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Getting dental implants as soon as possible after losing a tooth helps prevent bone loss at the site. There is a significant difference between "den- tists who do implants" and "dental implant experts" Dental implants are not one size fits all - they are complex, sophisticated de- vices requiring specialized training and expertise to fit and place properly. ' ID celebrates Den- tal Implant Awareness Month each year to educate consumers about dental implants and the value of turning to an AAID member for their sur- gery" said AAID Presi- dent David G. Hochberg, DDS, FAAID, DABOI/ID. "When patients choose an AAID-credentialed dental implant dentist, they can be confident they are work- ing with an expert who has the extensive education, training and experience required to put them on the path to living a life full of smiles." For more information, visit https://www.aaid- implant.org. Dr. Clell Morris of Forsyth completed the 2017 Augusta University School of Dentistry and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry Maxi Course. He completed over 400 hours of clinical and classroom work to bring this opportu- nity to Monroe County. Morris is passionate about helping patients and giving them the best quality of life. He now offers implants to his Monroe County patients at 94 Ben- nett Street, Forsyth. For more information, call 478-994- 0440 or email clellmorris@gmail.com. rman says ! t for the Entire Family By Richard Dumas forsyth@mymcr.net Hospital Authority of Monroe County chairman Todd Tolbert addressed ]uliette citizens about the financial state of Monroe County Hospital at a Mon- roe County commissioners' meeting at Juliette Method- ist Church on Aug. 21. Tolbert said thanks to the additional one mill of taxpayer support last year, the hospital's finances are "on solid footing" and said there was no more con- cern about MCH dosing. Tolbert said in fact MCH recently issued raises to its employees for the first time in 10 years. "They've definitely earned it" Tolbert said of the raises. "They stayed with the hos- pital when we didn't know if the hospital was going to stay open or not. So they continued to provide good care. They continued to do training. And we're con- tinuing to tweak our staffto make sure that the services that you get when you go there or when your family members go there is abso- lutely second to none" Tolbert said he intends to have foot surgery at MCH as soon as the upcoming hospital renovations are complete either later this year or in early 2019. Tolbert said, "There's a little bit Of showmanship in that, but I want everybody to know that I have faith in it (MCH) as well." Tolbert also promoted the Georgia Heart tax credit program that allows citi- zens to dedicate their state taxes to MCH. Monroe County com- mission chairman Greg Tapley said if all county and Monroe County Schools employees dedicated their state taxes to MCH, it would virtually cover the entire tax increase commis- sioners approved last year to support the hospital. Front: Voted 2018 BEST DENTIST by the readers of the Monroe County Reporter Sam Bussell. Dr. Deena Smith & Melissa Tolbert Back'. Denise Harpe & Barbie McCollum Deena Holliman Smith, D.M.D PC 205 Medical Court Forsyth, GA 3'1029 478-994-'117'1 Monroe County Hospitalbe used throughout ourhave been more difficult to is pleased to announce the facility- t ,aken right to scan due to distortion of addition of new ultrasound the patients bedside when the diagnostic sound waves technology to its diagnostic arsenal. The innovative LOGIQ" $8 premium ultrasound system from GE Healthcare will be used for a variety of diagnostic procedures in order to pro- vide effective and efficient diagnostic services for those who rely on Monroe County, Hospital for care. The LOGIQ $8 is a small, light-weight device capable of providing physicians and clinicians with highly detailed images in order to make informed diagnoses and treatment decisions. This advanced ultrasound System produces high qual- ity images and may reduce the need for additional diagnostic testing. Because the LOGIQ $8 is both com- pact and portable, it can be rolled into a small exam room or provide imaging at a patient's bedside when needed. The LOGIQ $8 also increases efficiency by allowing the sonographer to customize and automate frequently performed steps. This feature allows the sonographer to spend more time focusing on patient comfort while reducing xam t e. "The LOGIQ $8 is a really versatile system that will necessary. We will be able to achieve clear, detailed scans in a more efficient manner, and the LOGIQ's advanced technology will allow us to provide confi- dent diagnoses and develop targeted treatment plans;' said Lorraine Smith, CEO of Monroe County Hos- pital, GE Healthcare's innova- tive ultrasound technology enables the LOGIQ $8 to quickly capture detailed color images of anatomy inside the body. The technology provides clear imaging for all body types, including those who may have had difficulty with ultrasound imaging in the past. The LOGIQ $8 is ap- propriate for patients with higher body mass indexes (BMI), who previously when attempting to pen- etrate large body mass. Ultrasound, also known as sonography, is a non- invasive diagnostic test that uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of internal body structures and organs, and also show blood flow through vessels. Sound waves are sent and received by a hand-held device called a transducer, which is placed on the patient's body in the area to be scanned. The new LOGIQ $8 will be used to non-invasively analyze soft tissue, organs and blood flow in order to help physicians and clinicians at Monroe County Hospital make informed treatment decisions for many diagno- ses, including cardiovascu- lar disease. Caldwell Veterinary Hospital, LLC All preventive treatments, vaccinations and medications against fleas, ticks, and heartworms Total medical management, including diseases such as diabe- tes & heart disease Surgery Boarding Butler 951 Hwy (478)994-8228 ACCREDITED Caldwell, DVM 41 South Forsyth, GA vw.caldwellvet,com dr,smithC rimarypetcareforsyth.com primarypetcareforsyth.com Primary Pet Care Nfordable Pet Care On The Move! Dr. Kevin D. Smith Mobile Veterinarian Forsyth, GA 31:O29 FORSYTH DENTAL CENTER CLELL M. 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