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Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery is a leading surgical practice with convenient offices in Burke, Reston, and Alexandria, Virginia. The practice is a proud three-time winner of the Angie’s List Super Service Award and was recently voted as a top dentist by Northern Virginia Magazine. 

The team of board-certified surgeons at Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery are all leading experts in their field with unparalleled training. The surgical staff and administrative personnel are well-versed in all aspects of ambulatory oral and maxillofacial surgery and have the skills and knowledge to ensure a safe, effective, and pleasant surgical experience for patients. 

Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery provides a full scope of services, including corrective jaw surgery, wisdom tooth removal, dental implants, All-on-4® implants, bone grafting, and sinus lifts, as well as diagnosis and treatment for facial pain and injuries, including TMJ. They also utilize platelet-rich plasma for faster healing. For procedures, general anesthesia and IV sedation are available for patients.

The practice also offers cosmetic treatments like Botox®, Latisse®, fillers, and Kybella® for those looking to improve their appearance beyond their smile.

Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery believes that good dental care should be accessible to everyone, and are one of the few surgery practices in the Northern Virginia area that accepts insurance.

The team looks forward to welcoming new patients and continuing to care for their returning clients. Appointment scheduling is available over the phone or with the online booking tool.

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Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery

Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery is a leading surgical practice with convenient offices in Burke, Reston, and Alexandria, Virginia. The practice is a proud three-time winner of the Angie’s List Super Service Award and was recently voted as a top dentist by Northern Virginia Magazine. 

The team of board-certified surgeons at Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery are all leading experts in their field with unparalleled training. The surgical staff and administrative personnel are well-versed in all aspects of ambulatory oral and maxillofacial surgery and have the skills and knowledge to ensure a safe, effective, and pleasant surgical experience for patients. 

Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery provides a full scope of services, including corrective jaw surgery, wisdom tooth removal, dental implants, All-on-4® implants, bone grafting, and sinus lifts, as well as diagnosis and treatment for facial pain and injuries, including TMJ. They also utilize platelet-rich plasma for faster healing. For procedures, general anesthesia and IV sedation are available for patients.

The practice also offers cosmetic treatments like Botox®, Latisse®, fillers, and Kybella® for those looking to improve their appearance beyond their smile.

Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery believes that good dental care should be accessible to everyone, and are one of the few surgery practices in the Northern Virginia area that accepts insurance.

The team looks forward to welcoming new patients and continuing to care for their returning clients. Appointment scheduling is available over the phone or with the online booking tool.


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