Dr. Richard Tami is a board certified periodontist. He served as a Board Examiner from 2008 to 2010. He was the past president of Virginia Society of Periodontology and is a member of the American College of Dentists. Dr. Tami has been featured in the Washingtonian, Northern Virginia Magazines as Top Periodontist since 2008 to present. He was also the Founder and Past President of the Woodbridge Dental Study Club and was inducted into the Prince William County Walk of Fame in 2016. This induction was to honor his construction of the baseball field for disabled children. Dr.Tami has been married to his wife Joyce for 44 years. They have three lovely children and are not blessed with four grandchildren.Dr. Tamis interest outside of dentistry includes golf, scuba diving, and cycling. Dr.Tami takes pride in serving the Great Falls community and offers the best periodontal treatments for our patients.
Afraid to go to the dentist? Relax! At Tyson’s Dental Associates we utilize sedation dentistry to put patients into a relaxed state. It is also ideal for patients who suffer from dental phobia or have difficulty controlling their movements.
At Tyson’s Dental, our cosmetic dentist offers a powerful teeth whitening system. Serving residents from Vienna, Fairfax, and all of Virginia, Dr. Alex Osinovsky and his staff can give you a dazzling new smile in a single visit.
When the structure of a tooth needs to be strengthened or restored, dental crowns, or “tooth caps” can be used. Dental bridges, similar to dental implants, are used to replace a missing tooth or teeth.
f you want to straighten your teeth but don’t like the appearance of bulky metal braces, Invisalign® may be an option for you. Available at our office in Vienna, near McLean, Invisalign® uses a series of custom fitted clear retainers to straighten crooked teeth.
Full mouth restoration or reconstruction is done for many reasons, such as the following: loss of teeth, trauma, fractured teeth, tooth grinding (in this case, for TMJ treatment), acid erosion, and uneven bite alignment.
Veneers are a permanent way to change your teeth. They are a conservative way to change your tooth’s color, size or shape. Veneers can be used to transform teeth that are stained, to cover discolored fillings, to close gaps, to restore chipped and worn teeth and to straighten your teeth.
Have you ever noticed how some adults have teeth that are more exposed on the gum line? This condition is known as gum recession and it is a highly common gum problem that affects up to 12% of adults today.
In some cases, a patient requires a bone graft in order to restore enough mass so that dental implants can be used. The loss of bone mass can be because of infections, abscesses, disease, or external trauma.