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Roy Eskow, DDS & Adam Eskow, DDS, MS

Bethesda Dental Implant Center

5626 Shields Drive

Bethesda, MD



Awards and Honors

Dr. Roy Eskow: Fellow, American College of Dentists; Fellow, International College of Dentists; University of Maryland School of Dentistry Alumnus of the Year; Vice-Chair, University of Maryland School of Dentistry Board of Visitors

Dr. Adam Eskow: Diplomate of the American Academy of Periodontology; Leader of the Spear Study Club in Bethesda

What brings you the most satisfaction in your work?

We are proud of our heritage of being part of a family of three generations of dentists. While providing the highest quality dental care in a comfortable environment, we work extremely hard to restore our patients to a state of oral, dental and periodontal health. Our goal of prevention and preservation enables our patients to continue throughout life with optimal dental esthetics, phonetics and function. We find the right solution, whether it is saving natural teeth or providing dental implants. The best part of our day is when a patient tells us how we have positively affected his or her life.

What is your professional and educational background? 

Both graduated from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD), are members of its Deans Faculty and lecture to dental and dental hygiene colleagues.

Dr. Roy Eskow received his periodontal training at the Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry; Dr. Adam Eskow completed his at the University of Texas (UTSA).

What is the one thing that your patients should know about you?

Combining longevity and experience with contemporary education, we are skilled in the latest advances and invest in the latest technology in periodontics, dental implants, oral medicine and dental sleep medicine. We’ve been performing periodontal therapy and surgical placement of dental implants for 30 years.

How do you employ new technology to help your patients?

Digital x-rays and 3-dimensional tomography are dramatic aids in diagnosis and treatment. The Pinhole Surgical Technique for treating gum recession and exposed roots is another of our many state-of-the-art services, allowing us to treat gum recession without incisions or sutures. Minimally invasive therapy means a quick recovery.

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