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July 17, 2018

When Do Kids Start to Lose Teeth?

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 8:40 pm

boy with tooth missingIt’s so exciting when your children start to lose their baby teeth and the Tooth Fairy comes to visit. (Adult tooth loss isn’t so exciting, of course, but that topic is for another blog!) That toothless grin is all part of growing up. Nevertheless, you may have questions about this stage of your children’s lives. As a dentist in Leesburg, I get questions all the time. Here a few of the more common ones and answers.


May 11, 2018

Here’s Why Your Dentist Thinks Flossing is Important

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 5:26 pm

woman about to flossAre you a flossing family? In my years of dental practice, I’ve noticed that some families floss while others do not. I want to encourage you and each member of your family to floss at least once a day. As a dentist in Leesburg, I am committed to helping you enjoy the best oral and general health possible. Flossing is a way to improve both.


April 26, 2018

Bring the Whole Clan to the Family Dentist in Leesburg!

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 9:43 pm

family in shortsMedicine is a field of specialties. To care for your whole family, you may need an internist, a pediatrician, an OBGYN, an allergist, an ophthalmologist and on and on. With dentistry, however, all you need to take good care of everyone’s smile is a family dentist in Leesburg. My team and I are dedicated to providing exemplary care to patients of all ages. We enjoy working with families from parents to grandparents to children. Here are a few reasons why we think you will benefit from seeing a family dentist.


February 5, 2018

Questions to Ask Your Hygienist

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 2:10 am

dental hygienist and patientWhen you come in for your six-month dentist checkup, there is an important member of my team that sees your first: the dental hygienist. These professionals are highly educated and skilled at helping you maintain your oral health. As such, they are able to answer many questions. They may also be able to help with a concern or problem. As your Leesburg dentist, I’m always available to help, but your dental hygienist is on your side, too. Here are some topics for you to discuss with the hygienist at your next appointment.


January 11, 2018

Dr. Groy Explains 7 Common Dental Terms

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 4:43 am

Family that sees Lessburg dentistAs with most professions, dentistry comes with its own terminology. An understanding of basic terms can be very helpful when you and I are discussing your oral and dental health. As your Leesburg dentist, I want to make sure you comprehend any course of treatment that is recommended. With this in mind, I’d like to define 7 common dental terms.


October 11, 2017

Teething Really Hurts: Here are Some Safe Remedies

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: , — dr_groy @ 12:03 am

baby with a bottleBefore you see your baby’s precious smile, those little white teeth must break through the gums. This process, called teething, can cause soreness and swelling—not a happy situation for you or your child. Fortunately, I can give you a few ideas on how to ease your baby’s discomfort until the tooth breaks the skin. Read on to learn the signs of teething, when teething starts and what you can do to help.


August 7, 2017

Family Dentist Discusses Thumb Sucking

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 10:04 pm

child sucking her thumbSucking is literally a life-sustaining force when a baby is born. That impulse to suck is what allows an infant to nurse or have a bottle. Thumb sucking by extension can also be a way that babies self-soothe when they are fussy, tired or bored. However, if thumb sucking or the use of a pacifier continues beyond the ages of two to four, then it can lead to dental problems. As your Leesburg family dentist, I’d like to help you help your child break the habit. Please read on to learn about the consequences of long-term thumb sucking and how to help your child stop.


July 21, 2017

Your Family Dentist is Caring for Children’s Smiles

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 7:29 pm

Bring your kids to see the family dentist in Leesburg. Do you remember the name of your very first dentist? Here’s a hint: it wasn’t me. Chances are you called your first dentist Mommy or Daddy. Now that you’re a parent, it’s your job to make sure your children’s smiles are as healthy as they are adorable. Of course, my staff and I are here to help you in every way we can. Think of us as the family dentist in Leesburg that loves taking care of kids’ smiles. Please read on to learn about how you and I can make sure their teeth and gums are healthy.


April 30, 2017

The Benefits of an In-Network Dentist

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: — dr_groy @ 8:23 pm

Dr. Groy is an in-network dentist with Delta Dental and BCBS. Whether you and your family are currently part of a dental plan or you are in the market for insurance, selecting an in-network dentist can be beneficial to your smile and your budget. As an in-network provider with Delta Dental and Blue Cross Blue Shield, Leesburg dentist Dr. Groy provides a comprehensive menu of covered preventive and restorative services. Read on to find out more about the advantages of seeing a dentist that is in-network on your dental insurance plan.


April 12, 2016

Gum Disease Treatment in Leesburg, VA

Filed under: Family Dentistry — Tags: , , , — dr_groy @ 7:56 pm

gum diseaseIt seems hard to believe, but research indicates that as many as 80 percent of adults in the United States have some degree of gum disease. And if that weren’t enough of a problem, many don’t even know they have this chronic bacterial infection. Dr. Groy and his team provide gum disease treatment in Leesburg, VA. However, before treatment, we want to make sure our patients are familiar with the warning signs of gum disease. Of course, we check for these signs at each one of your regularly scheduled dental cleanings and exams, but you need to be on the lookout for them in between appointments, too.


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