Children are not born with a natural fear of the dentist, but they can fear the unknown. Our office makes a special effort to use pleasant, non-frightening, simple words to describe each treatment. We want you and your child to feel at ease from the moment your family arrives at our office. The more you and your child know about the first visit, the better you will feel. Learn more about our Pediatric Dentist Services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
There are many different types of teeth whitening products and services you can use but the fastest method is Chair-Side Whitening. Learn more about our other teeth whitening services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
Dr. Kambez Shukoor and his team at Connecticut Ave. Cosmetic Dentistry will exceed your expectations of what great cosmetic dental work should look and feel like. Learn more about our cosmetic dentistry services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
We offer a modern solution of straightening your teeth through clear braces, made specifically to fit your mouth. Learn more about our Invisalign services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
Did you realize that only around 65 percent of American adults visit their dentist on a yearly basis? Skipping regular dental visits will usually lead to lots of problems. In some cases, a person’s teeth will be in such bad shape from years of neglect that they will need replacing. Luckily, dental professionals can use specialized implants to replace a person’s damaged teeth. Learn more about our dental implant services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
It’s considered a dental emergency when your tooth breaks, cracks, becomes loose or is knocked out completely. Sometimes, a dental crown can come off your tooth or your lips, gums or cheeks can be cut. Some emergencies can be avoided if you take simple precautions, such as wearing a mouthguard and helmet while you’re playing sports and avoiding hard foods that can crack or break your teeth. Learn more about our Emergency Dental Services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
About 23 million people are completely edentulous (toothless); 90 percent of people experiencing tooth loss have dentures, and about 15 percent have dentures made each year, according to the American College of Prosthodontists. Learn more about our denture services on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
An empty space, or gap, in your smile may affect your chewing and speaking abilities, as well as your self-confidence. If you’re missing one or more teeth, your dentist may recommend a fixed bridge as a treatment option. Bridges are sometimes called “fixed partial dentures.” However, unlike removable partial dentures, bridges cannot be removed by the patient. Why should I get a bridge? Learn more about our Dental Bridges on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
We offer professional dental health care including checkups, oral health consultations, dental cleaning, dental exams, and any other necessary dental treatment. For children, we’ll teach how oral hygiene can help them maintain a healthy and beautiful smile for life. Learn more about General Dentistry at CACD on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
We can improve your facial appearance and boost your confidence with dental veneers by hiding your natural teeth behind a very thin layer of porcelain. Veneers can be used to change the shape, size, color and symmetry of the teeth and smile. Learn more about our Dental Veneers on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
Root Canal Treatment
Inside your teeth is a soft material called pulp that contains blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue. If this pulp becomes infected, it can cause severe tooth pain. In some cases, that infection might require root canal therapy. Learn more about Root Canal Treatment on Connecticut Avenue in Washington DC.
If your tooth has received more severe damage, you may need porcelain crowns instead of veneers. With porcelain crowns, the outer part of the tooth is removed and place a crown over it. Each crown is made to fit your teeth perfectly. Learn more about our Dental Crowns on Connecticut Avenue in Washington, DC.