Governor Northam has given dental offices the green light to open starting the first of May.  Our plan is to open our pediatric and adult offices this coming Monday May 4. As dental professionals we are aware of the importance of dental health to overall physical well-being and believe we have an ethical responsibility to care for our patients. So we are very glad to begin caring for our community once again.

 Just the same we feel we have an obligation to offer patient care in a safe, infection-free environment. Our office has always given the utmost attention to infection control and now is no different.  We have been closely monitoring the guidance on keeping patients and staff safe from the American and Virginia Dental Associations, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the Virginia Department of Health, and the CDC .

Upon opening we will put in place additional measures to ensure your safety during the current pandemic. Due to these procedures you will find we are limiting your time in the office. You will need to wait outside the office before your appointment, answer health screens, and have your temperature taken. We have removed all  toys, books, magazines, pamphlets, and pens. We will also ask you to limit contact and keep social distance from staff. We are limiting who can accompany patients in the office. You will notice that our staff will be using additional protective equipment.  We ask for your understanding. Remember these measures are for your safety!

Contact Us Today!

We welcome you to pay us a visit. To schedule an appointment call (703) 671-KIDS or fill out our online appointment request form. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Sedation Dentistry


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