White Oak | 4501 S Laburnum Ave, Suite 540
(804) 737-2403

Sandston | 43 West Williamsburg Road
(804) 737-7402

Mechanicsville | 7575 Cold Harbor Rd Suite 1C
(804) 730-1424

Dental Services in Richmond, VA


We can catch any issues before they become a problem

Patients who commit to routine preventive dental care typically experience fewer oral health problems over time. Semi-annual professional cleanings allow us to take a proactive approach to your dental health. Your dental hygienist uses special tools to remove excess plaque and tartar from the teeth. Once your teeth are tartar free, your hygienist will gently polish the teeth to remove surface stains. They will also look for any signs of gingivitis and may give you a few hygiene tips to help improve your smile health.

Fluoride is a natural mineral that is often referred to as nature’s cavity fighter. This amazing mineral strengthens the tooth’s enamel, making it more resistant to tooth decay. Using fluoride toothpaste and drinking fluoridated water are great practices to ensure you intake a sufficient amount of fluoride daily. Professional fluoride treatments are also an effective method to fight against tooth decay, strengthen enamel, and help  children develop healthy teeth.

Early detection and treatment of oral cancer can significantly increase your chances of a quick and complete recovery. Oral cancer can afflict anyone although tobacco users put themselves at significantly higher risk than non-users. At every hygiene visit, we examine all the tissues of your mouth including gums, cheeks, lips, tongue, and jaw. If we suspect any unusual changes in your mouth tissue, we may suggest a biopsy and microscopic analysis by a qualified lab.


We can restore your teeth to perfect health

Sometimes teeth are damaged because of cavities, heavy bite forces, or trauma. If a root canal is needed to salvage a compromised nerve, the tooth may be very fragile after treatment. Dental crowns, or caps, allow these teeth to be rebuilt and covered with materials that mimic nature. Crowns can be crafted to repair a single tooth or multiple teeth. They can also be used in conjunction with dental implants to fill a space. 

Dental fillings are one of the most common procedures in dentistry. In this routine treatment, we will inject an anesthetic near the tooth to numb the area. Then, we will remove any decay present in the area and fill in the space with a dental restoration material. 

Dental implants feel and function like natural teeth and last a lifetime. Unlike removable dentures, dental implants are a permanent solution. Many patients do not even notice a difference between their replacement teeth and natural teeth. Dental implants allow patients to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

Dentures are an affordable way to replace any number of missing teeth. They have a long history of success, and over 40 million Americans rely on dentures to maintain oral function. Dentures are removable substitutes for missing teeth. Full dentures are used when a person is missing all their natural teeth, while partial dentures replace only a few missing teeth to eliminate gaps and improve oral functions. Denture treatment is customized to each patient’s specific needs. Our team can help you decide which option works best for your smile.

Teeth sometimes need to be removed to protect your health. Our team will take every step to help you. Your well-being always takes priority in any treatment decision. Some patients prefer sedation to help with oral surgery, and we can review these options in your treatment plan. Our team will take every measure to make sure even minor surgical procedures are as comfortable as possible.

Toothaches are a vivid reminder that teeth aren’t just pieces of hard tissue floating around in the gums. They are intricately formed sensory organs with layers of dentin and enamel protecting a living pulp. Coursing through the tooth’s pulp is a vital bundle of nerves and blood vessels providing nutrients and sensation to each tooth. Root canals are the most common way to treat problemed pulp. We will remove the pulp and carefully clean out the canal. The space that is used to hold the pulp is then filled and sealed. Afterward, a crown or a restorative structure will be placed on the treated tooth to protect it and allow normal function. You may experience slight pain and discomfort for a few days after your root canal.


Your dream smile is closer than you think.

Veneers are the ultimate combination of dental art and science, handcrafted and customized to fit your smile. These paper-thin pieces of porcelain bond to the outside of your natural teeth. Veneers can hide tough stains, and chipped teeth, fill in unwanted gaps, and can even make misaligned teeth look straighter. Our team will work with you to design your veneers to your exact specifications.

Teeth whitening removes years of dingy stains from your teeth. Coffee, tea, wine, tobacco, and chocolate can dull tooth enamel. Simple and safe, most patients don’t realize how discolored their teeth are until they see a new smile emerge. Professional whitening treatments can be performed in the office or we can send you home with a custom whitening kit so you can brighten your smile from the comfort of your home.

For ultimate camouflage, tray or aligner systems offer a modern straightening method. A series of clear plastic trays are made using 3D digital models of your teeth. Medical-grade plastic without wires, metal, springs, or rubber bands gently move your teeth into place. Continuous pressure on specific teeth with each aligner means less discomfort and, in many cases, shortened treatment times.

Oral Condition Treatment

Conservative care for optimal oral, and overall, wellness

Veneers are the ultimate combination of dental art and science, handcrafted and customized to fit your smile. These paper-thin pieces of porcelain bond to the outside of your natural teeth. Veneers can hide tough stains, and chipped teeth, fill in unwanted gaps, and can even make misaligned teeth look straighter. Our team will work with you to design your veneers to your exact specifications.

Researchers estimate that more than 12 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea. Most cases are still undiagnosed and can contribute to diabetes, high blood pressure, hypertension, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, and traffic accidents related to drowsy driving. Dentistry serves a vital role in treating this silent epidemic. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends oral appliances as primary therapy for the treatment of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea and for patients with severe sleep apnea who can’t tolerate CPAP treatment.

If you’re waking up with a sore jaw or headaches, you may be grinding your teeth at night. Teeth grinding is a subconscious habit that affects about 10% of the population. In many cases, the abrasive action occurs only during sleep and for only a few seconds at a time. Waking up with a sore jaw or a morning headache are common signs of nighttime grinding. Jaw muscles are, ounce for ounce, the strongest in the body, which means they can do a lot of unnecessary damage. A custom oral appliance can protect your excessive wear. 


One stop dental care for the whole family

Sealants dramatically reduce the number of cavities that may develop during childhood. Deep grooves run into the center of the teeth on the chewing surface of the molars. If the grooves in permanent molars are sealed at a young age, the risk of decay developing on the chewing surfaces dramatically decreases. The sealant material fills in the grooves to create a smooth surface and make the biting surface easier for little ones to clean. The resin material flowed over the grooves is quickly sealed with a blue activating light. Within a few minutes, your child’s teeth are protected against cavities. Sealants last several years and may need to be repaired or replaced periodically. But research confirms a 90% reduction in tooth decay along the chewing surface in sealed molars. 

Following the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, we suggest infants should come in for their first oral exam between the ages of six months to one year old. Our team will review proper diet, age-appropriate hygiene, and go over pacifier use to make sure your child’s oral health starts strong and stays strong.

If your child needs restorative treatment in the form of a filling or crown, we will create a custom treatment plan for your child and review all treatment options with you before treatment begins. Our team will ensure that your child stays comfortable throughout their appointment and provide the best care possible to them.

It’s estimated that over 20 million children take part in one after-school sport or another. With that amount of children engaging in sports and other activities like skiing, gymnastics, and martial arts, there is a higher chance of injury. Did you know that up to 20% of these injuries are due to fractured or otherwise damaged teeth? Our team can create a sports mouthguard for your child to protect their smile. After an impression of your child’s teeth is taken, they will fabricate a new mouthguard molded to custom-fit their unique smile.

Start your smile journey today

Not seeing the service you’re looking for? We probably offer it. Give us a call at any of our locations to find out.

White Oak: (804) 737-2403

Sandston: (804) 737-7402

Mechanicsville: (804) 730-1424

What Our Patients Say

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Always a pleasure to see them
"Great Dentists and team! Always a pleasure to see them. Everyone is very friendly and always make sure you're very comfortable. They make sure you know what is covered by insurance vs. what you may need to pay."

- Isabella L.

My first visit was awesome
"Seven Pines is amazing dentistry my first visit was awesome. To all the staff. What an amazing experience with the knowledge for every comfortable facility beautiful facility by the way the expertise and the up-to-date technology. I look forward to getting my dental work done with the seven Pines dental team. I can’t wait so to all who see this post. I recommend seven Pine dentistry my first experience. Was all I needed to see I recommend this dentistry."

- Trevor W.

I will definitely be going back!
"I came to Seven Pines Dental Group because of an issue I had had with a previous dentist’s work that had been plaguing me for at least two years. It was my first time visiting their facility and I was so pleased! The staff was so nice, and my dentist and hygienist were amazing! Although they were extremely busy and short staffed, they took the time to make sure I was no longer in pain! I will definitely be going back!"

- Francine W.

I look forward to my appointments
"Seven Pines Dental is Totally Awesome! I’ve been going there for over a year now. I usually don’t like writing reviews but they really deserve one. The atmosphere, the staff and the work is Great!! They are all so professional. The cosmetic work that I had done looks Amazing and that is without breaking the bank!!!! I love my new smile and I look forward to all my appointments. I’ve already given them 3 patient referrals because of their outstanding work. If you are looking for a Great Dentist, please go to Seven Pines here at White Oak!!!!! You will be very pleased. I heard that the other location is great too but I have to brag about where I get my great service!"

- Melissa M.

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