107 E. Holly Avenue, Suite 5 Sterling, VA 20164
Arka Family Dental

Roja Vemula, DDS

703.430.6655

Geriatric Dentistry

Dental Implant Restorations

One of the reasons dental implants have become so popular for dental restoration is that they look like and feel like natural teeth. But just like your natural teeth, dental implants can need repair. They can become loose, get chipped or need replacement. At Arka Family Dental we offer both dental implant restoration and repairs…

Dental Bridges

Have you lost one or more teeth over the years, leaving gaps in your beautiful smile? These windows in your otherwise solid smile can make you less confident – some people even stop smiling altogether, feeling embarrassed due to their missing teeth. At Arka Family Dental we want to see you smile! Dental bridges can…

Sleep Apnea Treatment

Do you wake up tired even after a full night’s rest or has your partner complained about your snoring? It is possible you may have sleep apnea. It is estimated that over 12 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, which is a cessation of breathing while asleep. The condition can cause you to wake frequently…

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

While it is common to need restorative dentistry on one or two teeth at a time, there are also situations that require your entire smile to be restored. If you need a full mouth rehabilitation, you’ve come to the right place. At Ashley Dinh, DDS, PC we offer an expansive menu of general, restorative and…

Cracked Tooth Repair

Did you know that your teeth are some of the strongest bones in your body? The enamel protecting your teeth is the hardest substance in your entire body, meant to keep your teeth intact for a lifetime. However, life can take its toll on your teeth, even with general dental care and healthy habits. Acidic…

Periodontal Therapy

Have you been diagnosed with periodontitis? Gingivitis, the first form of gum disease can become more serious if left untreated, resulting in severe periodontal disease. As your gums recede from the infection and inflammation, you can experience bone loss in your jaw that can eventually cause teeth to become loose, even fall out. As part…

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