On September 4th, Dr. Rios and several team members were invited to Falcon’s Landing, a military retirement community, to speak with the residents. Dr. Rios’ presentation on Modern Dentistry was very informational and helped educate those who were interested in improving their smile.
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On Saturday, October 11th, Rios Dentistry in Ashburn will be participating in their 3rd annual Smiles Across Loudoun event. This is a free day of dentistry for those who need dental care in or surrounding our Ashburn community. Dr. Rick Rios and Ashburn’s elite team of dentists will provide free cleanings, fillings and extractions.
Please invite anyone you know who may benefit from a free smile! For more information, call (703) 450-8803 or (703) 858-4222.
Check back soon for an update and photos about this event!
Communication is an important component to any relationship. Open communication is a major factor in how you measure the quality of care you received. We strive to effectively communicate with you before, during, and after your dental treatments. By maintaining open communication and gently presenting information about a procedure or condition, we will address your concerns and answer any questions you may have.
Our open communication policy allows our compassionate dental team to provide quality dentistry while providing relaxing and stress-free care to every patient.
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Asthma is easily triggered during the fall months. Did you know that asthma also contributes to your oral health? Asthma treatments such as corticosteroids inhalers can cause conditions such as dry mouth and oral thrush. These conditions may cause additional problems such as increased plaque, cavities, gingivitis, TMJ disorder, and poor smelling breath. Please contact our dental office in Ashburn VA if you’d like to schedule an exam to address any of the oral health conditions related to asthma treatments.
Asthma suffers are often forced to breathe through their mouths, which causes dry mouth. Furthermore, dry mouth is also a side effect from asthma inhalers. When dry mouth is present, less saliva is produced. Saliva is extremely important for keeping your mouth clean. Dry mouth increases your risk of developing tooth decay, cavities, and gum disease. If you notice a drier than usual mouth, please let your dentist in Ashburn know. Doing so will help prevent additional oral problems in the future.
Oral thrush occurs when the inhaler causes an increased growth of yeast (thrush) in the mouth and throat. Thrush produces white patches on the tongue and throughout your mouth. Rinsing your mouth with water or fluoride mouthwash after using your inhaler will help reduce the growth of oral thrush. The use of inhalers can also irritate your mouth and develop lesions, which can be treated by our Ashburn dentist.
If you are an asthma sufferer, we highly recommend paying close attention to your oral hygiene habits, as you may be more prone to inflammation and disease. Although asthma sufferers may be more vulnerable to oral conditions, routine dental care at home and high quality dental care from the Ashburn dentist can greatly reduce these risks.
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