Jennifer Sokolosky DMD
A Great Dentist

We will help you achieve and maintain a healthy, bright smile you can be proud of.

I found the best and caring dentist, she has all the patience and calmness to treat you well and make you comfortable. I don't like to go to the dentist if I can avoid it, but she helps my attitude to dentist to be changed. Finding the right one who is caring is important. So don't hesitate to visit Dr. Sokolosky. Thanks. - Azeb H.


Why a Family Dentist Is Best for Your Family

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At MD Smiles, we love treating families. Besides, there are many benefits for you and your loved ones when you choose a family dentist to treat all family members.

It is also important to remember that dentists who treat or work with multiple age groups are experienced when it comes to dental issues that arise within these diverse age groups.

Let’s look at a few reasons why a family dentist in Columbia, MD is the best choice.

Familiarity Equals Comfort

When you and your family utilize the services of a family dentist, it means that each family member has a better idea of what to expect.

This is especially important for children who may be ...

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Choosing the right toothpaste

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Any fluoride toothpaste that will help you maintain a good oral health routine!

We know you have a million and one choices facing you in the toothpaste aisle, and it can be hard to figure out what’s best for you. Most people, however, can use any toothpaste that has the ADA (American Dental Association) seal of approval. This seal means that the toothpaste contains fluoride, has the right amount of abrasiveness (not too little and not too much), and has been shown to be both safe and effective for intended use. If you have any sensitivity to dyes, preservatives, or certain ingredients, opt for a toothpaste that is free of ...

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Understanding the Five Stages of Tooth Decay

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Did you know there are five distinct stages of tooth decay? And, that in the first stage of decay, you can actually take steps to reverse the progression of the disease? Indeed, it’s true. In the first stage of decay, whether you’re a child or an adult, the application of fluoride via fluoride treatments, your toothpaste and even the local water supply can stop a cavity from penetrating through the enamel and reaching its second stage. Even the saliva in your mouth and the foods you eat help to re-mineralize a tooth in jeopardy. But that’s just the first stage! What about the rest? Understanding how a cavity progresses can ...

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