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    • 27 FEB 19
    Relief for a Burned Mouth

    Relief for a Burned Mouth

    Have ever burned your mouth or tongue by taking a nice big bite out of a hot slice of pizza, sipping a spoonful of boiling soup, fresh off the stove, or perhaps taken a gulp from a cup of scalding coffee or tea? If so, you know how painful that can be. Here’s what you

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    • 29 JAN 19
    Introduction to Veneers

    Introduction to Veneers

    Some of us have teeth that are not as white or as close to perfection as we would like them to be. Perhaps a tooth has been chipped or fractured. In some cases, teeth may have become discolored from age, smoking, or the beverages we drink. Veneers are a terrific, long-lasting solution for making your

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    • 28 JAN 19
    What to do About a Toothache

    What to do About a Toothache

    A toothache can strike without apparent notice, sometimes at the most inopportune times – at the beginning of the weekend or over the holidays. But no matter when that pain starts, having a toothache is no fun. Causes of a Toothache The most common reason for a toothache is decay, often a simple cavity, but

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    • 27 DEC 18
    Sugars Come in Many Guises

    Sugars Come in Many Guises

    Pie, ice cream, sodas, and cake are some of the foods that come to mind when we think about the sugar we get in our diet. But many foods we may not think of as sweet also contain sugars, often hidden behind unclear and complicated labeling. Unfortunately, no matter under what name they hide, these

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    • 27 NOV 18
    Nail Biting and Your Dental Health

    Nail Biting and Your Dental Health

    Between a quarter and a third of all children and nearly half of all teenagers bite their nails.  Whether from nervousness, anxiety, or simple habit, nail biting can have a negative effect on the person’s health. Nails that have been bitten down become ragged and uneven, sometimes damaging the nail bed.  The habit can also

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    • 23 OCT 18
    The Connection Between Gum Disease and Dementia

    The Connection Between Gum Disease and Dementia

    Dementia affects tens of millions of people worldwide with millions of new cases being reported each year. Although, there is currently no cure for dementia, experts have discovered some steps one can take to decrease the chance of developing this condition or limiting its effects. Some preventative measures include not smoking, getting exercise, stimulating the

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Our Services

  • General Dentistry

    General Dentistry

    At Tyson’s Dental Associates, we are a family oriented, multilingual cosmetic dentistry practice. We specialize in a wide variety of dental services for the whole family.

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

    Cosmetic Dentistry

    At Tyson’s Dental Associates in Vienna, Virginia, we use advanced cosmetic dentistry treatments to help our Tyson’s Corner, McLean and Fairfax-area patients transform their smiles.

  • Dental Implants

    Dental Implants

    At Tyson’s Dental, we offer an array of implant dentistry options Our office takes pride in customizing a dental treatment that is right for you.

  • Sedation Dentistry

    Sedation Dentistry

    Afraid to go to the dentist? Relax! At Tyson’s Dental Associates we utilize sedation dentistry to put patients into a relaxed state. It is also ideal for patients who suffer from dental phobia or have difficulty controlling their movements.

  • Deep Cleaning

    Deep Cleaning

    Your teeth aren’t the only ones that need attention. Everyone should also put some effort into making sure that his or her gums are clean and healthy.

  • Teeth Whitening

    Teeth Whitening

    At Tyson’s Dental, our cosmetic dentist offers a powerful teeth whitening system. Serving residents from Vienna, Fairfax, and all of Virginia, Dr. Alex Osinovsky and his staff can give you a dazzling new smile in a single visit.

  • Dental Crowns

    Dental Crowns

    When the structure of a tooth needs to be strengthened or restored, dental crowns, or “tooth caps” can be used. Dental bridges, similar to dental implants, are used to replace a missing tooth or teeth.

  • Invisalign

    Invisalign

    f you want to straighten your teeth but don’t like the appearance of bulky metal braces, Invisalign® may be an option for you. Available at our office in Vienna, near McLean, Invisalign® uses a series of custom fitted clear retainers to straighten crooked teeth.

  • Full Mouth Reconstruction

    Full Mouth Reconstruction

    Full mouth restoration or reconstruction is done for many reasons, such as the following: loss of teeth, trauma, fractured teeth, tooth grinding (in this case, for TMJ treatment), acid erosion, and uneven bite alignment.

  • Veneers & White Fillings

    Veneers & White Fillings

    Veneers are a permanent way to change your teeth. They are a conservative way to change your tooth’s color, size or shape. Veneers can be used to transform teeth that are stained, to cover discolored fillings, to close gaps, to restore chipped and worn teeth and to straighten your teeth.

  • Gum Graft

    Gum Graft

    Have you ever noticed how some adults have teeth that are more exposed on the gum line? This condition is known as gum recession and it is a highly common gum problem that affects up to 12% of adults today.

  • Root Canal

    Root Canal

    If your tooth is infected or there’s severe damage to the pulp, a root canal will be recommended. An untreated cavity is the most common cause for this infection.

  • Bone Graft

    Bone Graft

    In some cases, a patient requires a bone graft in order to restore enough mass so that dental implants can be used. The loss of bone mass can be because of infections, abscesses, disease, or external trauma.

  • Sinus Lift

    Sinus Lift

    In order to increase the chances of having a successful dental implant, a jawbone with the right amount of quantity and quality is needed.

  • Dental Bonding

    Dental Bonding

    Dental bonding is one of the most common dental procedures today. It involves placing a tooth-colored composite resin that is kept in place using a bonding agent and a high-intensity curing light.

  • Dentures

    Dentures

    Dentures replace missing teeth on both the upper and lower jaws. They are ideal for persons who have multiple missing teeth that need to be replaced.