The Royal Care Dentistry team—a dentist, an orthodontist, and a dental assistant—help keep chompers healthy for the long run. Dr. Haghighi helps prevent dental decay and fix and painful issues that may arise, while Dr. Heller keeps patients' teeth looking perfect with Invisalign and other teeth-straightening options. Together they treat visitors of all ages, drawing upon years of experience and giving each patient lots of personal attention.
The doctors and staff at Gentle Dental Care & Orthodontic Care cover every corner of the dental spectrum with traditional preventive-care methods and a stable of high-tech apparatuses. The team's general tooth-healers keep smiles brightly beaming by purging plaque, tartar, and stowaway tooth fairies during regular cleanings, and exposing hidden cavities or gum disease with digital x-rays. Teeth in need of extra help can turn to the center's resident endodontist, periodontist, and orthodontist, all of whom specialize in restoring teeth with medical problems to a healthier state. During each appointment, dentists and their assistants consult with patients to ensure visitors go into treatment comfortable and familiar with their procedure. The offices of Gentle Dental Care & Orthodontic Care boast advanced equipment to enhance treatments such as tooth whitening, braces, and tooth implants, all of which stay safe and sterile with thorough sanitizing and bubble-wrap packaging.
Reston Center For Dentistry's Drs. Taimour Raja and Rabia Rafiq are so confident that you'll have little to no wait time at their boutique dental office that they've stocked the waiting room with only two chairs. That's not to imply that the waiting room is small. In fact, it's part of a spacious, loft-like space with floor-to-ceiling windows, modern decor, and a kids' area that comes with a bright-green table, stuffed animals, and invisible rocket ships. The waiting-room chairs are spaced apart by a pedestal table covered in magazines and sit atop a cream-colored shag carpet that lies underneath a candle-topped coffee table.
The dentists' dedication to modern times is present not only in the chic decor but also in their extensive arsenal of oral technology, including an intraoral camera. These tools come in handy as the dentists perform their extensive list of services, which range from children’s and family services to cosmetic treatments to sedation dentistry.
After earning her doctoral dental degree at Virginia Commonwealth University, Dr. Golnaz Miamee put roots down at Dental One Reston with the goal of making her patients feel comfortable. Each treatment room is outfitted with a TV and stereo headphones, which allow patients and their molars to get lost in a movie while she examines their mouths. She takes a gentle approach during routine checkups, and keeps communication flowing so that patients know what to expect from more intensive procedures such as root canals and dental implants. For those who experience dentist-visit anxiety, she offers sedation dentistry, calming their nerves with nitrous oxide and reassuring lullabies. She is also an expert in cosmetic dentistry, straightening and repairing smiles with Lumineers' natural-looking veneers and Invisalign's invisible teeth aligners.
Advanced cosmetic dentistry right in the heart of Herndon, where the doctors at New Horizons Dental Center have a comprehensive approach to your dental health and overall total body wellness. We provide patients with cutting edge technology.
Ever since she was little, Dr. Iman Ayoubi knew she wanted to follow in her grandfather's footsteps and be a dentist. Pursuing that dream with single-minded intensity, she graduated with honors from Washington University and attended the prestigious dental program at NYU. Now settled with her family in northern Virginia, she continues to keep her education up-to-date with continuing education in the latest dental techniques and technology. Her office's high-tech instruments include soft-tissue lasers to help treat periodontal disease with minimal trauma to the gums, and shrink rays to send teams of miners into mouths to pick away plaque.