My first visit

At The Dentists of Woodbridge, we focus on personalized treatment for every patient. When you visit us for the first time, the doctor will review your medical and dental history, and will also ask if you would like to improve your smile. You will receive a comprehensive exam, a full review of any necessary x-rays, photographs and the very important oral cancer screening. During that time the doctor will determine what, if any, necessary treatment you require along with the type of cleaning or gum treatment that is right for you. We can prioritize and stage your treatments to give you the smile you need, in a time frame you can afford.

Financing & insurance

We may not participate in all the insurance companies plans. Click on the insurance company logo and search for your plan or call us for more details.

Patient forms

New Patient - Adult Registration

New Patient - Child Registration

Treatment Estimates

The treatment estimates are for educational purposes only. The exact fee and out of pocket expense will be determined by your exact treatment needs and any insurance participation. Your out of pocket expenses will be discussed with you prior to treatment.

Comprehensive Exam


Limited Exam


Full Mouth X Rays


Adult Prophylaxis (Cleaning)




3 Surface White Filling


Ceramic Crown


Molar Root Canal


Scaling (Deep Cleaning) Quadrant


Perio Maintenance


Complete Denture


Implant Placement


Implant Custom Abutment


Implant Crown


Simple Extraction


Adult Ortho Full Case




Botox (per unit)



What’s Better for a Tooth Cavity? A Dental Filling or a Root Canal?

When patients have cavities the surface of the tooth is permanently damaged, and tiny holes develop. They can be caused by bacteria, the food you eat or drink, and poor oral hygiene. The severity of the decay, and the condition of the tooth will determine what course of treatment is best.

What is the Solution for Wisdom Tooth Pain?

Most people have all their adult teeth by the age of 14. However, during the transition into young adulthood, it’s not uncommon for people to develop wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are an extra set of molars that appear in the back of your mouth.

Is it Better to Get A Dental Implant or a Bridge?

When deciding on a restorative solution it is important to look at all of your options to help you decide on the best option that works for you. A common question patients face is if they should choose a dental bridge or dental implants when they are looking for a tooth replacement solution.

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