We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
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.
Are you up to date on the basics of brushing your teeth? The importance of utilizing proper brushing technique can’t be overstated. While brushing your teeth may seem like a simple habit that you do every day, it’s important that you are doing it correctly so that you receive the maximum benefits available to you from brushing your teeth. It’s…Continue reading
If you have misaligned, crooked or gapped teeth, then you understand the negative impact that these common issues can have on your self-confidence. In addition to negatively affecting the aesthetics of your smile, these orthodontic issues can lead to various dental problems if left unaddressed. If you’re wanting to take care of your orthodontic problems without broadcasting it to the…Continue reading
Working from home has become increasingly common due to the coronavirus shutdown and The New York Times reported that cracked teeth are also more common. An increasing number of dental patients have reported migraines, sensitive teeth, and jaw pain, and many have tooth fractures due to clenching and grinding their teeth because of stress. In times of stress, your dental…Continue reading
Your mouth is highly active throughout the day, whether you’re eating, drinking, talking, laughing, working or having fun. Maintaining a healthy mouth will make it easier to do the things you need to and enjoy the things you want to. Your mouth is the entryway to the rest of your body and everything that you put into your mouth will…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants a Good Choice for Me? The CDC reports that more than half of adults who are 64 years old and younger have lost at least one permanent tooth, and about one-fifth of those who are 65 or older have lost all of their teeth. This is a serious health issue since your teeth are an important part…Continue reading
What Are the Causes and Symptoms of Gingivitis? If you’ve noticed minor bleeding after you floss or if you have perpetual halitosis lately, then you may be developing gingivitis. Read further to determine if you may have gingivitis, what you can do to treat it, and how to avoid a recurrence. Can Periodontal Disease Be Prevented? Periodontal disease is very…Continue reading
Having a dental emergency is often frightening. They always seem to happen at the worst times. Knowing that you can get kind, compassionate dental care quickly will alleviate your fear. You can count on our skilled team to treat your dental emergency promptly. What Is Meant by Emergency Dental Care? A dental emergency in Alexandria requires care on short notice.…Continue reading
Are you struggling with a tooth that looks or functions less than its best? Then it’s time to discover dental crowns and all of the benefits they bring to your smile. The Time for Treatment with Dental Crowns Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that get placed completely over teeth to restore their natural appearance, shape, and strength. They are often…Continue reading
Are you missing out on life because you’re missing some of your teeth? Discover how dental implants may be your smile solution. The Advantages of a Dental Implant Dental implants are a popular tooth replacement treatment today. They are artificial tooth roots that get embedded deep in the jaw to secure a dental crown in place. In addition to providing…Continue reading
The clinical name for bad breath is halitosis, but no matter what you call it, it’s a major concern for many. Discover how easy it is to treat or prevent the problem. Bad Oral Hygiene Can Cause Bad Breath According to family dentistry specialists, halitosis is usually caused by odor-inducing bacteria that’s built up on your teeth, gums, and tongue.…Continue reading