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Dental Health

These Snacks Are Just As Bad As Candy For Kids’ Teeth

Most parents know that candy is damaging for teeth. The sugar in candy creates the acids in the mouth that cause tooth decay. That’s something we remind parents of frequently, at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria. Because sugar is bad for teeth (and overall physical health), many moms and dads choose what

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Is Your Smile In A World Of Hurt?

Do you have extreme tooth damage, bone loss, or few or no teeth still intact? This post from The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria is for anyone whose mouth is in a world of hurt. First, we understand how severe dental issues impact you every day of your life. Whatever the cause of

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The 4 Stages of Gum Disease

Gum disease is a leading cause of tooth loss in adults. It’s a progressive condition, and is easily treatable in its earliest stages. From The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, here are the four main stages of gum disease. Gingivitis The main symptoms of gingivitis include red or swollen gums that cause discomfort

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3 Reliable Steps To Find The Best Alexandria, Virginia Dentist

Looking for a new dentist? Maybe you’re new in town, or maybe you’re just looking for a change. Whatever the reason, The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria has some suggestions you may find useful. It isn’t a decision you want to make lightly. Ideally you should establish a relationship that you can count

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Why Visit The Dentist?

At The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, we want to see each one of our patients for a cleaning and checkup twice a year. Most of the time we try to get you to schedule your next appointment even as you leave the office from your latest one. There are some very good

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How Long Should You Brush?

At The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria we recommend brushing your teeth for at least two minutes, every time you brush. Most people think they brush that long but would probably be surprised if they actually set a timer. Many of us only brush for about a minute, if that. Essential Dental Health

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Beating Horrible Halitosis

Bad breath is no fun at all, but there are things you can do to combat it. If bad breath is an issue for you or a loved one, talk to us about it at The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria. Common, garden-variety bad breath is caused by the things we eat and

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5 Ways To Restore A Tooth

“Restorative dentistry” is a term to describe the way damaged or missing teeth can be fixed or replaced. At the Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria, our goal is always to improve your smile – in short, to maintain or restore your dental health. This post looks at five restoration procedures that are used

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We Solve Problems To Restore Smiles

Do you fear that your smile is beyond repair due to damage or neglect? Rest assured, that may not be true. At The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria we use restorative dentistry to improve smiles every day. Here are some tough dental problems we routinely solve: Tough Problem 1: Insufficient Bone for Dental

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3 Ways To Keep Your Mouth Happy!

At The Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry in Alexandria our objective is to help every patient who comes in for an appointment to have the best possible oral health. This post focuses on something that doesn’t get as much attention as cavities or cosmetic dentistry: our sense of taste. A happy mouth is not only

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