Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD

Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD Our office is a premiere cosmetic and esthetic dental office. We believe in patient's comfort and gentle care. Dr. Thu-Nga Ortega, practices in Fairfax, Virginia.

Her practice is tailored to patients who have a very high desire for quality cosmetic and comprehensive dental care. Dr. Ortega is trained in providing preventive and conservative dentistry to create natural, beautiful smiles. She provides cosmetic services such as Invisalign, cosmetic bondings, veneers and full cosmetic makeovers. As well as general dentistry procedures and preventative care, Dr.

Her practice is tailored to patients who have a very high desire for quality cosmetic and comprehensive dental care. Dr. Ortega is trained in providing preventive and conservative dentistry to create natural, beautiful smiles. She provides cosmetic services such as Invisalign, cosmetic bondings, veneers and full cosmetic makeovers. As well as general dentistry procedures and preventative care, Dr.

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Gap closure with Cosmetic Bondings! Conservative and beautiful!
10/07/2021

Gap closure with Cosmetic Bondings! Conservative and beautiful!

Gap closure with Cosmetic Bondings! Conservative and beautiful!

White spot/hypocalcification fixed with cosmetic bonding. #cosmeticdentistry #cosmeticbonding #fairfaxdentist
10/01/2021

White spot/hypocalcification fixed with cosmetic bonding.
#cosmeticdentistry #cosmeticbonding #fairfaxdentist

White spot/hypocalcification fixed with cosmetic bonding.
#cosmeticdentistry #cosmeticbonding #fairfaxdentist

Dental Cosmetix
09/24/2021
Dental Cosmetix

Dental Cosmetix

At Dental Cosemtix, cosmetic dentistry is seen at it's best with the most conservative and state of the art dental techniques and materials to yeild the most...

Creating beautiful smiles and changing the lives of others everyday is my passion!
09/18/2021

Creating beautiful smiles and changing the lives of others everyday is my passion!

Creating beautiful smiles and changing the lives of others everyday is my passion!

09/14/2021
Cosmetic procedures after braces.

Post Orthodontic Cosmetic Procedures.

What are some cosmetic procedures that can make your teeth look fantastic after having braces? Watch the magical transformation that can be done to make your teeth go from great to amazing!

Happy 100th birthday to a very special patient of mine. I was very happy to see my patient of over 20 years turn 100! He...
09/01/2021

Happy 100th birthday to a very special patient of mine.
I was very happy to see my patient of over 20 years turn 100! He enjoys watching YouTube videos on current scientific developments because he says that he is always learning! Wow!

Happy 100th birthday to a very special patient of mine.
I was very happy to see my patient of over 20 years turn 100! He enjoys watching YouTube videos on current scientific developments because he says that he is always learning! Wow!

Gum Lift. This simple, easy, procedure with a laser allows this patient to show more of her teeth and reduces her gummy ...
08/18/2021

Gum Lift. This simple, easy, procedure with a laser allows this patient to show more of her teeth and reduces her gummy smile. Her gum line is more symmetrical in the end and she shows more teeth than gums when she smiles. This conservative painless procedure gave her more confidence in her smile!

Gum Lift. This simple, easy, procedure with a laser allows this patient to show more of her teeth and reduces her gummy smile. Her gum line is more symmetrical in the end and she shows more teeth than gums when she smiles. This conservative painless procedure gave her more confidence in her smile!

The term "cosmetic" usually brings to mind images of make-up, beauty salons, or plastic surgery. "Cosmetic," when applie...
07/28/2021
Cosmetic Dentistry – What You Should Know

The term "cosmetic" usually brings to mind images of make-up, beauty salons, or plastic surgery. "Cosmetic," when applied to dentistry, is not so elective as these other terms may imply. Implants are cosmetic, as well as veneers, all-porcelain crowns, whitening, and even some gum surgeries. For many patients, cosmetic dentistry is not optional; it is a necessary treatment that also improves the quality of life....

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The term “cosmetic” usually brings to mind images of make-up, beauty salons, or plastic surgery.  “Cosmetic,” when applied to dentistry, is not so elective as these oth…

Patients who have eating disorders are not aware of the tremendous impact that they can have on their oral health. Eatin...
07/28/2021
How Can Eating Disorders Affect Your Oral Health?

Patients who have eating disorders are not aware of the tremendous impact that they can have on their oral health. Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia can affect teeth in many ways. Anorexia is the result of low caloric intake that reduces an individual's electrolyte level. Reduction in electrolytes can cause dry mouth that can increase the decay rate on all of their teeth....

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Patients who have eating disorders are not aware of the tremendous impact that they can have on their oral health.  Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia can affect teeth in many ways.…

I'm always very concerned about cell phone and the radiation that it emits and how this can affect us.  More importantly...
07/21/2021

I'm always very concerned about cell phone and the radiation that it emits and how this can affect us. More importantly, these cell phone radiation can adversely affect children with rapidly developing cells. I have heard of so many people afflicted with rare forms of brain cancers more frequently nowadays that it is becoming a more common occurrence. Use cell phone with caution for you and your children!
https://www.ewg.org/news-insights/news-release/2021/07/study-wireless-radiation-exposure-children-should-be-hundreds?utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=202107CellNews&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Cellphones&emci=40d227db-84e9-eb11-a7ad-501ac57b8fa7&emdi=41d227db-84e9-eb11-a7ad-501ac57b8fa7&ceid=3026148

I'm always very concerned about cell phone and the radiation that it emits and how this can affect us. More importantly, these cell phone radiation can adversely affect children with rapidly developing cells. I have heard of so many people afflicted with rare forms of brain cancers more frequently nowadays that it is becoming a more common occurrence. Use cell phone with caution for you and your children!
https://www.ewg.org/news-insights/news-release/2021/07/study-wireless-radiation-exposure-children-should-be-hundreds?utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=202107CellNews&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Cellphones&emci=40d227db-84e9-eb11-a7ad-501ac57b8fa7&emdi=41d227db-84e9-eb11-a7ad-501ac57b8fa7&ceid=3026148

We are having a Botox Beauty Day this Thursday July 15th.  If you like to receive Botox at a discount, please let us kno...
07/13/2021

We are having a Botox Beauty Day this Thursday July 15th. If you like to receive Botox at a discount, please let us know and we can schedule you! $60 off forehead lines and frown lines. Free teeth whitening gift with your Botox appointment, valid only this Thursday! Please call us to reserve your spot at 703-352-3900 . Limited appointments available. www.DentalCosmetix.com

We are having a Botox Beauty Day this Thursday July 15th. If you like to receive Botox at a discount, please let us know and we can schedule you! $60 off forehead lines and frown lines. Free teeth whitening gift with your Botox appointment, valid only this Thursday! Please call us to reserve your spot at 703-352-3900 . Limited appointments available. www.DentalCosmetix.com

Happy July 4th! Here Is Your “Patient Bill of Rights!” With Independence Day right around the corner, you may remember f...
07/04/2021

Happy July 4th! Here Is Your “Patient Bill of Rights!”

With Independence Day right around the corner, you may remember from U.S. History class that the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution are called “The Bill of Rights.”

Even though the office of Dental Cosmetix was founded in 1997 (not 1776!) – we believe our patients have a “Bill of Rights” as well! It’s how everyone deserves to be treated in our practice, and we really mean it!!

Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD
Dental Patient’s Bill of Rights

1. You have the right to be personally greeted and treated with the highest level of respect and care by our team of dental professionals.

2. You have the right to have your dental treatment fully explained to you in plain English, and to have any questions answered to your satisfaction.

3. You have the right to have your dental treatment performed with first-rate materials, techniques, and technology.

4. You have the right to be as comfortable as possible before, during and after any dental treatment.

5. You have the right to understand the cost of treatment before it takes place, including an estimate of insurance coverage if applicable.

6. You have the right to a clean, safe environment, including hospital grade sterilization of all dental instruments and the wearing of appropriate protective equipment by our clinical team.

7. You have the right to be seen as soon as possible should a dental emergency arise.

8. You have a right to be educated in the proper methods to keep your teeth and gums healthy, including brushing, flossing, and anything else specific to your situation.

9. You have the right to be treated by a team of dedicated professionals who are current in their licensure and strive to learn the latest and most important findings in the fields of dentistry and health care.

10. You have the right to remain silent when we have our gloved fingers and three suction tubes in your mouth. (Okay – that one was a joke!)
It’s all our way of saying that at the office of Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD we care about you!! Please enjoy the Independence Day holiday. If you have any questions about your dental treatment or are in need of an appointment, please call us today at 703-352-390

Happy July 4th! Here Is Your “Patient Bill of Rights!”

With Independence Day right around the corner, you may remember from U.S. History class that the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution are called “The Bill of Rights.”

Even though the office of Dental Cosmetix was founded in 1997 (not 1776!) – we believe our patients have a “Bill of Rights” as well! It’s how everyone deserves to be treated in our practice, and we really mean it!!

Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD
Dental Patient’s Bill of Rights

1. You have the right to be personally greeted and treated with the highest level of respect and care by our team of dental professionals.

2. You have the right to have your dental treatment fully explained to you in plain English, and to have any questions answered to your satisfaction.

3. You have the right to have your dental treatment performed with first-rate materials, techniques, and technology.

4. You have the right to be as comfortable as possible before, during and after any dental treatment.

5. You have the right to understand the cost of treatment before it takes place, including an estimate of insurance coverage if applicable.

6. You have the right to a clean, safe environment, including hospital grade sterilization of all dental instruments and the wearing of appropriate protective equipment by our clinical team.

7. You have the right to be seen as soon as possible should a dental emergency arise.

8. You have a right to be educated in the proper methods to keep your teeth and gums healthy, including brushing, flossing, and anything else specific to your situation.

9. You have the right to be treated by a team of dedicated professionals who are current in their licensure and strive to learn the latest and most important findings in the fields of dentistry and health care.

10. You have the right to remain silent when we have our gloved fingers and three suction tubes in your mouth. (Okay – that one was a joke!)
It’s all our way of saying that at the office of Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD we care about you!! Please enjoy the Independence Day holiday. If you have any questions about your dental treatment or are in need of an appointment, please call us today at 703-352-390

Smile Makeover!  Now this patient can smile with confidence!  Porcelain Veneers that look natural and beautiful.
06/21/2021

Smile Makeover! Now this patient can smile with confidence! Porcelain Veneers that look natural and beautiful.

Smile Makeover! Now this patient can smile with confidence! Porcelain Veneers that look natural and beautiful.

I love conservative dentistry. Creating beautiful smiles while preserving tooth structure. Adding back what the patient ...
06/18/2021

I love conservative dentistry. Creating beautiful smiles while preserving tooth structure. Adding back what the patient has lost without taking away more tooth structure is the my ultimate goal in cosmetic dentistry!
#cosmeticdentistry #dentistry #cosmeticbonding

I love conservative dentistry. Creating beautiful smiles while preserving tooth structure. Adding back what the patient has lost without taking away more tooth structure is the my ultimate goal in cosmetic dentistry!
#cosmeticdentistry #dentistry #cosmeticbonding

Why is it important to replace a missing tooth? Your bite changes and teeth drift.  Bone loss often occurs over time whi...
06/12/2021

Why is it important to replace a missing tooth? Your bite changes and teeth drift. Bone loss often occurs over time which can change your face structure. It also causes loss of bone that could be needed for dental implants if left too long. It is important to take care of your teeth to prevent loss of teeth. If you have lost a tooth, replace the missing tooth soon after to avoid collapsing of your bite or bone loss that can result in more complex surgeries to build back loss bone before an implant can be placed in that area.

Dental Cosmetix Covid Relief Day.  Free Dental Emergency Week!  If you have been putting off your dental treatment durin...
06/11/2021
Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD on Google

Dental Cosmetix Covid Relief Day. Free Dental Emergency Week! If you have been putting off your dental treatment during Covid pandemic and you now have a nagging pain, we are here to help during our Free dental emergency week. Call us at 703-352-3900, appointments are limited. Visit us at www.DentalCosmetix.com

Free Dental Emergency Day.

06/10/2021
Dental Cosmetix: Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD Why and what is an implant?

What and Why should I have an implant? What happens when I lose a tooth? These are common questions that patients ask when they lose a tooth. What are my options? Click here to see what you should do when you lose a tooth. #implantdentistry #dentistry #cosmeticdentistry #dentalimplants

Thanks to our very special patients, Tommy, Sally and Amanda who surprised us with a box of cool  tie dye masks they ord...
06/09/2021

Thanks to our very special patients, Tommy, Sally and Amanda who surprised us with a box of cool tie dye masks they ordered for us! They are so cool and super colorful! Thank you!!!

Thanks to our very special patients, Tommy, Sally and Amanda who surprised us with a box of cool tie dye masks they ordered for us! They are so cool and super colorful! Thank you!!!

Here's how gum disease patients are more prone to worse cases of Covid 19.
04/27/2021

Here's how gum disease patients are more prone to worse cases of Covid 19.

Here's how gum disease patients are more prone to worse cases of Covid 19.

Patients with COVID-19 experience loss of taste , dry mouth and blistering.  Research also found that saliva is infectio...
03/28/2021

Patients with COVID-19 experience loss of taste , dry mouth and blistering. Research also found that saliva is infectious, indicating the mouth may play a part in transmitting the virus deeper into the body or to others. Some post-Covid infected patients may need further treatment for their prolonged oral symptoms of loss of taste, dry mouth and blistering. Treatment for dry mouth can be prescribed to prevent tooth decay and mouth irritation due to dry mouth.

Patients with COVID-19 experience loss of taste , dry mouth and blistering. Research also found that saliva is infectious, indicating the mouth may play a part in transmitting the virus deeper into the body or to others. Some post-Covid infected patients may need further treatment for their prolonged oral symptoms of loss of taste, dry mouth and blistering. Treatment for dry mouth can be prescribed to prevent tooth decay and mouth irritation due to dry mouth.

12/30/2020

Dental assistant/receptionist position.
Great position for pre-dental or pre-med student. At least one year experience preferred but will train the right candidate.
Must be a self-starter independent worker tedious, clean, organized person with great people skills.

10/21/2020

Research Shows Blood Type Plays a Role in COVID-19 Susceptibility and Severity.

New research is showing a possibility that blood type A and AB are more likely to be linked with patients who are more susceptible to a longer and more severe COVID affliction. Type O blood and Type B blood do not show such links.

Is the pandemic causing stress related issues to your teeth?We are seeing more and more patients complaining of pain in ...
09/30/2020

Is the pandemic causing stress related issues to your teeth?

We are seeing more and more patients complaining of pain in their jaw and muscles of their face due to clenching and grinding. Many have even cracked or broken teeth during the pandemic due to more stress induced grinding and clenching of their teeth. If you are feeling more stress, make sure you are wearing your nightguard that we have custom made for you.

Here are the statistics....for those who like stats😊

Is the pandemic causing stress related issues to your teeth?

We are seeing more and more patients complaining of pain in their jaw and muscles of their face due to clenching and grinding. Many have even cracked or broken teeth during the pandemic due to more stress induced grinding and clenching of their teeth. If you are feeling more stress, make sure you are wearing your nightguard that we have custom made for you.

Here are the statistics....for those who like stats😊

Business as usual here at Dental Cosmetix, but with an abundance of precaution and still having a fun time!  We will see...
09/30/2020

Business as usual here at Dental Cosmetix, but with an abundance of precaution and still having a fun time! We will see you soon!

Tongue ulcers may be linked to SARS-CoV-2 infection.By Melissa Busch, DrBicuspid.com assistant editorSome evidence has s...
09/19/2020

Tongue ulcers may be linked to SARS-CoV-2 infection.
By Melissa Busch, DrBicuspid.com assistant editor

Some evidence has shown a link between oral manifestations, including mouth rashes, mouth ulcers and the novel coronavirus.

September 15, 2020 -- Patients who experienced mild or no upper respiratory symptoms developed tongue ulcers within a few days of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 in a new analysis, described in a letter to the editor on September 5 in Oral Diseases.

Tongue ulcers may be an early symptom of infection by the virus, and the early susceptibility of the oral mucosa to SARS-CoV-2 may be due to high expression of angiotensin‐converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) in epithelial cells of the tongue, the authors wrote.

"Tongue ulcers can be a direct manifestation of SARS-CoV-2 infection or as co-infection due to the immune dysregulation," wrote the authors, led by Abanoub Riad, DDS, PhD, a research fellow in the Czech National Centre for Evidence-Based Healthcare and Knowledge Translation at Masaryk University.

Some evidence has shown a link between oral manifestations, including mouth rashes, and the novel coronavirus, triggering debates about cause, prognosis, and significance. The researchers believe they have been underreported or discovered accidentally due some patients' inability to seek regular exams and the low fatality of oral mucocutaneous lesions such as herpes simplex virus and chronic canker sores. To better understand this, Case Reports (CARE) guidelines were used to demonstrate the characteristics of 26 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients with tongue ulcers.

About the patients

The researchers used hospital records to analyze the demographic, clinical, and laboratory traits of patients who had tongue ulcers and visited the hospital between April and June 2020. Initially, these patients were suspected of having SARS-CoV-2 due to confirmed cases among members of their households. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests confirmed their infections. None of the patients had underlying conditions, most had mild or no respiratory symptoms, and none were hospitalized. As for symptoms typically associated with SARS-CoV-2, four patients had a fever, three lost their sense of taste, one had a dry cough, and two had a sore throat, according to the authors.

Ulcers come early

Approximately 54% of patients developed tongue ulcers five days after they were tested for SARS-CoV-2. The rest developed them within four days or had them on the day of testing. None of the patients reported a history of mouth sores or ulcers, according to Dr. Riad and colleagues.

Intraoral exams revealed that all patients had ulcers on the dorsum or side of the tongue, and a few also had them on the ventral surface. The number of ulcers ranged from one to seven per patient. Only a few had ulcers that bled, they wrote.

The patients were prescribed oral paracetamol and told to use chlorhexidine mouthwash. The ulcers disappeared within one to two weeks.

The authors analyzed the records of the SARS-CoV-2-positive patients to enhance existing evidence about the connection between oral manifestations and COVID-19, they noted.

"To the best of our knowledge, this case series is the largest to date to give an epidemiologic account on the tongue ulcers adjacent to SARS-CoV-2 infection with mild or no upper respiratory symptoms," the group wrote.

Tongue ulcers may be linked to SARS-CoV-2 infection.
By Melissa Busch, DrBicuspid.com assistant editor

Some evidence has shown a link between oral manifestations, including mouth rashes, mouth ulcers and the novel coronavirus.

September 15, 2020 -- Patients who experienced mild or no upper respiratory symptoms developed tongue ulcers within a few days of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 in a new analysis, described in a letter to the editor on September 5 in Oral Diseases.

Tongue ulcers may be an early symptom of infection by the virus, and the early susceptibility of the oral mucosa to SARS-CoV-2 may be due to high expression of angiotensin‐converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) in epithelial cells of the tongue, the authors wrote.

"Tongue ulcers can be a direct manifestation of SARS-CoV-2 infection or as co-infection due to the immune dysregulation," wrote the authors, led by Abanoub Riad, DDS, PhD, a research fellow in the Czech National Centre for Evidence-Based Healthcare and Knowledge Translation at Masaryk University.

Some evidence has shown a link between oral manifestations, including mouth rashes, and the novel coronavirus, triggering debates about cause, prognosis, and significance. The researchers believe they have been underreported or discovered accidentally due some patients' inability to seek regular exams and the low fatality of oral mucocutaneous lesions such as herpes simplex virus and chronic canker sores. To better understand this, Case Reports (CARE) guidelines were used to demonstrate the characteristics of 26 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients with tongue ulcers.

About the patients

The researchers used hospital records to analyze the demographic, clinical, and laboratory traits of patients who had tongue ulcers and visited the hospital between April and June 2020. Initially, these patients were suspected of having SARS-CoV-2 due to confirmed cases among members of their households. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests confirmed their infections. None of the patients had underlying conditions, most had mild or no respiratory symptoms, and none were hospitalized. As for symptoms typically associated with SARS-CoV-2, four patients had a fever, three lost their sense of taste, one had a dry cough, and two had a sore throat, according to the authors.

Ulcers come early

Approximately 54% of patients developed tongue ulcers five days after they were tested for SARS-CoV-2. The rest developed them within four days or had them on the day of testing. None of the patients reported a history of mouth sores or ulcers, according to Dr. Riad and colleagues.

Intraoral exams revealed that all patients had ulcers on the dorsum or side of the tongue, and a few also had them on the ventral surface. The number of ulcers ranged from one to seven per patient. Only a few had ulcers that bled, they wrote.

The patients were prescribed oral paracetamol and told to use chlorhexidine mouthwash. The ulcers disappeared within one to two weeks.

The authors analyzed the records of the SARS-CoV-2-positive patients to enhance existing evidence about the connection between oral manifestations and COVID-19, they noted.

"To the best of our knowledge, this case series is the largest to date to give an epidemiologic account on the tongue ulcers adjacent to SARS-CoV-2 infection with mild or no upper respiratory symptoms," the group wrote.

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10721 Main St, Suite 2200
Fairfax, VA
22030

General information

Dr. Ortega was awarded the Fellowship award from the Academy of General Dentistry in 2007. To keep up with the current changes in dentistry, she continually attends dental seminars and is kept current by being in association with: -American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry -American Dental Association -Academy of General Dentistry -Northern Virginia Dental Society She graduated from Medical College of Virginia Dental School in 1997 with honors (Cum Laude) She graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from 1987-1991.

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Monday 10am - 3pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 7:45am - 3pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 7:45am - 3pm

Telephone

(703) 352-3900

Products

Invisalign, Fastbraces, Sedation dentistry, white fillings, natural veneers, onlays, crowns. Implant placement, implant restorations, implant retained dentures, in-office whitening treatments, root canals, gum treatments (deep cleaning-scaling and root planing, gum surgeries to correct bone loss, cosmetic gum surgeries, and dentures. Geriatric dentistry and dentistry for medically compromised patients.

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Dr. Thu-Nga Ortega, practices in Fairfax, Virginia. Her practice is tailored to patients who have a very high desire for quality cosmetic and comprehensive dental care. Dr. Ortega is trained in providing preventive and conservative dentistry to create natural, beautiful smiles. She is often known for being very conservative with crowns which are called onlays (where tooth structure is conserved and not prepped away the way crowns are at most practices) She also performs complex surgeries to remove wisdom teeth, places implants, performs gum surgeries and provides full prosthetic implant restorations as well as providing sedation dentistry services.

Along with Cosmetic and comprehensive dentistry, Dr. Ortega has been known in Fairfax as one of the most experienced dentist in geriatric care. She has been serving the geriatric community of Fairfax for over 22 years.

Dr. Ortega sees only one patient at a time to ensure close monitoring of her patient's dental needs and performs cleanings herself. She spends quality time getting to know each patient's needs before proceeding with treatment. She places the patient's care and comfort above all else. Her team of talented and professional staff is happy to provide excellent quality of care in a comfortable and welcoming environment! It is no wonder patients travel from afar to come and see us. They are loyal and know that we will always be provided the best services for them and their family and friends!

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