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Dr. Shazaad Ally founded Choice Dental Care in 2005 with the intention of providing exceptional dental treatments in Silver Spring, MD. Part of our mission is empowering our patients & their families with education and resources to ensure quality oral health. That’s why we’ve created this blog where we hope to share some tips & advice to keep your smiles bright and healthy!

Take a moment and review our articles below! If you have any topic suggestions or would like to schedule a consultation at our dental office in Silver Spring, MD, please call Choice Dental Care today! We accept patients of all ages and are fluent in Spanish!

 

Client Woman Showing Clear Aligners

What to Expect During The First 6 Weeks of Invisalign?

Invisalign has been a trusted orthodontic option for patients for many years. The system uses clear plastic trays, known as aligners to carefully straighten teeth and eliminate crowding and misalignment issues. You will find that Invisalign is easier to wear than traditional braces, and results are often achieved quicker than anything else you might have

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Do Dental Implants Need to Be Replaced?

When you are missing one or more of your teeth, you may feel uncomfortable and insecure about the way that you look. One of the best ways to revive and restore your smile is with implants. Implants are the new technology that is advancing the way that people smile. Rather than wear a bridge or

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How To Detect If You Have Tooth Decay

How To Detect If You Have Tooth Decay

The most common conditions of your mouth can come in various forms and with different symptoms. Knowing how to detect if you have tooth decay will help you treat them quickly so that the problem does not get worse.

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Pediatric Dentist Common Problems During The Childhood Stage

Pediatric Dentist – Common Problems During The Childhood Stage

The pediatric dentist is the dentist who is specialized when it comes to prevention and solution of oral problems of children, from birth to adolescence, including those children with special needs. The first contact the child should have with the dentist is at the end of the year, not at three years as recommended before.

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