Looking for a dentist in Northern Virginia? When you visit one of our five dental offices in Mount Vernon, Lake Ridge or Old Town you’ll soon see that excellence in dental care is the foundation of our practice.
The team at Nova Dental Partners is committed to providing the best dental services for you and your family using the latest dental technology and information, so you can make informed decisions about your ongoing oral health needs and be proud of your beautiful smile!
For Dr. Kamran Tavakkoli, Dr. Kambiz Tavakkoli, Dr. Bryan Choi, and Dr. Naghmeh Pashmini dentistry is more than a career choice or a profession. Dentistry for us is a beautiful mix of both art and science. The day-to-day work of creating and maintaining healthy and beautiful smiles for our patients make our jobs extremely rewarding and gratifiying.
We believe that what makes us truly different is our strong family values. These values also transfer over to our working philosophy. We treat every patient as if they are part of our own family, that is with great care, respect and kindness.
As part of our continuous improvement program, we pursue continuing education for ourselves and our staff. Our goal is to stay up to date on technological advancements and leading-edge dental techniques that serve to improve the level of dental healthcare that our practice can offer you.
As part of our ongoing training, our team continues to receive extensive training in anxiety management, pain control, cosmetic dentistry, and implant dentistry.
We are proud of the reputation we’ve built in the Fairfax, Woodbridge, Alexandria and surrounding communities around the DMV having been recognized as Top Dentists by Northern Virginia Magazine and Virginia Living Magazine. We have also been recognized as amongst America’s Top Dentists for Cosmetic and General Dentistry by the Consumer Research Council of America from 2009 to 2016. We also volunteer and provide community outreach for Mission of Mercy (MOM) projects that are conducted in underserved areas of Virginia where there are not enough dental practitioners to address the oral health needs of the community adequately.