adult + pediatric


Cavities, as well as unsightly, missing and damaged teeth can be gently addressed with restorative fillings, crowns and bridges right here in our comfortable Virginia Beach and Chesapeake offices. These procedures not only help protect your oral health, they give you a more comfortable smile.


all done in-house, one visit

We know how inconvenient it is to wait to have your crowns made and come back for a second visit.

At Advanced Sedation Dentistry, we have a better solution… We’re able to assess, create and fit you with your full or partial crown all in one visit!

We offer many different types of crowns, and our dental professionals will be able to guide you through the process from start to finish.

And if you need other dental work done at the same time, that’s no problem. We’re here to help make your dental health care as convenient as possible.

Why do you get cavities?

First, understand that cavities—or tooth decay—are damaged areas that can result in small openings or holes in your tooth enamel. This breakdown is caused by acids produced by bacteria in your mouth. Avoiding sugary foods and drinks, and proper cleaning of your teeth can help prevent cavities.

How are cavities filled?

Our dentists clean away the decay inside a cavity, preventing further damage. Next, they fill the cavity with composite resin or other material to restore the strength and integrity of your tooth, and prevent decay from returning to the same area.

How long do dental fillings last?

It depends on so many factors! Where is the filling in your mouth, how big or small is it, if it’s a composite filling, a gold filling or different material, and how well—and regularly—do you clean your teeth all influence the life of your fillings. That said, a filling will usually last between 7 and 20 years.

What happens when a filling comes out?

Don’t panic, this is not typically an emergency. But you should try to get in to see your dentist as soon as you’re able. If your filling has actually come out or it’s just loose, decay can take hold and start to spread, and your tooth’s nerve can ultimately be affected.

What is the best dental crown material?

“Best” is a subjective term, but as a general rule, gold crowns and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns tend to last longer than others. On the other hand, ceramic and porcelain crowns may look more natural and are often chosen for front teeth… And they’re also a good choice for people with metal allergies.

How long does it take to place a crown on a tooth?

Here at Advanced Sedation Dentistry, you don’t have to make two different appointments for a crown procedure like you do at other practices. We assess, prepare and shape your tooth, take an impression, create your crown, and cement it to your tooth all in one visit. This usually takes one to two hours.

What are dental bridges? Why is it a dental bridge?

If you have one or more missing teeth, you might need a dental bridge. This device literally “bridges” the gap made by missing teeth, with a false tooth (or teeth) anchored on each side with a crown. Sometimes, the false teeth are implants, which help hold the bridge in place.

How should I care for my dental bridge?

Keep up good oral hygiene, and pay close attention to the bridge area, doing some extra flossing underneath and around your bridge to keep plaque at bay. The teeth that are supporting and facing the bridge are most vulnerable to food debris.

Have more questions? We’re here to help!

Our Dental Services

 Icon of tooth glistening cleanCleanings & Exams

 Root Canal IconRoot Canals

 Icon of tooth glistening cleanFillings, Crowns,
& Bridges

 Icon of tooth coming out of placeExtractions

Icon of tooth with drill on bottomDental Implants

 Denture iconDentures

Icon of childPediatric Dentistry

excellent care makes for happy patients

Tiffany G.

My experience today was so great! I was nervous about going in since I hadn’t been in awhile, but the staff made me feel comfortable and excited to continue to better my oral health. – Tiffany G.

Lize M.

I had a good experience at Advanced Sedation Dentistry after moving here from Ohio and not seeing a dentist for over a year. My dental insurance company recommended them. I feel very comfortable there and well cared for. I am so happy I found Advanced Sedation Dentistry.

– Lize M.

Angellica A.

Had an absolutely amazing experience with Advanced Sedation Dentistry! I mean when your oldest child comes out after getting teeth cleaned and says “I love coming to the dentist,” those words tell you right there.

– Angellica A.

Jeff L.

I am very happy with Advanced Sedation Dentistry! They did such a great job on my mouth! I look forward to going back and that is saying a lot!!! Thank you all so much for being so patient and kind to me.

– Jeff L.

Robin G.

Excellent Service! My son has special needs (Down Syndrome), and requires sedation for dental procedures outside of his cleanings. From the front desk at check in, to the dental services/ anesthesiologist, a great team of people. Thank you for taking care of my son!

– Robin G.

Payment Options

For affordability & convenience

We understand that even with our affordable dental services, covering the cost of your dental care may be a concern. We offer a number of options to help ensure you get the dental care you deserve.

Most Dental Insurances Accepted

Cash, Cashier's Check, Major Credit Cards Accepted

Financing Available Through Credit Care®

Discount Dental Plan Available for Those with Little or No Insurance


to maximize your comfort level

Under our care, there is no reason to put off your dental work. When paired with comforting pain management, our expert sedation dentists can complete years of work in one visit. Let us remove the anxiety and inconvenience of making return trips.

General Anesthesia Full Sedation Medium Sedation Mild Sedation


General Anesthesia

I’m OK with localized numbing in my problem area. This level is achieved with a local injection or topical treatment.

Mild Sedation

I would like to be in a relaxed, but awake state. This level is achieved with the use of nitrous oxide.

Medium Sedation

I prefer to be in a near-sleep state, but still responsive. This level is achieved through an IV drip.

Full Sedation

Knock me out, doc. I want to be unconscious. This level is achieved with deep sedation and general anesthesia.

Our Locations

Virginia Beach, VA

616 Virginia Beach Blvd.

Chesapeake, VA

200 N. Battlefield Blvd.


Once you submit your appointment or consultation request, our office will be in touch to schedule your visit.