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Nova Dental Partners Provides Community With Free Dentistry in Lake Ridge

December 2nd, 2017

On Saturday, November 4th doctors Kamran and Kambiz Tavakkoli and their experienced team hosted a Free Dentistry Day at their Lake Ridge, Woodbridge dental practice, providing nearly 50 patients without dental insurance with nearly $30K worth of dental services including routine exams, cleanings, fillings and extractions.

Free Dentistry Day events help the growing number of people who can not afford dental care. About 74 million Americans had no dental coverage in 2016, according to the National Association of Dental Plans.

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"We were absolutely thrilled to have been able to provide dental services to uninsured or underinsured and low income people in our community. We could not have done this without the help of our amazing staff who volunteered their time to make sure people in our community got the dental care they needed." says Kamran Tavakkoli, D.M.D. co-founder and dentist at Nova Dental Partners.

About Nova Dental Partners

Dr. Kamran and Kambiz Tavakkoli are the founders of Nova Dental Partners with four practice locations in Woodbridge and Alexandria.  The Tavakkoli brothers are leading dentists in Northern Virginia and have gained a reputation of excellence in the dental community.. They are experts in general and cosmetic dentistry and are certified providers of Invisalign and Lumineers.

Nova Dental Partners Supports Knock Out Abuse Against Women Organization

November 5th, 2017

On November 2nd, Knock Out Abuse Against Women, a D.C., based organization that for the last 24 years has actively promoted awareness and raised money to combat domestic abuse, hosted the 24th Annual Knock Out Abuse Against Women Gala at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington D.C.  

Nova Dental Partners was proud to donate Invisalign services to their silent auction. “We are delighted to be able to donate our time and services to help raise funds that will help benefit victims of domestic abuse. As husbands with daughters we’re particularly proud to be able to help this important organization raise funds and awareness for women and children whose lives have been shattered by abuse, poverty and homelessness.” says Kambiz Tavakkoli, D.M.D and co-founder of Nova Dental Partners.

Since 1993, Knock Out Abuse Against Women has raised over $9 million dollars to aid victims of domestic violence. To learn more about Knock Out Abuse Against Women please visit their website.

Nova Dental Partners in Lake Ridge to Provide Free Dentistry Day for Community

October 10th, 2017

We are thrilled to announce that doctors Kamran and Kambiz Tavakkoli and their experienced team will provide a Free Dentistry Day to the first 100 patients on Saturday, November 4th, 2017 at our Lake Ridge office. The services provided will be routine exams, cleanings, fillings and extractions.

This Free Dentistry Day event is being held for the growing number of people who cannot afford dental care. About 74 million Americans had no dental coverage in 2016, according to the National Association of Dental Plans.

Nova Dental Partners Free Dental Day

We are absolutely thrilled to be able to provide dental services to uninsured or underinsured and low income people in our community. We cannot do this without the help of our amazing staff who will be volunteering their time to make sure people in our community get the dental care they need.

This one day special event will be held at the Nova Dental Partners office in Lake Ridge located at 12500 Lake Ridge Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22192. Dentistry will be offered on a first come first serve basis to the first 100 patients and pre-registration is appreciated by calling the practice at (703) 494-3176.

Any patient in need of dental care is welcome to attend. Patients are asked to dress appropriately for the weather as individuals may be asked to wait outside. Space is limited so we ask patients to arrive early to ensure you will be seen.

We also ask that you please share this information with people and agencies around our community that work with individuals who desperately need dental care to help us get the word out.

About Nova Dental Partners

Dr. Kamran and Kambiz Tavakkoli are the founders of Nova Dental Partners with three practice locations in Mount Vernon, Alexandria, Old Town, Alexandria and Lake Ridge in Woodbridge.  The Tavakkoli brothers are leading dentists in Northern Virginia and have gained a reputation of excellence in the dental community.. They are experts in general and cosmetic dentistry and are certified providers of Invisalign and Lumineers.

Nova Dental Partners and MOM Volunteers Treat People in Need at Special Olympics in Richmond

June 22nd, 2017

On June 9th and 10th, fifteen hundred champions went for gold in bocce, swimming, softball, track & field, bowling, and tennis showcasing some of Richmond’s top talent during Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics at the University of Richmond.

Dr. Kamran Tavakkoli and Dr. Kambiz Tavakkoli and members of the team from Nova Dental Partners went to the University of Richmond on June 10th, where they volunteered dental services as part of The Mission of Mercy program. The Mission of Mercy (MOM) projects are conducted in identified, underserved areas of Virginia where there are not enough dental practitioners to adequately address the oral health needs of the community.

“We had such a great day in Richmond helping the local community with their oral health needs. Community service is our social responsibility and we are committed to contributing our time and services to our community whenever possible. I’m personally very proud to be a part of this wonderful program. ” said Dr. Kamran Tavakkoli.

Dr. Kamran and Dr. Kambiz instructed and performed extractions and composite restorations.  They also spent a lot of time screening patients to customize individual treatment plans. The hygiene team provided assistance with cleanings and fluoride treatments.  The Nova Dental Partners team and MOM volunteers treated approximately 200 people that were in need of dental work.

About The Mission of Mercy

“An estimated 3.8 million Virginians - more than 47% of our total population - do not have dental insurance according to the Virginia Health Care Foundation. Sixty-nine (69) localities in the Commonwealth have no dental safety net provider. Of the 66 localities that do, many of the clinics operate on a part-time basis and are overwhelmed by the number of calls for help. Without access to affordable dental care, many people -- especially those who are low-income, underinsured, disabled or seniors -- are left to suffer pain, discomfort, and embarrassment with nowhere else to turn. To address the overwhelming need for access to free oral health care, Dr. Terry Dickinson, executive director of the Virginia Dental Association, created the Mission of Mercy (MOM) program in 2000 to provide high-quality dental care for underserved Virginians. The MOM program operates mobile clinics in strategic locations across the State, providing preventive, restorative, and surgical dental treatments to more than 4,000 low-income individuals each year."

Tis’ The Season to be Thankful! Nova Dental Partners in the Community

December 5th, 2016

Tis’ the season to be thankful! This is our first official blog post and I’m thrilled to kick it off with with a theme all about giving and being thankful!

Here at Nova Dental Partners, we have a lot to be thankful for. We have a thriving practice and we are so privileged to have amazing patients and a wonderful team of staff. As our patients know, we are all very passionate about dentistry, both clinically and in terms of the personal aspect of helping patients achieve their oral health goals. Another part of dentistry which I personally love is the ability to help others who are less fortunate. I am an active member of the Northern Virginia Dental Society who informed me of an exciting opportunity to volunteer my time and services at the Northern Virginia Dental Clinic.

The Northern Virginia Dental Clinic is a facility where low-income residents from throughout the Northern Virginia region can access oral health care services. They have a wonderful state of the art clinic in Fairfax which opened it’s doors in January 2016 and one clinic in Sterling.

As they describe “The Northern Virginia Dental Clinic is a private non-profit 501(c) (3) organization. It was established in 1994 by members of the Northern Virginia Dental Society who wanted to contribute a critically-needed service to the community while preserving the dignity of the underserved. A unique, public/private partnership between dental professionals, local governments and social service agencies was formed.”

In November, I was delighted to serve 20 patients where I was able to perform routine check-ups, treat patients with dental pain and who required emergency care. Community service is our social responsibility and I am committed to contributing my time and services to my community whenever possible.  I’m very proud to be a part of this wonderful program. The gentleman to my right also happens to be my brother-in-law, Kayvan Shahrzad who is now officially a dentist! It’s always a great moment for me to work alongside my brother-in-law on such a wonderful program.

For more information about about NVDC, referring agencies, appointments and hours of operation please visit http://www.nvds.org/northern-virginia-dental-clinic.

The NVDC accepts only those individuals deemed eligible through an established network of referring social service agencies.

  • Individuals must be age 18 or older.

  • Individual/family income must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.

  • Individual must be a resident* of:

    • Arlington County

    • Fairfax County

    • Loudoun County

    • City of Alexandria

    • City of Fairfax

    • City of Falls Church

*Additionally, a small percentage of Prince William County residents may be eligible for care. A higher fee for service applies.

Note: While eligibility is determined by the referring agencies, the NVDC reserves the right to request a reassessment of eligibility or to refuse treatment.