial Pain.
Orthodontics – Excellent resource for why you should get braces, fees, common questions and much more!
Sealants – American Dental Association information on sealants
Sjogren’s Syndrome – Dry mouth and dry eyes caused by an immune system malfunction.
Smoking Cessation – The effects of tobacco on oral tissues.
TMJ – University of Washington tutorial on the TMJ.
TMD and Orofacial Pain – a Tutorial from The American academy of Orofacial Pain.
Below are links which we hope will provide you additional information on a variety of dental health care concerns.
For more detailed information, we recommend you schedule an appointment to discuss any individual concerns with Dr. Fester.
General Information Sites and References
American Dental Association – a wealth of knowledge and links related to dentistry and consumer tips.
Georgia Dental Association – a terrific source for consumer info related links & resources
National Institute of Health – general health care information on all topics – a great resource
Dental First Aid for Injuries – Online suggestions for what to do about common dental injuries.
Dental Terminology Glossary – Glossary of Dental Terms – WebMD
Medical index of Terminology – Provided by MedicineNet, a detailed description of thousands of medical terms.
Medications A – Z – Information on thousands of prescription medications.
Prescriptions Information Online – RX LIST is a thorough Internet Drug List.
Photo/Graphics Library from Dentistry 2000:
Amalgams and Composites – Photos showing an old amalgam and a replacement with composite.
Maryland Bridges – Photos showing the conservative Maryland Bridge option.
Partial Dentures – Photos of a lower partial denture.
Sealants – Photos showing the reason for the protective plastic coating for both children and adult back teeth to prevent cavities.(Sealants can also be used on the back side of the front teeth as well.)
Teeth Numbering – Drawings that show how both adult and Children’s teeth are numbered.
What others say about us
I was a little fuzzy when leaving the office yesterday and it was a couple of hours later when I really looked in the mirror.
Your good and careful work has made a remarkable improvement in the appearance of those bottom teeth. I could hardly believe it, and now will not be so conscious when smiling.
When Mike saw me there in the waiting room he said “Oh, Delores, that is so good”. And, the inside feels very smooth – after all these years!
Thank you for all the excellent work you have done, your kind consideration and your friendship.
Dear Dr. Fester,
When I saw this article today in the AJC it made me think of you and your staff. And how you emulate their description of running a successful and happy office!
Your attention to providing me with an upper partial and lower denture is appreciated. Greetings to everyone on your staff and family!
Dear Dr. Fester,
Thank you so much for your kindness! You and your staff have always been wonderful to our family. Please accept this gift for a special treat for you and your staff. (“my treat”)
Great Dental Work & Great with Kids
My family has been with Dr. Fester for 25 years and my children now go to his office in Roswell. The military dentist could not tell that one of my teeth had a cap on it – Dr. Fester’s work is nothing short of an art. He is great with kids and his staff are wonderful!
Over here Everybody is professional and nice. Their last concern is making money. and best of all they give you all the time in the world to talk about your problems.
Very Patient Friendly, Happy Long-time Staff
I’ve been going to Dr. Fester for over 15 years. He’s excellent. Great with children. The office staff is easy-going and friendly, many are long-time staff members. They don’t try to push products or services on you. I love this doctor and his staff!