You are invited to join a practice where your health and comfort are our priority!

 


We know that healthy patients are happy patients.  That is why at Bright Life Dentistry, nothing brings us more joy than helping you achieve and maintain oral health.  In our Virginia Beach, Virginia practice, we specialize in preventive and cosmetic dentistry, and offfer a wide range of services that include everything from basic oral health care to the resolution of complex dental problems such as missing or crooked teeth, a bad bite or TMJ problems. Our goal is to listen to your concerns and help you maintain or improve your current health, allowing you to experience comfort, ideal function and a natural appearance that will be a big part of your health and happiness for the rest of your life.

We invite you to become one of our healthy patients. After a thorough evaluation of your unique concerns and condition, together you and Dr. Roxzanne Amos can develop a custom plan toward your best health ever.  Looking at your dental health condition holistically allows us to design a plan to conservatively solve your current problems and maintain oral health from now on. 
 

You are invited to call or drop us an email today. We would love to meet you!

You can contact us at (757) 486-7100 or Lindsay@brightlifedentistry.com

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Doughnuts!

January 16, 2013 | Posted Nutrition | Be the first one to comment.

This week while seeing a patient for an examination during their six month recare visit with our hygienist Karen, I asked the patient how they kept their mouth in such great shape. (Doesn’t everyone wish their dentist would say that to them?) Our patient said in response that he stayed away from donuts. I asked him what they meant by that.  He replied that he knew that sugar causes tooth decay and he did not want that, so he limited his treats to twice a year -once every six months on the same day he has his cleaning appointment.  While most of us don’t exercise the same incredible discipline with our sugar intake, I am curious how many people really understand that tooth decay (cavities) is certainly related to our diet.  As my patient reminded me this week, less sugar = less tooth decay!