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Dr. Poya

Moghadam

The well-known dentistry practice of Dr. Poya Moghadam announced his offices have relocated to better serve patients with new, more comfortable facilities and equipment, dedicated parking, and an accessible location.

The spacious new offices are located at 151 Reinhardt College Parkway next to the new home of Riverstone Corner Bistro.

Formerly Canton Marketplace Dentistry, as part of the move the practice was rebranded as Moghadam Family Dentistry. “Dr. Mo,” as he is known to his patients will continue to provide the same care in an improved environment.

“My philosophy is to treat patients like you would a family member and to always try a conservative approach when possible,” Dr. Moghadam said. “I work to address their needs and never pressure patients into doing treatment.”

Dr. Moghadam believes in being involved in the community and creating a safe and comfortable place for people to visit. All proper safety measures are in place to make sure that patients feel safe during a pandemic.

“I truly care about my work and patients and want to have long term relationships with the families that we see,” Dr. Mo said.

Dr. Mo graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2007. He started Canton Marketplace Dentistry in 2010 during the recession and was successful in growing his new practice into a busy thriving dental office.

“We have excellent patient retention and most of our patients are through word of mouth,” Registered Dental Hygienist and Office Manager Jennifer Johnston said. “Dr. Mo wants his patients to feel confident in knowing we are only changing the name and location, but the quality of care and staff remain the same.”

For information call (678) 880-0087 or email info@moghadamfamilydentistry.com.

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