About

Dr. Bill Viglione

  • Education: Robert E. Lee High School-Staunton, University of Richmond B.S., Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry D.D.S., United States Army Dental Residency
  • Associations:  American Dental Association, Virginia Dental Association, Shenandoah Valley Dental Association, Charlottesville Albemarle Dental Society, Pierre Fauchard  Academy, Academy of General Dentistry, Fellow of the Virginia Dental Association, Fellow of the American College of Dentists, Fellow of the International College of Dentists.
  • Recognitions: Alumni of the Year of the VCU Dental School in 2000, one of the Founders of the Children’s Dental Center in Charlottesville, Unsung Hero Award from the Virginia Healthcare Foundation, various leadership positions in the above associations, one of the initial organizers of the Mission of Mercy projects started by the Virginia Dental Association to offer dental care to the underserved of Virginia, past member of the Board of The Ronald McDonald House and of the Charlottesville Free Clinic.

 

Dr. Viglione and his family arrived in Charlottesville in 1975 to begin his dental practice.  Post Dental School, he assumed many leadership positions in the Virginia Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and in various community and church organizations.  He currently serves as an Adjunct Faculty member at the VCU Dental School in Richmond.

Dr. Viglione enjoys spending time with his family which includes his wife, Jo, who he has been married to since 1968, his three daughters and their husbands, and four grandchildren.  He likes running and although he has completed a number of marathons over the years, he now restricts his distance to shorter races such as the Charlottesville Ten-Miler.  He is a “weekend” golfer but aspires to play more.  He and his wife have traveled to Europe a number of times and always look forward to returning.  His faith is an important part of his life and he is a member of the Church of the Incarnation, and a graduate of the Spiritual Direction Institute. This has led him to a commitment to service and in particular to projects that are associated with dental care for the underserved. Currently he is serving as an Adjunct Faculty Member at the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry helping to train our future dentists