Ouch! The mouth is a bad place for injuries, sores, or inflammation. It seems that even the smallest irritation in the mouth can cause serious discomfort for Alexandria dental patients.
We’re not talking about a relationship with a girlfriend, boyfriend, or spouse – We’re talking about something equally important – your relationship with your Alexandria dentist. (…We admit our obvious bias.)
Our continuing education staff is here to help you have the healthiest and most beautiful smile possible. We provide general and cosmetic dentistry procedures such as tooth whitening, veneers, short term braces, inlays and onlays.
Oral Conscious Sedation: Choose your level of sedation for confident relaxation
A variety of media choices
Soft bite blocks to rest your jaw during treatment
Personalized attention from our continuing education Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry team
Ergonomic reclining chairs for maximum back and neck comfort
Rigorous infection control protocols for peace of mind
Make sure to tell your Mt. Vernon dentist about any medications that you are taking. If you are using any tobacco products, you should inform your dentist. Your dentist might be able to offer you a program that can help you stop. Let your dentist know if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. If you have any type of eating disorder, you should also discuss this with your dentist. Ditto if you have a special health issue such as a heart condition. Oral health is an integral part of your overall physical health and cannot be isolated.
At Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry, we provide a full menu of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dental services. If you are looking for a gentle kid-friendly pediatric dentist or a smile design specialist, we invite you to schedule a consultation. We work hard to make each visit as quick and pleasant as possible.
Here at Mt. Vernon Center for Dentistry, we want your teeth to last a lifetime! Tooth enamel is one of the hardest parts of the body, but it is non-renewable so it is important not to not neglect or abuse our teeth. Daily teeth and gum care is the best way to protect tooth enamel…