Alzheimer’s Dementia

It is estimated that by the year 2020, twelve million Americans will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia. Ten percent of people over 65 are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Dementia. By age 85 that number increases to 50% and those 85 and older are the fastest growing segment of the population. If you or someone you love has Alzheimer’s Dementia, you know how forgetful they can be. They require a caregiver all the time to help them with the even the smallest daily needs. It becomes the caregiver responsibility to seek a dentist that is specialized and knowledgeable in treating patient with Alzheimer’s Dementia.

Dr. Pham and her team are well trained and committed to treating patients with physical and mental health. We are well known for treating patient with Alzheimer. Alzheimer patient have difficulty; with daily dental care and accepting help for other people. This makes them high risk for cavities and dental health problems in Alzheimer’s patients can lead to pain, unmanageable behavior and extensive dental treatment. Yet, the dental needs of Alzheimer’s patients are often overlooked, usually for very understandable reasons: the patient’s forgetfulness results in unintentional dental neglect; medications may cause chronic “dry mouth” or Symptoms of Xerostomia, which causes a reduction in the healthy flow of saliva that can lead to tooth decay. They will needs twice the number of yearly cleaning and prescription toothpaste is required. In the event that extensive dental work is required, it is done under I.V. sedation because the patient unpredictable behavior, gagging disorders and it is hard for them to sit in the dental chair for long duration which is often the byproduct of medications or other medical conditions... We will create a calming setting in which a sedation it is administered and monitored by a physician specialist, a board certified Anesthesiologist and Dr. Pham take care of the dental treatment.

Autism

Taking all children and even some adults to the dentist can be a very stressful experience. For those parents and caregivers who have a child with an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) these appointments can be even more traumatic. Taking adult and children with ASD to the dentist can trigger large amounts of anxiety, which is understandable. Mouths are extremely sensitive places and for a person with an ASD someone putting cold instruments into their mouth could be very painful. In addition, the noise of the drills and cleaning instruments could be a problem. We will need help from the parents or caregiver to get ASD patient to get familiar with the dentist office. It can be through role play at home by breaking down the visit using visual supports. It may be useful to try and produce a sequence of pictures or photos to show the stages of going to the dentist. This allows you to explain the different steps so they know what is coming next and when it is finished. It is their lack of understanding that makes them nervous like everyone else who visit a foreign place. The important thing is to get them in for a dental visit. They need to be stress and point out the importance of having healthy teeth and gums and the consequences of not having regular dental appointments. Dr. Pham and her team experience in treating patients with autistic spectrum disorder are extensive. We have many cases of ASD patients, children and adults alike. The treatment will be easier if the patient get gradually accustom to the dental office thru regular dental cleaning which is less stressful. But most of the ASD patient we see initially required comprehensive dental work because these individuals receive psychotropic medications which can cause Xerostomia (dry mouth) and they have a known desire for sweet foods. Therefore, these patients are at increased risk for increased dental caries and periodontal disease. We have much success with ASD patient because we are experience and anticipate the situations that might create emotional or physical discomfort.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is not a single disease, but a group of disorders that occur when a baby’s brain is damaged. There are more than 100,000 children and adolescents in the U.S. who have cerebral palsy. Control of the oral musculature, involuntary muscular activity, and an inability to perform oral hygiene procedures contribute to the increased incidence of gingival disease, dental caries and periodontal disease is common. In cerebral palsy patients with a seizure disorder, the potential for gingival problems is further complicated. The anti-seizure medications have a strong association with gingival overgrowth. The gingival overgrowth in turn, complicates oral hygiene procedures, making control of dental plaque more difficult. Frequently, the cerebral palsy patient will also have a hyper-active gag reflex, and a high percentage of young children with cerebral palsy suffer enamel hyperplasia (incomplete calcification) of the primary teeth, reflecting an early disturbance in the development of enamel and dentin. Bruxism is common in people with cerebral palsy, especially those with severe forms of the disorder. Bruxism can be intense and persistent and cause the teeth to wear prematurely. Seizures may accompany cerebral palsy, but can usually be controlled with anticonvulsant medications. The mouth is always at risk during a seizure: Patients may chip teeth. With all these dental risk, cerebral palsy patient will need more frequent dental visit then the average person. A personal oral hygiene home care regimen, tailored by the Dr. Pham, specifically for the cerebral palsy patient, is an essential component of a comprehensive oral health care program. Good oral hygiene, accompanied by early and regular dental examinations and treatment will enhance good dental health in the cerebral palsy patient. We have treated many Cerebral palsy patients in office thru regular visits and our sedation sessions. We anticipate the non voluntarily movement and the common dental condition that we mention above. Our expertise’s, in treating patients in this population, have distinguished us from the rest. We will do everything to make our office wheel accessible to cerebral palsy patients.

Down Syndrome

Our experience with down syndrome patient us taught us that early to severe periodontal disease is often seen with onset in the mid to late teen years. Some studies report an incidence of periodontal disease to be between 90 and 96% of adults with Down syndrome. This is related to a compromised immune system in Down syndrome. The teeth most affected are the mandibular incisors and maxillary molars. Good oral hygiene and semi-annual cleaning appointments may not be enough to prevent the progression of periodontal disease in these patients. More frequent cleaning is needed and as well as early, aggressive treatment. These patients may need to be seen as often as every three months for deep cleaning and may also benefit from the use of chlorhexedine mouth rinse and possibly systemic antibiotic therapy. Parents and care giving need to realize the importance of proper daily home care because the child with Down syndrome may be resistant to tooth brushing. Our approach to Down Syndrome patients is first to carefully gaining their trust. We will assure them that they will not be hurt, restrained or harmed in any way. In most cases, I.V. sedation is required for patient with Down Syndrome for the comprehensive treatment because gagging reflex due to their often enlarged tongue and it is hard for them to sit in the dental chair for long duration. We will take great care of them during their comprehensive dental treatment. For the most part of the treatment, they will be a sleep and will remember very little of the treatment. We will be vigilant of factoring their compromised immune system and they are prone to periodontal disease into our treatment. We will treat that aggressively and get them to a dental healthy state. At the end, we will show them and the parent the proper brushing technique and ways to getting them brushing daily because we stress home prevention is the most important part of dentistry.

Parkinson's Disease

Our team understands Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a degenerative, progressive neurological disorder that affects the way you move. Parkinson's disease is a condition which results from the loss of a substance called dopamine. It affects 1% of people aged over 50 years, and sometimes affects younger people. In most cases the cause is unknown. The three main problems in Parkinson's disease are usually tremor, stiffness (rigidity), and slowness of movement (akinesia). Due to decreased mobility as a result of PD symptoms, it is possible that the patient is no longer sufficiently able to thoroughly maintain his dental hygiene. This can cause dental carries to be formed. The side effect of medications used to treat the disease can cause dental problems for.

Some patients because a common side effect of these drugs is Xerostomia, (drying of saliva). This reduces antibacterial and cleansing actions, and may predispose the patient to a greater risk of periodontal disease and cavies. To avoid these problems, patients should pay greater attention to brushing, use an electric toothbrush, use mouthwashes, and pay more frequent visits to the dentist. When a Dental treatment is needed PD patient often require care beyond that provided by a regular dentist because of their medical condition. It is imperative that a PD patient or caregiver find a dental team to have the knowledge and can take the appropriate medical safeguards in treating PD patients. For the comprehensive treatment I.V. sedation is required for patient with PD because of the non-voluntarily movement these patients exhibits. Dr. Pham and her team are well verse in treating PD patient together with our staff anesthesiologist can anticipate medical complication as it arises. PD patient have many medical complication as the patient and caregiver observe the progression of the disease, let’s not let a dental complication add to that list and let our team help you with that.

Sedation Dentistry

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry, Dr. Hanah Pham’s office, we specialize in Sedation Dentistry but we do general and cosmetic dentistry for children and adults of all ages. Dr. Hanah Pham and her team are areas leader in delivering compassionate dental care to people suffering from dental phobias and for the population with the special needs. With years of experience treating this patient population, we proudly relate success stories of patients who come to us from all over the region.

Our patients can attest that dental phobia is paralyzing fear that keeps people from obtaining regular dental care. Our patient population ranges from as young as two years old to as old as 79 years old. We know that an estimated 9-15% of all Americans avoid regular dental care due to fear surrounding the dental visit. This translates to some 30 - 40 million people so afraid of dental treatment that they avoid it altogether.

If you or someone you love has a dental phobia, you know how shame and embarrassment about one's teeth and smile can dramatically affect a person's quality-of-life, social life and self-esteem. When you finally gather the inner courage to make the first call to a dentist, you are half way there. Let our specially trained staff complete the second half for you. You will be greeted by dental professionals who understand the very real nature of your fears and without judgment.

Our team supports your unique needs as a phobic patient from the moment you make the first call. We ask about your dental history, your particular concerns, and any history of trauma to the mouth. We listen to your story and appreciate the magnitude of your fear. We then discuss the easiest and safest way to bring you the comfort and care you need.

We design a treatment plan in which all treatment can be completed in as few as one comprehensive visit using optimal sedation options that are tailored to individual needs. If you choose the option of Intravenous Sedation (know as I.V. Sedation), it is administered and monitored by a board certified Anesthesiologist on staff. This way Dr. Hanah Pham can focus on delivering excellent dental treatment and the Anesthesiologist will provide the safest sedation environment possible. The way IV Sedation is administered at this office is above any standards of sedation options you can find. At this office, mainly for safety reasons, IV Sedation is not administered by a dentist or a nurse anesthetist and it is not general anesthesia (general anesthesia requires a breathing tube, a ventilator, and much more drugs used and most need to be administered in a hospital settings). Although, Dr. Hanah Pham is certified to deliver I.V. sedation to patients and is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), she prefers to focus on delivering the best dental care possible during this IV Sedation.

Children and Infant Care

Dr. Pham has trained with some of the world's most prominent infant and child dental teachers.

She is rapidly becoming known as the Reston area's leading dentist for families who want comfortable, safe and friendly care for their children.

Dental Implants

If you are missing one or more teeth, you'll want replacements that are as natural as possible. If dentures don't work for you, you may want to consider dental implants at Reston Sunrise Dentistry in Reston. Unlike dentures, which can be removed, implants are permanently anchored into the jaw itself.

You are a good candidate for dental implants if you have jawbone ridges that are in good shape and healthy oral tissues. When the implant device is inserted into the jaw, a chemical and mechanical bond is formed. The jawbone actually grows into the implant.

With dental implants, you get a perfect fit, and they will look and feel as good as (or better than!) your original teeth. Experience quality implant dentistry with Dr. Pham in the Reston area.

Cosmetic Dentistry

One of the first things people notice is your smile. If chipped, stained, or crooked teeth are "hiding" the real you, it's time for a smile make over with Dr. Pham, a top cosmetic dentist in the Reston area.

A beautiful smile can brighten your life every day, professionally and socially. And unlike plastic surgery, cosmetic dentistry isn't a major operation. Imagine coming in for a single appointment or two and emerging with the smile you've always wanted...no pain, no strain, no time taken away from your busy life. The results are immediate and dramatic.

For a cosmetic dentistry consultation call us at Reston Sunrise Dentistry in Reston. There are many ways we can give you a youthful, attractive, natural looking smile!

Brighten teeth that have lost their sparkle.

We can treat discolored, stained or aging teeth with our state-of-the-art whitening process. The treatment can be completed in just a few treatments. A dazzling smile isn't just for celebrities any more. It's for you, because you're worth it.

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Cover problem teeth with ultra-thin porcelain veneers.

Think of this treatment as a manicure for your smile. Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are custom fit over your natural teeth. We can change the shape, color and length of your teeth in only two visits. It looks so good you'll wonder why you waited so long.

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Porcelain Crowns.

When the size of a "filling" exceeds a certain proportion of the tooth, it must be replaced with a "cap," also called a "crown." Porcelain crowns look very natural and don't have a dark metal line.

Porcelain crowns reflect light with a natural healthy glow.

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Go natural with dental implants.

Implants are bridges that are permanently anchored into the jaw. Because there is always a perfect fit, implants are almost the same as having your natural teeth back again. To qualify for implants, you'll need healthy oral tissues and jawbone ridges that are in good shape. If you're suffering from tooth loss, let's discuss whether implants are an option for you.

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Dental Bonding.

Bonding is similar to sculpting individual teeth with a special tooth-like material that looks, acts and feels like the real thing.

Bonding is an affordable, quick and painless way to repair many cosmetic flaws or injuries.

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Turn "Metal Mouth" into a natural smile.

Replace old crowns and bridges with metal-free restorations. There's a huge difference between metal fillings and our new porcelain restorations that reflect the translucence of natural teeth. Your new metal-free crowns, inlays and bridges won't show wear or cause opposing teeth to erode, and fitting the crown or bridge is a breeze.

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Fearful dental patients can choose sedation dentistry

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry, Dr. Hanah Pham’s office, we specialize in Sedation Dentistry but we do general and cosmetic dentistry for children and adults of all ages. Dr. Hanah Pham and her team are areas leader in delivering compassionate dental care to people suffering from dental phobias and for the population with the special needs. With years of experience treating this patient population, we proudly relate success stories of patients who come to us from all over the region.

Our patients can attest that dental phobia is paralyzing fear that keeps people from obtaining regular dental care. Our patient population ranges from as young as two years old to as old as 79 years old. We know that an estimated 9-15% of all Americans avoid regular dental care due to fear surrounding the dental visit. This translates to some 30 - 40 million people so afraid of dental treatment that they avoid it altogether.

If you or someone you love has a dental phobia, you know how shame and embarrassment about one's teeth and smile can dramatically affect a person's quality-of-life, social life and self-esteem. When you finally gather the inner courage to make the first call to a dentist, you are half way there. Let our specially trained staff complete the second half for you. You will be greeted by dental professionals who understand the very real nature of your fears and without judgment.

Our team supports your unique needs as a phobic patient from the moment you make the first call. We ask about your dental history, your particular concerns, and any history of trauma to the mouth. We listen to your story and appreciate the magnitude of your fear. We then discuss the easiest and safest way to bring you the comfort and care you need.

We design a treatment plan in which all treatment can be completed in as few as one comprehensive visit using optimal sedation options that are tailored to individual needs. If you choose the option of Intravenous Sedation (know as I.V. Sedation), it is administered and monitored by a board certified Anesthesiologist on staff. This way Dr. Hanah Pham can focus on delivering excellent dental treatment and the Anesthesiologist will provide the safest sedation environment possible. The way IV Sedation is administered at this office is above any standards of sedation options you can find. At this office, mainly for safety reasons, IV Sedation is not administered by a dentist or a nurse anesthetist and it is not general anesthesia (general anesthesia requires a breathing tube, a ventilator, and much more drugs used and most need to be administered in a hospital settings). Although, Dr. Hanah Pham is certified to deliver I.V. sedation to patients and is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), she prefers to focus on delivering the best dental care possible during this IV Sedation.

Candidates for sedation dentistry

People who have...

= high fear

= traumatic dental experiences

= difficulty getting numb

= a bad gag reflex

= very sensitive teeth

= complex dental problems

= limited time to complete dental care

People who...

= hate needles and shots

= hate the noises, smells and tastes associated with dental care

= are afraid or embarrassed about their teeth

Answers to questions about sedation dentistry

Will I feel any pain?

Most patients feel no discomfort whatsoever during their treatment and feel surprisingly good afterwards.

Will I be unconscious?

No, you will be in a deeply relaxed state, and you will be responsive.

Will I be monitored?

Yes, one of our team is always with you and your vital signs are monitored during the entire visit. You are never alone.

How long will I be relaxing?

Depending on your needs, from two to six hours.

Will someone need to accompany me?

Yes, due to the sedative effects of the medication, you will need someone to drive you to our office and home again.

The facts of sedation dentistry

It Really Works! You really can relax through your dental appointment.

It Is Safe! You take a small pill at the office for Oral Sedation. If it is IV Sedation, an Anesthesiologist will be present to give you the required medication. You will have little or no memory of the experience. You won't remember any sounds or smells.

You can relax for up to five to six hours. The time you are relaxing will vary depending on your needed treatment.

Complex dental treatments that often require six to eight appointments, can be done in as little as one! All while you relax. People who have difficulty getting numb will find that sedation dentistry eliminates this problem.

Sedation dentistry is a safe way to reduce the fatigue of extended dental treatment requiring long visits.

Sedation dentistry information

You are given a small pill at the office for Oral Sedation. If it is IV sedation, medication will be given by an Anesthesiologist. Your companion will accompany you to the office. By the time you arrive you will be very drowsy.

When you arrive in our office, you will be escorted into the comfort room, covered with a thick, warm blanket and placed on a monitor to watch your vital signs. After you are comfortable Dr. Pham and the experienced clinical team at Reston Sunrise Dentistry will take care of your dental needs.

When your treatment is completed your companion will return you home to finish your comfortable, relaxing day.

Baby teeth decayed - Bottle caries

Signs and appearance of teeth displaying bottle caries:

= Brown teeth with fragmented edges

= Upper front teeth that break easily

Children who have erupted teeth or are past the age to be weaned are highly susceptible to rotted front teeth when being put to bed with a bottle containing milk, juice or other sugar-containing liquids. There is decreased salivary flow during sleep and clearance of the liquid from the teeth is slowed. Call us at (866) 798-0832 for more details.

The liquid pools around the upper front baby teeth and creates an excellent environment to promote the growth of decay-causing bacteria. Removing the bottle before the first tooth appears and wiping the child's gums and teeth with a soft cloth before being put to bed can help prevent decay.

At 18 months of age, parents should bring their child into Reston Sunrise Dentistry for examination by Dr. Pham and recommend home care.

Dental decay and cavity prevention

Fluoride has been a great benefit to patients of all ages in helping prevent dental decay. Regular brushing and flossing lowers the chance of developing "cavities."

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we know that the most decay-prone areas of teeth are the grooves and depressions on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth, which require further preventive care.

To prevent decay, a plastic-like coating called a sealant should be painted on the chewing surfaces of all the back teeth. Studies have shown that sealants can reduce tooth decay by as much as 90% to 100% in the Reston area and nation wide.

The American Dental Association recommends, and Dr. Pham agrees, that sealants be placed as soon as the first adult back teeth come in at age 6 or 7. Sealants should continue to be used as each adult back tooth comes into the mouth. All back teeth that need to be sealed are present by age 13. Sealant application is simple, fast, and painless.

Please call Reston Sunrise Dentistry with any questions you may have about the benefits using a sealant in preventing dental decay.

Mouthguards - Uses and types

"Dr. Pham, why should you wear a mouthguard?"

While mouthguards are not mandatory equipment in all sports, their worth is indisputable. Mouthguards cushion blows to the face and neck. A mouthguard should be part of every athlete's gear, no matter the sport. Even adults or weekend athletes need to protect their smile and preserve their health.

Do: At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we feel that you should wear a mouthguard at all times when playing sports. Wear a mouthguard custom-fitted by a dentist, especially if you wear bridges or braces.

Don't: Wear removable appliances like retainers when playing sports.

There are two types of mouthguards:

Custom-made: Designed by a dentist and made on a cast of your teeth. These cause very little interference with speaking or breathing. They provide the best protection and fit over braces and fixed bridges. They also cost more.

Ready-made: Purchased at most sporting goods stores. They are the least expensive, the least effective, and least comfortable.

Please call our office at (866) 798-0832 if you would like to "play it safe!" and wear a comfortable mouthguard and protect your teeth.

Prevention of tooth decay

Fluoride, in proper dosage, has been shown to significantly reduce dental decay. When fluoridated water has less than the ideal amount or is not available, fluoride supplements are recommended. (A call to your local water district is all that is necessary to determine whether your water has fluoride or not.)

When supplements are needed, the administration of fluoride supplements should begin shortly after birth and continue through the time of eruption of the second permanent molars (approx. 12 years of age).

Regular dental check-ups at Reston Sunrise Dentistry should begin no later than 18 months of age.

If you have any questions or need more information, don't hesitate to contact our office at (866) 798-0832.

Dental implants are a perfect fit

If you are missing one or more teeth, you'll want replacements that are as natural as possible. If dentures don't work for you, Dr. Pham may consider dental implants. Unlike dentures, which can be removed, implants are permanently anchored into the jaw itself.

Generally, Dr. Pham feels you are a good candidate for implants if you have jawbone ridges that are in good shape and healthy oral tissues. When the implant device is inserted into the jaw, a chemical and mechanical bond is formed. The jawbone actually grows into the implant.

With implants, you get a perfect fit, and they will look and feel as good as (or better than!) your original teeth.

The above photo illustrates the technique we often use at Reston Sunrise Dentistry.

Choose dental implants to replace a missing tooth

If you are missing one or more teeth, you'll want replacements that are as natural as possible. If dentures don't work for you, Dr. Pham may consider dental implants. Unlike dentures, which can be removed, implants are permanently anchored into the jaw itself.

Generally, Dr. Pham feels you are a good candidate for implants if you have jawbone ridges that are in good shape and healthy oral tissues. When the implant device is inserted into the jaw, a chemical and mechanical bond is formed. The jawbone actually grows into the implant.

With implants, you get a perfect fit, and they will look and feel as good as (or better than!) your original teeth.

The above photo illustrates the technique we often use at Reston Sunrise Dentistry.

Dental implant FAQs

"Dr. Pham, if you have lost a tooth, is it best to replace it with a dental implant?"

Before you decide a course of action, we should consider answering these simple questions:

= What is a dental implant?

= What is the dental implant process like?

= How many dental implants should be placed?

= Who should you see about getting dental implants?

= Are there different types of dental implants?

When you are more knowledgeable about your implant treatment, you will be able to have more input to give us and better your chances of a successful treatment outcome with Reston Sunrise Dentistry.

Dental implants - What are they?

A dental implant is a titanium metal replacement for a root of a tooth that is surgically implanted in the jawbone.

As the body heals for approximately two to six months after the surgery, the bone around the implant fuses to the implant through a process called osseointegration.

After the healing phase is complete, the implants are used to anchor crowns, bridges, or dentures.

Dental implants are the most natural replacement for a missing tooth. For more information call us at (866) 798-0832.

The dental implant process

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we begin with a thorough evaluation of the patient's medical and dental history, and a full clinical examination of the entire mouth and missing tooth area. The clinical exam should also include specific X-rays.

After assessing the patient, a comprehensive treatment plan can be devised. From that point, implants are surgically placed in the jawbone under local anesthesia.

The length of the healing time is based on the quality and quantity of bone, as well as the type of implant placed. After adequate healing is allowed to occur, the implant can be used to support a crown, bridge, or denture.

For more answers about dental implants call us at (866) 798-0832.

Number of dental implants recommended

This is a question that should be determined during the treatment plan. A good rule-of-thumb is to place one implant for each tooth replaced.

Other decisive factors for the number of implants needed for success is the quality and quantity of the patient's bone. Equally as important are the existing anatomy of the bone and the financial resources of the patient. (At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we try not to let money get in the way of good dentistry.)

Placing enough implants to restore teeth is vitally important to the long-term success of the restoration. Simply stated, the most costly mistake is to have an implant fail because not enough implants are placed to support the teeth. If the number of implants is limited due to financial constraints of the patient, then the implant treatment should be avoided or the type of restoration must be altered.

For more answers about dental implants call us at (866) 798-0832.

Finding a dental implant dentist

When getting dental implants, you should select a dentist or dental team with in-depth knowledge and prior experience with all aspects of the treatment. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we have this expertise.

It is also important to know that implant treatment consists of two components: a surgical phase and a restorative phase.

Traditionally, a dental surgeon, like an oral surgeon or a periodontist, performs the surgical component. A general dentist, or prosthodontist and laboratory technician performs the restorative component. However, as implant dentistry has become more sophisticated, sometimes a dentist who specializes in restorative dentistry conducts the entire procedure.

Call us at (866) 798-0832 for more information about dental implants and if they are right for you.

Types of dental implants

Yes, several types are available. The American Dental Association considers both the endosteal and the subperiosteal implants to be acceptable. An important factor for selection is to determine whether your jawbone can adequately support the implant. Most dental implants placed today are endosteal root form fixtures (similar to a man-made tooth root).

Call us at (866) 798-0832 for more information about dental implants and if they are right for you.

Replacement of missing teeth with dental implants

"Well, you know Doc, it's just a back tooth. No one will see it so I'll just get rid of it. It's not going to make a difference." Unfortunately we hear this type of comment at Reston Sunrise Dentistry more often than you would think.

The plain truth is that it will make a difference. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we know the loss of just a single tooth can set a course that can destroy an entire mouth. "Well, if that's true, tell me more. I sure don't want to lose the front ones that I smile with."

Dr. Pham often answers with an explanation that teeth will drift and tip into a space that is created by missing teeth. Just like two gears of a car that are not properly aligned, pretty soon you've got a whole lot of problems.

"Well, I don't like that. What can I do?" If it sounds like I've heard this conversation a few times, you're right. If I'm going to keep a patient happy, I need to provide options at this point.

One of the options we often discuss at Reston Sunrise Dentistry would be a dental implant. This is the replacement of a tooth with a false root that is surgically placed. Dr. Pham then carefully constructs a dental crown to replace the missing tooth, to prevent teeth from shifting and thereby causing further tooth loss.

If you have any questions about missing teeth and possible implant treatment, please call our office at (866) 798-0832.

Technology facts concerning dental implants

"Dr. Pham, how long has dental implant technology been available and what is the success rate?"

The technology has been around for decades. In fact, some patients have had dental implants for more than 40 years.

Hundreds of thousands of dental implants have been inserted with more than a 90% success rate. All other metal implants in the body (including hips and knees) are the result of the dental implant technology.

Call us at (866) 798-0832 for more information about dental implants and if they are right for you.

Single missing tooth solution

In the case of a single missing tooth, a dental implant can be placed in the jawbone area of the missing tooth. The implant will serve as a replacement for a tooth root and an individual crown. The total apparatus is referred to as a single-tooth implant crown.

Once in place, the implant crown will look, feel, and function like a natural tooth. They are cleaned and flossed just like natural teeth, and best of all, they do not require any special tools to clean around them like bridges. Although dental implants will not decay, they require impeccable oral hygiene.

Call us at (866) 798-0832 for more information about dental implants and if they are right for you.

Silver fillings can be replaced with white tooth fillings

Many people in the Reston area have had silver fillings placed into their teeth because they had "cavities". These silver fillings are called amalgams. Amalgam fills the space where the decay in the tooth has been removed.

However, over time, the amalgam corrodes and leaks which blackens the silver, and many times the tooth. This is easily seen as soon as a patient opens his or her mouth and is usually a source of embarrassment for the patient.

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we can provide you with composite fillings that are made of a porcelain-like material that actually bonds to the tooth for a tight seal. They are strong and stain-resistant, and they are color-matched to the natural tooth, making them "invisible".

Composite fillings also lack the sensitivity that is often associated with silver amalgam fillings. They are especially suited for smaller cavities and for Reston area patients who may be allergic to metal fillings.

Please don't hesitate to call us at Reston Sunrise Dentistry with any questions you may have about the benefits of replacing silver amalgam fillings with invisible composite fillings.

Fix cracked, worn discolored or broken teeth with cosmetic dentistry

For over 100 years, dentists have been using silver-mercury amalgam fillings to restore decayed or broken teeth. The only other alternative was gold and that was too expensive for most folks.

Now there is a new and economical way to restore teeth in the Reston area using tooth-colored resin fillings. The resin is made up of glass particles in a plastic matrix. Dr. Pham bonds the putty-like material to the tooth with a high-intensity light. This hardens the material and allows it to be shaped and polished for immediate use.

Once completed, the tooth has a natural appearance and is actually stronger than before due to the strength of the adhesive agent used to bond the resin to the tooth. Resin restorations not only look better, but they are stronger and last longer than the old silver-amalgam fillings. Resin restorations can range from $150 to $350 per tooth.

Please call our office at Reston Sunrise Dentistry with any questions you may have about the benefits of resin restorations.

Dental restorations that are tooth-colored

For over 100 years, dentistry has restored teeth primarily with a material made of mercury and silver. It has done its job well, although we have had to live with its weaknesses. Those weaknesses consist of cracking teeth due to expansion of the material, and restorations turning black as the silver in the material corrodes.

Now we have many ways to provide tooth-colored restorations at Reston Sunrise Dentistry. We can use adhesives to bond tooth parts that look and act like teeth. We can provide a bright, healthy and strong smile with these exciting new techniques in adhesion dentistry.

Please don't hesitate to call us at (866) 798-0832 if you believe you would benefit from these advancements. Together, with Dr. Pham, we can help bring a smile back to your face.

Discolored, dark or stained teeth fixed with tooth whitening

Tooth bleaching involves the placement of a bleaching solution on the teeth to eliminate stains and discoloration. The solution is held in place by a custom-made, see-through tray that fits over the teeth - much like a mouthpiece worn by a professional boxer.

Bleaching is a safe, effective and relatively easy means of producing a whiter smile.

Two bleaching methods are available at Reston Sunrise Dentistry: Power Bleaching with a Laser, done at our office, and At-Home-Bleaching, which provides for home use (not to be confused with over-the-counter bleaching products available in local Reston area drug stores).

The difference between the two is the strength of the whitening agent and the time it takes to get effective results. Power bleaching usually takes three to six visits, while home bleaching may take up to four weeks of regular use.

Sensitive teeth, or those that are chipped, eroded or weakened by cavities, should be repaired or protected before they are bleached.

Please don't hesitate to call Reston Sunrise Dentistry at (866) 798-0832 with any questions you may have about the benefits of tooth whitening or tooth bleaching for a whiter smile.

Broken teeth are comfortably repaired through cosmetic dental bonding

Bonding by Dr. Pham is typically painless and can yield dramatic results in a single office visit. Essentially, bonding hides any natural flaws through the placement of a thin plastic coating on the front surface of the teeth.

After treating the tooth surface, Dr. Pham applies a puttylike bonding material that is then sculpted, shaped and colored to suit your needs. A high-intensity light causes the plastic to harden after which the new surface is smoothed and polished.

Bonding can lighten stains, close gaps and even alter crooked or malformed teeth. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we can even utilize it to change the shape or color of a single tooth or if necessary to remake your entire smile.

Please call our office at (866) 798-0832 for a cosmetic consultation.

Low self-esteem, the result of poor self-image

The appearance of the teeth has a dramatic effect on both the person's attractiveness to others and on their own self-image and self-esteem. Studies have shown that a person's appearance will have a strong effect on their social and career success, by influencing how others perceive them.

While the appearance of the teeth is one of the most important contributors to facial beauty, it is also probably the most often neglected when improvements to appearance are sought. A person with low self-esteem connected to their facial appearance, can often be greatly helped by sedation dental procedures.

Dental makeovers at Reston Sunrise Dentistry have become more common, less invasive, and more effective in correcting deformities and cosmetic dental problems. The effect of these procedures can be nothing short of dramatic both in terms of appearance and also in terms of correcting, at least partially, personality deficiencies caused by poor self-image. Ugly teeth are no longer a matter of fate; they are now becoming a matter of choice.

Please call our office at Reston Sunrise Dentistry with any questions you may have about the benefits of a dental make-over with Dr. Pham.

Porcelain veneers and your smile

When teeth require significant changes in their shape or contour, veneers may be the answer. By placing veneers, small or misshapen teeth can be built up to regain a more natural appearance, spaces between teeth can be closed by making the teeth wider and teeth that are too short can be lengthened.

The veneer is actually a thin piece of porcelain similar in size to a fingernail. Once it is "bonded" onto the tooth it becomes extremely strong. Dr. Pham also blends the veneer in with the remaining tooth structure so that it is unnoticeable to the naked-eye. Once in place, it looks, feels, and functions just like a regular tooth.

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we can use porcelain veneers to change the shape and color of a single tooth or, if necessary, revamp an entire smile. Porcelain veneers can also be used to correct teeth that have been worn from clenching and grinding.

Please call us at (866) 798-0832 for consultation. You may ask Dr. Pham or any of our professional team questions you have about the benefits of porcelain veneers.

Dental crowns - Cosmetic dentistry

Teeth are often restored with fillings of silver or composite plastics. These materials can often accomplish the aim of replacing the part of the tooth that has been lost in a strong and good-looking manner.

However, there comes a point where the damage to the tooth has removed too much structure to hold a filling. The restoration must be done by a technique that will attach to the remaining tooth, stand up under heavier use and meet more elaborate cosmetic requirements.

The crown is the dental restoration that can strengthen and restore the entire top of a tooth. The crown can also be part of the attachment of a fixed bridge for the replacement of teeth. The tooth is strengthened because it is covered from the outside with a casting of metal or ceramic that will wrap up and splint the tooth.

The chewing of the tooth can be improved because it can be reshaped to match more efficiently with the opposing teeth. A crown made by Dr. Pham can improve cosmetics by the use of modern ceramic processes that produce translucency and color that is more natural than has ever been possible.

Please call our office at (866) 798-0832 for a cosmetic consultation.

Silver-mercury filling replacement

For over 100 years, dentists have been using silver-mercury amalgam fillings to restore decayed or broken teeth. The only other alternative was gold and that was too expensive for most folks.

Now, at Reston Sunrise Dentistry, there is a new and economical way to restore teeth using tooth-colored resin fillings. The resin is made up of glass particles in a plastic matrix. Dr. Pham bonds the putty-like material to the tooth with a high-intensity light. This hardens the material and allows it to be shaped and polished for immediate use.

Once completed by Dr. Pham, your tooth has a natural appearance and is actually stronger than before due to the strength of the adhesive agent used to bond the resin to the tooth. Resin restorations not only look better, but they are stronger and last longer than the old silver-amalgam fillings. Resin restorations can range from $150 to $350 per tooth.

Please call us at Reston Sunrise Dentistry with any questions you may have about the benefits of resin restorations.

Treatment of halitosis (bad breath)

Dr. Pham feels that while bad breath might be a symptom of some other disorder, it most likely stems from dental decay and periodontitis.

Periodontitis is a disease affecting gums and bone that support the teeth, and it results from inadequate tooth brushing and flossing. In this disease, the irritated gums pull away from the teeth and form pockets between the teeth and the gums. These pockets fill with bacteria and pus which give off a foul odor.

Patients with bad breath need a complete dental evaluation by Dr. Pham. If gum disease and/or dental decay is diagnosed, it can be treated readily. The patient will no longer have an infection in his or her mouth, and he or she will no longer have the embarrassment of bad breath.

Please call our office at (866) 798-0832 if you have questions regarding halitosis.

Dental crowns - Cosmetic dentistry

Teeth are often restored with fillings of silver or composite plastics. These materials can often accomplish the aim of replacing the part of the tooth that has been lost in a strong and good-looking manner.

However, there comes a point where the damage to the tooth has removed too much structure to hold a filling. The restoration must be done by a technique that will attach to the remaining tooth, stand up under heavier use and meet more elaborate cosmetic requirements.

The crown is the dental restoration that can strengthen and restore the entire top of a tooth. The crown can also be part of the attachment of a fixed bridge for the replacement of teeth. The tooth is strengthened because it is covered from the outside with a casting of metal or ceramic that will wrap up and splint the tooth.

The chewing of the tooth can be improved because it can be reshaped to match more efficiently with the opposing teeth. A crown made by Dr. Pham can improve cosmetics by the use of modern ceramic processes that produce translucency and color that is more natural than has ever been possible.

Please call our office at (866) 798-0832 for a cosmetic consultation.

The functions of dental crowns

The crown serves two important functions. First, it restores the appearance of your teeth and your face. If your tooth is severely decayed or cracked, the dentist will need to restore it prior to preparing a cap. Teeth also support the muscles in our faces, so anything less than a full tooth may affect the way you look.

Second, a crown will be the same size and shape as the natural tooth. As a result, it will keep your jaw and bite aligned; it will also make sure that other teeth don't shift locations or take on a greater share of the work of biting and chewing.

For more information on dental crowns, call Dr. Pham at (866) 798-0832.

Make-up of dental crowns

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry our dental crowns are most often made of gold or porcelain. Crowns also can be made of stainless steel, but those crowns are often temporary and not designed for long-term wear.

Porcelain crowns usually are built on a metal base, which fits snugly over the natural tooth. We will choose a porcelain that matches the color of your natural teeth.

Porcelain crowns usually are so carefully matched in color, they cannot be distinguished from your natural teeth. Many people choose porcelain crowns for their cosmetic appearance and the confidence it gives them.

New materials are now available that allow the use of "all-ceramic" crowns in some cases. They have a beautiful life-like appearance and short-term studies support their success, with long-term trials ongoing.

Crowns also can be made of all gold. Some people prefer not to use gold because it stands out from the other teeth in appearance. At the same time, if the crown is on a back molar, some people feel the cosmetic issue is not a big one. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we will discuss the types of materials available if we recommend a crown.

Call us at (866) 798-0832 for a complete evaluation of your cosmetic needs.

Dental hygiene with dental crowns

An Ounce of Prevention Is Still the Rule!

Once your crown is in place, make sure the area is brushed well and that you floss below the gum line. While the crown protects your remaining tooth from further decay, you must protect the base of the crown from bacterial growth and gum disease.

Regular brushing and flossing as you would your natural teeth will ensure that your crown will be in place for years to come!

Dental crowns that reflect light with a natural healthy glow are now available at Reston Sunrise Dentistry.

Tooth loss accident

If the tooth is loose, even extremely so, but is still attached in any way, leave it in place; do not remove it.

If it is out of its socket completely and unattached, but still in the victim's mouth, it is best to have the person hold it there, if possible, until Dr. Pham can attempt re-implantation.

If it is out of the mouth, do not let it dry out. Handle it as little as possible. Do not attempt to disinfect the tooth, or scrub it, or remove any tissue attached to it. Call our office at (866) 798-0832 immediately.

If it is recovered from the ground or other soiled area, rinse it off in lukewarm water. Preserve it in milk until Dr. Pham can examine it. If milk is not available, lukewarm water will suffice.

Time out of the socket is critical in the long-term success of re-implantation. After 30 minutes, the success potential begins to decline. However, re-implantation by Dr. Pham is still possible after several hours, so the attempt can still be made even if the tooth has been out for a long period.

Call us at (866) 798-0832 so Dr. Pham can be prepared to help you as soon as possible.

The right denture for you

"Dr. Pham, what are dentures?"

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices designed to replace missing teeth.

"What are partial dentures, Dr. Pham?"

Partial dentures are dentures that replace only a few missing teeth.

"What are complete dentures?"

Complete dentures are dentures that replace a complete set of missing teeth.

"Dr. Pham, what is the difference between conventional dentures and immediate dentures?"

Conventional dentures are dentures that are made and placed after the remaining teeth are removed and the tissues have healed. Immediate dentures are dentures that are placed immediately after the removal of the remaining teeth.

"What is an over-denture?"

An over-denture is a denture that fits over a small number of remaining natural teeth or implants.

For more information about how we at Reston Sunrise Dentistry can help you with denture problems, call us at (866) 798-0832, we will be happy to talk with you.

Partial denture FAQs

"Dr. Pham, what are partial dentures?"

Partial dentures are dentures that replace only a few missing teeth.

"How do you wear a removable partial denture, Dr. Pham?"

Removable partial dentures are attached to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments.

"How long will it take to get used to wearing a partial denture?"

Your partial denture may feel awkward or bulky for the first few weeks, but your mouth will eventually get used to it.

"Dr. Pham, how long should you wear a partial denture?"

Initially, you may want to wear your partial denture all the time. Your dentist will give you specific instructions on how long it should be worn and when it should be removed. Generally, your mouth tissues need to rest so it is advisable that you take out your partial denture at least 15 minutes per day.

"Will the partial denture change the way you speak?"

Your partial denture may help your speech. It can be difficult to speak clearly when you are missing teeth. However, it also will take time to get used to it.

For more information about how we at Reston Sunrise Dentistry can help you with denture questions, call us at (866) 798-0832, we will be happy to talk with you.

Questions and answers about dentures

"Dr. Pham, what do dentures feel like?"

For a few weeks, new dentures will feel awkward until you become accustomed to them. They might feel loose until the cheek and tongue muscles learn to hold them in position. It is not unusual to feel minor irritation or soreness. The patient needs to see his or her dentist for regular fit adjustments to relieve any sore areas.

"Do dentures need to be replaced?"

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we find that dentures will need to be relined, remade, or rebased due to normal wear over a period of time and normal shrinkage of your gums and bones.

"Are you able to eat with dentures, Dr. Pham?"

Eating with dentures will take a little practice. You should start with soft foods that are cut into small pieces. As you become used to chewing, you can return to your normal diet.

"Dr. Pham, are there foods you should avoid if you wear dentures?"

There are only a few eating restrictions for denture wearers. Avoid biting down directly on crunchy or hard foods, like whole apples, hard pretzels, crusty bread, or large sandwiches. They can break because of the angle where the denture comes into contact with the hard surface.

Biting is limited only by the stability of the dentures themselves. Insufficient bone structure (shrunken bone ridges covered by gum tissue), old or worn dentures, and a dry mouth decrease stability. Call us at Reston Sunrise Dentistry to evaluate your personal situation.

"If you wear dentures, are dental adhesives necessary?"

Today's dentures have been significantly improved through advances in both dental and materials technologies. As a result, dentures that fit properly usually do not require adhesives to secure the dentures. When you are just getting used to dentures, adhesives may be advised, but otherwise should not be necessary.

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we feel a loose denture is a sign that it doesn't fit your mouth correctly. When first getting used to dentures, you may notice them slipping when you laugh, smile, or cough, which is caused by air getting under the base and moving it. The more you wear dentures, the better you will be able to control their movements in these situations.

If your mouth has insufficient bone structure, dentures will be more difficult to retain. Dental implants may be advisable. These are placed in the bone and retain the denture with small, precision attachments.

For more information about how we at Reston Sunrise Dentistry can help you with dentures, call us at (866) 798-0832, we will be happy to talk with you.

Denture care and good oral hygiene

"Dr. Pham, how do you clean your dentures?"

When cleaning your dentures, you should first rinse away loose food particles thoroughly. Then moisten your toothbrush and apply denture cleanser. Brush every surface, scrubbing gently to avoid damage.

"How many times a day does the denture need to be cleaned?"

The denture needs to be cleaned two to three times daily.

What is good oral hygiene when you have full dentures, Dr. Pham?"

In addition to taking care of your dentures, taking care of your mouth also is vital if you wear full dentures. This includes brushing your gums, tongue, and palate every morning with a soft-bristled brush before inserting your dentures. This stimulates your tissues and helps remove plaque.

For more information about how we at Reston Sunrise Dentistry can help you with dentures, call us at (866) 798-0832, we will be happy to talk with you.

Repairing broken dentures

"What should you do if your dentures crack or break?"

Call your dentist immediately. Normally, dentures can be repaired quickly, often on the same day at Reston Sunrise Dentistry. Damaged dentures can cause additional oral health problems, so see your dentist right away. Never attempt to repair dentures yourself. They require professional repair and adjustment.

"Dr. Pham, why can't you fix dentures that break with glue?"

Glues often contain harmful chemicals and are not effective in the proper repair of dentures.

For more information about how we at Reston Sunrise Dentistry can help you with denture problems, call us at (866) 798-0832, we will be happy to talk with you.

Xerostomia - Dry mouth

Dry mouth problem is common in the Reston area. The lack of adequate saliva is more than bothersome for three out of every ten Americans.

When the natural flow of saliva is reduced, you can experience trouble swallowing, pain throughout oral tissues and, nearly always, a short-cut to dental caries and gum disease. The tongue sticks, food doesn't have much taste, and digestion suffers. (For more details call us at (866) 798-0832.)

Dr. Pham knows that Xerostomia, or dry mouth syndrome, can come with aging, or often as a side effect of many medications. Half of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy experience an extreme form of xerostomia, with critical effects on their dental health. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we can help provide relief in the form of prescriptions for dry mouth toothpaste, special saliva-producing chewing gum, or saliva substitute solutions.

For more information regarding Xerostomia and methods of treatment, please call our office at (866) 798-0832.

Treatment for dental crisis

Many people don't see a dentist on a regular basis. They go only when they feel they have a problem. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we call this "crisis treatment" as opposed to "preventive treatment".

While these patients may feel they are saving money, it usually ends up costing much more in both dollars and time. The reason for this is that most dental problems don't have any symptoms until they reach the advanced stages.

An example is tooth decay. At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we hear all the time, "Nothing hurts... I don't have any problems". But tooth decay doesn't hurt! Until, that is, it gets close to the nerve of the tooth.

Then a root canal and crown are usually necessary, instead of the small filling, which could have been placed several years ago when the cavity was small. Dr. Pham can usually detect a cavity 3-4 years before it may develop any symptoms. It is not uncommon to see a patient with a tremendous cavity and they have never felt a thing!

The effect of diet on dental health

Diets low in certain nutrients reduce resistance to oral and dental infections, that is, periodontal disease (gum disease) and decay. Dr. Pham feels a healthy immune system is essential to controlling periodontal disease.

Counseling in the Four Basic Food groups will improve dental health and general health. The consumption of sugar, especially in sticky forms or in a baby bottle while sleeping, contributes to the rapid development of dental decay.

The trace nutrient fluoride, may not be adequately supplied by bottle or municipal water supplies throughout the Reston area. Supplementation with oral tablets and topical application will reduce the incidence of dental decay by more than 60%.

Together, a balanced diet, daily use of fluoride, effective brushing, and sensible eating habits can reduce the risk of, or even prevent, infectious dental disease.

Please don't hesitate to call Reston Sunrise Dentistry at (866) 798-0832 if you need more information on diet or fluoride supplementation and its relationship to dental care.

Prevention of tooth decay

Fluoride, in proper dosage, has been shown to significantly reduce dental decay. When fluoridated water has less than the ideal amount or is not available, fluoride supplements are recommended. (A call to your local water district is all that is necessary to determine whether your water has fluoride or not.)

When supplements are needed, the administration of fluoride supplements should begin shortly after birth and continue through the time of eruption of the second permanent molars (approx. 12 years of age).

Regular dental check-ups at Reston Sunrise Dentistry should begin no later than 18 months of age.

If you have any questions or need more information, don't hesitate to contact our office at (866) 798-0832.

Dental decay and cavity prevention

Fluoride has been a great benefit to patients of all ages in helping prevent dental decay. Regular brushing and flossing lowers the chance of developing "cavities."

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry we know that the most decay-prone areas of teeth are the grooves and depressions on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth, which require further preventive care.

To prevent decay, a plastic-like coating called a sealant should be painted on the chewing surfaces of all the back teeth. Studies have shown that sealants can reduce tooth decay by as much as 90% to 100% in the Reston area and nation wide.

The American Dental Association recommends, and Dr. Pham agrees, that sealants be placed as soon as the first adult back teeth come in at age 6 or 7. Sealants should continue to be used as each adult back tooth comes into the mouth. All back teeth that need to be sealed are present by age 13. Sealant application is simple, fast, and painless.

Please call Reston Sunrise Dentistry with any questions you may have about the benefits using a sealant in preventing dental decay.

Plaque - A visible dental problem

One of the easiest problems to spot is a build-up of plaque. Plaque is the soft, sticky layer of bacteria, which is constantly forming on the teeth.

Usually it is invisible to the naked eye, but when a person is not brushing adequately, it can build up to where it appears to be a thick whitish coating on the teeth at the gum line. If not removed, it can lead to gum disease.

Another potential problem, which is easy to spot, is missing teeth. Many patients Dr. Pham sees assume that if they are still able to eat, they are O.K.

But very often, losing just one tooth can lead to the loss of support, and teeth begin to drift into the empty space, causing a change in the bite. It also forces the remaining teeth to carry an additional load, sometimes past their ability to adapt. In most cases, when even one tooth is lost, the remaining teeth suffer and are more likely to be lost as well.

At Reston Sunrise Dentistry our focus is in the treatment of problems such as these. Call our office at (866) 798-0832 for the care you need.

My child's first dentist appointment

"Dr. Pham, when should my child first see a dentist?"

"First visit by first birthday" sums it up. Your child should visit a dentist when the first tooth comes in, usually between six and twelve months of age. An early examination at Reston Sunrise Dentistry and preventive care will protect your child's smile now and in the future.

For more answers about your baby's dental care call us at (866) 798-0832.

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Reston Sunrise Dentistry
12359 Sunrise Valley Drive, Ste 330
Reston, VA 20191
General Info: (703) 860-4148