Strong background in many areas including patient care, treatment planning, practice management, marketing, quality control, and patient relations. Provides comprehensive dental treatments including restorative, fixed and removable Prosthesis, Endodontics, and Periodontics.
Education and Training
University of Maryland, College Park Bachelor of Science in General Biology 1997
Howard University DDS 2002
Maryam Haeri's Expert Contributions
You can, but you might not like the final result. I think you will be happier if you do it after you are done with you ortho treatment!!! READ MORE
Contact your dentist. They can diagnose the problem better than anyone else since they did the work. Anyone else needs to take the crown off and start a new one, which you will be paying for out of pocket if your insurance has paid for the one you are having trouble with. READ MORE
They are probably inflamed. You need to see your dentist. You probably need to have full mouth debribment or deep cleaning!!! READ MORE
Unfortunately, there is no technique to stop someone from grinding or clinching their teeth. They could stop it on their own as they get older. The best way to prevent long-term damage to the dentition is by protecting the teeth by wearing a NG. READ MORE
Same 2 minute that is recommended for adults READ MORE
I need more information to be able to answer you correctly, but generally specking a tooth needs a root canal when there is infection within the nerve of the tooth. Pain is possible, not necessary the only indicator to determine treatment for a tooth including root canal treatment. READ MORE
It all depends on the condition of your teeth. You need orthodontic treatment to realign your teeth. It could be by traditional braces or, if possible, by Invisalign. You need to have a consultation to determine that. READ MORE
Using a mouthwash allows you to remove more of the plaque. You can do it twice a day. READ MORE
The biggest sign is bleeding gums when you touch your gum tissue including when you brush & floss your teeth. READ MORE
Any time there is any symptom, it a sign for possible problem. By treating it early, you might be able to avoid more serious & costly needed treatment. See your dentist. By checking it out, you can know for sure what is going on and put your mind and body at ease. READ MORE
If your cavity is deep enough to extend to the area where the nerve is located, then yes it is necessary to have root canal treatment & have the tooth restored. If you don’t get it treated, there will be an infection within your tooth and you can end up with a painful abscess. READ MORE
Good morning, To answer your question, no, it is not going away on its own. The abscess is a sign of infection within your tooth which is expanding to the soft tissue around it. You definitely need treatment, which includes root canal treatment and taking antibiotics. You need to see a dentist as soon as possible. Have a great day. Best regards, Maryam Haeri, DDS READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Dental Association
- District of Columbia Dental Society
Professional Society Memberships
- American Dental Association, District of Columbia Dental Society
Hobbies / Sports
- Swimming, Walking, Crafts-crochet
Favorite professional publications
- The Journal of the American Dental Association
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Patient Experience with Dr. Haeri
Thank you for taking care of my emergency case (broken teeth) promptly. Excellent service. Really through and thoughtful dentist.
I have had various procedures including two root canals and I am very happy with the results. Very through examination. Dr. Haeri always takes time to explain what each procedure is, how she will do it, and what to expect from it. Everyone was professional and friendly, so I will certainly be back.
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