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Why Baby Teeth Need Care From Your Family Dentist in Tysons

May 21, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 8:59 pm

Child and parent brushing teethYou might find it hard to worry about your child’s baby teeth. After all, they’re just going to fall out and be replaced by “real” teeth later, right? Surely you can afford to be a little lax when it comes to caring for something that’s not supposed to last anyway. But don’t make this mistake; those temporary teeth are still extremely important for your child’s present and future oral health, and those visits to the family dentist in Tysons need to happen sooner rather than later. Here’s what you need to know about taking care of your kid’s first teeth.

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Do You Need to See a Periodontist in Tysons? Here’s How You Can Tell

April 12, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Farshad Farhoumand @ 10:34 pm

a periodontist nameplate You know there are various specializations when it comes to dentistry, right? From orthodontics, endodontics, prosthodontics, periodontics, and general dentists, when certain problems arise, you want to be sure you’re seeing the right expert who can help. If you have problems with your gums or need dental implants surgically placed, it would be most beneficial for you to see a periodontist in Tysons. However, there are plenty of other reasons you should opt for an expert in periodontics, and we’re going to explain how you can tell.

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General Dentist vs. Periodontist in Tysons: What Makes Them Different?

April 3, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Farshad Farhoumand @ 9:46 pm

a dentistDo you know the difference between a general dentist and a periodontist in Tysons? If you have a toothache, who should you see to take care of the problem? What about gum disease? If you’re unsure, you’re not alone. While most people assume a general dentist will address all aspects of oral care, that is incorrect. There’s general dentists, orthodontists, periodontists, and other various types of specialized dentists. To help you better understand the difference, let us explain exactly what a periodontist does and how they can help you achieve better oral health. (more…)

Learn Why Eating Candy with Traditional Braces in Tysons is a Bad Idea

March 27, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Farshad Farhoumand @ 2:52 pm

a woman with braces eating a suckerYou’ve had your traditional braces on now for several months, and the initial discomfort has faded. You know eating certain foods is a bit more difficult, but candy doesn’t have to be forbidden fruit, right? Guess again! If you want your straighter smile to appear quicker, you’ll avoid eating candy while wearing your braces in Tysons. Read on to learn why your orthodontist wants you to dodge these delicious food items.

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Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of How to Clean Your Invisalign in Tysons

March 15, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Farshad Farhoumand @ 8:10 pm

a woman with a set of Invisalign alignersNow that you have started treatment with your Invisalign in Tysons, your orthodontist is going to expect you to be responsible and maintain them. That means, knowing how to properly care for and clean the trays. If you’re unsure what to do, allow us to give you the do’s and don’ts of how to clean your Invisalign aligners.

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Find Out How to Protect Your Tooth Braces in Tysons While Playing Sports

March 7, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Farshad Farhoumand @ 4:57 pm

a young girl wearing braces and holding a tennis racquetYour daughter plays tennis, and while you love watching her on the court, you’re a bit more apprehensive now that she’s sporting braces. This new addition can be problematic should she get hit in the mouth with a flying tennis ball. From busted teeth to broken writes and brackets, mouth injuries are no joke, and they must be treated immediately. If you’re looking for a way to keep her tooth braces in Tysons protected, talk to the orthodontist about ways to protect her precious smile.

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Do We Finally Know the Cause of & Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease?

February 28, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Farshad Farhoumand @ 8:27 pm

Woman looking at her gums in the mirrorFor years, researchers and doctors have been stumped by the underlying cause of Alzheimer’s disease, which has made it difficult to come up with a cure for this life-altering condition. For years, doctors believe that Alzheimer’s disease was caused by an abundance of specific proteins in the brain, but research that was published early this year indicates that this debilitating, chronic illness may actually be caused by the bacteria, P. gingivalis that is linked to gum disease. Keep reading to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, gum disease, and how maintaining a healthy smile may reduce your risk for this condition.
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ARE YOU INFORMED ABOUT CEREC® TREATMENTS?

February 11, 2019

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Are you looking to dramatically upgrade your smile with an oral enhancement that improves the look of your smile as well as its functionality? If so, CEREC® dental crowns should be the primary choice for a tooth restoration therapy.

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KEEP YOUR SMILE GOING STRONG WITH CEREC® DENTAL CROWNS

January 11, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 11:18 pm

Have you ever considered getting a dental crown to improve the look of your smile? If you suffer from a broken tooth, it may be in your best benefit to consider a dental crown treatment, specifically one using CEREC® technology. Keep your smile going strong with CEREC dental crowns, which can be designed and placed on the same day.

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Are Sports & Energy Drinks Bad for Teeth?

December 22, 2018

In recent years people have started consuming more sports and energy drinks. While these drinks may seem harmless, researchers from the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) published a 2012 study indicating that the increased consumption of sports and energy drinks along with a decrease in water consumption may be leading to a greater risk for cavities. Keep reading to learn more about the potentially negative impact of sports and energy drinks on oral health and how you can maintain your healthiest smile.
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