COVID-19 Safety Message: Visit our practice with confidence – your safety is our top concern.
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Where Can I Find Experienced Dental Exams and Cleanings?
Wanting a shining, confident smile is about more than just having teeth that gleam. Maintaining great oral hygiene protects your dental health and your overall physical health. Our dentists want to help you achieve that good oral hygiene habits, so you can eat and speak with ease and feel confident about your smile.
We provide a full range of dental health services, including comprehensive dental exams as well as gum disease treatment and teeth cleaning in Northern Virginia. During your initial dental exam at our office, our experienced dentist will thoroughly check your teeth, gums and mouth for issues such as:
- Tooth decay
- Oral cancer
- Gum disease
- Teeth grinding
- Jawbone deterioration
We’re honored that you would trust us with your oral health, and we look forward to forming a long-lasting partnership with you. Don’t wait any longer to take control of your dental health, call us to schedule an appointment today.
Where Can I Find Experienced Teeth Cleaning Dentists?
Many of our patients rely on our experienced professionals for regular, dental deep cleanings. Only professionals can skillfully remove the built-up plaque and calculus that develops over time and leads to lasting dental damage. Plaque is the bacteria that sticks to your teeth after you’ve eaten. Daily brushing and flossing can usually remove plaque from your teeth, but if that plaque isn’t removed daily, it can build up into hard calculus. Calculus causes dental decay and attacks tooth enamel. Professionally deep cleaning teeth prevents this damaging build up.
How Is Gum Disease Related to Plaque?
The same plaque and calculus that damages your teeth can also affect your gums. The bacteria in plaque and calculus can lead to swollen, reddened gums that may be sensitive or bleed when you brush or floss. This is the first stage of gum disease called gingivitis, and it should be treated right away. Without prompt periodontal treatment, gingivitis can progress to serious periodontal disease, which can lead to tooth loss. Periodontal disease is also linked to other health issues, such as heart disease, so immediate treatment is vital.
Is There Anything You Can Do for My Bad Breath?
We understand that bad breath can be frustrating and embarrassing. More than 25% of Americans suffer from bad breath, also known as halitosis. Halitosis can be caused by tooth decay, eating certain foods or poor oral hygiene. Our wide range of dental services, including dental exams, professional cleanings and at-home tips for oral hygiene, can help you control bad breath.
Is an Oral Cancer Screening Necessary During My Visit?
Oral cancer can be life-threatening, and it doesn’t always present noticeable symptoms in its early stages. By performing a test for oral cancer during your initial dental exam in Northern Virginia, our dentist can often catch oral cancer in the earliest stages, effectively improving your treatment options. An oral cancer test is recommended for all of our patients over the age of 18.
We would be delighted to help you achieve and maintain a healthy, confident smile, beginning with a thorough dental exam in Northern Virginia. Call us now to schedule your appointment with one of our trusted dentists.