Dr. Tisseront to Be Named 2021 Top Dentist

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Every two years, Washingtonian Magazine publishes their new list of Top Dentists in the DC area. This year, we are proud to say our very own Dr. Tisseront will be included on their list! The issue officially showing all 2021 Top Dentists will be published in March, and we’ll be sure to let you know…

Help! I Broke a Wire – What Do I Do?

Posted | Blog, Braces

With traditional metal braces, wires connect all of the brackets and are the driving force in straightening your teeth. These wires are pretty tough, but some patients may occasionally experience issues with their wires or other parts of their orthodontic appliance.

Straightening Your Teeth with Invisalign

Posted | Blog, Invisalign

Invisalign is a fantastic option for patients who want straighter teeth without the cosmetic concerns and other drawbacks that come with traditional metal braces. But did you know that there are many other advantages to Invisalign beyond just looks? What is Invisalign? Invisalign is an advanced orthodontic treatment that straightens your teeth using removable invisible aligners. These aligners…

Which Type of Braces is Best for Me?

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If you’re considering getting braces for yourself or your child, a little research will show you that today, there are many different types of braces that patients can choose from. It is a good idea to inform yourself about the different types of braces that are available before your first appointment.

Dr. Tisseront Named One of Virginia’s topDentists!

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Dr. Stephen Tisseront, of Northern Virginia’s Tisseront Orthodontics, has just received the honor of being named one of Virginia’s topDentists for 2020. Dr. Tisseront has been on this prestigious list every year since 2010.  What does a topDentists award mean? topDentists awards are widely recognized to be a distinct honor for American dentists. Each year, a team of…

Types of Lingual Braces

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Lingual braces rest behind your teeth, making them practically invisible! Better yet, they are both comfortable and effective due to their personalized design, which is specially tailored to meet the needs of each individual patient.

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