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At Dental Center Virginia, we are dedicated to providing top-quality preventative, cosmetic, and restorative dental care. Incorporating the latest information in dental medicine, we strive to achieve the best results possible for all of our patients in a caring environment.


There are different ways to whiten your teeth, from over the counter Crest strips to in-office professional bleaching. We offer three ways to whiten your teeth: in-office whitening, custom molded take home trays or combination of the first two.


Bonding is a cosmetic procedure done to change the appearance of your teeth. It can be used to change the shape or color, as well as close gaps between teeth. Bonding is a less expensive alternative to veneers, and can last 5 to 10 years.


Do your teeth need to be restored, but you’re concerned that the restoration color won’t match? Our office is amalgam free. We use composite fillings to make teeth look natural. Tooth colored restoration using composite fillings can be done in a single visit.


Sometimes due to trauma to the tooth, its color can change and that single tooth becomes very dark. There are different ways to correct single tooth discoloration. Veneers or bonding can cover the entire surface of the tooth, making it look like the adjacent teeth. However if the tooth has had a root canal procedure in the past, we also offer a less aggressive approach, which doesn’t require removal of the tooth structure, called internal tooth whitening.


Veneers are an excellent way to improve stained or crooked teeth, including those with discolored fillings. Porcelain veneers, bonded to the surfaces of your teeth, have a longer life expectancy then composite restorations, and are resistant to staining from food.

Crowns & Bridges

A crown is a restoration that covers tooth and restores it to its original size and shape. When a tooth is severely damaged by decay, fracture, had prior root canal therapy or has had too many fillings, it becomes necessary to put a crown on this tooth. The crown helps to save the tooth, as well as strengthens it. Crowns can be gold, porcelain or porcelain fused to metal.

Root Canal Therapy

Root Canal Therapy

When the interior tissue of a tooth becomes infected, it puts the tooth at risk and often results in pain. Root Canal Therapy becomes necessary to save the tooth. During the procedure, infected tissue is removed, and the inside of the tooth is cleaned, disinfected, and sealed.


A denture is a removable prosthesis replacing missing teeth. It can be taken out of the mouth and put back in. Dentures can be complete or partial. In the case of partial denture, some natural teeth are still present in the mouth. If all teeth are missing, a complete denture will be required. New denture wearers may temporarily experience speech difficulty, an increased salivary flow, as well as a slight change in facial appearance.


Dental implants are components in the shape of the root of the tooth. Each implant is surgically placed into the jaw bone to support dental prosthesis such as crowns, bridges or dentures. Implants are an excellent solution for replacing missing teeth.

I’m always afraid to visit a dentist or get work done on my teeth but after I visited Dr. Gary Kaye to get a tooth extracted, all my fears are gone. When I arrived at the office, I was really impressed with how clean and calming the environment felt. The staff is very professional, kind, very friendly and we’re willing to help and explain the process of what’s about to happen.

Dawn RodgersVirginia Cityzen

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