Virginia Dental Care

703-276-1010 Located 2 blocks from Ballston METRO STATION

Open MON - FRI From 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Open MON - FRI From 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Restorative Dental Care

Let us maintain and restore your dream smile!

Having a beautiful smile, proper dental hygiene, and complete and perfect oral health should not be a complicated task. Various techniques and treatment modalities are available to show off the best smiles. At Virginia Dental Care, we are aware of this and offer you all kinds of treatments and the latest news on oral health issues.

A lot can change in your teeth during your life, which can cause problems. Sometimes these problems can also be congenital. With the help of restorative dental treatment, your teeth’ shape, function, and aesthetics can be restored. First of all, it must be understood how the problems in the teeth arose, after which an analysis and a plan can be made on how the teeth can be restored sustainably. During and after your first consultation, we will discuss all the options before starting the treatment. Your wishes always come first.
Restorative dentistry uses all disciplines of dentistry, from cosmetic dentistry to porcelain or composite veneers, crowns and bridges, (plastic) gum surgery, implants, orthodontics, and root canal treatments. At our clinic, we have specialists under one roof to fully practice restorative dental care.

Restorative Dentistry Procedures

At Virginia Dental Care, we give several options for people who are missing teeth or whose natural teeth have been badly damaged by chips, cracks, and other problems. Missing or broken teeth can hurt your self-esteem as well as your ability to bite and chew, and they can also make your mouth work less well. Our dentists use the most advanced methods and tools to improve the function and appearance of your teeth, which can eventually help you feel more confident about your smile. Let’s look at a few procedures that help us renew and refresh your smile.

Dental fillings

The most frequent dental restorative procedures are dental fillings, at the top of the list. Dentists use fillings to restore the sections of your teeth that have rotted due to dental caries (commonly known as cavities). Amalgam, porcelain, gold, silver, and other materials can all be used to make fillings. Additionally, they are utilized to level tooth surfaces to enhance biting and eating. Once in place, most patients will experience a considerable reduction in their discomfort or full eradication of it.



We are dedicated to enhancing and preserving your sensational smile.

Our daily practice is woven together with quality and creativity. The patient is at the center of all research, along with clinical practice and training for dentists. Our services have grown rapidly in recent years. We continue to invest in cutting-edge equipment, including digital oral scanners, CAD/CAM technology, digital prosthetics, and improved oral imaging methods.

Dental Bridges 

An artificial tooth made of ceramic or another sturdy material is inserted during this treatment to cover the space left by your missing natural tooth. Dental bridges assist in filling in any gaps in your smile, restoring a healthy bite, maintaining speech, and preventing adjacent teeth from sliding into the empty space. If you practice dental hygiene and go to the dentist for regular checkups, you can have them for the rest of your life.

Dental crowns

A dental crown can help you get your tooth back to its ideal size, shape, and strength if it has been broken, decaying, cracked, or otherwise compromised. Simply said, crowns are hollow caps made to fit your tooth’s shape and secured in place with cement. While ceramic or gold can be used to create crowns, many patients prefer porcelain fused to metal crowns for their long-lasting resilience and a realistic appearance that complements their natural teeth.

Dental Implant

Dental implants can significantly enhance your bite’s function while also improving your smile’s appearance if lost teeth are badly affecting your personal and professional lives. Dental implants make it simple for you to eat, speak, brush, and floss since they are made to feel, look and operate just like natural teeth. Each dental implant is attached to the jaw to look like a natural tooth’s root. It is then covered with a permanent crown that matches the rest of your teeth.