How Sedation Dentistry Helps You Get Rid Of Dental Anxiety?

March 14, 2022
Going to visit a dentist is not something everyone eagerly looks forward to. Many people avoid visiting a dentist in Lorton due to the fear they have. Not receiving treatment from the dentist for a long time can lead to the development of plaque and tartar, which eventually leads to tooth decay and tooth loss....

Periodontal Disease: Stages & Treatment

February 17, 2022
Periodontal disease is a condition that damages your gum tissues and is fairly common. It happens without warning at first and can be extremely dangerous in the long term. The condition manifests itself in stages, the first of which is rather painless. If left untreated, it might lead to tooth loss. In this blog, our...

Difference between General Dentistry and Cosmetic Dentistry

January 10, 2022
Dentistry has moved a lot ever since there have been tremendous advancements in the field of dental technology. There have been significant developments in new areas of dentistry and one such advancement is in the area of cosmetic dentistry. It differs a lot compared to general dentistry. However, depending on your needs and requirements of...

Everything You Need To Know About Root Canals

December 23, 2021
Most individuals avoid root canals since they are a painful procedure. Modern dentistry, on the other hand, has made these operations painless. This procedure is used to clean your roots and prevent them from more damage. Are you scared of root canal pain?  Our dentists at Lorton Town Dental have provided everything you need to...

Dental Implants - An Effective Teeth Replacement Option

November 21, 2021
Even with the advances in the field of dental treatment, millions of Americans lose teeth, most of which are caused by tooth decay, periodontal disease, or accident. Bridges and dentures were the only treatment choices for persons lacking teeth for many years. But, in case you suffer from problems related to missing teeth, there is...
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