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Oral Surgeon DC

If you’re dealing with unbearable dental issues, you can trust Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center and their oral surgeon in DC. At Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center, we’re dedicated to giving you the best oral care that you deserve. Our oral surgeon in DC and other medical staff are highly trained and have […]

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Oral Cancer Foundation 5K Race

3rd Annual Oral Cancer Foundation 5K Race

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month and Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center was a proud sponsor of this year’s Oral Cancer Foundation 5K Race in honor of Peter McGee Hoffman. The race was held on April 22, 2017 at Sligo-Dennis Ave Park in Silver Spring, Maryland. The 3rd Annual 5K Race for Oral Cancer […]

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Straumann Mini Restorative Residency in Washington D.C.

5 Session Mini Restorative Residency Program Hosted byCapital Oral & Facial Surgery Center Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center is hosting a comprehensive, custom-made course designed to dramatically increase the number of implant procedures you perform in your dental practice and improve the quality and longevity of your final restorations. This five-part series on dental […]

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Oral Surgery Patient Review

What Patients at Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center Are Saying

At Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center, we very much value when our patients take the time to write about their personal experience in our Washington DC office. Actual Patient Review “Dr. Lee is a great surgeon. My experience at this office visit was great. I like the fact she communicated to me what the […]

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Ten Minutes That Could Save Your Life

Free Oral Cancer Screening—Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center to Offer Free Screenings During Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week®, Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Just because you can’t feel it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there. More than 100,000 Americans were diagnosed with cancers of the head and neck last year. […]

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Over 1,100 Toothbrushes Donated to The Troops Abroad

Capital Oral & Facial Surgery Center Participates in Operation Gratitude Every year, Operation Gratitude delivers 150,000+ care packages loaded with entertainment, snacks, hygiene and hand-made items, as well as, personal letters of appreciation, to Veterans, New Recruits, Wounded Warriors, First Responders, Care Givers, and to individually-named U.S. Service Members stationed overseas. Their mission is to […]

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The Germs Living On Your Toothbrush!

It’s true, there are several kinds of bacteria that can hide on the bristles of your toothbrush, including streptococci, staphylococci, Herpes Simplex I, and the Influenza virus. To protect your toothbrush from bacteria, we recommend following these three tips: Wash your hands before and after brushing Allow the brush to air dry after each use, […]

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Choosing the Right Dental Specialist

We all are aware of what an important role our dentist plays in our overall oral health.  He or she is your “go-to” clinician for routine procedures that include teeth cleanings, cavity fillings, sealants, crowns and other restorations.  To become a dentist, each has completed a post-graduate, four-year doctorate degree in dentistry.  For procedures outside […]

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Seven Truths About Wisdom Teeth

As your trusted oral surgeon and team, we believe it’s important for our patients to have all the facts before they undergo a procedure or surgery. No surgery is filled with as many myths and mystery as the removal of Wisdom Teeth. To better serve our patients, and the world at large, here are seven […]

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Oral Sedation, What are the Side Effects?

Sedation dentistry is a valuable tool to help anxious patients tolerate various dental treatments, such as oral surgery. The sedatives have a deeply relaxing effect, putting the patient at ease. Generally, sedation dentistry is quite safe. There may be some side effects with sedation, however, so it’s important to discuss these with your oral surgeon. […]

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