92016Mar
Oxon Hill Dentist Lists Top Reasons to Whiten Your Teeth

Oxon Hill Dentist Lists Top Reasons to Whiten Your Teeth

A bright smile is perceived as a healthy smile. And it gives the impression of youth, vitality, radiant health, happiness, and warmth. Teeth whitening remains one of the most economical ways to enhance your smile. Have you ever thought about whitening your teeth? Maybe you want a beautiful white smile for an upcoming special occasion….

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192016Feb
Get That Picture Perfect Smile with ClearCorrect

Get That Picture Perfect Smile with ClearCorrect

Are you on a timeline for a wedding, reunion, prom or other big event? Or are you just unhappy with your smile and finally want to do something about it? You don’t have to live with crooked and crowded teeth for one more day! ClearCorrect can quickly and comfortably straighten your teeth (without turning you…

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12016Feb
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and Dr. Peter Merai, the staff at Comprehensive Dental Care of Oxon Hill and the American Dental Association encourage all kids to join the Sugar Wars Team and fight for good dental health throughout the galaxy! 80% of tooth decay in the United States is suffered by 25%…

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182016Jan
Straight Teeth in Less Time. Clear Braces for Adults.

Straight Teeth in Less Time. Clear Braces for Adults.

Do you cover your mouths when you laugh, smile or talk? Have you thought about adult braces but are concerned that straightening procedures could be too invasive or too expensive If you are one of the millions of adults in need of braces who are unhappy, self-conscious… or maybe even embarrassed of your smile, Six…

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42016Jan
How to Handle a Dental Emergency

How to Handle a Dental Emergency

Are you prepared for a dental emergency? Thousands of dental emergencies occur every day. Would you know what to do if you or your child broke a tooth or had a tooth knocked out? Whether it’s a broken tooth or injured gums, a dental emergency can interfere with eating, speaking, or other day-to-day activities. And…

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222015Dec
Resolutions for a Healthy Smile

Resolutions for a Healthy Smile

Your dentist knows best when it comes to keeping your mouth healthy. Scheduling regular exams and cleanings allows your dentist to monitor your dental health and address any issues before they become larger (and more expensive) problems. Do your teeth and gums a favor in 2016 by practicing excellent dental health habits and smile big…

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32015Dec
Dental Benefits – Don’t Lose Them!

Dental Benefits – Don’t Lose Them!

Don’t lose your dental benefits! The end of the year is fast approaching. And so is the end of your yearly dental insurance benefits. When the clock strikes 12 midnight on December 31st, you will lose any unused dental benefits. We are happy to help you get the full benefits that you are entitled to…

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32015Nov
How to Combat 6 Common Causes of Bad Breath

How to Combat 6 Common Causes of Bad Breath

Questions about bad breath are very common for dentists. Halitosis is a common problem for both men and women of all ages. Some bad breath is normal, but other episodes of bad breath could be a symptom of something greater. It can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other…

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202015Oct
Do You Need to Find Relief from Jaw Pain?

Do You Need to Find Relief from Jaw Pain?

1 in 4 people suffer from some form of Temporal Mandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) and most don’t even know it! When your TMJ joint isn’t working properly, the muscles around it can cause extreme pain when you chew, speak or even yawn. This pain can travel from your jaw to your neck and face causing…

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92015Oct
Don’t Let Gum Disease Rob You of Your Healthy Smile

Don’t Let Gum Disease Rob You of Your Healthy Smile

Have you ever noticed that your gums were sore – or even bleeding – after brushing your teeth? And maybe while you were eating? Some might brush it off as a result from brushing too aggressively, or from getting food stuck between your teeth. It could actually be a sign of periodontal disease. Gum Disease…

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