Are You Looking To Replace Missing Teeth, Eat Food With Ease, & Finally Be Confident In Your Smile Again?

Dr. Jamie LaViola has transformed the lives of thousands of Alexandria residents through implant treatment – improving their confidence and giving them the ability to eat comfortably again. Our facility houses some of the most advanced 3D technology to ensure your final dental implants last a lifetime.

Dr. Jamie LaViola Delivers World Class Implant Results Every Time

Dr. Jamie LaViola’s commitment to personal growth creates a rare opportunity for his patients. With thousands of hours of advanced education in the past 10 years, Dr. LaViola focused on bringing simple solutions to complex dental problems. Perfecting his skills while integrating cutting-edge innovations opens doors that many patients never knew existed. He offers the following implant treatments:

  • Single Dental Implants
  • Implant Retained Bridges
  • Implant Retained Dentures – OverDentures
  •  All-On-4™ Treatment – aka Teeth In A Day Procedure

When you work with our team, you can be rest assured that you’ll be taken care of throughout the entire process. Everything will be handled under one roof, making your visits convenient and your treatment exceptional.

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Learn how millions of Americans are replacing their teeth for life!

Patients no longer have to deal with low-quality temporary solutions like dentures, bridges, or partials. Dental implants are the new leading standard in tooth replacement options. They act and feel just like real teeth with an average lifespan of 20+ years.


Most traditional replacement solutions – like bridges or dentures – need to be replaced every 7 to 10 years resulting in hundreds of wasted dollars. Implants offer a long term solution for patients who want the best quality of life possible.


So, how do they work?

Every single dental implant consists of three parts – the implant, the abutment, & the crown. The implant is made of medical grade titanium. This part is surgically placed into the patient’s jaw bone and left to heal for 4-6 months afterwards.


This implant piece acts as the foundation for the rest of the tooth. Once the bone around the site has healed, the abutment and crown are placed on top of the implant. The end result is a beautiful, natural-looking new tooth!


Few people will ever be able to tell the difference between your implants and your real teeth.

We’re Trusted By Your Neighbors & Friends

Dr. LaViola has over 120 five-star reviews across all of his dental practices.

Ritha came to us wanting to replace her dentures with fixed full-arch implants.

Listen to what she had to say about her experience with us!

Read why our patients love us. We go above and beyond to deliver upon our promise of quality care.

Your Beautiful, Pain-Free Smile Transformation

Is Only One Call Away!

Replace A Single Missing Tooth, A Row Of Teeth, Or Your Full Mouth

 Call Us to Book Your $1 Consultation: 703- 549-3300

If you need dental implants, we understand that you want to look great, feel confident, and just get back to eating the foods you love. We’ve helped thousands of patients throughout this process. Take a look at our countless before & after’s below.

Our Patients Were In YOUR Same Shoes…

Every patient who has gotten their dental implants with us has had the same thoughts as you.

Will it be worth it? Can I trust the dentist? Can they deliver the results I want?

Here are what a few of our patients have to say about working with us.

Commonly Asked Questions

What makes dental implants so great?

Dental implants are the best way of replacing teeth because they utilize titanium. Titanium implants cannot decay and they fuse with the patient’s bone. Once an implant is placed, the patient’s bone “takes” the placement biologically, and it becomes a lifelong lasting root for a crown, bridge, or full arch. Another benefit of implants is that they preserve the jaw bone & prevent it from dwindling away.

Why can't I just get dentures instead?

As the patient, you will always have the final say on what dental procedure you want done. However, we do have to tell you all of the pro’s and con’s of each treatment type. While regular dentures may be more inexpensive upfront, they are a terrible tooth replacement option long term. The majority of regular denture patients turn out to hate their new teeth months later because they cause pain & discomfort. Additionally, regular dentures do not preserve the jaw bone like implants do.

Will my procedure hurt?

No! With the miracle of modern medicine, we can put you under during the operation to ensure that pain is not felt. The idea of getting implants is scary to many individuals because of this concern of pain. Any pain you would feel after the operation can be significantly reduced, if not fully mitigated with a doctor’s prescription of pain killers.