Second Opinions for Dental Treatment

Cosmetic Dentist for Washington, DC, & Alexandria, Arlington, McLean, Springfield, Burke, VA

Are dentists' pitches overwhelming? Confusing? Hard to understand?

Alexandria VA dentist Dr. Lawrence Singer at DC Smiles uses intraoral photographs, digital x-ray images, before-and-after photos of similar cases, and other patient education techniques to help you understand the issues and the recommended treatment options.

When you need a caring and comprehensive dentist to provide a second opinion, please contact DC Smiles online or call our Alexandria dental practice directly at (703) 249-4527. Dr. Singer serves patients from throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Why Choose DC Smiles?

He takes time to talk with you and thoroughly responds to all your questions and concerns.

You'll have options with a DC Smiles treatment plan. Because Dr. Singer uses the latest tools and can perform many different procedures, he'll help you decide which treatments will work best for your lifestyle, budget, and goals.

DC Smiles welcomes patients seeking a second opinion about:

Our dental team will provide the information you need to make wise decisions about your oral healthcare and your smile's appearance. Our front office can assist you with insurance questions and financing options, too. Remember, it never hurts to get a second opinion!

To book our appointment or consultation with Dr. Singer at DC Smiles, please contact us online or call our Alexandria VA office directly at (703) 249-4527. Dr. Singer sees patients from across the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

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