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“I have been going to this practice for over 20 years and I highly recommend it. The staff are friendly and personable and they never keep me waiting. I have been to several other dentists over the years for help with various complicated issues, but I keep coming back to Old Town Dental. They have served me well with everything from basic cleaning to complicated TMJ issues.”
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Back to School Check-Up!
Millions of children soon will head off to a new school year. Routine physical examinations, including hearing and vision tests, help ensure that students are in good health before school begins. When scheduling health care appointments, don’t overlook a dental checkup for your child. A dental examination is as important as booster shots and should be a regular part of back-to-school preparations. Thanks to fluoride, dental sealants and better dental habits, fifty percent of school-age children now have no cavities. Alexandria Old Town Dental provides quality, effective dental sealants for your children’s teeth that will protect them from the normal causes of cavities. Call us today at 703-549-1331 and schedule your child’s exam. https://alexoldtowndental.com/preventivegeneral-dentistry/
September Is National Potato Month!
Here are some potato facts with which you can amaze your friends!
- The potato is the most important non-cereal crop in the world, and fourth most important crop overall. Only corn, wheat, and rice are more important. In the US, potato products are the second most consumed food overall, trailing only dairy products.
- Potato blossoms used to be the hottest royal fashion accessory. Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were both known to wear potato blossoms to spiff up their outfits.
- Thomas Jefferson allegedly served the “French fry” in the US for the first time at a presidential dinner.
- The worlds largest potato weighed in at 18 pounds, 4 ounces according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Thats enough for 73 portions of medium fries at McDonalds!
Reasons to See Your Dentist
It’s all relative. Does anyone in your family have chronic gum disease? Talk to them and then talk to us. Remember, regular dental visits are vital. Click here to make your appointment today: https://alexoldtowndental.com/contact-us/
Meet Your Dentist: Eddie S. Longman, DDS.
By combining his extensive experience, lifelong interest in science and technology, and a strong desire to see that his patients get the care they deserve, Dr. Longman has been able to revitalize the health, smiles and overall well being of his patients. In an effort to offer the best care possible he has completed many advanced continuing education programs.
Being able to offer these high-tech dental solutions like drill-free dentistry and natural looking smile restorations, means his patients experience more comfort, have more confidence and enjoy healthier results. Review Dr. Longman’s expertise and background. Then call or email us to schedule your smile consultation (703) 549-1331.