Your mouth is a window into the health of the body. Many dental problems are hidden and when left untreated can contribute to serious health problems. Good oral hygiene, combined with routine professional care is the best way to healthy gums and mouth.
Experienced Dental Care In Washington, D.C.
Andrew Cobb, DDS is a general dentist in Washington, D.C. with more than 25 years experience. Our general dentistry appointments are probably different than the ones you’ve had with other dentists. Dr. Cobb provides each patient with a comprehensive evaluation that includes a physical exam of the oral cavity, head and neck. Using state of the art technology, Dr. Cobb will prepare an individualized plan to prevent and treat dental problems. Dr. Cobb is considered one of the leading authorities in cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry. If you have cosmetic goals or dental concerns, we can help you with those as well.
Periodontal disease, better known as gum disease, is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Dr. Cobb can evaluate and treat the causes of gum disease, helping you prevent future problems.
Not Your Typical Dentist Visit
Not many people would say they look forward to visiting the dentist, but a trip to Dr. Cobb in Washington, D.C. promises to be as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. Dr. Cobb has incorporated first class amenities to his dental office to help make each visit more relaxing:
- Hi Resolution Video Glasses
- Bose Noise Canceling Headphones
- iPads and iPods with access to thousands of videos from Netflix and an endless library of music from Pandora
- Warm Towels
Featured Technology – Laser Dentistry
Fewer than 10% of dentists have incorporated laser dentistry into their practices and treatments. The dental laser allows Dr. Cobb to perform many soft tissue procedures that would otherwise require surgery. Dental lasers are used in all facets of Dr. Cobb’s practice including cosmetic and restorative dentistry. For general dentistry procedures, the dental laser is helpful because it reduces the need for anesthesia and limits bleeding and swelling. Dental lasers are especially effective when treating patients with gum disease. The laser beam uses a gentle, conservative cutting action that has coagulating capabilities, which reduces the risk of infection and allows for a speedy recovery.