Dr. Dr. Zeyad Mady, DDS, FAGD
Dentist | General Practice8101 Hinson Farm Road 114 Alexandria VA, 22306
Dr. Mady has multiple offices in the Northern Virginia Area. His first dental degree was a Bachelor of Dental Medicine and Surgery (BDS) in 1999,. Various clinical rotations to follow, then he went on to practice all aspects of dentistry to remote and underserved populations for several years. He then earned his second degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 2006 from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Mady has had advanced dental training in various aspects of dentistry including Orthodontics and Dental implants. He has maintained an average of 100+ advanced dental continuing education seminars and courses every year while in private practice. He is a graduate of numerous advanced dental institutes including; The Dawson Academy, United States Dental Institute and Georgia Regents University / Maxi Implant course of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Dr. Mady is also a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD), and a Fellow of the international college of Implantologists (FICOI). Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) Member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) Member of the American Dental Association (ADA) Member of the Northern Virginia Dental Society (NVDS) Member of the Virginia Dental Association (VDA) Member of the Virginia Academy of Comprehensive Dentistry Member of the Alexandria Dental Society Member of the Chicago Dental Society (CDS)
Education and Training
University of Illinois At Chicago DDS 2006
Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, Egypt BDS 1999
Dr. Dr. Zeyad Mady, DDS, FAGD's Expert Contributions
According to the American College of Radiology, no single diagnostic x-ray has a radiation dose significant enough to cause adverse effects in a developing embryo or fetus. According to the ADA and ACOG, having dental X-rays during your pregnancy is considered safe with appropriate shielding. Suggestions for addressing your pregnancy and dental work needs: The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends pregnant women eat a balanced diet, brush their teeth thoroughly with an ADA-approved fluoride toothpaste twice a day, and floss daily. Have preventive exams and cleanings during your pregnancy. Let your dentist know you are pregnant. Postpone non-emergency dental work until the second trimester or after delivery, if possible. Elective procedures should be postponed until after the delivery. Maintain healthy circulation by keeping your legs uncrossed while you sit in the dentist’s chair. Take a pillow to help keep you and the baby more comfortable. Bring headphones and some favorite music. READ MORE
Depending on the initial presentation of the cavity that was filled, you may experience some post operative discomfort. If the tooth continues to hurt after a week see your dentist to check the filling. Very commonly the bite is high and may simply be in need of adjustment. Symptoms of a filling that hurts should last no longer that 90 days. READ MORE
YES! Fluoride treatments at the dentist are absolutely worth it. For both Adults and Children, Fluoride not only helps prevent cavities but also reduces any sensitivity and acts as a barrier to any bacteria from growing. The best time it can be used is right after the cleaning which allows better application and absorption by your teeth. READ MORE
The best way to close a gap between your teeth is to get your teeth closer to each other. (ex. Braces, Invisalign). If that is not an option, using materials to add to the teeth to close the gap is the next step. We typically use either bondings (White fillings) or veneers (porcelain facings). Talk to your Dentist about what would work for your situation. READ MORE
YES. Gum infections can spread to a lot of places in the body. recent studies have linked a strong correlation between some medical conditions such as Diabetes and heart problems with gum diseases. Also a link exists between gum disease and pregnancy complications. your best defense is to routinely see your dentist for regular checkups and hygiene appointments. READ MORE
A dental abscess can appear in many forms. There are various signs and symptoms of dental abscesses. Early acute signs may display pain, swelling or redness in the area. Sometimes an unexplained low grade fever . Typically not visible on x-rays at its early stages. More advanced Chronic abscesses show up on x-rays. READ MORE
A dental infection can spread to other areas in the mouth if not treated effectively. To prevent that, the cause of the infection much be treated properly and routinely monitored for any recurrence. READ MORE
- Fellowship 2012 Academy of General Dentistry
- Fellowship 2015 International College of Oral Implantologists
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- Plaque Attack: Habits That Lead to Plaque Formation
It goes without saying that good habits are the key for healthy teeth without plaque. Richard Price, DMD, spokesman for the American Dental Association, says that having teeth without plaque is easy. One needs to be consistent with healthy habits to have the best results.Plaque is a film of bacteria...
- What Are the Best Home Remedies for Dry Mouth?
Ever felt your mouth suddenly going dry and the need to reach for some water to get rid of the dryness? This is a condition that may occur to you frequently. It is called, fittingly enough, dry mouth. Dry mouth is a condition that can occur due to reduced amounts of saliva in the mouth. Dry mouth is...
- What is a Tooth Abscess?
A tooth abscess refers to the accumulation of pus caused by a bacterial infection at the root of the tooth or between the tooth and gum. Abscess at the tip of the root is known as periapical abscess, while those found in the gums are referred to as periodontal abscesses. Tooth abscesses should be...
- When Should I Replace My Toothbrush?
A toothbrush is not as clean as we think, and harbors more than 100 million bacteria, according to researchers at the University of Manchester in England. This includes E. coli bacteria, which cause diarrhea, and staphylococci bacteria, which cause skin infections. “This condition is the same as...
- Floss Your Teeth the Right Way
Alla Wheeler, RDH, MPA, associate professor of the Dental Hygiene Program at the New York University School of Dentistry, says that since the results of flossing are not immediate, most people do not think that the technique actually works.In reality, this is the best technique, as it does...
- Do I need to get my Wisdom Teeth Pulled?
Wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical procedure used to remove one or more of the adult teeth present at the back of the mouth. It is usually done by an oral surgeon or a dentist. It is often done by opening the gum tissue over the tooth and then taking out the bone covering the tooth. The tissue...
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