Dental Services

Regular dental visits are essential to make sure oral health problems — from tooth decay to oral cancer — are detected and treated in a timely manner. At our office, your oral health is our paramount concern. We want to make sure your teeth stay healthy, function well and look great! From regular cleanings and exams to advanced restorative treatments, all of your routine dental needs can be met right here.

Services we offer include:

Emergency Dental Treatment

If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. We can treat a variety of traumatic dental injuries, including teeth that have been chipped, moved, or knocked out entirely. Please call our office for assistance.

Please contact 703-626-4925 for emergency consultations or service. We will try our best to accommodate your request.

When do you need to see a Dentist

  • When your teeth are extremely sensitive to hot or cold.
  • If the gums bleed and they are puffy
  • Halitosis or bad breath
  • Pain or swelling in and around your teeth
  • Difficulty chewing or jaw not opening or closing properly
  • If you have dentures, implants, crowns or other hardware in the mouth
  • High risk patients with Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Immunosuppressive conditions like HIV, chemotherapy, radiation
  • Regular maintenance or cleaning( highly recommended- A stitch in time save nine ! )
  • Dry mouth
  • non healing sore or an abnormal spot in the mouth
  • smokers and pregnant mothers
  • If you have any further concerns or questions please call the doctor

Frequently asked questions

  • How should I brush my teeth ?-Brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and using a soft-bristled brush that fits your mouth and place the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the gums. Gently move the brush back and forth in short, tooth-wide strokes. Brush the outer surfaces, the inner surfaces, and the chewing surfaces of the teeth. To clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and make several up-and-down strokes. Brush your tongue to remove bacteria and keep your breath fresh.
  • How often should I see a Dentist?- it depend upon your dental condition and health. For routine checks  up to twice a year follow ups are recommended.
  • Do I need to floss and how often?- Yes, once  a day.

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