Schultz Family Dental is a dental care center that offers its patients a wide range of personalized dental treatments. Dr. Anna Schultz brings her expertise in the field of family, cosmetic, and reconstructive dentistry to her patients from Whitesburg. Dr. Schultz and her team have forged long-term relationships with patients due to our warm and friendly services. The aim of our practice is to make dental visits enjoyable for all so that you are no longer anxious about dental appointments.

Preventive Dentistry Procedures

Preventive dentistry covers all treatments that are aimed at taking care of your teeth and maintaining your oral health. Some of these treatments help you to avoid gum disease and cavities, while others prevent the normal wear and tear of the tooth enamel. These preventive procedures also help to retain the color, cleanliness, and strength of your teeth. Patients from Whitesburg can choose from these treatments to get enjoy all the benefits:

Restorative Dentistry Procedures

Restorative dentistry makes use of various dental materials for the restoration of your teeth in case they are missing or damaged. We offer a range of comprehensive restorative services to deal with oral health concerns that may require dental care. Once Dr. Schultz and her team of experts have reviewed your dental requirements, we will recommend a combination of specific dental and cosmetic procedures and techniques that will offer you the best restorative results. Here are the restorative procedures our patients from Whitesburg can benefit from:


Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

Contrary to belief, cosmetic dentistry procedures do not only enhance the appearance of your teeth, but they also restore their functionality. When choosing a cosmetic procedure, we focus on the size, shape, color, and position of your teeth and smile. When seeking dental care and restoration of your beautiful smile, here are the cosmetic procedures our patients from Whitesburg can choose from:

About Whitesburg, GA

Whitesburg is a town in Carroll County of Georgia. The McIntosh Reserve in Whitesburg is the former plantation of Chief William McIntosh who was a prominent leader of the Lower Towns of the Creek Confederacy. He had negotiated and signed the Treaty of Indian Springs and was executed at his home in 1825 on the order of the National Council of the Creek Nation. It is located along the Chattahoochee River in southeastern Carroll County. The community was named after A. J. White, who was a railroad official, and was incorporated in 1874.