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Dental bonding and contouring is a procedure that is often performed to correct minor flaws, such as tooth gaps, chipped teeth, and discoloration.

At her Chevy Chase, MD practice, Dr. Marko performs bi-annual dental cleanings for all of her patients. These cleanings help to prevent cavities.

Dental examinations are vital for the detection of various dental concerns, such as oral cancer, temporomandibular joint disorder, and cavities.

Dental sealants seal the deep crevices in the molars and premolars to prevent bacteria from infecting the teeth, preventing cavities later on.

At Smiles of Chevy Chase, Dr. Markogiannakis performs simple tooth extractions for patients who require tooth removal for a procedure or their health.

Whether you are missing one tooth or several teeth, a dental bridge can be specially crafted for you to suit your mouth and restore your smile.

A custom-crafted crown can be used to protect a damaged or decayed tooth. They can also be attached to an implant to replace a missing tooth.

Whether you are missing one tooth or several teeth, your smile can be restored with dental implants, the current gold standard of tooth replacement.

Removable dentures can either be designed to fully replace your teeth or to replace a portion of your teeth. They are a very common dental appliance.

Root canal therapy, also called an endodontic procedure, is performed to treat an infected tooth when the infection has spread beyond the tooth.

Tooth-colored fillings are the new-age method of treating teeth that have been infected with cavities, replacing the old metal fillings technique.

ARESTIN is a locally applied antibiotic that is administered, along with scaling and root planing treatments, for periodontal disease maintenance.

If you would like to diminish the appearance of a "gummy" smile, contact our Chevy Chase, MD dental office to learn more about gum contouring.

Periodontal disease, also called gum disease, is a regressive condition that can lead to receding gums and loose or missing teeth if not addressed.

Scaling and root planing treatments are performed at Smiles of Chevy Chase for those who are suffering from varying stages of periodontal disease.

Considered the new gold standard for veneers, Lumineers are incredibly thin shells that are adhered to healthy teeth without the need for reshaping.

Dr. Markogiannakis performs inlays and onlays for patients who have a damaged or decayed tooth that requires more coverage than a traditional filling.

At her Chevy Chase, MD dental practice, experienced dentist Dr. Markogiannakis provides the ever-popular clear aligner orthodontic system Invisalign.

Veneers are thin shells crafted from porcelain or other materials that are adhered to the front of your teeth for a brighter, seamless smile.

A smile makeover is a unique combination of several procedures tailored to give patients the bright, beautiful, healthy smile that they desire.

Dr. Markogiannakis offers Zoom in-office teeth whitening treatments to her patients at Smiles of Chevy Chase who desire whiter, healthier smiles.

Among the latest technology available at Dr. Markogiannakis's dental practice are digital x-rays, which are often utilized during annual examinations.

Intraoral cameras are advanced diagnostic imaging devices that take a high-resolution video of the inside of a patient's mouth displayed on a screen.

Night guards are effective dental appliances that protect your teeth from grinding and clenching while you sleep, a condition known as bruxism.

Nitrous oxide sedation is a regularly administered and safe gas that will calm and relax patients during their dental appointment or procedure.

Among the many sedation methods that Dr. Marko offers at her office, oral-conscious sedation is helpful to patients who require additional relaxation.

The Wand is a computerized local anesthetic system that offers patients a significantly less painful alternative to traditional syringe-based shots.

Temporomandibular joint disorder, also called TMD, is a painful inflammation of the temporomandibular joints that make eating and speaking difficult.

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