• Dentures 101

    Dentures 101

    When you think of dentures, do you picture George Washington’s teeth or the cartoon dentures shown in glasses of water? Modern dentures have come a long way from those early versions. Today, there is a range of dental options available for individuals of all ages who need durable, aesthetically pleasing false teeth. Denture types include full dentures

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  • Night Guards and Teeth Grinding

    Night Guards and Teeth Grinding

    Teeth grinding is a more common problem than you might think. According to the American Dental Association, up to 15% of adults grind their teeth during their sleep—meaning they often wake up with a seemingly inexplicable headache, toothache, or sore jaw. Also called sleep bruxism, nighttime teeth-grinding can affect children as well. The condition is

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  • The Benefits of Invisalign Treatment

    The Benefits of Invisalign Treatment

    In the past, if you wanted to straighten your teeth, there was only one choice available – traditional, wired-in, metal braces. However, orthodontics has evolved significantly over the years. Now, patients can choose from a variety of teeth-straightening options, selecting the one that suits their particular needs. Of all the choices patients have, one of

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  • Halloween and Dental Health

    Halloween and Dental Health

    Halloween is just around the corner.  It’s a time for spooky movies, fun, scary decorations, wild costumes, and plenty of sugary, tasty treats. As we all prepare for this classic Fall holiday, we thought we’d offer a few tips on how our patients can make Halloween as healthy and safe for their teeth as possible.

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  • From Dental Health to Overall Health

    From Dental Health to Overall Health

    A significant connection exists between our oral health and our overall physical well-being. Just because we go to the dentist we are thinking primarily of our teeth and gums does not mean we are not at the same time taking care of our general health The Mouth is One of Our Gateways to the World

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  • Getting Ready to Re-Open

    Getting Ready to Re-Open

    The safety and health of our patients have always been our top priority.  Whether this is through the care we provide or the environment of our practice.  Our internal policies and procedures have always exceeded federally mandated guidelines to protect our community and staff.  As of May 11th, 2020 we will begin seeing patients for elective

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  • Impact of What We Drink on Oral Health

    Impact of What We Drink on Oral Health

    Most people have heard of the negative impact drinking sugary liquids, such as soda, can have in their teeth. Here, we want to cover a little more extensively some of the best and worst drinks for our teeth and why the bad ones are so bad. Sugary Drinks, Bacteria and Acid Soda is terrible for

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  • Coronavirus Update

    Coronavirus Update

    DEAR FRIENDS AND PATIENTS, As COVID-19, or coronavirus, continues to be a global concern, we want to update you on how we are addressing this at Tysons Dental Associates. While we currently have not received word of any exposure,  we have systems and protocols in place that allow us to continue to treat our patients, as

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  • Gum Recession: Minimizing Your Risks

    Gum Recession: Minimizing Your Risks

    Decay, accidents, and sports related injuries are just a few of the common causes of tooth loss. However, thanks to modern dentistry, none of us has to endure the embarrassment and other difficulties associated with having the gaps created by missing teeth.

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  • Check out Anna and Marzia walking you through the products for sensitive teeth. (Part 3)

    Check out Anna and Marzia walking you through the products for sensitive teeth. (Part 3)

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