Sunday, July 15, 2018

7 MouthHealthy Tips for Your Summer Soiree (Part 3 of 3)

Crush, Don’t Cube 
Ice may be your best friend on a hot day, but it's no friend to your teeth. That's because chewing on hard foods, such as ice, can leave your teeth vulnerable to a dental emergency such as a broken tooth and can even damage enamel. If you can, put cans and bottles in a huge tub of ice so your guests won’t be tempted to crunch a few cubes when they’re done with their drinks. If you need ice to put in a glass, use crushed

Serve Infused Water 
Soda and sports drinks are some of the worst drinks for your teeth. They eat away at your teeth, cause dry mouth and are full of sugar. Water, however, is one of the best things you can sip, so serve up a healthy drink with a twist of whatever fruit you’d like. Infused waters are low in sugar and super hydrating. (Just go easy on citrus fruits. The acid in lemons and limes can be harsh on your teeth.) Bonus: Pitchers of infused water will also look beautiful on your table.

Keep Gum Handy 
Your guests may be looking for something to freshen their breath after dinner. Swap out a bowl of mints for a dish of sugar-free gum. Studies using gum with the ADA Seal show that chewing sugarless gum for 20 minutes following meals may help prevent tooth decay. Chewing sugar-free gum gets saliva flowing to wash away food and fights acids produced by cavity-causing bacteria from eating away your teeth.

To read the entire article visit Mouthhealthy.org

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Sunday, July 8, 2018

7 MouthHealthy Tips for Your Summer Soiree (Part 2 of 3)

The Trouble with Toothpicks 
Serving corn on the cob or pulled pork? Your guests may need something to get food unstuck from their teeth. A toothpick is sharp and can pierce gums, giving bacteria a chance to get in. And no one wants a mouth splinter if it breaks. Instead, leave dental picks in a covered dish in the bathroom, or replace toothpicks on the table with soft, flexible, wooden plaque removers like Stim-U-Dent.

Go Seedless 
You can also cut down on food getting stuck in your guests’ teeth by serving seedless foods. Opt for hot dog and hamburger buns without sesame and poppy seeds. Use crunchy fruits in your fruit salad instead of raspberries, kiwi and blackberries, and serve seedless watermelon.

To read the entire article visit Mouthhealthy.org

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Pregnancy & Oral Health

Learn more about the risks to your oral health during pregnancy.


The above video is found on the American Dental Association YouTube Channel.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings

Strong, Tooth-Colored Fillings – Without Metal!

For a long time, the silver-mercury amalgam was the basic material used in dental practices, and many practices still employ metal fillings. While they do work as expected, amalgams have certain shortcomings. Metal does not attach well to teeth, so decay will leak into the tooth sooner or later. But the primary reason many of our patients are choosing the white fillings is because they look so much better. Many people just don’t want a noticeable dark filling in their teeth. We offer modern restorations that are a natural white, contain no metal, and can strengthen your teeth. They also bond tightly with the healthy tooth structure so there is much less chance of future decay.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Sunday, July 1, 2018

7 MouthHealthy Tips for Your Summer Soiree (Part 1 of 3)

Serve the Right Kind of Crunch
Potato chips are standard party fare, but they bring unwanted guests into your mouth. Chewed-up chips often settle in the pits of your teeth, giving cavity-causing bacteria the chance to make a meal from your teeth. 

Instead, put apples and pears on your fruit platter, and stock your veggie tray with carrots, celery and raw broccoli. They're like natural toothbrushes, scrubbing off build-up and stimulating saliva to wash away what’s left.

Cheese, Please 
A slice of cheddar can make a grilled burger so much better. Plus, who doesn’t love a cheese platter? Dairy products like milk, yogurt and cheese are low in sugar and rich in calcium and phosphorous, which strengthen and protect enamel. Research also suggests that eating more dairy may lower your chances for developing gum disease. So go ahead and say cheese!

To read the entire article visit Mouthhealthy.org

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Special Care Dentistry

Learn more about dental care for people with special needs.


The above video is found on the American Dental Association YouTube Channel.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Dental Treatments with Dental Lasers

Dental Lasers for Better Results and Faster Healing

Dental lasers are FDA-approved and offer exciting ways to ease discomfort during dental treatment. Procedures previously performed with scalpels or incisions can now be completed using laser technology. This less-invasive treatment means not only better results, but faster healing. We are able to correct uneven gummy smile lines, clean and re-contour inflamed gum tissue around crowns, halt gum disease, and heal canker sores or mouth ulcers instantly! The results are absolutely amazing!

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 466-4530
SiranliDental.com

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Bad Breath (also known as Halitosis)

Learn more about Bad Breath, which is also known as Halitosis.


The above video is found on the American Dental Association YouTube Channel.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Stay Healthy with Regular Dental Hygiene Visits

The Importance of Regular Hygiene Visits

An important reason to visit the dentist is to have a teeth cleaning by a professional hygienist. Plaque or tartar form on teeth over the years. Plaque is soft and sticky, but consistent brushing can usually keep it under control. However, plaque hardens into tartar, which is beyond the ability of a toothbrush or floss. Tartar builds up under the gum line as well as on the tooth surface. If plaque isn’t removed, you risk more serious problems with your teeth and gums in the future. Recent research reveals a link between untreated gum disease and serious conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Having your teeth cleaned by a hygienist regularly is one of the best things you can do to stay healthy.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP 
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605 
Washington, DC 20037 
(202) 466-4530 
SiranliDental.com

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

How to Fight Mouth Germs and Keep Your Smile Healthy

Below is an excerpt from an article found on Colgate.com that was written by Brenna Stone

Does the thought of mouth germs taking up residence on your teeth make you feel a little uncomfortable? It should! Masses of harmful microorganisms in the mouth can form plaque, the sticky substance that adheres to the teeth and gumline. Plaque can really harm your teeth and gums. When it isn't removed by regular brushing and flossing, it can lead to cavities and gum disease! Find out what you can do to reduce the amount of germs in your mouth.

Regular Toothbrushing
Toothbrushing is a powerful tool for fighting germs. At the minimum, brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste; once after breakfast and once before going to bed. There is no harm in brushing your teeth more frequently. You can brush after meals to cut down on plaque formation and to freshen your breath. Spend a full two minutes gently brushing all surfaces of your teeth and your tongue. Use a toothpaste like Colgate Total that is designed to keep your mouth clean and to fight germs.

Bacteria can flourish on your toothbrush as well. Change your toothbrush when it begins to look worn, according to American Dental Association. The American Dental Association recommends switching to a new brush about every three to four months. It is best to leave your bristles in the open air; a closed, moist environment can harbor more bacteria. Also, don't share brushes; it is possible to transfer mouth germs this way.

Don't Forget to Floss
Daily flossing is another important way to keep your mouth clean and healthy. Flossing can help to remove plaque from places that your toothbrush can't reach. Slide your floss in between the teeth. Also clean at the base of each tooth, removing plaque and food debris from underneath the gum line.

Your Diet and Mouth Germs
What you eat can also help to support a healthy smile. Eating lots of sugary and starchy foods will increase the amount of sugars that are available for bacteria in your mouth to thrive upon. Try cutting back on sweet treats and snacking on fresh fruits and veggies instead. When eating grains, be sure to choose whole grains.

Take good care of your teeth with daily brushing and flossing. Eat a balanced diet and see your dentist for regular check-ups. Your dentist can check for signs of cavities and gum disease, the dental hygienist can also clean your teeth, removing the plaque and tartar (hardened dental plaque) that is on your teeth. With excellent oral hygiene, mouth germs don't stand a chance!

To read the entire article visit Colgate.com.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

How to Brush Your Teeth Properly: A Quick Guide

Below is an excerpt from an article found on Colgate.com that was written by AM Hopkins

Everyone knows that brushing their teeth plays a major role in their overall health, but they may not be aware of the correct way to brush their teeth. The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth at least twice each day; here is a quick guide to ensure you know how to do it properly.

Purchase the right toothbrush. Before you even begin the process of brushing your teeth, it's important that you have the right toothbrush. The type of toothbrush you select depends on your specific needs. If you need a toothbrush mostly for removing plaque, a soft-bristled brush is best. On the other hand, if you are concerned about reaching hard-to-reach spaces, you should consider a toothbrush with a smaller head. in the Colgate Oral Care resources.

Take your time. You should spend at least two minutes brushing your teeth. This may seem like a long time - the average person usually falls short of this goal - but it is necessary ensure that your teeth are clean. If you're worried about reaching this goal, consider investing in a toothbrush that has an automatic timer or use a stopwatch.

Be thorough. Tilt your toothbrush to a 45 degree angle and ensure that you are cleaning both the outer and inner surfaces of your upper and lower teeth. It is equally important to clean the chewing surfaces of your teeth, as well.

Be gentle. When brushing your teeth, it's important to use short, precise strokes. This ensures that you don't cause any trauma to your mouth and that you reach the specific areas you are trying to target. You should brush the entire surface of the tooth in a gentle back and forth motion.

Don't forget your tongue. Brushing your tongue is an essential part of maintaining proper oral care. Many people often overlook this step, but it is important to both your overall oral hygiene and the freshness of your breath.

To read the entire article visit Colgate.com.

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Family Guide to Oral Health

Below is an excerpt from an article found on Colgate.com

By following the information in this guide, you and your family can have healthy teeth and gums to last a lifetime. As a parent, you can work with your children to help them understand why good oral care is important - and show them how to do it right!

Four Steps to a Bright Smile
Brush at least twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste, especially after eating breakfast and before bedtime.
Floss every day.
Limit the number of times you eat snacks each day.
Visit your dentist regularly.

It's easy to guide your family toward good oral health. All it takes is the right information and a little practice to keep them moving in the right direction!

To read the entire article visit Colgate.com.

The remainder of the article details the following:
Infographics on how to brush
Infographcis on how to floss
A list of preventive dental care tips!

Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Stress & Oral Health

Learn more about what the American Dental Association has to say about Stress and your Oral Health!





The above video is found on the American Dental Association YouTube Channel.

Siranli Dental   
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP   
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605   
Washington, DC 20037   
(202) 466-4530   
SiranliDental.com  

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Periodontal Screening

Learn more about what the American Dental Association has to say about Periodontal Screening!





Siranli Dental   
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP   
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605   
Washington, DC 20037   
(202) 466-4530   
SiranliDental.com

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Invisalign & ClearCorrect - Dental Aligners

Invisalign Dentist Washington DC
Straight Teeth, Fast
 

Invisalign & ClearCorrect Washington DC
We offer both Invisalign™ and ClearCorrect™ virtually invisible aligners, innovative solutions that straighten teeth in as little as 6 - 15 months! These clear aligners can correct a range of issues including overcrowding, widely spaced teeth, overbite, underbite, or crossbite.
Short Term Dental Braces Washington
Treatment involves replacing the clear custom-made aligners about every two weeks, and no metal or wires means less time going back to the dentist for maintenance. Invisalign and ClearCorrect gently move teeth into a straighter position step by step, until you have completed treatment. No braces, wires, or headgear are necessary. This means no irritation to your mouth, and best of all, no one will know you’re even wearing aligners because they are practically invisible! The clear aligners are easy to remove so you can not only eat and drink whatever you want, but you can also easily brush and floss your teeth!


Siranli Dental   
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
 2112 F St. NW, Suite 605   
Washington, DC 20037   
(202) 466-4530   
SiranliDental.com

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Sleep Apnea Dental Treatment

Sleep Apnea Dental Treatment Washington DCAre You Falling Asleep During the Day?

If you or someone you know falls asleep during the day, or snores loudly or has interrupted breathing while sleeping, it may be sleep apnea. The usual treatment for sleep apnea has been the bulky CPAP device. A patient is fitted with a machine that forces a continuous stream of air into the patient’s nose or mouth during sleep. However, many people find this uncomfortable and they can no longer wear the mask.

If you have sleep apnea and can’t use a CPAP machine, dentistry now has new treatment options such as oral appliances. These appliances are small acrylic devices that fit the upper and lower teeth much like an orthodontic retainer or mouthguard. They gently realign your tongue and jaw, which opens the airway and allows more air flow as you sleep. They are easy to wear and clean and are convenient for travel. These have worked well for over 90% of those who use them and are an excellent alternative to CPAP machines. If you snore or a physician has given you a sleep apnea diagnosis, give us a call today to learn more.


Siranli Dental   
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP   
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605   
Washington, DC 20037   
(202) 466-4530   
SiranliDental.com

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Oral Cancer Screening

Oral Cancer Screening Washington DC

Reduce the Risk

You don’t hear about it often, but oral cancer causes one American death each hour. This mortality rate hasn’t changed in 40 years. However, there is some good news. Early detection means a 90% cure rate!

That’s why we conduct visual screenings for oral cancer at each six-month checkup or cleaning. This examination includes all of the soft tissues of your mouth, as well as your throat, neck, and head.

If the hygienist or doctors see anything that causes concern, they’ll refer you to an oral surgeon. This type of screening could literally be lifesaving!


Siranli Dental   
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP   
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605   
Washington, DC 20037   
(202) 466-4530   
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, April 19, 2018

CERC Dental Crowns

Single Visit Dental Crowns WashingtonNatural-Looking Crowns Created in One Easy Visit
You know the usual routine. You visit a dentist and learn you need a crown. The dentist prepares the tooth to be repaired, takes an impression, and places a temporary crown. You then wait two weeks for a return visit, and then the dentist installs your permanent crown. If for any reason the fit isn’t perfect, then it goes back to the lab again and you wait. And once again you return to the dentist.

But with new technology called CEREC™ one-visit dentistry, that’s all changed. Our doctors can reduce that process to just a single visit! CEREC is a computer-aided design and milling device. It allows us to construct a permanent crown in our in-house lab while you wait. There’s no more waiting for an external lab, and no return trips to the dentist. Our patients love it!

CEREC allows us to repair a damaged tooth in about an hour. We no longer need to take dental impressions or create temporaries, and this technology allows us to satisfy patients looking for a long-lasting, aesthetic alternative to silver fillings.

To make your crown, we use a special camera to photograph the tooth. The picture is then displayed on a computer screen, allowing us to design your restoration. Then the CEREC machine takes over and automatically builds the restoration. Finally, we bond the restoration to the surface of the damaged tooth for the final repair.

All this makes a dental visit much easier and faster, and nobody wants to spend more time in the dental chair!



Siranli Dental  
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP  
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605  
Washington, DC 20037  
(202) 466-4530  
SiranliDental.com

Monday, April 16, 2018

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry Washington DC

Relax During Your Dental Care
Even though our dentists carefully deliver painless injections, some people are naturally anxious at the thought of a needle. If you break into a sweat at the mention of the word “dentist,” we have an easy solution to the problem.

An hour before your arrival, you take a pill that we dispense to you. You then reach a level of sedation that allows you to answer questions but mostly sleep through your visit. This is a great option for anxious people or those who are very busy and want to get all their treatment done in one convenient visit.


Siranli Dental 
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP 
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605 
Washington, DC 20037 
(202) 466-4530 
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Implant Dentistry

Implant Dentistry Washington DC

Dental Implants
 

Dental Implants Dentist Washington DC
Dental implants are the preferred way to replace missing teeth. From the front of the mouth, where they are most visible, to the back, where they provide the stability for chewing, implants can help you recapture a beautiful, functional smile. Unlike bridges or dentures, which sit on top of gums, dental implants are placed beneath the gums. The “tooth” placed on an implant looks like a real tooth, because it comes through the gums just like the original! Implants can be used to replace any number of lost teeth. Even those without teeth can greatly benefit from implants, because they can replace dentures with teeth that stay in place while talking and don’t need to be removed while sleeping. Because we handle everything from implant placement to crown fabrication, there’s no need to be referred to another dental office. We also employ computer guided surgery to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients, and an in-house lab to ensure the highest quality results in the fastest possible time.

Implant-supported teeth look and function just like real teeth and are maintained with the same oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing. By permanently replacing missing teeth – and lost gum tissues – implant-supported teeth restore the support of the facial structures (cheeks and lips), thereby creating a more youthful appearance as well as the ability to function normally. This includes chewing hard foods, eating fresh fruits and vegetables, laughing, kissing, speaking confidently and smiling with joy. 


Siranli Dental 
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP 
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605 
Washington, DC 20037 
(202) 466-4530 
SiranliDental.com

Monday, April 9, 2018

Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental Treatment Team Washington DC

Remake Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry
We emphasize an aesthetic aspect in our work because we know that if your smile looks good, you feel great! We employ a combination of preventive care, tooth-colored fillings, and restorative techniques for your best dental health. Smile makeovers are now so easy (and affordable) that there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have the beautiful, natural-looking smile you’ve always wanted. Ask us what crowns, bonding, and teeth whitening can do to transform your smile!


Siranli Dental
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP 
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605 
Washington, DC 20037 
(202) 466-4530 
SiranliDental.com

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Dentists Washington DC


Our doctors are pleased to be able to offer beautiful smiles to their neighbors in Washington, DC, and the surrounding communities.

Dentist Dr. Samantha Siranli WashingtonSamantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP, earned her dental degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine and has completed several postgraduate programs in prosthodontics, which is dedicated to the cosmetic and functional restoration of missing teeth. She has achieved fellowship in implant dentistry, is trained in advanced hospital dentistry, and even obtained a PhD in research on dental implants. In 2010, the American Board of Prosthodontics awarded her the most prestigious award in the field: Board Certification (Diplomate) in Prosthodontics. In 2011, on account of her work, Dr. Siranli was invited to be a featured speaker at the board’s annual convention, where she presented her case to hundreds of colleagues from across the United States.

Dr. Siranli served as an associate professor, teaching and practicing implant dentistry and prosthodontics, at the University of Pittsburgh. Following that she was recruited to the Medical College of Georgia to teach aesthetics, implant dentistry, and prosthodontics. She has received numerous awards and is a contributing author to the book Esthetics in Dentistry. Dr. Siranli has presented lectures in aesthetic and implant dentistry at national and international conferences and is recognized as one of the premiere prosthodontists in the United States. She has been practicing general dentistry, aesthetic dentistry, implant dentistry, and prosthodontics for nearly two decades and uses the latest technological innovations in dentistry, including immediate placement and restoration of implants, computer-guided surgery, veneers, crowns, and new smiles in one day. In 2017, she was selected by her peers to be listed in topDentists™, which appeared in Washingtonian magazine.

Dr. Siranli and her husband have two beautiful children. When she’s not spending time with her family, she also enjoys playing tennis, dancing, and reading.
Dentist Johanna HuijssoonJohanna Huijssoon, DMD, earned her dental degree from Washington University School of Dental Medicine in St Louis before going on to complete a General Practice Residency at Erie County Medical Center, SUNY, in Buffalo, New York. She served on the faculty of Northern Virginia Community College as an assistant professor in the college’s dental hygiene program for 15 years.

Over the course of her 26-year career, Dr. Huijssoon has been involved with numerous professional organizations. In addition to being a member of the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry, she was president of the District of Columbia Dental Society (DCDS) from 2012–13 and is currently a board member of the DCDS Foundation and completing her term on the DCDS Finance and Advisory Committee. She also serves on the DCDS Professional Standards Committee. In 2008, Dr. Huijssoon was awarded fellowship into the International College of Dentists and in 2014 the American College of Dentists. In both organizations fellowship is granted by invitation only.

As part of her commitment to serving others, Dr. Huijssoon has volunteered in two overseas Operation Smile mission trips and donates her time locally as a volunteer dentist for Catholic Charities and by serving on the board of DC Dutch. She has been named a topDentist in Washingtonian magazine several times, most recently in 2017. In her spare time, she is a ski instructor and loves cooking.
Dentist Michael Blicher WashingtonMichael Blicher, DDS,is a native of the Washington, DC, area. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland in College Park and his dental degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in Baltimore. After dental school, he served as a captain in the U.S. Air Force, practicing dentistry at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. He has been in private practice in Washington, DC, for over 30 years. Dr. Blicher is an active member of the District of Columbia Dental Society, the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Maimonides Dental Study Club.

A past president and current secretary of the District of Columbia Dental Society, Dr. Blicher is also the vice president of the DC Academy of General Dentistry, section chair of the Metro DC chapter of the American College of Dentists, and on the Scientific Meeting Committee of the Academy of General Dentistry. He has been awarded fellowships in the Academy of General Dentistry, the Academy of Dentistry International, the American College of Dentists, the International College of Dentists, and the Pierre Fauchard Academy and is a dental products evaluator for Clinical Research Associates.

Dr. Blicher is honored to have been voted a topDentist in the last seven surveys of dentists as featured in Washingtonian magazine and was listed as a “Top-Rated Dentist” in the Washington Consumers’ Checkbook Magazine. He is happily married to Emily Green-Blicher and has two grown children, Gabrielle and Brian. His hobbies include scuba diving, photography, golf, bike riding, and cruising around in his 1965 Mustang convertible.
Dentist Dr. Nguyen WashingtonMyly Nguyen, DDS, graduated from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry cum laude. She believes in high-quality dental care that provides complete elimination of dental health problems.

With her bachelor’s degree in neurobiology and physiology, she understands that the body needs to be treated in a holistic fashion for true health. From sleep obstruction to cosmetic concerns, she is committed to identifying, understanding, and controlling the causes of dental disease.

As an active member of the DC Dental Society, Dr. Nguyen combines a gentle, friendly style with the latest technology and innovation. We are pleased to welcome her to the Siranli experience. She is currently accepting most preferred insurances.


Siranli Dental
Samantha Siranli, DMD, PhD, FACP
2112 F St. NW, Suite 605
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 466-4530
SiranliDental.com