Dentist in Dumfries | Dentist Woodbridge (703) 445 – 9600

Dentist in Dumfries | Dentist Woodbridge (703) 445 – 9600 Dental Serenity™ is a dental practice located in the Southbridge shopping plaza in Dumfries, VA. Located next to the Super Walmart, Dental Serenity™ strives to bring quality dental care to both the residents of Dumfries and surrounding areas. Since opening in early 2011 we have strived to become a welcomed member of the community. We understand that trips to the dentist are sometime filled with anxiety and concern. Dental Serenity™ feels that your trip to the dentist should be an enjoyable experience in a comfortable and relaxing environment. As such, we strive to take away the anxiety of each visit by supplying our patients with the following amenities: Flat screen televisions in treatment rooms Aromatherapy throughout the office Neck massagers in waiting room Soothing music to help stimulate a relaxed mood Free high speed wireless internet Educational patient videos Our goal is to be available when you need us most. As such, we offer both early morning and late evening appointments for your convenience.

While dental visits are important, home prevention of gum disease can be performed with the help of toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss, Listerine and peroxide. Discover some home treatments for gum disease, or periodontitis, withtips from a dentist in this free video on dental health and oral hygiene. Expert: Dr. Mike Glasmeier Contact: Bio: Dr. Mike Glasmeier is a member of the American Dental Association. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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14 Responses to “Dentist in Dumfries | Dentist Woodbridge (703) 445 – 9600”

  1. chlorohexidrine mouthwashes are apparently pretty effective

  2. Amanda Hartman on March 2nd, 2013 at 6:08 am

    What a coincidence. I’m looking for home remedies of any kind because this guy right here today tried to charge me $2,999 for a teeth cleaning. Funny because they talked and made it seem so affordable in the office. Then shook my hand and said we will see you soon while closing the door and leaving the Office manager to do the dirty work. I find it to be so sad that no dentist will be honest with you, let alone help you. So sad

  3. I have paid twice to damage my tooth and gum diseased more after the dentist consulted.. is there home remidies to cure diseased or bleeding gums.. intially 2gums turning to all.. I am worried about all the gums slowly.. effecting.. There are few reasons I would believe what causes gum disease.. Eg. Smoking, eats/drinking hot foods, drinks, unclean/one time brush, the very big cause in few people may be less sleep. I never smoke, but I feel most of these are cuases,

  4. Yeah, like me. Where I live seeing a dentist is insanely expensive and there’s no way I can afford it. Pretty soon I’m going to have to get my teeth pulled. I have a receding gumline and the bottom back teeth are starting to rot. Been trying to find some home cures, but it seems a hopeless cause. Pretty depressing stuff, but that’s life. Maybe dentures won’t be so bad…

  5. Listerine is useless.

  6. Nice Video! I really loved your video.very useful information! Good Job

  7. @teamofreally $70 for what? 70$ no insurance doesn’t even cover a cleaning! And if it does majority of people’s teeth would be spotless clean..

  8. i think it depends on what you focus on as important. unless you’re at a library watching youtube and posting… which IS possible… technically… internet is more expensive than going to the dentist…. the dentist if you have no coverage is like 70 bucks where i’m from.. and you’re only supposed to go once every 6 months…. if you find me internet for 10 dollars a month sign me up please….I think its more just that you don’t think the 70 bucks is worth it… which is fine

  9. Valerie Lacasse on March 2nd, 2013 at 9:56 am

    I had and can afford it was hygenist why my teeth and gums got into a state so figure that one wholistinc is best
    No Listerene that is Horrible, Flouride is also no good

  10. Valerie Lacasse on March 2nd, 2013 at 10:42 am

    I had and can afford it was hygenist why my teeth and gums got into a state so figure that one wholistinc is best

  11. This is a Listerine Ad.

    Use saline solution – cheap, effective, fast. (Warm water with salt). You may also use peroxide diluted solution occasionally .

  12. Don’t use Listerine, Use a mouthwash that actually contains Fluoride. Listerine’s small amount of fluoride does not help, is almost equal the amount fluoride that’s in tap water. So find one with at least 0,2% Fluoride.

  13. IF PEOPLE CAN AFFORD DENTIST VISITS without a doubt THEY WOULD VISIT ON A REGULAR BASICS… UNFORTUNATELY SOME PEOPLE CAN’T AFFORD VISITS, like myself.. so they tried everything they can to keep there teeth healthy..

  14. LadyPhoenix24 on March 2nd, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    I recently went to a general dentistry for a gum problem and wisdom tooth coming. When they did a x-ray screening, they found a abcess tooth and did a root canal first. However, the first reason I went to the dentist is because of excessive bleeding from the gums when brushing and flossing. I really like the recommendation, however, what can you advise me to tell my dentist?