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Patient-Focused Dentistry

Thank you for choosing Dr. Fairfax & Associates. We believe that dental health is key to overall health, and our primary mission is to deliver the best and most comprehensive dental care available.

The Whole Person

We take into account the whole person when caring for our patients. From routine check-ups and cleanings to emergency care, we are committed to giving you our undivided attention.

Your Comfort Is Our Priority

From the moment you walk into our office, you can expect to feel at home. We foster a relaxed, inviting atmosphere with professional, knowledgeable, and friendly staff. Sit back, relax, and trust that your smile is in exceedingly good hands.

A Caring and Thorough Team

We do not believe in ‘factory-style’ dental care where patients are shuttled in and out and only see the dentist or hygienist for a few minutes during an appointment. Each appointment with us is time reserved specifically for you.

Applying the Latest Technologies

Our team is highly trained in the latest dental approaches and technologies, which allows us to provide every patient with truly personalized attention.



What is gingivitis?

Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease. If you are suffering from gingivitis, you might notice that your gums appear red or swollen, and they might also feel irritated. If you have bad breath that doesn't go away with brushing, flossing, or a mouth rinse, this may also be a sign that you have gingivitis.

Gum disease is an infection of the gums and bones that support your teeth. Even though gingivitis is the beginning of this infection, when it is detected early, you may be able to stop the infection from progressing and even reverse it in some cases.

Having an excellent home care routine that includes brushing your teeth twice and flossing once a day using the proper techniques is the first step to controlling gingivitis. Visiting your Fairfax, VA dentist every six months for teeth cleanings and checkups is another way to protect yourself from the damage that gum disease can cause.

The earlier gum disease can be treated, the better your chances are to successfully control your condition. Dr. Faifax and her team are well-equipped to help you manage gum disease whether you are dealing with gingivitis, or advanced gum disease, which is known as periodontitis.

Contact your dentist in Fairfax today at (703) 273-1033 if it's time to schedule your next preventive teeth cleaning and checkup.

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