Emergencies can happen when you least expect them. We’re very aware of this fact, so we make room in our daily schedule for same-day emergency care. During closures for COVID-19, we remain available to take care of urgent dental needs.
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you again in our office as soon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to reopen.
Dental implants may seem like a significant undertaking, but the implant procedure is actually very routine! Read our blog for reassurance that you can expect a comfortable, pain-free procedure and an amazing result. Give our Leesburg office a call to schedule your procedure.
Dental implants and dentures are both excellent smile restoration options. Which one is best for you will depend on a number of factors. Our caring team can help you make the decision. Contact us today for a consultation.
Are you tired of the popping and cracking and pain in your jaw? Do you dread yawning? Is chewing painful? Give Leesburg Family Dental a call. TMJ disorder is treatable. Your comfort is important to us.
When your temporomandibular joint (the hinge joint that connects the jaw to the skull) becomes inflamed, it leads to a condition called TMJ or TMD. Read our blog to learn more and call today if you suffer from any of the symptoms. Our dentists can often help you find relief from this painful condition.
Ready for straighter teeth? Read our blog to learn about the many orthodontic options available at Leesburg Family Dental. We offer traditional braces but there are also other options that are faster, more comfortable and less noticeable. Call us today to schedule a consultation!
You might be surprised at the length kids will go to pretend they have brushed when they haven’t. We’ve got some tips to help you make teeth brushing fun for kids. We want to help you in your quest to help your kids develop good oral hygiene habits at a young age.
If you’re planning a trip for the holidays, read our blog post to help you prepare in case you experience a dental emergency while traveling.
Read our blog post to learn about a few red flags indicating you might need root canal therapy to preserve your natural tooth.