Holistic Dentist

Highly-qualified holistic dentist in Burke, VA.

Holistic Dentistry is more than just looking into the health of your teeth and gum. Dr. Farzin Ghanavati DDS,MSD and PhD at Burke Dental in Burke, VA shows you a best alternative approach to the general well being of his patients by focusing on non-toxic material for dental work.

Holistic Services We Provide at Our Office in Burke Dental

Dr. Ghanavati provides Amalgam Filling Removal, Nontoxic Dental Implant, Cosmetic Dental Crowns & Veneers, TMJ Therapy, Sleep Apnea therapy, Invisalign and Clear Aligners, Gum and Bone Grafting and other services that are focused on painless dentistry in lasting ways.

Instead of traditional amalgam, we place tooth-colored fillings that make from composite resin. We use digital scanner for impressions and digital radiography for our X-rays and CTSCAN which requires up to 90% less radiation exposure and also produces far less environmental waste.

If you'd like to learn more about our commitment to holistic care or schedule a first appointment, don't hesitate to contact us at Burke Dental in Burke, VA.

International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology
An Organization Dedicated to Evidence Based Health Care

Code of Ethics

First, do thy patients no harm.
Be ever aware that the oral cavity is part of a human body, and dental disease and dental treatment may affect systemic health of the patient.
Never place personal gain before the health and welfare of the patient.
Conduct yourself in accordance with the dignity and honor of a health professional and the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology.
Always attempt to provide treatment that has valid scientific support, but keep an open mind to innovative or advanced treatment possibilities.
Be ever mindful of clinical results seen in our patients, but seek valid scientific documentation verifying the results.
Make every possible attempt to provide patients with scientific information that can be utilized for informed decisions.
Be ever aware of the possibility of potential harmful effects of materials and procedures utilized in dental therapy.
Attempt, whenever possible to preserve human tissue and utilize therapies that are as least invasive possible.