“As a dental professional, I drive over an hour to see Dr. Jim Rutledge because I believe he is the best in the area, and the only one I trust with my smile!” – Amy Burns, RDH
“My husband works in the dental industry, so when I need dental treatment, I only trust Jim to help me because I know the quality of his work and the care he takes.” – Priscila
“They are so amazing! So glad I found them! Dr. Rutledge has fixed some poorly-fitting crowns that I had done just before coming to him. They were already causing problems and the large corporate practice where I had these done did not care. My insurance wants me to go where it’s cheaper, but having to have crowns replaced when they’re less than a year old is not saving me any money, or saving me from a lot of discomforts. I know I will not have to deal with that again — thanks to Dr. Rutledge and his fine staff!!” – Karen P.
Our dental office in Virginia Beach provides a variety of services, including cosmetic restorative, and preventive dentistry. We are experts is developing custom solutions for the most complex dental problems and concerns.
Very understanding and patient. Spent a lot of time getting to know me before ever looking in my mouth. I’m going back to take care of the problems I’ve let linger for far too long.
- Deborah C.
Dr. Rutledge and his staff are both professional and kind. They are extremely welcoming and personable. I feel very confident in their abilities of providing excellent dental care, and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a dentist in the area
- Jennifer Roberts
First visit I was warmly greeted by staff and Dr. My hygienist took time to know me and my concerns. She was very experienced and good at what she does. Thank you Karen! See you next time!
Do you have frequent headaches or migraines, earaches or tinnitus, tender jaw muscles, or a dull aching facial pain? Do you often have neck and shoulder pain? Does your jaw lock or stray to one side when you open your mouth? These aches and pains may be related to the jaw joint, called the temporomandibular joint or “TMJ,” and the muscles that work to move the joint. These painful conditions are often called “TMD” for temporomandibular disorders.