Enjoy a professional and comfortable dental visit right for you and your family!

Seeing your dentist should feel easy and comfortable

You are most welcome to the practice of Ronald C. Fuhrmann, DDS. The practice, which is a division of Atlantic Dental Care, is located conveniently just off I-264 near the I-64 interchange--in the heart of Virginia Beach.

In our practice, we offer a full range of dental services. We offer family dentistry and cosmetic treatments, personal dentistry to Invisalign ® orthodontic procedures. Our office provides a comfortable, family-oriented ambiance.

Our skilled team members work with patients of all ages to ensure a comfortable experience while receiving our individualized, personal dental care.

Dr. Ronald Fuhrmann works with all people to ensure the success of each course of treatment. Staff members who speak English, Spanish, and Tagalog are available to make sure that everyone understands each step of treatment.

We make the process as smooth as possible with flexible scheduling and affordable payment options. We accepts most dental insurance.

At our dental practice, your comfort and health are our first priority!

Insurance Accepted

Dr. Ronald Fuhrmann’s office also accepts most dental insurance plans, and we are in the following insurance networks:

  • Aetna
  • Ameritas
  • Anthem
  • GEHA
  • Guardian
  • Cigna
  • Delta Dental Premier/PPO (Enhanced Retirees)
  • Dental Benefit Providers
  • Dominion Dental
  • Human PPO (Medicare not included)
  • MetLife
  • Principal
  • UnitedHealthcare Dental
  • United Concordia (No TRICARE included)

As a courtesy to our patients, we freely file insurance claims forms for you. For more information about our payment plans, please contact our Virginia Beach dental office today.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Always puts my mind at ease about visiting a dentist. Professional and courteous staff. Would recommend friends to use his services."
    Raymond B. - January, 2018
  • "I always leave the dentist feeling like I was the only patient they have. The atmosphere is extremely upbeat and professional. The staff makes you feel comfortable when you are nervous and in pain. Highly recommend this dental office."
    Carol R. - February, 2018
  • "I have been going to Dr Fuhrmann for 30 years now. My children and grandchildren goes to his office as well. Today I had my 6 month check up/cleaning. And everything was great. My grandson had his 6 month check up/cleaning as well as 2 baby teeth extracted, due to his permanent teeth growing behind them. Dr Fuhrmann did a great job. Thank you for all you do, Dr. Fuhrmann."
    Felicia S. - February, 2018
  • "I have been with Dr. Fuhrmann for over 14 years and counting. Dr. Fuhrmann has always been straightforward and professional in his duties. His staff is always happy and has always joined in as a team. The staff makes patients feel comfortably; as well as like family, which in return keeps me coming back."
    Samuel J. - December, 2017
  • "I always feel like I’m safe hands when I go to his office. I’ve been going for my regular cleanups for past 5-7 years. He guides the best and he never pushes useless products or unnecessary treatments. His staff is also very polite and kind. His practice makes me not to be afraid to go to dentist’s office."
    Simer K. - December, 2017

Meet the Doctor

  • Ronald C. Fuhrmann, DDS

    Dr. Ronald Fuhrmann has provided top-notch dentistry for the people of Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and Norfolk for over 30 years.

    Our goal is to provide you with comfortable, quality dental care from your first visit. We use current technology, including digital X-rays, to make sure your office visits go quickly and smoothly.

    We welcome patients from all over Tidewater--we’re an easy ride from Hampton Roads, Newport News, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Norfolk, and of course Virginia Beach.

    We have staff members who speak English, Spanish, and Tagalog.

    We're here for your healthy, beautiful smile.

    Please visit or call for your appointment today!

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