Category Archives: Preventative Dental Health

What Does It Mean If I Have Bad Breath That I Can’t Control?

Bad breath affects everyone at some point in their lives. Known as halitosis or “fetor oris,” this odor can be very off-putting to others when patients are in a social situation. However, it may also be the sign of an underlying dental health problem. While the occasional case of bad breath may be a result… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2019
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Using Laser Dentistry to Combat Periodontal Disease

At Clarendon Dental Arts, we are focused on providing the best, most advanced services for our patients. Men and women who are interested in working with a dentist that offers laser dentistry are welcome to schedule a visit with Dr. Danine Fresch Gray! What is laser dentistry? Laser dentistry uses today’s modern technologies to achieve… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2019
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Preventative dentistry can help in improving the appearance and health of the smile over the years

Many patients know that they need to visit their dentist every six months for a cleaning and evaluation with their dental staff. However, many patients are unsure why these preventative dentistry appointments are so important. Dr. Danine Fresch Gray of Clarendon Dental Arts is a dedicated dental provider in the community of Arlington, VA committed… Read More »


The Importance of Preventative Dental Care

At Clarendon Dental Arts, Arlington area patients can enjoy an education from a dedicated dental professional such as Dr. Danine Fresch Gray. Her patients are welcome to ask questions about their oral health and wellness so they can build the proper foundation for a beautiful, healthy smile. Preventative care is at the forefront of dental… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2018
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We Need to Talk About a Sensitive Subject

When we talk about our teeth, it is often to express a concern related to how they look. Sometimes, we need to talk about full-blown tooth pain. Not all that long ago, the topic of sensitivity was not unheard of. We don’t hear much about this today, though, and we may know why. Tooth sensitivity… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2018
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Heart Attacks – #1 Killer in the U.S.

Recently Dr. Fresch obtained a preceptorship certificate by attending a multi-day heart attack and stroke course. (Bale-Doneen method: Beat the Heart Attack Gene: The Revolutionary Plan to Prevent Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes.) Heart attacks have remained the #1 killer in the US since the early 1900’s (minus the 1918 Spanish Flu Epidemic) and strokes… Read More »


What Dental Health Has to Do with Diabetes

2017  CDC figures 30.3 million U.S. people have diabetes (9.4% of population)- 23.8% with disease are not yet diagnosed!  75% of adults have a degree of periodontal disease-from gingivitis to severe disease. In the earliest stages it is silent (except signs of bleeding gums). What is Diabetes? Type 2 diabetes: If you have type 2 diabetes… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 22 2017
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Dry Eyes, Dry Mouth? Might be Sjogren’s Syndrome

Dry Eyes? Dry Mouth? Joint pain and/or fatigue? Sjogren’s syndrome (SS) is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease that affects the salivary and lacrimal glands, resulting in the classic presentation of dry eyes and dry mouth. Symptoms range from just dry eyes and mouth to joint pain and fatigue to arthritis and Lupus. Approximately 1.5 million… Read More »


Heart Disease and Sleep Apnea – Are They Related?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea affects over 40 million people.  An alarming fact is that three out of every 10 adult patients we see are at high risk for sleep apnea. Dentists are commonly the first line of defense in screening this deadly disorder.  I have had several patients over the last month who have been experiencing… Read More »


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