We Love Our Community
At Danville Dental Associates, we love working with our patients and neighbors in the Danville and Chatham communities. It’s important to our team that we show our commitment to making these communities great places to live and work. That’s why our doctors and team members are dedicated to working with a number of community groups and charitable organizations to provide support, raise awareness, and educate our friends and neighbors on important concerns facing members of our communities. As dental professionals, we are particularly passionate about providing oral health and hygiene education services for our community, especially for young people. We visit local elementary schools, preschool and daycare facilities in the City of Danville and in Pittsylvania County to provide dental education for kids. One of our dentists, Dr. Chris Payne, was instrumental in establishing the annual Give Thanks for Smiles event, which raises funds and awareness for God’s Storehouse, a community food bank. He also started Smiles for Schools where patients are eligible for whitening services when they donate $100 to the public or private school of their choice. Danville Dental Associates also partners with Toys for Tots and the Danville Speech and Hearing Clinic.
To make our services more affordable for our patients, Danville Dental Associates has established the Danville Dental Discount Program.
Danville Dental Associates received the “Business of the Year” award from the Danville Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce in 2010.
The doctors of Danville Dental Associates consistently receive awards in the “Best Dentist” surveys conducted by the Danville Register & Bee Readers’ Choice Awards, HER Magazine, the Chatham Star-Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Awards, and Showcase Magazine’s Rave Awards.
Danville Dental Associates created and sponsors the Give Thanks for Smiles event each November where patients can receive dental services for nominal fees and all proceeds are donated to the local food bank known as God’s Storehouse, as well as Smiles for Schools in April where patients are eligible for whitening services when they donate $100 to the public or private school of their choice in the Danville-Pittsylvania County community.