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Eruption Charts: Not As Scary As They Sound

Hello Mt. Vernon! Thanks for visiting the Alexandria dental blog. Today we’re talking about eruption charts and what they are used for.

First, an eruption chart is simply a listing of the different types of teeth in the mouth and when, on average, they come out, or ‘erupt’, from the gums. A primary teeth eruption chart will also tell you when to expect the different teeth to be lost.

Dentists in the Mt. Vernon, and Alexandria area use these charts to compare the development of their patients’ teeth to the average times in the population.

Hi. We’re Drs. Geren & Mady, experienced Alexandria family and cosmetic dentist. The friendly staff here at Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry would love to schedule an appointment with you and answer any questions you have about eruption times, children’s braces, dental sealants, athletic mouthguards as well as questions about teeth whitening and Alexandria dental implants.

Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry is a full-service dental office. Some of the services we offer are:

sedation dentistry
dental implants
Invisalign
dental crowns
teeth whitening

Give us a call today at 703-360-5881 and we can discuss these services as well as smile makeovers.

Dr. Geren & Dr. Mady
Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry
8101 Hinson Farm Rd Ste 114
Alexandria, Virginia
703-360-5881
https://www.cosmeticdentistalexandria.com/about-us/

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