If you live in Chesterfield County and are in need of a general and cosmetic dentist for your entire family, then come visit us at our Midlothian office. Our office is conveniently located in Colony Crossing, just off of Charter Colony Parkway. Our professional and friendly staff are ready to take care of you and your family’s dental needs.
Our Services Include:
Your smile is important to us. As a comprehensive dental care provider, we are proud to offer orthodontic services at our Midlothian and Forest Hill Offices. If you or your family members are in need of an Invisalign treatment, please call our Midlothian or Forest Hill Office today to schedule a consultation.
Meet Our Team
He is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the American Dental Association, the Virginia Dental Association, and the Richmond Dental Society. He also gives back to the community through local Mission of Mercy projects in Virginia. Outside of dentistry, he enjoys spending time with his family and staying active outdoors.
Prepare For Your First Visit
Your initial dentist appointment at our Midlothian, VA location will typically consist of a comprehensive examination by one of our doctors, a periodontal (gum) evaluation by a dental hygienist, x-rays if appropriate, and a review of your treatment options and associated costs. If you are currently experiencing pain or need a dental emergency, please contact the location nearest you, and we’ll schedule you for a problem-focused exam with one of our doctors to immediately address this concern.
We can’t wait to meet you, so to make your first visit as successful and easy as possible, please bring the following documents with you when you arrive at our office:
- Your insurance information so we can help estimate any out of pocket costs
- Any x-rays taken by a previous dentist, if applicable
- A list of medications you are presently taking
- A completed copy of our your medical history
IMPORTANT: All patients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please alert the office if you have a medical condition that may be of concern prior to treatment (diabetes, high blood pressure, artificial heart valves and joints, rheumatic fever, etc.) or if you are currently taking any medication (heart medications, aspirin, anticoagulant therapy, medications for osteoporosis, etc.)