Our dental office is dedicated to staying abreast of all the latest improvements in dental equipment and technology, so we can meet our commitment to provide the best possible outcomes for patients.
marietta, GA (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
The Marietta dentist office has formally announced the addition of Suzanna Aguilera, DMD to the growing practice. "We wanted to find a dentist who shared the same insight into clinical skills with a comprehensive understanding of sophisticated dental equipment and materials," says Dr. Kimmerling. “Our dental office is dedicated to staying abreast of all the latest improvements in dental equipment and technology, so we can meet our commitment to provide the best possible outcomes for patients." Dr. Kimmerling is a founder and partner in a biotechnology firm that has developed platform technology that significantly improves dental material properties. Dr. Aguilera is an excellent fit, as she has a significant understanding of the impending changes in dentistry.
The dentist in Marietta GA has highly educated doctors. Dr. Aguilera received her doctorate of dental medicine from the Medical College of Georgia. Before completing dental school, she graduated from Georgia College in Milledgeville with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and minor in Music. She played the violin in the Georgia College String Ensemble and participated in research in Physics at Yale University. Dr. Aguilera won the Excellence in TMD and Occlusion Award by the Equilibration Society and conducted research on staining of teeth that was awarded a fellowship by the Academy of Operative Dentistry.
Dr. Aguilera has had an excellent reception by patients. “I was so impressed with Dr. Aguilera’s attention to detail and gentle care when I had my filling done. I was looking for the best cosmetic dentist and am so glad that I came here!” says patient Ellen Cimino.
Dr. Kimmerling is a graduate of Emory University School of Dentistry and had the distinction of winning the Oral Pathology Award. He also received a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry, also from Emory. He is native to Cobb County and is a graduate of local McEachern High School and has been practicing dentistry for over 30 years. In addition to his dental practice, he is the President and CEO of Kimmerling Holdings Group, LLC and fiteBac SkinCare, LLC. Dr. Kimmerling is working with researchers from universities and private industry to advance highly sophisticated antimicrobial technology.
Both Marietta GA dentist s are members of the American Dental Association and the Georgia Dental Association.
At Verde Pointe Dental Associates, a wide variety of dental services are offered from routine dental cleanings, consultations, teeth whitening, tooth colored fillings, dental implants, root canals to emergency dental care. New patients are welcome and will be very impressed with our office and the quality of care offered with our state of the art technology and comfortable atmosphere. The dental office considers itself green. The front office team, dental assistants, hygienists, and dentists, each are trained to cut down on the amount of paper printed in the office by storing information digitally and using electronic means to transfer information. "It is our way of being environmentally sound and good stewards," says Dr. Kimmerling.
Kirk Kimmerling, DDS, and Suzanna Aguilera, DMD are cosmetic dentists in Marietta, GA that are literally paving the way for the future of dentistry. The office is technologically sophisticated in not only equipment and procedures, but also developing dental materials via Kimmerling Holdings Group, LLC and fiteBac SkinCare, LLC, Dr. Kimmerling's biotechnology firms. The office maintains 13 operatories, each of which is equipped with a display monitor on which digital x-rays and intra-oral pictures can be examined, and patient education videos can be viewed. The office also employs highly advanced technologies, including: (1) Logicon, a program that can digitally measure the extent of tooth decay, which allows detection of 20% more cavities and helps prevent misdiagnosis; (2) “Collimators,” a conduction of x-ray tube heads that decrease radiation exposure to the patients and staff by 5-fold; and (3) iTero, an advanced restoration impression system and digital scanner that produces more accurate restorations than traditional methods. The overall well-being of each patient can also be improved by adding a DNA salivary test, which allows the office professionals to better determine a patient’s specific risk of periodontal disease as well as certain types of oral cancer. The office is the first to use fiteBac SkinCare Germicidal Hand Softening Gel, an advanced hand sanitizer without the harshness to skin from traditional alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Drs. Kimmerling and Aguilera invite new patients to meet their exceptional staff and experience and benefit from state of the art dental care.