Family Dentistry Bethesda, MD

Our Bethesda dentist office welcomes new patients and provides dental services for children and adults. We enjoy helping patients of all ages learn more about how to care for their smiles. Additionally, our dental services were designed with you in mind. We will provide age-appropriate care to you and your entire family. Learn more about our family dentistry services below.

Dentist Office in Bethesda, Maryland

Family Dentistry in Bethesda, MD

Dr. Khanna provides experienced general dentistry for all ages. She is happy to see patients of all ages in our Bethesda, MD dentist office. She leads a group of compassionate dental professionals who are equipped to provide exceptional dentistry to patients at all stages of their dental health journey. If you are looking for a dentist in Bethesda for you and your family, we hope you will consider visiting our office. Below are answers to frequently asked questions about our family dentistry services:

My child has dental anxiety. What can be done? 

We understand sitting in the dental chair can be a new and potentially anxiety-provoking experience for our younger patients. Our compassionate dental care team will ensure that they feel welcomed and comfortable. We will explain our processes and treatments to them using kid-friendly terms and take breaks throughout their procedures so that they do not get overwhelmed. Rest assured that we will treat your family members with kindness and help them enjoy their dental care experience.

Can I schedule close appointment times for my whole family? 

We will do our best to accommodate any scheduling needs you may have. Please contact our front desk directly to request scheduling similar appointment times for your family members.

How soon should I bring my child to the dentist? 

It is recommended that your child see a dentist by their first birthday. The sooner they sit in the dental chair, the more likely they will continue to practice lifelong preventative care for their smiles. Additionally, we aim to monitor the development of your child’s dental structures so that we can address minor issues before they develop into major dental concerns.

How often should I bring myself and my family to the dentist? 

We recommend that everyone visit the dentist at least once every six months for routine preventative dental care.