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What If I Don’t Have Enough Bone Density for Dental Implants?

Are you interested in dental implants but have been told you don’t have sufficient jawbone structure and/or density to qualify as a good candidate? At Bethesda Sedation Dentistry, we may be able to help. Our experienced dentists – Dr. Robert Schlossberg and Dr. Deborah Klotz – offer bone grafting, an innovative procedure that can be […] Continue Reading

Maryland Dentistry Practice Up for Nomination as Best General Dentist in Best of Bethesda Reader’s Poll

Bethesda Sedation Dentistry is one of several dentist’s offices in contention for Bethesda Magazine’s Best of Bethesda Readers’ Poll. Bethesda, MD — Drs. Deborah Klotz and Robert Schlossberg, of Bethesda Sedation Dentistry, have a long history of helping people achieve beautiful smiles with their cosmetic, sedation, and general dentistry services. Now they are encouraging people […] Continue Reading

What Is Guided Implant Surgery?

Few services can help patients achieve the kind of functionality that’s possible with dental implants. Because they can be used to replace everything from a single tooth to a full row of teeth, they’re remarkably versatile. Plus, because they mimic nature’s design, the finished results will both look and feel natural. However, restoring a patient’s […] Continue Reading

What Are Dental Implants?

With dental implants, Dr. Schlossberg and Dr. Klotz can help their patients from Bethesda and beyond to improve the appearance and functionality of a smile that is missing teeth. Dental implants are different from other restorative services because they best mimic nature’s own design. That’s what makes them more effective than other, more traditional options. […] Continue Reading

My crown came out. Can it be re-cemented?

A common question at our Bethesda dental office is: “My crown came out. Can it be re-cemented?” At Bethesda Sedation Dentistry, we strive to provide you with the highest level of dental care at all times, but sometimes things happen. If your crown comes loose or falls out, you should call our office immediately. Depending […] Continue Reading