Practice News

We Offer an Affordable In-House Dental Benefit Plan!

Getting the high-quality dental care you and your family need is possible at Eastern Virginia Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. While we do accept many forms of dental insurance and are considered “in-network providers” for Dominion™ Dental, Principal®, Delta Dental®, and United Concordia® Dental, Maverest®, Careington®, Connection Dental Network (GEHA®), and DHA®—we also understand that not everyone has access to dental insurance. For those without dental insurance, we have developed our own in-house dental benefit plan... Read More

Dr. Clay Becomes a Fellow of the Virginia Dental Association

We are proud to announce that one of our cosmetic dentists, Barclay Weisberg, DDS, has been named as a Fellow of the Virginia Dental Association (VDA)! This is an honorable distinction that celebrates his steadfast dedication to the VDA and the field of dentistry. The award itself is inscribed: “Recognition of Notable Contributions and Devotion to the Advancement of the Art and Science of Dentistry and to this Association.” All of us at Eastern Virginia... Read More

Are You a Good Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

At Eastern Virginia Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Jeffrey Weisberg and Dr. Clay Weisberg are renowned for crafting beautiful smiles for their patients. However, every stunning smile is built upon a solid foundation of good oral health. This is why we offer a comprehensive range of dental services designed to restore health and function to extensively damaged mouths. Drs. Weisberg and Weisberg are able to combine restorative dentistry procedures into completely customized treatment plans that... Read More

Fixing a Hole: Treatment Options for Cavities

At Eastern Virginia Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we offer a comprehensive range of advanced dental services, providing solutions to oral health problems of all types, including cavities. Cavities are probably the best known of all oral health problems, among adults and children alike. From an early age, most of us are taught to fear cavities; we are told to avoid sugary foods, to brush and floss our teeth after each meal, and to visit the... Read More

The Most Common Causes of Missing Teeth

When we are children, the loss of our primary teeth is considered cause for celebration, a rite of passage. The Tooth Fairy comes to reward us for the big event, and we are introduced to an entirely new range of dental services as our adult teeth start to erupt. Our dentists start to emphasize the importance of taking extra special care of these bigger, seemingly stronger teeth because, apparently, they're the ones that we're going... Read More