Ben Manesh, DDS, is a well-versed dentist who diagnoses and treats patients at Supertooth Dental Group in Bethesda, MD. “With patients’ comfort and oral health as top priorities, Dr. Manesh feels particularly rewarded when patients who are nervous, in pain, or ashamed of their smile seek him for help. Working together, patients overcome their challenges, and they leave with a wonderful, healthy smile, thanking the dentist and his team for the exceptional care they have received”, states the official website of his practice. As a dentist, he treats diseases and other conditions that affect the teeth and gums. Dr. Manesh has an impressive professional journey that spans many years and has expanse knowledge and unrivaled expertise in all facets of dentistry.
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Dr. Ben Manesh, DDS's Expert Contributions
Difficult question. If you need dentures or even implants, you should be safe with the dentist since it does not create aerosol. Just ask your dentist to follow CDC guidelines. READ MORE
You are usually anesthesized and there should be little to no pain. READ MORE
Yes, there is no contraindications READ MORE
No READ MORE
Porcelain is irritant to the gum tissue READ MORE
You cannot usually tell, and if you can, it’s probably a very deep cavity. Check with your dentist. READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Sometimes you can go through the crown to do the root canal. READ MORE
Two weeks READ MORE
It can take about two weeks. READ MORE
Maybe warm salt water rinses every 4-6 hours READ MORE
Not really. Maybe in special occasion READ MORE
It depends, in some cases yes READ MORE
To determine if the tooth is cracked you can place a cotton roll or Q-tip on the affected area and press hard if pain upon removal it will confirm the tooth is cracked. A crown and sometimes root canal is indicated READ MORE
It should have been better by now, but you can take over-the-counter Advil and Tylenol combined every 4 hours for pain! Contact your dentist. READ MORE
It shouldn’t. You may need an adjustment. READ MORE
You may need a root canal or a crown READ MORE
If it’s deep yes READ MORE
Veneers are supposed to be just like your teeth so clean the normal way you would clean your teeth READ MORE
You can use clear aligner (Invisalign) to express your realign your tooth. READ MORE
Usually 3-6 months but sometimes we can load the implant with crown immediately READ MORE
It’s recommended that one implant per missing teeth, but all on 4 is a hybrid denture which needs four implants for 10-12 teeth READ MORE
If you have bone, yes, and if not, bone grafting may help with placement of the implant. READ MORE
No. Once infected, you remove it and reattempt at a later date (3-6 months later). READ MORE
Occasionally, but not recommended READ MORE
There is no data regarding that side effect READ MORE
Implants are permanent if they are properly taken care of regardless of the brand READ MORE
May or may not make a difference READ MORE
There are a number of implant systems available, but if they are properly placed and maintained each one can last a long time READ MORE
Unfortunately yes READ MORE
I prefer Titanium READ MORE
Preparing tooth is the same protocol but with different margin type and reduction amount READ MORE
Gums follow bone, you have lost bone around the implant which can be due to inflammation(plaque and tarter), malocclusion unusual forces on the implant allergies, genetics and so on. READ MORE
There are many ways to do that: Orthodontia, bonding, veneers, and crowns are helpful to close gaps. READ MORE
Teeth move all the time but it doesn’t necessarily mean they move a certain way. READ MORE
I would not recommend it READ MORE
Just like any other cavity but approaching from the tongue sid. READ MORE
If they are clean and have not worn down or broken there is no need to replace them READ MORE
Teeth move all the time but it doesn’t mean they move a certain way. Orthodontist and nowadays clear aligner will help move teeth in a certain way. READ MORE
Not necessarily READ MORE
You have lost bone around your bridge and the gums followed the bone READ MORE
If the crown fits properly on your tooth there should be no problem READ MORE
First couple of days may feel weird or different, but after a while, it feels just like your teeth. READ MORE
Root canal doesn’t affect your gums. The underlying problem which caused the need for the root canal can easily affect the gums. READ MORE
No, once you have a crown you can replace it with another crown READ MORE
It should be as strong as your teeth. However, if you have lost too much tooth structure prior to bonding procedure then the tooth may no longer be as strong READ MORE
There is no specific time needed. If you're in pain, you may want to wait 2-3 weeks before you start braces. READ MORE
Either the bite needs adjustment or the filling is too close to the nerve. READ MORE
Usually about 2-3 hours READ MORE
Yes, it causes pain when chewing or biting READ MORE
Occasional pain, but improving as the time goes by! May need a crown to protect it. READ MORE
Your body has the best defensive mechanisms to deal with disease, but it does not mean you should not seek treatment READ MORE
The clot that is forming comes out of the bone surface and is left without protection. May smell and turn dark and it’s quite painful. READ MORE
After a while, you can eat everything, but your biting pattern should be simultaneously biting on both sides. People have problems with lettuce. READ MORE
Yes, it can be very serious! You have infection of the gums in the gateway to your body. READ MORE
No they are fixed. READ MORE
You can use mouthwash alone and even wash your aligner in mouthwash READ MORE
Minimum 3days READ MORE
7-10 days. Some stitches are dissolvable. READ MORE
Usually little to no bleeding READ MORE
One to two days minimum READ MORE
Maximum of one week READ MORE
No precaution necessary READ MORE
See your orthodontist READ MORE
Just remove it put some wax on sharp areas and see your orthodontist READ MORE
If the denture's made properly, it should not take more than two weeks to settle in. If you do not have enough bone to support the denture, then it might not settle in even after a long time. You may need to inquire about implants to support your denture. With the technology available these days, implant dentistry is much more desirable. READ MORE
If there is no swelling and no inflammation and tissue is nice and pink there is no need for saltwater rinse READ MORE
Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums with no bone loss. Periodontitis is inflammation along with bone loss, which is more advanced and can cause tooth loss. READ MORE
Usually we want to wait 48 hrs before that process and when rinsing it has to be very mild. READ MORE
By that you mean the crown of the implant I assume! For crowns, usually brushing with pumice works best. Some teeth whitening materials also work like hydrogen peroxide. READ MORE
Pinkish color. It can be red due to trauma, but if it’s dark, you may have dry socket. READ MORE
There are many reasons for gum infection, including genetics, systemic diseases, medications environment, malocclusion and so on. Once the etiology is found, the treatment includes scaling and root planing antibiotics application, perio surgery... READ MORE
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- Maryland State Dental Association
- Gorgas Honors Society
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- Maryland State Dental Association, the Southern Maryland Dental Society, the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society, and the Gorgas Honors Society
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Get to know Dentist Dr. Ben Manesh, who serves patients in Maryland.
Dr. Manesh brings his general dentistry expertise to Supertooth Dental Group, with offices in Bethesda and Germantown, Maryland. He defines success as addressing patients’ dental problems from pain and discomfort to restoring confident, beautiful smiles.
His patients feel comfortable sharing their personal stories in an effort to resolve their dental concerns. Dr. Manesh is honored that they trust him to care for their most precious asset – their smile – which is the reason patients seek his expertise. He does not take this responsibility lightly.
With patients’ comfort and oral health as top priorities, Dr. Manesh feels particularly rewarded when patients who are nervous, in pain, or ashamed of their smile seek him for help. Working together, patients overcome their challenges, and they leave with a wonderful, healthy smile, thanking the dentist and his team for the exceptional care they have received.
A graduate of the University of Maryland, Dr. Manesh has instituted frequent meetings to discuss the latest in dental techniques and to evaluate performance. Continuing education and patient satisfaction are of the utmost importance to him.
In order to stay up to date in his field, he remains a member of several professional organizations, including the Maryland State Dental Association, the Southern Maryland Dental Society, the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society, and the Gorgas Honors Society.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.
Ben Manesh, DDS, is a Leading Dentist with Supertooth Dental Group in Bethesda, MD
Ben Manesh, DDS, is a well-versed dentist who diagnoses and treats patients at Supertooth Dental Group in Bethesda, MD. “With patients’ comfort and oral health as top priorities, Dr. Manesh feels particularly rewarded when patients who are nervous, in pain, or ashamed of their smile seek him for help. Working together, patients overcome their challenges, and they leave with a wonderful, healthy smile, thanking the dentist and his team for the exceptional care they have received”, states the official website of his practice. As a dentist, he treats diseases and other conditions that affect the teeth and gums. Dr. Manesh has an impressive professional journey that spans many years and has expanse knowledge and unrivaled expertise in all facets of dentistry. For more information about Ben Manesh, DDS, please visit https://www.supertooth.com/provider/ben-manesh-dds.
Born in Shiraz, Iran, Ben Manesh, DDS, attended the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, where he received his medical degree. Continuing education and patient satisfaction are of the utmost importance to him. And, he remains at the forefront of his challenging specialty via memberships and affiliations with prestigious professional societies and associations. As a result, he is a member of the the Maryland State Dental Association, the Southern Maryland Dental Society, the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society, and the Gorgas Honors Society. Prior to dental school, Dr. Manesh graduated from Montgomery College. Outside work, he enjoys the company of his wife and two children, “When I’m not working, I’m most often found in their company: Our time together, whatever we’re doing, is valued”, he says. For more information about Dr. Ben Manesh, DDS, please visit https://www.findatopdoc.com/doctor/2350193-Ben-Manesh-Dentist.
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