Cavity Formation and Your Smile

Some people dread going to the dentist because they are afraid they will be told they have a cavity. But what is a cavity, exactly, and how does it form? If you are armed with this knowledge, you will be better able to avoid cavities in your own smile. A cavity is a hole in… Read more »

Habits that Harm

Did you know that your teeth can be damaged by habits you may have? Not only could they lead to a cracked tooth, but some could even harm your jaw. But you are not alone—at some point in our lives, we have likely all been guilty of doing at least one of these. These are… Read more »

Superior Smiles Include Aging and Dental Health Treatments

  Exercise caution with all aspects of your life in regard to your teeth and gums. Your smile is very sensitive, so you’ll need to practice a good amount of discretion to ensure your teeth can last as long as you do. Furthermore, your teeth will age over the years, so it is important to… Read more »

The Causes Behind Toothache Pain

Are you wondering what is causing your toothache pain? If so, you’re not alone. Many people wonder the same because they want to treat the problem and eliminate the discomfort as soon as possible. Once you identify the problem, you can take the necessary steps to treat it. Our dentist, Dr. Jun H Chung, is… Read more »

All You Need to Know About Dental Inlays and Onlays

Are you about to restore a tooth with a dental inlay or dental onlay? If so, you’re on the right track toward a healthy and functional tooth once again! Our dentist, Dr. Jun H Chung, is happy to provide these restorations because they are safe, effective, and reliable. They also provide natural-looking results! Our dental… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Protect Your Child’s Back Teeth From Cavities

Protecting your son or daughter’s permanent teeth from cavities is very important for helping them maintain a healthy mouth into adulthood. Unfortunately, sometimes permanent molars and premolars develop deep pits and fissures on the tooth enamel of the biting surface. Sometimes your child’s best efforts at twice daily brushing prove insufficient for removing plaque, and… Read more »

Are Sores in or Around Your Mouth Putting a Damper on Your Smile?

Mouth sores are conditions that can affect your smile for a variety of reasons. Depending on their source, most resolve themselves within a week or two. But occasionally some can linger. This would indicate that something serious may be going on with your oral health. Many times, oral sores can arise because of infection. They… Read more »

Quality Oral Hygiene Products Help Maintain a Healthy Mouth

Brushing your teeth each morning and evening, as well as remembering to thoroughly floss at least once each day is essential for removing food particles and plaque from your mouth. If these bacterial deposits are not adequately cleared away each day they can contribute to your chances of suffering from cavities and periodontal disease. At… Read more »

Keeping Your Teeth Healthy When You are Sick

If you are lucky, you may get through the flu season without getting sick. But even if you avoid the flu, you may catch a cold or a virus which can land you in bed for a day or two. At that point, you will probably want to stay there with a good book or… Read more »

Why You Should Choose Composite Fillings for Your Smile

If you have tooth decay, Dr. Jun H Chung may recommend a dental filling in Leesburg, Virginia, to restore the health of your tooth. After removing the damaged section of tooth, our dentist will fill the area with the dental filling material. At Lansdowne Dental Arts, we utilize composite dental fillings, which blend in with… Read more »