Reflection - Little River provides quality dental care for Alexandria, Virginia and the surrounding communities. Our goal is your smile, so we always strive to provide the best service and dental care that we can.
We understand that coming to see the dentist can be nerve-wracking. At Reflection - Little River, we designed our office to keep our patients in a peaceful state-of-mind. The cool décor and modern technology, accompanied by our caring staff, creates a tranquil feeling and you can rest assured knowing that you will be comfortable and cared for.
Reflection - Little River wants to provide the best for our patients, so we make sure our team receives the best training. We complete a series of continuing education courses to keep us up-to-date on the latest dental techniques and industry standards. Because of our advanced training, we can answer any questions you may have on the recommended treatment options for your care.
Our philosophy at Reflection - Little River is to provide dental care that will be in your best interest now and in the years to come so you have a smile that will last a lifetime! Remember, healthy teeth and gums equal better whole body health.
Regular cleanings and preventative care are the main reasons we want to see you. We hope to stop issues and tooth decay before they start. However, in the event that there is an issue, Reflection - Little River is equipped with a highly-skilled staff and state-of-the-art tools to cover your every dental need. We promise to keep you smiling!
The invisalign system was created as an alternative to traditional braces. Invisalign is a clear aligner, which makes them mostly transparent on the teeth. They are made of a firm plastic like material, which gradually aligns your teeth over a period of time. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign fits right over the teeth and pulls them together from all angles, allowing for not only more of a snug fit over the teeth, but also a more encompassing adjustment.
The invisalign treatment is advantageous for those who wish to have their teeth aligned without wearing traditional braces, which obviously are made of extensive, visible, metal wiring. Our dentist our experts in carrying out this procedure.
Zoom In Office Teeth Whitening
Zoom In Office teeth whitening is a highly requested dental procedure performed in our office. The procedure occurs as our dentist applies a clear, whitening gel to your teeth, and afterward uses an ultraviolet light that focuses directly on your teeth. The light quickens the action of the gel, which is of a hydrogen peroxide consistency, that gradually whitens the teeth. During this treatment, the upper layer of enamel on the teeth, as well as the inner stains, are considerably cleared without damage to the teeth. This procedure is a quick, simple process that can be performed “in office” during each of your dental appointments..
When it comes to basic dental procedures, teeth cleaning is the most commonly performed. This is due to majority of dental treatments requiring the teeth to be cleaned first, before the rest of the procedure can continue.
Have you noticed a dullness or discoloration to your teeth? Teeth whitening treatments are a popular cosmetic procedure that many people receive in order to remove surface stains from their teeth. The teeth whitening procedure here at our office is just as quick and easy but more importantly efficient.
Cure Abscess: Abscessed Tooth Treatment
An abscessed tooth occurs when the part of the tooth which touches the gums, or the gums themselves, get infected and pus accumulates inside. This is an infection that can spread to the base of the tooth, and cause further problems if a dentist does not treat it within its earliest stages. The causes of an abscessed tooth include poor dental hygiene, not properly brushing and flossing, and general bacteria in the mouth.
Our dentist can treat and cure abscess in a tooth or teeth, and well as provide expertise tips in preventing dental infections.
Dental crowns are considered the solution for many dental issues. They are used as a replacement for the natural surface of a tooth, which may have deteriorated, weakened over time, or had been removed due to surgery. Some procedures that lead to needing dental crowns include:
Root canal treatment, since it often requires a significant portion of the tooth to be removed
Chipped or broken teeth which are immediately visible while smiling or talking
Weaker and damage-prone teeth at risk of breaking if not protected
Dental cosmetic reasons
During your dental appointment, we provide quality dental care, ensuring stress-free, comfortable treatment. We have an outstanding dentist and staff on board, ready to take care of you and answer any questions.