Take Care Of Your Toothbrush!

Alexandria Dental Patients Take Care Of Your Toothbrush!

The common household toothbrush. Every home has at least one, and at The Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria, we hope our patients are all brushing their teeth after each meal. Regular brushing and flossing are still the most important things you can do for your dental health. It has been said that each toothbrush…

Calming Root Canal Fears

Virginia Dentist Calms Root Canal Fears

Hearing that you need a root canal is never welcome news. That’s because root canals are usually associated with pain. That may have been true once upon a time, but at The Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria, rest assured: root canal therapy is relatively painless, and the benefits far outweigh any drawbacks. Root canals…

Tooth Replacement For The 21st Century

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Not everything was better back in the good old days. Take dentures, for instance. They’ve improved many lives, but there is a better option from the Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria: implant-supported dentures. There are two types of implant anchored dentures: removable and permanent. No adhesive is required for either system. With the permanent…

Focusing On The Top 3

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There are three dental health issues that affect as many as a third of all Americans. At the Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria we want all of our patients to have healthy teeth and gums. If any of these common issues affect you, please tell us. We can do something about it. The problems…

Stay Out Of The Dental Danger Zone

Stay Out Of The Alexandria Dental Danger Zone

You would never consider running a red light on a busy street or crossing over a lane of orange traffic cones on the freeway. But a word of caution from the Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria: you might be doing some everyday things that are dangerous for your oral health. In this post, we’ll…

Sinus Pain Or Abscessed Tooth?

Sinus Pain Or Abscessed Tooth?

At the Center for Dental Anesthesia in Alexandria, it’s quite common for patients come in with a toothache. In some cases, the toothache is a secondary symptom of a sinus condition. Let’s discuss the relationship. Your maxillary sinuses are very close to your top teeth. In some areas, only a sliver of tissue separates the…