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Dr. Faisal Elhussein
6405 Shiplett Boulevard
Burke, VA 22015
(703) 455-5466

rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com
www.burke-springfield-dentist.com
www.rollingvalleydental.com

Family Dentistry, Kids, Comfort

Burke, VA
WE ARE ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

Welcome to Rolling Valley Dental. We have been working with patients to provide the best dental care in the Burke area. Our main focuses are family dentistry, kids, and patient comfort. When you become our patient, you have a choice and you are in control in all phases of dentistry. We encourage constant patient communication. This way, we can fully understand what works best for you to achieve the highest level of patient comfort. Come get to know us!

This website provides you with an overview of our practice and the field of dentistry. As you navigate the site, you'll find information about Rolling Valley Dental's practice philosophy, dentists, our Burke office location, insurance policies, and appointment scheduling procedures. Please browse the site at your convenience and feel free to contact us with any questions.

You can also request an appointment by
clicking here.

You'll find a lot of valuable information on the web site about dental problems, diagnoses, and treatments. We believe informed patients are better prepared to make decisions about their health and well being and encourage you to review this information to help you understand any health concerns you may face.

Conveniently located in the Rolling Valley Mall shopping center -
We are located to the left of Shoppers Food Warehouse supermarket. 

Address:
6405 Shiplett Boulevard,
Burke, VA 22015

Phone:
(703) 455-5466

Email:
rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com

New Patients

Patient Forms, Map and Directions to Burke Office

New Patient Procedures

If you will be a NEW PATIENT , please send the information below to rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com

  1. Name
  2. Best phone number to reach you
  3. Email address.
  4. Picture of your insurance card, both the front and the back for insurance verification
    (If you have dental insurance)
  5. New Patient Form

You can also print and fax the New Patient Form to: 703-455-2134

We will contact you as soon as possible.

If you are unable to send some of the requested items, it is not a problem, please just leave a voicemail at
(703) 455-5466 or email us at rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com and we will contact you.

Address:
6405 Shiplett Boulevard,
Burke, VA 22015

Phone:
(703) 455-5466

Email:
rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com

Driving Directions:

 

Click here for door to door driving directions or double-click the map above. 


What To Expect

Being well-prepared for your appointment will ensure that the doctor has all of the needed information to provide the best possible care for you. It also will help relieve any unnecessary anxiety you may be feeling. Educate yourself on your symptoms by reviewing the content on this Web site. Also, take some time to review our staff page and familiarize yourself with the doctors. 

Thank you for your interest! We look forward to meeting you!

About Us

Dentist in Burke, VA

We hope these brief descriptions help you get to know us better.

 Dr. Faisal Elhussein

Dr. Faisal Elhussein

Dr. Faisal Elhussein
Dr. Faisal Elhussein or "Dr. Faisal" for short, graduated from the University of South Florida with a Masters in Molecular Medicine and Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, FL with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine. Originally from Thailand, Dr. Faisal is very familiar with the neighborhood, having grown up in the Burke/Springfield area. It was here where he attended Robinson and West Springfield High Schools. 

Dr. Faisal has worked in underserved areas where he enjoyed serving the community. Dr. Faisal chose to be a general dentist because he enjoys family dentistry as well as working with kids. 

As far as his view on dental care, he says: "I approach working in someone's mouth just like working in my own mouth or my family's mouths. Getting things done right is very important to me."

During his free time, Dr. Faisal enjoys all things that the DC area has to offer, including visiting art museums, bike riding, and sampling a variety of international foods. 

Karen W. - Registered Dental Hygienist
Karen has been a dental hygienist for 20+ years. She brings a wealth of knowledge about dental hygiene and will certainly ensure that you will have the best oral heath care. Karen is a local and from the Fairfax County area. In her spare time, she enjoy spending time with her family.

Hayat H. - Dental Assistant
Hayat enjoys helping people will assist in your dental care. You will feel at ease with Hayat from seating the patients to taking x-rays. In addition to dental assisting, Hayat helps organize and design the workflow of the office. Hayat enjoys cooking and loves coffee.

Abby D. - Dental Front Desk / Insurance Specialist
Abby is the first person to greet you on the telephone and looks forward to meeting you at your appointments. She is the go to person to help you navigate the confusing world of dental insurances. Abby is originally from Wisconsin and enjoys spending time with her kids.  

Office Information and Insurance

Burke Dentist
Burke Dental Office
We are accepting new patients

Comfort and convenience are hallmarks of our office. We try to be on time and hope you will be also. To ensure your convenience, below is the information you need about our hours, location, appointment scheduling, insurance acceptance and billing.

Hours

Monday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM (By appointment)
Sunday: CLOSED
  Note: Hours vary depending on the
number of appointments that are booked.

ADDRESS

Rolling Valley Dental
6405 Shiplett Boulevard
Burke, VA 22015
Phone: (703) 455-5466
Fax: (703) 455-2134

Email: rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com

Click here for door to door driving directions.

Appointments
We ask that you schedule your appointments at a time you are certain you can keep in a timely manner. Saturday appointments are made for those patients who appreciate these times by letting us know about scheduling conflicts in a timely manner. Appointment changes need to be made with a minimum of 24 hours advance notice.

Insurance and Billing
We accept cash, checks, VISA, and MasterCard. We accept assignment of benefits of many insurance carriers and will bill you for balances that remain after we receive the insurance payment. You are kindly reminded that all payments are your responsibility. We also offer a flexible payment plan. We are happy to file insurance for your reimbursement as long as you are free to choose your own dentist. We can also offer a flexible payment plan for very involved treatment plans.

Please call your insurance carrier to verify that I am a participant for your plan. Different plans have different requirements.

Accepted Insurance Carriers

• Aetna
• Aetna world Bank•
Ameritas
• Anthem
• Delta
• Blue Cross Blue Shield FEP
• Carefirst
• Cigna
• Delta Dental PPO (We accept most)
• Delta Dental of CA (retire)
• Delta Dental of CA (FED)
• Delta Dental of California
• Delta Dental of Kansas
• Delta Dental of Minnesota
• Delta Dental of Virginia
• Delta Dental of Washington
• Dentegra
• Dente max
• FEP Blue Dental
• First Health Life & Health Ins.
• Fortis Benefits Insurance Co.
• GEHA
• Great-West
• Guardian
• Humana
• John Hancock
• Mail Handlers
• MAMSI
• MetLife
• Military - Active Duty Military
• Military - Retired Military
• Military - Military Family
• NCAS
• Principal Financial Group
• Prudential Healthcare
• Principal Life Insurance Co.
• Smiles for Children
• Tricare / Retiree
• United Health Care
• United Concordia
• Unicare
• United Concordia
• MOST DENTAL PPO insurances

Dental Services

At Rolling Valley Dental, we offer the following services for our clients:

• Bonding
• Cosmetic Contouring
• Crowns and Bridges

• Cosmetic Fillings
• Implants
• Veneers
• Whitening
• Sealants
• Root Canal Therapy
• Scaling and Root Planing

• Dentures, implant over dentures, All on 4's
• Cosmetic Dentistry

Initial Oral Examination
Your initial oral examination includes a visual examination, charting, periodontal probing, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations. We will also take full mouth x-rays for proper diagnosis of anterior and posterior teeth as well as cavity detecting x-rays for proper diagnosis of proximal decay of posterior teeth.

Bonding
An alternative to veneers is a process called bonding, in which a tooth-colored material that looks like the enamel of your teeth is molded and shaped, and then hardened and polished.

Cosmetic Contouring
Teeth can become crooked, chipped, cracked, and even overlap as a result of many factors, including traumatic injury, bruxism (grinding) or even heredity. Cosmetic contouring, and reshaping procedures can remedy, and in many cases, greatly improve these conditions.

Crowns and Bridges
Crowns are synthetic caps, usually made of a material like porcelain, placed on the top of a tooth. Bridges are natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth.

Cosmetic Fillings
Tooth-colored fillings that are light cured to match your teeth. Amalgam resorations can also be used to restore defects.

Implants
Implants are synthetic structures that integrate with the bone in the area normally occupied by the root. The implants act as an artificial tooth or bridge.

Veneers
In just two or three dental visits, a veneer can reverse years of stains caused by foods, caffeine, and tobacco use.

Whitening
Teeth bleaching products, which contain peroxides, which brighten your smile in seven to ten days.

Sealants
Technology today has produced sealants, which work by filling in the crevasses on the chewing surfaces of the teeth. This shuts out food particles that could get caught in the teeth, causing cavities.

Root Canal Therapy
Endodontic (or root canal) therapy can help prevent the loss of a tooth that results from injury to the dental pulp.

Scaling and Root Planing
Some cases of acute periodontal (gum) disease that do not respond to more conventional treatment and self-care such as flossing may require a special kind of cleaning called scaling and root planing.

Cosmetic Dentistry
People choose aesthetic dental procedures/surgery for various reasons-to repair a defect such as a malformed bite or crooked teeth, treat an injury, or just improve their overall appearance. Whatever the reason, the ultimate goal is to restore a beautiful smile.

Dentures
Dentures are designed to replace missing teeth and are worn by millions of Americans. Technological advancements have resulted in dentures that are lightweight and mimic the look and feel of natural teeth.

Here at Rolling Valley Dental we specialize in making Dentures that are customized to the patient.

How do dentures help me?

Dentures replace missing teeth that help you to:

  1. Eat and chew foods;
  2. Smile and aesthetics (your teeth support the lower one third of your face);
  3. Speak.

Having teeth again helps you to:

  1. Eat better, with a wider selection of foods;
  2. Increase confidence in your appearance;
  3. Pronounce words more clearly.

Types of dentures:
Dentures come in various types, each suitable for the needs of the individual patient.
If you are missing only some of your teeth, you can use a removable partial denture.

 


However, if you are missing all your teeth in either the upper jaw or lower jaw, then you will need :

  1. Conventional dentures
    or
  2. Implant dentures

Conventional Dentures

Conventional dentures would be the lowest cost option.

Conventional Denture Pros:

  • Allow you to smile, chew/eat, speak/pronounce.
  • Cost is lower compared to implant dentures.

Conventional Denture Cons:

  • Dentures may get come out  during function.
  • It needs to be removed daily.
  • Lower chewing efficiency than implant dentures.
  • Bone loss occurs at a faster rate than implant dentures.

Implant dentures

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Implant dentures come in two major categories:

  • Implant over dentures are where the dentures have a button embedded and it snaps on to the implants inside the jaw. This denture must be removed daily.
  • Or there are fixed hybrid dentures, usually called All on 4’s. This denture is screwed on to the implants (a minimum of four implants are needed) The patient does not have to remove the dentures once they are screwed in. This type of denture is the high-end option.

What are implants?
An implant is a screw that is placed inside the jaw bone used for anchoring crowns, bridges, and dentures. It acts as an attachment point for dentures. The implant is placed surgically and a recovery time of two to three months is usually required for the bone to heal around the implant.
Implant over dentures are dentures that snap on to the implant, with the button portion embedded inside the dentures. It is removed everyday to clean and the liner inside the button has to be replaced once to twice a year.

Implant Denture Pros:

  • Better retention than conventional dentures. Lower cost versus hybrid dentures.

Implant Denture Cons:

  • The denture button liner loosens over time, usually one to two times a year the button liner has to be replaced. Food sometime gets trapped beneath the dentures and it has to be remove for cleaning.
  • Cost of implant placement plus denture fabrication is more than conventional dentures.
  • Implant failures can cause the dentures not to fit.

Hybrid dentures

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Hybrid dentures (i.e., All on 4’s) are the high-end dentures. More implants are placed than over dentures. Dentures are screwed in to the implant and do not need to be removed nightly. They can be made from acrylic or porcelain, although acrylic dentures are much easier to repair.

Hybrid Denture Pros:

  • Dentures do not need to be removed nightly. Since dentures are screwed in to the implant, they do not get dislodged from the mouth. Biting/chewing forces are greater than other dentures and they have superior aesthetics and feel natural.

Hybrid Denture Cons:

  • Price is higher due to more implants placed and denture fabrication costs. Implant failure can cause the denture not to fit. Food may get trapped between the gums and the denture and floss is needed to clean.

Example 1

 This patient had no upper teeth and missing many lower teeth. All lower teeth were removed.

This patient had no upper teeth and missing many lower teeth. All lower teeth were removed.

 Implants were placed and used and a hybrid denture was fabricated and screwed into the implants giving this patient a full set of new teeth for the upper and lower Jaws. Patient reported that she can now chew chicken wings again and has not done so in 20 years!

Implants were placed and used and a hybrid denture was fabricated and screwed into the implants giving this patient a full set of new teeth for the upper and lower Jaws. Patient reported that she can now chew chicken wings again and has not done so in 20 years!

 

 

Example 2

 This patient was missing teeth in both his upper and lower jaws.  The upper jaw and implant was placed for an overdenture (button type), with a combination of metal clasps on his back teeth. The lower jaw was a removable partial denture with metal clasps the anchors to his remaining natural teeth. The clasps and the button anchors the dentures and keep them stable when chewing.

This patient was missing teeth in both his upper and lower jaws.  The upper jaw and implant was placed for an overdenture (button type), with a combination of metal clasps on his back teeth. The lower jaw was a removable partial denture with metal clasps the anchors to his remaining natural teeth. The clasps and the button anchors the dentures and keep them stable when chewing.

 

Example 3

 This patient is missing all his teeth in the upper jaw and all his teeth in the lower jaw was in poor condition. A conventional full denture was made for his upper jaw. As for the lower jaw, all his teeth were crowned and a removable partial denture made to fill the missing space.

This patient is missing all his teeth in the upper jaw and all his teeth in the lower jaw was in poor condition. A conventional full denture was made for his upper jaw. As for the lower jaw, all his teeth were crowned and a removable partial denture made to fill the missing space.

Contact Us

Questions About Dental Services in Burke, VA

We encourage you to contact us whenever you have an interest or concern about dentistry procedures such as porcelain veneers, dental implants, and tooth whitening in Burke.

Please contact us DIRECTLY

Phone: (703) 455-5466

Hours:

M-THURS 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
FRI 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
SAT 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM (By appointment)
SUN CLOSED

If we are closed, please leave us a message and we WILL return your call. Thank you!

Appointment Request

Schedule an Appointment with Rolling Valley Dental

If you will be a NEW PATIENT, and unable to reach us by phone. Please email us your:

  1. Name;
  2. Best phone number to reach you.

Email us at rollingvalleydentalburke@gmail.com.

Otherwise, to request appointment availability, please call our office at
(703) 455-5466 to schedule an appointment or leave a message during our off hours and we will return your call as soon as we're able.

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