Category: Premier Dental Care - Washington, DC

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells made of porcelain or resin composite materials that are used in cosmetic dentistry to correct the appearance of teeth. Veneers are attached to the front surface of the teeth in order to improve their color, size and shape. Veneers also strengthen and replace damaged enamel, as enamel does not grow back. People who have chipped, stained, broken, or small teeth find that veneers effectively transform the look of their teeth giving them a pleasing smile.

Did you know that teeth are stronger than steel? Unfortunately, they can break much easier, though. Cracks in the tooth can happen for many reasons, however, some patients don’t even know they have this condition. Read more to find out about this common dental issue.

Do you wish you could change the color of your teeth from dull to a brighter white? Do yellowed teeth have you hiding your smile? The good news is that teeth whitening is an effective way to brighten and whiten your teeth and improve your confidence in your appearance.

Have you always wanted straighter teeth but didn’t want to deal with metal braces? What if we told you that there was an orthodontic treatment that will straighten your teeth without the use of metal wires and brackets? Don’t put off achieving the smile of your dreams any longer. Read more to find out about the “clear” solution.

Welcome to the newly improved TakomaDentist.com! We are proud to announce that we have upgraded our website in an attempt to make your life easier when searching for a dentist online. Please take a look around and see if we are the right fit for your family's dental needs, and contact us right away to schedule an appointment. We hope to see you soon!

Welcome to the newly improved TakomaDentist.com!  We are proud to announce that we have upgraded our website in an attempt to make your life easier when searching for a dentist online.  Please take a look around and see if we are the right fit for your family's dental needs, and contact us right away to schedule an appointment.  We hope to see you soon!

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