Tysons Dental Esthetics Blog
February 28, 2019
Usually the cause of a dental problem is obvious. For example, most toothaches are caused by cavities. Other times, the reason for a particular symptom is less apparent. Take for example the link between chronic Lyme disease and oral health in Tysons. The bacteria that causes Lyme disease sometimes expresses itself as tooth pain, soreness in the TMJ, and other problems typically seen by dentists.(more…)
February 16, 2019
Every year billions of dollars are spent on Alzheimer’s research to find the causes and develop treatments, but no solution has been discovered as of yet. That may change in the near future. Recent research suggests that the same bacteria that causes gum disease may be a cause of Alzheimer’s in Tysons. Check out this helpful information that can help you understand this new research.(more…)
January 25, 2019
Cavities and tooth decay are a real problem for Americans. Around 91% of adults have at least one cavity in a permanent tooth, but did you know that children are even more susceptible to decay? Getting your son or daughter’s cavity filled and protected is important, but do you know what’s better? Preventing it from happening in the first place. Keep reading to learn how a family dentist in Falls Church can protect your kids’ teeth from decay before it even happens.(more…)
January 18, 2019
Are your gums red, puffy, or tender? This may seem like a small problem, but if it’s been going on for a while, you may have gum disease. If caught early on, this disease can be reversed by a good oral healthcare routine and regular visits to your dentist. However, if you don’t seek treatment for gum disease, you’re not only putting your gums and teeth at risk, but you’re increasing your chances of other more serious overall health issues. Keep reading to learn why you should never put off getting treatment for your gum disease in Tysons.(more…)
December 11, 2018
If you’ve had a tooth extracted recently, then you know that it’s normal to feel a bit of soreness afterwards. Any type of oral surgery is going to require time to rest and call for a soft diet. But if you don’t practice the right aftercare, you can easily get dry socket. This condition can be very painful, but there are ways to manage it and prevent them in the future.
If you’re experiencing a dry socket after an extraction in Tysons, keep reading.(more…)
October 1, 2018
At the end of the year, too many Americans haven’t used their dental benefits and they’re actually losing money because of it. Only 2.8% of people with a PPO dental plan are reaching or exceeding their annual maximum, while 1 in every 4 employees don’t use their benefits at all. That’s a lot of insurance money left on the table that could be helping your health and your wallet. Keep reading to learn why you should always use your dental benefits and how to get the most out of them from your Delta Dental dentist before the year ends.
September 5, 2018
Did you know that an estimated 3 million people in the U.S. have at least one dental implant and around 500,000 new implants are placed each year? With the boom in popularity in recent years, it’s clear that implants are a fantastic way to replace missing teeth. But, aside from the size, what’s the difference between regular implants and mini implants in Tysons – and why would someone choose one over the other? Learn more below about the key advantages that mini implants offer and how to know which option is right for you!
July 25, 2018
There’s a new dentist in Tysons and we invite you to come say hello. Dr. Shri Chopra joins Tysons Dental Esthetics in Falls Church, VA, where Dr. Sanae Berrada and Dr. Sandra Glikman have been providing a comprehensive menu of dental services. Now, we have one more dentist to help take care of all of your family’s dental needs.
January 3, 2018
Do you struggle when it comes to taking care of your teeth but still want to have a gorgeous smile? If you’ve had friends or family that have used whitening strips and feel envious of their new, whiter smile, it’s natural to think that whitening is all you need to do to get the same results. After all – if it worked for them, it can work for you, right? Unfortunately, it’s not so simple. If you want to have a truly vibrant smile, a dentist in Falls Church clears up the confusion around why white teeth aren’t always healthy teeth. You’ll also learn how to achieve your ultimate goal of a smile that’s both strong and beautiful. (more…)
December 16, 2017
Are you missing one of your premolars (the teeth between your pointy canines and your molars)? Do other people know that you’re short one or two pearly whites? If it’s not obvious when you smile that you don’t have a full set of chompers, you might reason that you don’t need to get the missing ones replaced. After all, your appearance isn’t suffering, and you have enough teeth left to enjoy all of your favorite snacks. But replacing missing teeth is important, regardless of where in your mouth the gaps are. Your dentist explains why.