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Family Dentistry Specialist

Reston Dental Center

Dentists & Periodontists located in Reston, VA

Regular dental care is important for your whole family. Dental maintenance not only helps prevent cavities but also improves overall health. The experienced oral health team at Reston Dental Center offers high-quality family dentistry at their Reston and Vienna, Virginia, offices. Whether it’s time for your child’s regular cleaning or you’re experiencing tooth pain, the team at Reston Dental Center can help. Call today or request an appointment online.

Family Dentistry Q & A

What is family dentistry?

Family dentistry is a dental specialty that provides expert oral care throughout all stages of life, from baby teeth to aging-related dental issues. In addition to managing general oral health needs, the experienced team at Reston Dental Center can also manage any dental concern you or a family member may have.

What types of services are offered with family dentistry?

Reston Dental Center is a full-service dental clinic that provides a wide range of treatments. In addition to cleanings and oral exams for children and adults, the dental clinic offers:

  • Root canal therapy
  • Emergency dentistry
  • Dental implants
  • Full mouth reconstruction
  • Tooth extraction

The team at Reston Dental Center also offer cosmetic dental treatments to improve your smile, including veneers and teeth whitening.

What can I expect during my initial visit?

The team at Reston Dental Center welcomes you with open arms when you come in for your first visit. You can expect your first visit at Reston Dental Center to take about an hour. Your dental care provider begins by asking questions about your oral health history and any specific concerns you may have about your teeth or gums.

After the initial interview, the dental hygienist conducts a thorough cleaning of your teeth to remove plaque and tartar. Then your dentist completes your oral health evaluation, which includes a visual check for cavities, as well as X-rays to look for other tooth or mouth issues. Your dentist also evaluates your gums and measures the space between your gums and teeth to assess for gum disease.

Your dental care provider spends a lot of time discussing preventive oral care with you, demonstrating proper at-home dental techniques to ensure your teeth stay as healthy as possible in between your dental visits.

Additionally, if your dental specialist finds an oral health issue that requires special dental care, they review the concern with you, as well as the necessary treatment that would provide you with the best results.

Your oral health is as important as your physical health. For comprehensive family dentistry from a compassionate team of oral health experts, call Reston Dental Center today or book an appointment online.