(703) 565-2503

Rye Smiles for Life
10614 Warwick Avenue, Ste A, Fairfax, VA 22030

Our Blog

Dr. Rye Changing Lives: Our Patient Sandra – “Exceptional dentistry has really changed my life”.

Sandra Testimonial When you’re a mom and a grandmother, you want to look your best.  I’d always dreamed of having a nice smile and straight teeth and whiter teeth. When you’re my age, you don’t want to wait.  You’re just ready to do something. You’ve postponed it, put it off maybe for financial reasons and you realize you’d better do…

Continue reading

Why Are My Teeth Turning Yellow?

As we age, our teeth can naturally begin to take on a more yellowish hue. Our teeth are naturally a shade of white, but with time and wear, teeth can begin to look a little less than perfect. The causes of tooth discoloration are numerous and may be influenced by an internal or external factor. Here, we’ll see how tooth enamel can be…

Continue reading

Dr. Rye Changing Lives: Our Patient Kitty – “An award-winning smile for the rest of my life is wonderful!”

Kitty Testimonial When I came to Dr. Rye, my main complaint was that my teeth hurt no matter what I ate or drank and I had terrible migraines.  If a patient decides to come to Dr. Rye, you can leave your fears at the door. There is no pain. There is no discomfort. And if you have anxiety, he’ll walk…

Continue reading

Top Dental Treatments to Get Before the New Year

  The New Year is upon us, and you want your smile to look and feel its best. Whether you’re on top of your oral care or you’ve been skipping the dentist for the last few years, everyone deserves to have a healthy and beautiful smile.Here are the top dental treatments you can get that will completely transform your smile and make you…

Continue reading

What Eating Habits Can Lead to Tooth Discoloration?

Your teeth are what you show to the world. It’s understandable that you’d want them to be beautiful and white. Unfortunately, as we age, our tooth enamel is subject to staining. How does this happen? Tooth enamel is actually porous. Over time, our teeth can get stained. This happens for a few reasons, lack of proper dental care and eating…

Continue reading

Treatment Options for Tooth Discoloration After Trauma

If you’ve experienced any type of trauma to a tooth, there’s a chance your tooth could become discolored. When teeth are damaged or injured in any way, the dentin becomes stained with blood. This happens much like a bruise, as your tooth is bleeding internally after the injury. When this happens, your dentin becomes discolored and will lead to a…

Continue reading

Face the New Year with a Smile

With the holidays wrapping up soon, it’s nearly time to start thinking about the year ahead. Historically, the holidays are not a time of tremendous self-discipline; in fact, it’s right around the end of the year when we slacken off the most, perhaps not paying as much attention as usual to things like good nutrition. These days and weeks of…

Continue reading

Maintaining Your Whitened Teeth

Although teeth whitening is not considered a major dental procedure, it’s still fairly involved, and as it can be time-consuming, it’s not something you’ll want to have to do all the time. So when you do you get your teeth whitened, you’ll want to do your best to keep them as bright as possible for as long as possible. Over…

Continue reading

Teeth Whitening – A Great Idea for the Holidays

With the end of the year quickly approaching, we’re all getting ready to head into the season of family gatherings, get-togethers with friends, and office parties. Of course, you want to look your best during the holidays, especially since the resulting photos always seem to end up on the internet! One of the ways you can make sure you look…

Continue reading

Book an appointment today!

Call our office at (703) 565-2503

Book Now

Site Navigation

Office Hours

  • Monday
    8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Tuesday
    8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Wednesday
    8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Thursday
    8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Appointment request

New patients are welcome! To request an appointment use our online form or call:

(703) 565-2503

Our Location

Rye Smiles for Life

10614 Warwick Avenue, Ste A, Fairfax, VA 22030

(703) 565-2503