What’s Causing Your Bad Breath

July 25, 2017 Published by

Halitosis, also known as bad breath is a common dental concern among patients. Dr. Quynh-Chi Nguyen is a family and cosmetic dentist in Northern Virginia, dedication to providing exceptional dental care. At Paradise Smile of Chantilly, we take the needs of our patients seriously and work with them to give them…

Halloween Candy And Oral Health

October 28, 2016 Published by

The scariest part of Halloween is the damage all that candy does to your teeth! Spooky plaque feeds off sugar, allowing it to rapidly spread and take over your mouth. Plaque buildup can cause gum disease, bad breath, sensitive teeth, and even tooth decay. Remember, plaque build up is like…

Cosmetic Bonding Vs. Porcelain Veneers

August 26, 2016 Published by

Cosmetic dentistry is not just recommended for making over a smile, but can also serve an important role in helping to maintain a healthy smile. As we age, tooth structure is weakened and can cause our teeth to become chipped and damaged. This will eventually reduce the tooth enamel, leaving…

Oral Health And Halitosis

July 28, 2016 Published by

Do you suffer with persistent bad breath? Is your bad breath affecting personal and professional interaction? Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be the result of many things, including what you ate for dinner! However, if you have persistent halitosis that does not seem to respond to tooth brushing…

Keep Your Smile Healthy

June 24, 2016 Published by

Dental health can have a huge impact on the overall quality of life and wellbeing. This is why it is so important to maintain good oral health and to visit Dr. Quynh-Chi Nguyen regularly. At the Chantilly, VA office, Dr. Nguyen has a variety of general, cosmetic and restorative treatments…

Aging And Oral Health..

March 31, 2016 Published by

Modern dentistry recommends that we strive to keep our natural teeth healthy for as long as possible for the best quality of life. With the advent of new technology in the dental field and improved standards of oral health in recent years, we are retaining our natural teeth longer than…

Maintain Your Dental Health Thru The Holidays

November 30, 2015 Published by

The holiday season is full of festive get togethers, family parties, gift exchanges, traditional activities- and lots of sugary snacks and beverages! While we hope that your holiday season leads to more great memories, we also hope that you don’t have to call us due to a dental emergency, or…

Is Reflux Affecting Your Oral Health?

October 21, 2015 Published by

Acid reflux, GERD, and heartburn are common complaints for many patients today. There are a variety of reasons why someone may experience these common health concerns from genetics to medications to lifestyle habits. Dr. Quynh-Chi Nguyen wants to remind patients of the impact that acid reflux and related disorders can…

Aging and Dental Health..

July 28, 2015 Published by

Modern dentistry recommends that we strive to keep our natural teeth healthy for as long as possible for the best quality of life. With the advent of new technology in the dental field and improved standards of oral health in recent years, we are retaining our natural teeth longer than…

Do You Know How to Floss Your Teeth?

June 29, 2015 Published by

We all listen carefully during our routine dental visits to the oral hygiene tips that Dr. Chi Nguyen and his staff offer aimed at preventing tooth decay and other dental problems. We commit to a healthy daily routine as we enjoy our fresh, clean smile! But how often do we…

Restorative Dentistry And Your Overall Health

May 29, 2015 Published by

Chantilly dentist Dr. Quynh-Chi Nguyen emphasizes the importance of routine preventive care in keeping the smile healthy and reducing the risks of decay and gum disease, but also provides restorative dental treatment when needed. Teeth can become damaged or lost for a variety of reasons, even when a patient is…

Good oral habits support long term dental health!

December 9, 2014 Published by

Recent studies continue to show the correlation between oral health and overall health: problems with oral health can affect overall well being and vice-versa! This interrelationship makes maintaining good oral health more important than ever and emphasizes how regular preventive dental care plays a role in overall long term good…