Dr. Fairfax & Associates Family Dentistry



Patient-Focused Dentistry

Thank you for choosing Dr. Fairfax & Associates. We believe that dental health is key to overall health, and our primary mission is to deliver the best and most comprehensive dental care available.

The Whole Person

We take into account the whole person when caring for our patients. From routine check-ups and cleanings to emergency care, we are committed to giving you our undivided attention.

Your Comfort Is Our Priority

From the moment you walk into our office, you can expect to feel at home. We foster a relaxed, inviting atmosphere with professional, knowledgeable, and friendly staff. Sit back, relax, and trust that your smile is in exceedingly good hands.


A Caring and Thorough Team

We do not believe in ‘factory-style’ dental care where patients are shuttled in and out and only see the dentist or hygienist for a few minutes during an appointment. Each appointment with us is time reserved specifically for you.

Applying the Latest Technologies

Our team is highly trained in the latest dental approaches and technologies, which allows us to provide every patient with truly personalized attention.



How long do dental implants last?

Smiling Woman | Dental Implants in FairfaxMany people are just now learning about dental implants, but the truth is that implants have been used successfully for decades. Studies by the American Academy of Dental Implantology show that three million people have dental implants, with a success rate of about 98%! 

Longevity of Dental Implants

The long-term success of dental implants is dependent on one thing – proper oral health care. If you practice good oral hygiene and visit our Fairfax, VA dental office regularly for checkups, a dental implant can last for the rest of your life.

One of the reasons for the long-term success of dental implants is that they are designed to act as a replacement root for a missing tooth. The titanium implant is a small post that’s placed in your jaw and allowed to heal.

Titanium is a biocompatible material, meaning the living tissue in your jaw readily accepts it. Over time the implant fuses with the bone and tissue, creating a stable foundation for an artificial replacement tooth like a crown, bridge, or denture.

Of course, the artificial tooth will never decay. However, your gums are still susceptible to infection, so you need to ensure that your oral hygiene efforts are effective. Since the implant depends on your gums for support, it’s essential to take all the steps necessary to keep them healthy.

Tooth Replacement in Fairfax VA

A dental implant is a significant investment, so it makes good sense to do everything you can to protect it. If you would like to learn more about dental implants and how to care for them, please call our Fairfax, VA dental office

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We hope that you and all those dear to you are safe and healthy. Thank you all so much for your outreach over these last few weeks. We have been so encouraged by every call, email, appointment rescheduled, and the support you continue to send us with your account payments. Our practice depends on you!

This has been a challenging time for everyone, but the good news is that we’ll be here! We are weathering this well and we plan to resume regular office hours and routine patient care on May 18th. We are monitoring news and updates from the CDC, VDH, VDA and remain committed to following their recommendations and maintaining a safe environment for you and our staff.

We are hard at work developing the new procedures that will be in place when we return.  Your continued patience and grace as we navigate our new normal has not gone unnoticed and we are immensely grateful for your support.  Please take care of yourselves and your smiles. We can’t wait to see you again!

Our online practice portal is always open. You can log in at www.patientconnect365.com to look up past appointments, pay your bill, and access our office forms and documents. We wish you all good health. Please know that we will get through this together!

In the meantime, if you are having a dental emergency or concern, I’m available via text or call directly on my personal cell (703-582-8059).

Dr. Fairfax