Our Response to COVID-19

*COVID precautions, Thank you for your continued trust in the elevated safety precautions we are taking during this time. Your health and safety as well as that of our team members is our highest priority. Click below to view the precautions we are taking that are keeping us all safe.

The Mark Of The Perfect Dentist

Looking for a new dentist? It’s easy to find one. A quick Google search, an online review or two, and you’ll have a short list of possibilities. The trick is finding the right dentist; one you’ll stick with for years to come. At The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria we’re proud to have

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Are Dental Implants Experimental?

Dental implants are tooth replacement marvels that have been placed in millions of people. They look and function just like the real thing, and are available at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria. Technically, dental implants are not replacement teeth. The actual implant is a titanium post that is inserted into your jaw.

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Is It Growing In Your Mouth?

Plaque is that filmy stuff that forms on teeth. Since it is caused by the breakdown of the foods we eat, plaque formation is a constant process. And that’s why we keep reminding our patients to brush and floss twice a day, at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria. The plaque process goes

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The Future Of Tooth Decay In Alexandria

The importance of brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is something we stress to all of our patients, at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria. Coupled with twice-a-year checkups and cleanings, it’s the best way to maintain healthy teeth and gums, and your beautiful smile. A good dental hygiene routine, something

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Are You Getting Your Dose Of D?

In this article from The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, we wonder: are you getting enough Vitamin D in your diet? It’s really important for your teeth, because Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium. Most of the body’s calcium is in the teeth and bones. By getting sufficient amounts of Vitamin D

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Patient Education Is A Priority At Mt. Vernon Center For Dentistry

When patients are fully informed about their dental health, they make better choices. That’s been our experience at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, so we make patient education a priority at every checkup. Are regular checkups even necessary? That question comes up sometimes. We don’t mean to hedge with our answer, but

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Mt. Vernon Center For Dentistry Wants You To Be Healthy And Happy

At The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, we are committed to the dental health of all our valued patients. We emphasize the importance of healthy teeth and gums every time someone settles into one of our chairs. At every checkup, we examine you for any signs of gum disease. In its mildest form,

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A Missing Tooth Can Lead to Bone Loss

Dental implants from The Mt. Vernon Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria support teeth so lifelike, patients have been known to forget some of their teeth aren’t real. That’s now natural their look and function is. Those simple facts are enough to make most people choose dental implants if they need to replace one or

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Advanced Technology: Dental Implants

There are several restorative options for people who have lost one or more of their teeth. One option is to do nothing, but at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria we strongly recommend looking into dental implants. If you don’t do anything about a missing tooth, then there are consequences that might otherwise

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