We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
At Herrmann & Desio Family Dentistry, we know that brushing your teeth in the right way can help you to enjoy brighter smiles and fewer dental problems in the future. Our dentists are committed to providing our patients with practical solutions for dental care in the Falls Church area. We work with you and your family to ensure that you can afford the dental care…Continue reading
When you hear you need orthodontic work, do you imagine a teenager with a mouth full of metal? Whether you’re an adult or a teenager, you have options. Straight teeth and a good bite are important; don’t miss out because you’re worried about how you’ll look. Invisalign offers a nearly invisible alternative to braces that is also less disruptive to…Continue reading
Sleep apnea is a relatively common disorder that is estimated to affect the lives of 22 million people in America. This problem occurs when a person involuntarily stops his or her breathing while asleep. Ignoring this issue can lead to a number of serious health problems. To learn more about this common disorder and what can be done to treat…Continue reading
According to information published in an article by The New York Times in recent weeks, dentists across the United States are reporting increased damage to teeth caused by grinding or clenching. This is likely related to stress that has been caused by the pandemic and by other issues associated with this serious risk to the health and welfare of people…Continue reading
Oral Health Care Essentials Your oral health is important to your overall health. Because your oral health is so important to get right and to maintain, understanding what it takes to do so will make it much easier to maintain your oral health care goals. Your overall health will benefit from a healthy mouth. Usually, we recommend at-home dental care…Continue reading
Will I Have a Better Smile with Dental Implants? If you’re embarrassed about your smile because you have missing or damaged teeth, then dental implants can restore your beautiful smile. You’re not alone: the CDC reports that more than half of adults who are younger than 64 are missing at least one permanent tooth. Of those who are 65 or…Continue reading
Gingivitis is the initial stage of gum disease, which can potentially cause the loss of permanent teeth and other health issues for those affected by this condition. At our dental office, we will work with you and your family to determine the most effective ways to prevent gingivitis and stop its progress if it has already begun. This can help…Continue reading