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If you are interested in scheduling an appointment in our office you can call directly at 703-356-5512, or email us at

Sharon or Brenda will be happy to help find a time that accomodates your schedule.

Fifteen minutes of fame

Julie Kemp, one of our dental hygienists, has just completed her certification for the administration of local anesthesia.  This is the newest certification for dental hygienists available in the state of Virginia. All of Dr. Lindemann’s hygienists attend continuing education courses that are offered by the local component level of the American Dental Hygienist’s Association. Several continually go above and beyond the requirements for licensure and attend additional Virginia State level meetings. The ADHA’s Center for Lifelong Learning meeting was held in Phoenix this year and was attended by our hygienist Jennifer Zimmerman. She took continuing education courses on the lateset techniques in hand and ultrasonic instrumentation, an update of new products available for oral care and the treatment of periodontal disease, an update on the autoimmune mechanisms of periodontal disease, and a review of evidenced based clinical trials for mouth rinses. Their next scheduled continuing education courses  are Osha: 10 Crucial Steps to Patient and Personal Safety, and Sleep Apnea. It is very important to all the hygienists in this office to provide the most comprehensive and up to date care for thier patients.

Here’s what some of our patients have to say . . .

In response to a recall reminder to a patient that had recently moved to Texas…

“I will miss you all…never thought going to the dentist office could make me laugh, but somehow you all managed to do that. Don’t think I will ever find another.

Stop Snoring Now!

Obstrucive sleep apnea (OSA) afflicts many people. Untreated, OSA can lead to heart problems, strokes, and excessive daytime sleepiness. Snoring ( a sign of restricted airflow and impeded breathing during sleep) also can result in excessive daytime sleepiness and headaches.

Treatment Of OSA and Snoring: The American Academy of Sleep Medicine now recommends oral appliances like the myerson ema appliance as a treatment for snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea, and in cases where a CPAP has not been tolerated. The FDA has approved the meyerson ema appliance for the treatment of both sleep apnea and snoring.

If either of these conditions afflict you or a family member, we will be happy to schedule you to be fitted for one.

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