Dr. Danielle Robb

The relationships! Getting to know our awesome patients and their stories, what makes THEM smile.



A native of Fairfax City, Dr. Robb attended W.T. Woodson High school. She went on to attend college at the University of Virginia, where she received her B.A. in Psychology and minor in Biology. She loved cheering on the Cavaliers during her time on the UVA cheerleading team! Dr. Robb received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, graduating summa cum laude. She was also inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon dental honor society. She was given the society’s highest honor, the Kramer award, for her potential for advancement of the dental profession and characteristics of leadership, service, and integrity.

Dr. Robb received her Masters of Science and certificate in orthodontics from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has completed scientific research on dental materials used in the prevention and treatment of white spot lesions. Currently, Dr. Robb is proud to continue to serve on the board of the Virginia Association of Orthodontists, after completing her term as President of the organization.

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Outside of the practice, you are most likely to find Dr. Robb hiking local trails near where she lives in Arlington, scouting out the next destination to travel to with her family, or trying out a new restaurant in town! Dr. Robb has a special interest in animal rescue. She and her husband Andrew have an adopted Beagle mix named Layla, in addition to two cats (who all get along remarkably well!). Dr. Robb’s family grew at the end of 2022 as they welcomed their biggest adventure of all, their son Luke! He is the total apple of her eye, and Dr. Robb and Andrew are loving their roles as new parents.


If I weren’t an orthodontist I’d be: A veterinarian

Favorite Northern VA Pastime: Strolling through Old Town Alexandria

Coolest place I’ve ever been: Iceland

Favorite way to unwind: A yoga class, or a long walk with the dog

My personal motto is: Go big or go home

Something that makes me smile: A good summer bluegrass concert