Quality dental care since 1949
Most people will experience a dental problem at one point or another in their lives, whether it's a minor crack in a tooth or losing an entire tooth altogether. During these difficult times, what you need most is the genuine support of an oral healthcare team who you can trust to restore optimal form and function to your smile as quickly and effectively as possible. Here in Washington, DC, Drs. Paul Cohen, Sara Cohen, Isabelle Lass, and Brooke Miller are committed to providing patients with the honest, convenient, and high-quality dental care they deserve. We can't wait to welcome you!
Crown and Bridge
Dental crowns are the cornerstone of restorative care due to their versatility; they can be used to treat severe areas of decay, structural damage, cosmetic flaws, and more. They're also a component of dental bridges, which are an excellent tooth-replacement option. Our Washington, DC team will design and personalize your new crown or bridge so that it seamlessly blends in with the rest of your teeth.
Cohen & Cohen is now offering digital impressions using our Trios 3shape intraoral scanner. This scanner has a wide range of uses, from taking study models to mark changes in your gums and teeth over time, to making crowns and biteguards. This method is impression-material free, making your experience more comfortable.
Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings
When caught early enough, many cavities can be filled with a strong, biocompatible material to prevent further decay in a tooth. At each exam, your dentist will screen your teeth through a clinical exam and x-rays (when appropriate) for any decay. Our skilled team can remove the cavities and replace them with the appropriate filling material, restoring the tooth back to full function and health. Many of the materials we use come in many shades, so that the filling can precisely match the color of your teeth. They also offer other valuable health benefits, including more conservative placement and a reduced sensitivity to temperatures.
Dental Implants & Implant-Retained Prosthetics
Losing one or more teeth can be devastating. As we live longer, the prospect of tooth loss increases. A missing tooth, if left untreated, can increase the risk of periodontal disease, jawbone deterioration, and possible further tooth loss- not to mention the toll it can take on their self-confidence. Dental implants provide a revolutionary tooth replacement method by replicating both the root and the crown of the tooth. This results in a natural, durable, and long-lasting solution.
One of the countless benefits of choosing dental implants as your reconstructive solution is their versatility. You can also have a number of implants strategically placed in order to support an implant-retained prosthetic. At Cohen & Cohen, we will design this new prosthetic to fit into your mouth comfortably and seamlessly.
Full and Partial Dentures
When a patient has lost some or all of their dentition, the teeth can be replaced using removable appliances that restore form and function to the jaws and face. Our team customizes these appliances for each patient, to create a natural, unique look for each patient, from everything to color, tooth shape, and tooth size.
Soft Tissue Laser Procedures
Using a soft tissue laser, we are able to complete many procedures without surgery that require some alteration of the gums. Some of these procedures include biopsies of suspicious lesions, frenectomy, and gingival recontouring.
You don't need to struggle through another day with dental pain. Instead, contact Cohen & Cohen today to schedule your first appointment. During operating hours, you will always be answered by our staff, not a machine. Our Washington, DC team provides comprehensive care options and excellent customer service so that you can always look forward to your visits. We know we'll give you a reason to smile!
COVID-19 UPDATE: Our office is open for all dental care. We are following local and CDC recommendations closely and complying with all infection control protocol. Please CLICK HERE to read about how we're protecting our patients and ourselves.