Why Choose Fusion Dental - McLean?

At Fusion Dental Group in McLean, VA, we are passionate about delivering high-quality dental care. Our doctors and staff are committed to making you feel comfortable and secure, and to providing a level of service that helps you achieve a lifetime of good oral health.


Our Core Objectives:


  • Treat patients like we would treat our family
  • Deliver exceptional patient care through our team of dentists and specialists
  • Build lifetime patient relationships through trust and relevant care recommendations
  • Utilize the latest technologies to deliver a comprehensive range of quality services in a comfortable environment
It would be our privilege to partner with you and your family to provide care tailored to your individual needs. Whether you are a new or current patient, we encourage you to contact us with any questions. Schedule your dental appointment at Fusion Dental Group in McLean, VA today.

Dental Services Offered in McLean, VA

We offer a range of affordable, high quality dental services—from routine teeth cleanings to complex procedures. Our trusted and knowledgeable dentists and staff are trained in the newest techniques and use the latest technologies to deliver the care you need in a comfortable environment.


Our practices offer many different types of dental services, which means you and your family can be treated without being referred to outside specialists, for the most part. And since Fusion Dental Group is a community-based dental group, we have many convenient locations and many daytime hours as well as weekend hours to accommodate you and your family. We have been accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) since 2000. We hope this gives you an added measure of trust and confidence in choosing us as a healthcare provider.

General Dentistry Services

Regular preventive dental appointments are an important step in your oral health routine. These biannual checkups can also result in less extensive and less expensive treatment for dental conditions that may develop, and help you keep your natural teeth for a lifetime. During a regular preventive appointment at Fusion Dental Group, you will receive a thorough hygiene cleaning and a dental exam to check for cavities and other conditions. You may also receive x-rays.

Restorative services help restore a lost or damaged tooth due to dental disease or injury. These services include fillings, crowns and bridges, implants, gum disease treatments and root canals. At Fusion Dental Group, we will do everything we can to repair the functional structures of your mouth. Our highly-trained team of dental professionals offers a wide range of restorative dental services to help you feel more comfortable talking, eating and living your daily life.

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Preventive Dentistry

Regular preventive dental appointments are an important step in your oral health routine. These biannual checkups can also result in less extensive and less expensive treatment for dental conditions that may develop, and help you keep your natural teeth for a lifetime. During a regular preventive appointment at Fusion Dental Group, you will receive a thorough hygiene cleaning and a dental exam to check for cavities and other conditions. You may also receive x-rays.

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Restorative Dentistry

Restorative services help restore a lost or damaged tooth due to dental disease or injury. These services include fillings, crowns and bridges, implants, gum disease treatments and root canals. At Fusion Dental Group, we will do everything we can to repair the functional structures of your mouth. Our highly-trained team of dental professionals offers a wide range of restorative dental services to help you feel more comfortable talking, eating and living your daily life.

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Children's/Pediatric Dentistry

We offer a range of dental services designed to meet the unique needs of children and teens, including oral exams, digital x-rays, cleanings, fluoride treatments, gum disease prevention, sealants and cavity repair. Whatever their dental needs, you can count on us to start them down the path and be there every step of the way toward a lifetime of good oral health.

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Pediatric Dentistry

We offer a range of dental services designed to meet the unique needs of children and teens, including oral exams, digital x-rays, cleanings, fluoride treatments, gum disease prevention, sealants and cavity repair. Whatever their dental needs, you can count on us to start them down the path and be there every step of the way toward a lifetime of good oral health.

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Periodontal/Gum Disease

Periodontal disease, also called gum disease, is a bacterial infection of the gums and bones that hold the teeth in place. Gum disease can affect patients of all ages, and even the healthiest of smiles can be at risk. Gingivitis is the initial stage of this disease, and, if treated at this stage, gum disease can often be prevented and reversed. However, if left untreated, gum disease can cause tooth loss and unsightly changes to the soft tissues around the teeth. The good news is that gum disease is relatively easy to prevent by maintaining proper dental hygiene (brushing and flossing) and making regular dental visits.

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Endodontic/Root Canal Therapy

Root canals are typically needed when an untreated cavity progresses rapidly and spreads to the pulp of the tooth. The tooth pulp is made up of blood vessels, connective tissues and nerves. Once the bacteria of decay have reached the tooth pulp, it can be extremely painful. If your dentist determines that a root canal is the best solution for you, the procedure can typically be done with minimal discomfort and often keeps you from losing the tooth.

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TMJ Disorders

TMJ disorders are a family of problems related to your complex jaw joint. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, which is the name for each joint (right and left) that connects your jaw to your skull. If you have had symptoms like pain or a “clicking” sound, you’ll be glad to know these problems are more easily diagnosed and treated than they were in the past. Since some types of TMJ problems can lead to more serious conditions, early detection and treatment are important.

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After Hours Emergency

Dental emergencies can happen at all hours of the day and night. In order to keep every tooth we care for safe, we offer some guidelines on what to do in every situation. And if that isn’t enough, we always have a dentist on call seven days a week to handle any after-hour emergencies for our current patients.

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Dentists at Fusion Dental - McLean

Our philosophy at Fusion Dental Group is to build lasting relationships by providing exceptional quality-driven care. Our accomplished team of doctors and their support partners pursue excellence through continued education, personal and team growth, and mastery of leading edge dental technology – all delivered with exemplary customer service. We try very hard to earn our patients’ recognition as some of the best dentists in the McLean, VA area.


It is important that you find a dentist who you can trust and feel comfortable with as you work together on the best options for your dental health, We strive to deliver the highest quality work which is why thousands of patients in the McLean, VA area have trusted us with their dental care.


To get a better understanding of the dentists who operate at our practice, please click on their names to learn about the services they provide, their biographies and practice philosophy. To set up an appointment, either call us or schedule an appointment online. We look forward to helping you.

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Services

  • Children's/Pediatric Dentistry
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • After Hours Emergency
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Services

  • General Dentistry Services
  • General Dentistry
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Periodontal/Gum Disease
  • Endodontic/Root Canal Therapy
  • TMJ Disorders
  • After Hours Emergency

Dental Insurance Plans Accepted in McLean, VA

We accept most insurance plans, but please look over this insurance information section to check if your insurance plans are accepted. Also, please note that we do not accept Medicaid and do not support managed care. Before you schedule an appointment, always check with your insurance carrier to determine your policy’s benefits and any pre-visit requirements. Please call any of our practices if you’re uncertain if your insurance will be accepted. We are here to help you.

ACCEPTED INSURANCE

A
Aetna PPO via Dental Health Alliance Network
Assurant/DHA PPO
C
Cigna PPO
D
DCA Senior and Individual
Delta Dental Premier
DHA/Assurant
G
GEHA Connection Dental via Cigna PPO
Guardian PPO
M
MetLife PPO
U
United Concordia via Dental Health Alliance Network
United Healthcare PPO

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Invisalign Service for McLean, VA

It’s been estimated that 1 out of every 4 adults in the U.S. has sleep apnea. Many people associate it with snoring and restless nights, but sadly, there are far more serious consequences. In fact, sleep apnea in McLean can ultimately be fatal because it contributes to high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, obesity and heart attacks. Some doctors even estimate that sleep apnea triples a person’s risk of death. Also, there are many additional risk factors for sleep apnea besides snoring or being overweight, but many people don’t get tested for it because they don’t know they’re at risk. In this blog, you’ll learn more about this common condition and how it’s much easier to treat than you may have realized. It’s information that just might save your life!

 

What Are the Risk Factors For Sleep Apnea?

The most commonly known risk factors for sleep apnea still apply, such as age, obesity, a large neck circumference, nasal congestion, and alcohol or sedative use.

But what researchers have learned recently might surprise you: Even people you would never suspect of having sleep apnea, such as endurance athletes, can still suffer from it. This puts a lot of stress on their heart and greatly increases their risk for heart disease or even a heart attack.

To complicate matters further, because these patients don’t fit the traditional profile of someone with sleep apnea, they don’t get tested – and therefore, don’t get treated either.

How Can Sleep Apnea Be Diagnosed and Treated?

The good news in all of this is that you can schedule a consultation with a dentist who provides sleep apnea treatment and can refer you for a sleep study to determine whether you have sleep apnea.

If you’re diagnosed, there are multiple treatment options. For many years, a CPAP machine or surgery were the only choices patients had. Now, custom-made oral appliances are very effective in treating mild to moderate sleep apnea.

These appliances are lightweight, portable and much easier to tolerate than a CPAP machine. They work by repositioning the lower jaw and tongue to open the airway at night.

Sleep apnea can be fatal, even in otherwise healthy people who would never suspect that they have it. But with early diagnosis and treatment, it can be well managed and controlled.

In addition to sleeping better and improving your quality of life, you can increase your quantity of life as well!

About the Author

Dr. Fred Farahi is a general and restorative dentist who has made sleep apnea treatment a priority in his practice. He knows that sleep apnea can have dangerous unforeseen consequences and is happy to offer oral appliances that reduce the risks associated with it. If you think you may have sleep apnea and have any additional questions, he can be contacted at (703) 821-1633.

 

Dental Implants Service for McLean, VA

It’s been estimated that 1 out of every 4 adults in the U.S. has sleep apnea. Many people associate it with snoring and restless nights, but sadly, there are far more serious consequences. In fact, sleep apnea in McLean can ultimately be fatal because it contributes to high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, obesity and heart attacks. Some doctors even estimate that sleep apnea triples a person’s risk of death. Also, there are many additional risk factors for sleep apnea besides snoring or being overweight, but many people don’t get tested for it because they don’t know they’re at risk. In this blog, you’ll learn more about this common condition and how it’s much easier to treat than you may have realized. It’s information that just might save your life!

 

What Are the Risk Factors For Sleep Apnea?

The most commonly known risk factors for sleep apnea still apply, such as age, obesity, a large neck circumference, nasal congestion, and alcohol or sedative use.

But what researchers have learned recently might surprise you: Even people you would never suspect of having sleep apnea, such as endurance athletes, can still suffer from it. This puts a lot of stress on their heart and greatly increases their risk for heart disease or even a heart attack.

To complicate matters further, because these patients don’t fit the traditional profile of someone with sleep apnea, they don’t get tested – and therefore, don’t get treated either.

How Can Sleep Apnea Be Diagnosed and Treated?

The good news in all of this is that you can schedule a consultation with a dentist who provides sleep apnea treatment and can refer you for a sleep study to determine whether you have sleep apnea.

If you’re diagnosed, there are multiple treatment options. For many years, a CPAP machine or surgery were the only choices patients had. Now, custom-made oral appliances are very effective in treating mild to moderate sleep apnea.

These appliances are lightweight, portable and much easier to tolerate than a CPAP machine. They work by repositioning the lower jaw and tongue to open the airway at night.

Sleep apnea can be fatal, even in otherwise healthy people who would never suspect that they have it. But with early diagnosis and treatment, it can be well managed and controlled.

In addition to sleeping better and improving your quality of life, you can increase your quantity of life as well!

About the Author

Dr. Fred Farahi is a general and restorative dentist who has made sleep apnea treatment a priority in his practice. He knows that sleep apnea can have dangerous unforeseen consequences and is happy to offer oral appliances that reduce the risks associated with it. If you think you may have sleep apnea and have any additional questions, he can be contacted at (703) 821-1633.