Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus and Governor Northam's order, Peninsula Orthodontics, like all dental offices in Virginia, is currently open only for emergency care until the order is lifted. Emergency care includes pain, trauma, infection and also wires or appliances cutting into the cheek or gingiva that can't be resolved with minor palliative procedures at home. The purpose of the order is to help reduce the spread of infection which will save lives, decrease the need to go to an emergency room and conserve protective medical gear for our front line providers during this time of crisis. If you have questions regarding your orthodontic treatment, or are in any discomfort, please contact our office and leave a message and someone will return your call. Dr. Reese is always available to speak with you for anything urgent or, even if you just have questions regarding your care. We look forward to getting back to the office for routine treatment and are committed to your care and safety! Updates will be posted on Facebook. Feel free to call us if you have any questions!
Dr. Steven Reese, a retired Colonel who has spent his time in the Armed Forces serving the Navy and the Air Force as an orthodontist, joined the practice in August of 2017 and is board certified, an accomplishment only thirty percent of orthodontic specialists have attained.
Dr. Reese's focus as well as that of their friendly and highly trained staff is to provide a comfortable and nurturing environment for patients and their families, with a continuing focus on high-quality orthodontic care.
We offer traditional metal braces and clear braces, as well as Invisalign® and Invisalign Teen® clear aligners. Our range of treatments means you will receive care that is individualized to your needs and lifestyle.
Peninsula Orthodontics also uses cutting-edge technology, such as in-house 3D cone-beam imaging to diagnose and treat orthodontic problems with particular accuracy. Our imaging technology creates precise 3D models of your teeth and surrounding structures, and when combined with our intraoral scanner, the need for mouth impressions is virtually eliminated.