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A New Bright Smile with our Professional Teeth Whitening!

Teeth whitening

When Jaiden came in to see us at Centreville Dental Wellness Center, he was concerned about the discoloration of his teeth. He hadn’t kept up with his regular teeth cleanings, and over the years, his teeth became stained from everyday … Continue reading

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Is a Waterpik Better Than Dental Floss?

Dental care

Flossing your teeth is an essential practice to complement your daily brushing and help remove plaque and food particles from places where your toothbrush can’t reach. Traditional string dental floss has long been used, but there are alternatives to this type of … Continue reading

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Are Cavities Always Painful?

Dental Cavities

Cavities are damaged areas on your teeth that are the result of tooth decay. If left untreated, a cavity will progress to the point that it can take over your tooth, and may require root canal therapy or an extraction. … Continue reading

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A new Smile with Invisalign!

Invisalign

Jackie’s crooked teeth had caused her to be self-conscious her entire life, and so had her weight. After losing almost 100 pounds, Jackie was finally feeling good about her body and wanted to feel just as good about her smile. … Continue reading

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Top Signs You May Need a Root Canal

A root canal is a dental restoration that involves cleaning out the inside of your tooth. In a small chamber located in the center of your tooth, there are nerves and blood vessels that help keep your tooth alive and … Continue reading

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Dental Emergency Case Study: Frank

Frank came in to see Dr. Vakay at Centreville Dental Wellness Center after experiencing a traumatic injury to his mouth in a game of football that left him with severe jaw pain.  A 34-year-old with excellent oral health, Frank unfortunately … Continue reading

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Are There Different Types of Root Canal Treatments?

Root Canal

Most people have heard of root canal therapy, in which the inner chamber of the tooth—where the nerve tissue that keeps the tooth alive is located—is cleared and sealed to stop an existing infection or decay. Root canal treatment can … Continue reading

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Boo! Top Scary Foods That Can Hurt Your Teeth

Most people are familiar with common foods that can crack teeth or even cut gum tissue, including popcorn kernels, ice, and hard candies. However, protecting your smile goes further than avoiding these foods. The category of harmful foods is larger than you … Continue reading

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Partial Dentures May Be Your Solution for Missing Teeth

Full & Partial Dentures

If you’ve lost one or more of your natural teeth, getting a replacement is essential to prevent the shifting and bone loss that can come with missing teeth. You have options when it comes to replacing a missing natural tooth, from dental … Continue reading

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Root Canal or Extraction: Which Is Best for Your Infected Tooth?

A tooth infection, also referred to as a dental abscess, can be mild or severe. While some people will have resulting pain, others won’t have symptoms of an infected tooth. People can get tooth infections for a variety of reasons, … Continue reading

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