Sanker, Robert J.
Rockville, MD 20852301-468-5566
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Finding a Dentist Who Makes You Smile
The feedback we’ve collected from surveying consumers and dentists will help you find a tip-top tooth doc. We found substantial differences in ratings from dentist to dentist.
How to Take a Big Bite Out of Dental Costs
When choosing a dentist, you should care most about quality of care. But for many patients, cost matters, too. Fortunately, we found that many dentists who rated high on all aspects of care and service also had low fees.
Dental Specialties: Who Does What?
Endodontists and periodontists and prosthodontists, oh my! Here’s who does what.
Should You Buy Dental Insurance?
If you don’t carry dental insurance coverage, you can buy it yourself. But first carefully evaluate available options.
There are several options to lighten your not-so-pearly whites. Some methods are completely DIY, some are DIY with help from a dentist, and some are performed while in a dentist’s chair.
How to Brush and Floss Properly
You’ll reduce the length of time you have to spend in a dentist’s chair—and drastically reduce the procedures your teeth need—by regularly performing proper routine dental care.
Cavities: How They Form and How to Prevent Them
Throughout recorded history, tooth decay (dental caries) has probably caused more pain than any other infectious disease.
A Summary of Dental Treatment Options
Despite substantial progress in the prevention of caries and gum disease, most Americans’ mouths still bear witness to their ravages. The usual procedures for repairing and replacing teeth have not changed in many years but progress continues on most fronts.
Gum Disease Prevention and Treatment
As more and more teeth withstand the threat of caries, a second type of threat must be confronted: periodontal disease, the disease of the gums, bone, and supporting structures around the teeth.
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