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Gainesville Dental Study Club

December4
Dr. Khouri attended the last Gainesville Dental Study Club of 2015 at Stonewall Golf Club at Lake Manassas.

Dr. Khouri attended the last Gainesville Dental Study Club of 2015 at Stonewall Golf club at Lake Manassas! Dr. Khouri has been speaking at the Study Club for 12 plus years! We look forward to this up coming year! See you in February 2016!

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Got Fluoride?

April14

The Benefits of Fluoride

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Science Program

December1

We are proud to support the Science Program at Samuel L. Gravely Jr. Elementary School!

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Top Dentists of 2014

October15

SONY DSCWe are pleased to announce that Northern Virginia magazine has honored Dr. Khouri in naming him one of the area’s Top Dentists for 2014. Dr. Khouri was selected for this prestigios award based upon peer and panel reviews and recognizes Dr. Khouri for his “continued commitment to providing nothing short of excellence.”

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Don’t be a victim! Khouri Orthodontics proudly supports upcoming Women’s Self defense Seminar.

September8

self defense pt's

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5th Annual Patient Appreciation Bowling Party

August11

Our Annual Bowling Party was a blast! We love our patients! Thank you for coming out to join us. If you weren’t able to attend, please join us next year!
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When should you see an orthodontist?

July23

Age7

The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that all children have a check-up with an orthodontic specialist no later than age 7.
The reasons for this examination follow:
• The posterior occlusion is established when the first molars erupt. At that time, one can evaluate the antero-posterior and transverse relationships of the occlusion, as well as discover any functional shifts or crossbites.
• Incisors have begun to erupt and problems can be detected such as crowding, habits, deep bites, open bites and some jaw discrepancies.
• For some, a timely evaluation will lead to significant treatment benefits; for others, the principal immediate benefit is a parent’s peace of mind.
The AAO does not advocate comprehensive orthodontic treatment at age 7.  However, interceptive treatment may be appropriate in the kinds of problems shown on the reverse. Final treatment decisions should be made among the parent, child’s dentist and orthodontist.
Resources:
• AAO website, mylifemysmile.org
• AAO members in your area.

Photo Courtesy of the American Association of Orthodontists

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7 Fun Facts about Orthodontics!

April3

7 Fun Facts about Orthodontics

 

 

 

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We Sponsor

December3

 

 

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November11

November 2013 winner for maintaining excellent oral hygiene during orthodontic treatment.
Picture taken at time of removal of braces.

 

Nicolette Nitis - Phase II Final - Intraoral anterior

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