If you’re interested in revealing your best smile with cosmetic dentistry, take some time to get to know the experts in Vienna: Dr. Hisham Barakat and Dr. Jennifer Bobbio. Are cracked, chipped, misaligned, discolored or otherwise imperfect teeth getting in the way of your smile confidence? Let us help you improve your outlook on life with cosmetic dentistry this year!
March 9, 2016
November 4, 2015
Remember the days of metal braces? Somewhere between sixth and seventh grade, those brackets and wires had the power to change boys and girls into women and men. But once you’re dealing in staff meetings rather than history class, and Friday nights out instead of sleepovers in, braces just… aren’t an option anymore. But the thing is, gapped, crooked and crowded teeth are a real problem for adults, too. If you missed the boat on metal braces as a kid, or if things in your mouth have changed and now you want orthodontic treatment, learn how your trusted cosmetic dentist can straighten your smile invisibly with Invisalign in Vienna, VA.
October 1, 2015
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular procedures in cosmetic dentistry. It’s no wonder why — whitening treatments offer a quick, painless and affordable transformation for a problem that’s all too common as we age: dingy, stained teeth. That’s why Vienna Smiles is proud to offer its patients Zoom! Teeth Whitening treatments in Vienna, VA — for a dramatically whiter smile you won’t ever want to hide again.
September 3, 2015
It’s almost time for another beautiful fall in Virginia — we love this time of year. The air is crisp, and the trees are just beautiful. And before you know it, the holidays will be here. It’s a busy time of year!
Somewhere amidst the meetings, school events and all of life’s little obligations, it’s easy to let other important things slip by — like your oral health. But we’re here to remind you that your tooth health should be one of your top priorities, now and always. After all, poor oral health affects more than just your mouth. Your oral hygiene can affect or be affected by other, more serious diseases and conditions — like heart disease, diabetes and stroke, to name a few. Read on to learn more about how the way you care for your mouth affects your whole body, and commit to developing excellent oral hygiene habits today!