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Dr. Alan R Heller D.D.S., M.S., Orthodontist

Dr. Alan R Heller D.D.S., M.S.

Orthodontist | Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics

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4405 East West Highway Suite 208 Bethesda MD, 20814
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3/5

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Dr. Alan Heller practices Orthodontics in Bethesda, MD. Comprehensive orthodontic treatment includes metal wires that are inserted into orthodontic brackets, which can be made from stainless steel or a more aesthetic ceramic material. The wires interact with the brackets to move teeth into desired positions. Being advanced in the field, Dr. Heller may also use Invisalign or other aligner trays that have been designed to align a patients? smile. As an orthodontist, Dr. Heller must recognize various characteristics of a malocclusion or dentofacial deformity, define the nature of the problem, including the etiology if possible, and design a treatment strategy based on the specific needs and desires of the patient.

Provider Details

Male English

Professional Memberships

  • Member Maryland State Dental Association

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Dr. Alan R Heller D.D.S., M.S.'s Practice location

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4405 East West Highway -
Bethesda, MD 20814
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New patients: 301-654-5433, 301-654-5433
Fax: 301-656-7874, 301-657-8403

4350 E WEST HWY -
BETHESDA, MD 20814
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New patients: 301-654-5433
Fax: 240-800-6200

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