Receding Gums: Are dental implants still an option?

Receding gums usually occur as a result of long-term or severe gum disease. Gum disease must be treated before dental implants can be placed to ensure your healing after the procedure is successful. If you have receding gums or other…...

Congenitally missing teeth: What are my options?

If you were born without some of your teeth, or if teeth are not present in the jawbone after your baby teeth fall out, you might want to have these missing teeth replaced. There are numerous options for tooth replacement,…...

Can oral surgery treat sleep apnea?

Sleep apnea is a condition in which you actually stop breathing for a short period of time, usually multiple times during the night. It severely disrupts your sleep schedule, making it difficult if not impossible to get enough rest. There…...

Ways to treat dental anxiety

Dental anxiety can present a serious problem for people who suffer from it. They tend to avoid the dentist, allowing problems to become serious before they are finally treated. Fortunately, sedation dentistry can help....

Jaw pain: Could it be from wisdom teeth?

If you are experiencing persistent pain, discomfort, or swelling in the back part of your jaw, and you still have your wisdom teeth, consult with your dentist to see if this last set of molars might be the culprit. Impacted…...

Choosing The Right Sedation Options

For those who experience extreme anxiety when they visit the dentist, sedation dentistry can be very helpful. With sedation, you can remain calm and anxiety-free throughout your visit to the dentist, even if you are having numerous restorations done. If…...

Dental Implants: Enjoy the health benefits of a complete smile

If you’ve lost one or more teeth, tooth replacement is an important part of your dental care. Without it, you could face a variety of problems in the future as your remaining teeth move out of position. Dental implants are…...

Consequences of a single tooth loss

Many people see the loss of a single tooth as little more than a cosmetic issue, particularly if the tooth is not visible when you smile. However, even one or two teeth should be replaced, preferably with dental implants, to…...

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Burke, VA 22015
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Reston, VA 20191
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Alexandria, VA 22314
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