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Top Dentists 2011: Oral Surgeons
Comments () | Published May 2, 2011

Oral Surgeons

These surgeons operate on the mouth, jaws, and face, including tooth extraction, reconstruction of fractured jaws, and implants.

  • Dr. Robert Emery


    Capital Center for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    Website  |  202-386-7100
    2311 M Street, NW Suite 200, Washington DC 20037

    Dr. Robert W. Emery is director of the Capital Center for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, a true state-of-the-art surgical center. Our goal is to provide the highest level of care in a warm and comfortable setting. We offer exceptional care by using the most advanced technology available including three-dimensional computer guided surgery for dental implant placement, wisdom tooth extractions and tumor removal.

  • Dr. Steven Guttenberg


    Website  |  202 466-3323
    The Washington Institute for Mouth, Face, and Jaw Surgery
    2021 K Street NW, Suite 200 Washington DC 20006

    The Washington Institute for Mouth, Face, and Jaw Surgery has been devoted to providing a highly balanced system of patient care that delivers experience, technology as well as an outstanding supportive care for our patients. As a Washington, D.C. oral surgery practice, we see patients from the surrounding area as well as around the world. Our center is directed by Dr. Steven A. Guttenberg, board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon (Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery), fellow of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and former President of the American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.

    Our key areas of focus include dental implants as well as cosmetic facial surgery, corrective jaw surgery and wisdom tooth removal. We also diagnose and treat facial pain, facial injuries and TMJ disorders.

Name Location Phone Number
Joseph M. Arzadon Gainesville
Arlington
Manassas
703-753-5268
Christopher E. Bonacci Vienna 703-255-9400
Theodore P. Corcoran Falls Church
North Arlington
703-534-6500
703-522-6440
Edward B. Delgado Tysons Corner
Alexandria
703-506-1414
703-317-1717
*Patrick J. Dolan Centreville
Fairfax
Burke
703-266-0026
703-385-5777
703-764-2077
Steve Dorsch Leesburg
Ashburn
703-771-1771
703-729-8700
William R. Dzyak Kensington
Boyds
301-942-4900
301-916-8686
*Robert W. Emery downtown DC 202-386-7100
Richard L. Giuliani Chevy Chase 301-652-7372
Leonard Goldman Silver Spring 301-439-3550
Stuart L. Graves Burke
Reston
703-425-5010
703-736-1640
*Steven A. Guttenberg downtown DC 202-466-3323
H. Ryan Kazemi Bethesda 301-654-7070
Michael D. Kuzmik Alexandria
Tysons Corner
703-317-1717
703-506-1414
J. Daniel LaBriola Annandale
Woodbridge
703-256-2307
703-494-9173
Jeffrey A. Lane Burke
Fairfax
703-764-2077
703-385-5777
Clarence C. Lindquist Chevy Chase
downtown DC
301-652-8555
202-466-7555
Leonard Merlo Rockville
Dupont Circle
301-468-0020
202-223-3391
George Obeid Washington Hospital Center 202-877-7332
Jeffrey Posnick Chevy Chase 301-986-9475
Cyrus A. Ramsey Centreville
Fairfax
Burke
Woodbridge
703-266-0026
703-385-5777
703-764-2077
703-672-4200
*David S. Ross Bethesda 301-656-9565
Gerald Rothman Alexandria 703-370-3012
Jeffrey Rothman Alexandria 703-370-3012
Harlene D. Sandler Rockville 301-762-0062
Kevin G. Schwartz Olney
Mount Airy
Rockville
301-774-6200
301-831-0110
301-990-8400
Kimberly A. Silloway Centreville
Fairfax
Woodbridge
703-266-0026
703-385-5777
703-672-4200
*Peter W. Smith Reston
Fairfax
Burke
703-435-7100
703-385-5777
703-764-2077
Mitchell A. Stark Rockville
College Park
301-340-0101
301-345-7007
Daniel M. Theberge Fairfax
Reston
Centreville
Woodbridge
703-385-5777
703-435-7100
703-266-0026
703-672-4200
Craig Vigliante Leesburg 703-723-5366
Michael J. Will Urbana 301-874-1707
Richard Williams Germantown
Chevy Chase
301-540-8844
202-364-9400
Hugh Zadeh Annandale
Woodbridge
703-256-2307
703-494-9173
Edward Zebovitz Bowie 301-352-6311
*Henry W. Zussman Fairfax
Burke
Woodbridge
703-385-5777
703-764-2077
703-672-4200

*denotes top vote-getter in survey

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  • Another reason adults choose not to have classic orthodontics is that they are uncomfortable. They cut your lips and rub your cheek and cause a fair amount of discomfort every time they are tightened. Additionally, they are always getting food caught in them and they prevent the consumption of certain foods. With Invisalign the trays fit right over the teeth and are smooth and mimic the natural parts of the mouth. They do not rub or catch on anything and if you want to eat something sticky you can just take them out and not worry about breaking a wire. Afterwards, you just brush your teeth and put them back.

  • gmk2mom

    Dr. Hugh Zadeh -- **DO NOT GO HERE UNLESS YOU WANT BILLING ISSUES** I have been a patient and now my child, for over the 7 years I have been impressed with Dr. Zadeh but thoroughly disappointed by the billing department. You will pay way more than others for care here but I used this office because they used to work with my insurance. I am being threatened by Rosa, the billing manager, that I am going to be sent to collections for a bill for service in June 2013 but didn't receive until January 2014 - they did not submit for payment until 12/30/13. Apparently they do NOT know how to code the bills nor do they have customer service as a priority to handle these issues. I have been trying to fix this situation since January but have dealt with billing issues in the past with this office - not this extreme. I will not go back to this office after paying them thousands of dollars over the years. I tried to talk to Dr. Zadeh about his poor billing practices reflected from Rosa but he refused to return my call. I am reporting his office to the American Dental Association, Virginia Department of Health Professions, and Better Business Bureau.

  • Thanks for all the advice. I'm looking into Iowa oral surgeons. Any recommendations? I'm a little nervous because your smile is the first thing people notice so I want everything to go perfect.

  • Kaley  Baum

    Thanks for sharing this list of top dentists for 2011. It’ll
    make the search much easier for those looking for dentists with the credentials
    and the heart to do dental work on their patients. Since they’re on the top
    dentists list, I’m sure they’re not only able to meet a patient’s needs,
    they’re also able to give them the best possible dental experience.

    Kaley
    Baum

  • How well a procedure turns out depends largely on the skill of the dentist. It is a very good idea to go for the best, such as the people on this list, in order to avoid any possible mistakes.

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