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8200 Greensboro Dr.
McLean, VA 22102
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Tysons Corner Dentistry 

If you find yourself looking for an experienced family dentist in Tyson’s Corner, then Smiles and Dental Care, PLLC might be the practice for you. Conveniently located down the road from Tysons Corner Galleria, Smiles and Dental Care is proud to serve the entire McLean-Tysons Corner area. Dr. Asma Zia maintains a philosophy that our dental practice needs to be patient-focused, gentle, caring, and attentive to details. Consequently, we make sure that each and every person receives personal attention they deserve and the doctors take time to listen and truly care for each individual as if they were a family member. We do dentistry the right way, not the fast way!


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Smiles and Dental Care is a family dentistry practice, seeing children and adults for general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and emergency dentistry services. Dr. Zia is also highly skilled in oral and maxillofacial radiology, allowing us to better diagnose and serve our patient’s needs. Our team has a passion for giving patients a smile they love, one that fills them with confidence, and we want to make sure that everything we offer brings you closer to that goal.

Some of our most sought after procedures include:

·         Invisalign® orthodontics treatment

·         Lumineers® veneers and crowns

·         Composite (mercury free) dental fillings

·         Gentle dental hygiene (6 month teeth cleaning appointments)

·         Dentures and relines

·         Dental implant restorations

·         In-office and take home teeth whitening

·         Emergency dental care

·         Children’s dentistry

When it comes to our younger patients, we can help with first appointments, treatment planning, and fluoride applications. However, we love to help moms and dads, too! Our teeth whitening, damaged amalgam filling removal, and dental implants can help our adult patients get the smile they’ve always wanted.


Provider of Choice for Most Insurances
Our office can help you to maximize your benefits.  Following is the sample of Insurances we accept:Tysons Corner Dentistry

  • Delta Dental
  • MetLife
  • United Concordia                    
  • Guardian
  • United Health Care
  • Principal
  • Aetna PPO
  • Ameritas
  • Cigna PPO
  • UGI Dental
  • Dentemax


  • Embassy and Diplomat Insurances
  • Plus most other major Insurances  PPOs
 *$0 Copay for Teeth Cleaning on Most Dental PPOs, Ask for Details

Technology for Patient Comfort

On occasion, a patient will require more technologically advanced tools for their case than is normally provided. As an example, we are thrilled to offer patients The Wand! The Wand is an anesthetic administration system that delivers virtually pain free injections. Most patients don’t feel the injection at all! We also have dental lasers to facilitate a quicker recovery from some forms of periodontal and gum disease.

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Smiles and Dental Care can meet the whole family’s needs! We are fluent in Spanish, Urdu, and Hindi, allowing us to help a wide variety of patients. Our dental office is located within walking distance of Tyson’s Galleria, and is near Tyson’s Corner Mall as well, making it easy to find. From McLean to Vienna, and Tysons Corner to Falls Church, we can take anyone from these communities. If you are in the McLean - Tyson’s area and want optimal oral health, Contact us today or Schedule an Appointment!

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Smiles & Dental Care, PLLC
Email: info@smilesanddental.com
Phone: (703) 734-0515
8200 Greensboro Dr. Suite 1002
McLean, VA 22102