Dentists across the country have temporarily closed their doors in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19. That means that it could be months until you’re able to get your routine checkup and cleaning. While you’re quarantining, you can take care of your teeth and gums and avoid oral health problems by following some of these tips from a dentist in Fairfax, listed below. (more…)
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May 8, 2020
November 22, 2019
Anyone can experience bad breath, even children. Although it’s often thought to only affect adults, young mouths can also develop lingering odors. If the problem is persistent, it’s easy to attribute it to poor brushing or flossing habits. While this can be the case, here are five surprising reasons for bad breath in children.
November 12, 2019
When you take a sip of your morning coffee or bite into a cold popsicle, do you quickly pucker your lips from discomfort? You might be dealing with a bit of sensitivity, but are your teeth or gums the issue? There is a difference between sensitive gums vs. sensitive teeth. Your dentist will get to the root of the problem to give you the relief you need to enjoy your favorite foods and drinks again.
October 24, 2019
You wouldn’t want to pay for something you’re not using. Yet, that’s exactly what you’re doing when you pay your dental insurance premiums and don’t attend your checkups and cleanings twice a year. If you’ve only visited your dentist once this year, now is the perfect time to book another appointment. Let’s talk more about how to maximize your dental insurance benefits in Fairfax.
October 5, 2019
October just kind of snuck up on you, didn’t it? It seems just yesterday that you were enjoying (or avoiding) the summer heat, and now the weather has cooled, and people are planning for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and several other upcoming holiday festivities. But, did you know that October is also National Dental Hygiene Month? So, in this spirit (and before you and your children gorge on candy in a few weeks), a dentist in Fairfax reveals the top 3 mistakes most people make when taking care of their teeth at home. (more…)
September 20, 2019
Any dentist will gladly tell you how important it is to brush your teeth, but how many times have you heard one say that you overdid it? If you press too hard or scrub more vigorously than you actually need to, you could actually end up damaging your teeth – and over time that damage will start to add up to some very serious consequences. Learn more about the dangers of toothbrush abrasion in Fairfax and what you can do about it.
September 9, 2019
Most of us are familiar with the burning sensation in our mouths after we eat something spicy. This feeling usually subsides after we consume something cool or simply wait a while. However, there are some people whose mouth feels like they just ate spicy food all the time. What is burning mouth syndrome? What can your dentist or doctor do about it? Continue reading to find out.
August 19, 2019
Bad breath can be one of the most embarrassing oral health problems. It can cause people to steer clear of starting conversations with you and impact your approachability in professional environments. Recent research has found that yogurt can help you. Read on to learn how consuming certain probiotics can help fight odor-causing bacteria. If your problems still persist, be sure to visit your dentist in Tysons though. (more…)
August 16, 2019
After years of living with missing teeth, you have decided that you want to replace them with dental implants in Fairfax. This modern restorative solution utilizes the latest technology and techniques in dentistry to preserve your oral health for decades to come. In order to be able to benefit from the treatment though, you need to have sufficient jawbone density. Even if you don’t right now, you can after you get bone augmentation in Fairfax. Read on to learn more about the procedure and how it can repair your bone structure. (more…)
July 17, 2019
Getting dental implants in Fairfax can ensure that your mouth is in great shape for years to come. You’d rather not invest in a traditional restoration because it won’t be able to preserve your facial shape and jawbone structure. While implants are the obvious best option for the longevity of your oral health, they’re also one of the more expensive options, although they can save you money in the long run. If you’re worried about your dental insurance covering implants, don’t fret. Read on to learn about the cost of the procedure and different payment options. (more…)