Your Local Dentists' Offices in Shenandoah Valley

Who Do Your Neighbors Choose for Their Shenandoah Valley Dentist?

A practice that has provided great dentistry for three generations!

US map with marker in state of Virginia.
US map with marker in state of Virginia.
US map with marker in state of Virginia.
 

Exceptional Smiles Family Dentistry has two Virginia dental offices, Harrisonburg and Woodstock, where we use advanced technology and gentle techniques to provide outstanding dentistry. We provide services for the entire family from regular hygiene cleanings to Invisalign in Harrisonburg and dental implants.

Here are just some of the communities where people come from to visit our Shenandoah Valley dentists, Dr. Kenneth Eye and Dr. Kenneth Eye II. Those communities include:

  • Zirkle
  • Massanutten
  • McGaheysville
  • New Market
  • Dayton
  • Keezletown
  • Luray
  • Edinburg
  • Weyers Cave
  • Mount Jackson

We can't wait to meet you!

 

‘‘My family and I needed a new dentist, so we came to Exceptional Smiles, and the staff there are so nice. I know I needed to get some work done, which I'm embarrassed about, but Dr. Eye is very caring and understanding and explained to me everything I needed to know. We are so happy with our experience here and won't be going anywhere else. I definitely recommend coming here!’’

Rebekah S. (5-Star Google Review)

A Quick Guide to the Place We Love!

View of the mountains and valley of Shenandoah Valley
View of the mountains and valley of Shenandoah Valley
View of the mountains and valley of Shenandoah Valley
 

We love our home here in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Our practice has been a part of this landscape since 1935, and we are proud of it! Being a part of a community so rich in American history and filled with so much natural beauty is a continual delight.

Whether you enjoy visiting historical sites, hiking the beautiful Appalachian Trail, or reveling in the natural beauty of the green, rolling hills of Virginia, there is something here for everyone.

We hope you'll soon visit our "Big Valley," and be sure to drop by our office and say "hello" when you do!

 
  • The Blue Ridge Mountains, found in Shenandoah National Park, are believed to be as old as 500 million years old.
  • The Shenandoah Valley stretches 200 miles across the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains and has been nicknamed "The Big Valley."
  • During the Civil War, this region was nicknamed "The Breadbasket of the Confederacy."
  • The Blue Ridge Mountains got their name because they appear to be blue when viewed from a distance.

Are You Looking for a New Shenandoah Valley Dentist?

Give us a call. We'd love to get to know you!