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Dr. Eric Levine
After Dr. Levine graduated from University of Maryland, he opened 2 practices and was appointed full-time professor at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry where he was course director for the Year 1 preclinical course in operative dentistry.
Dr. Levine’s dental practice in Olney, MD (Olney Dental Center) focuses on restorative and cosmetic dental services. We provide aesthetic dentistry services that improve your health and well-being, self-esteem. New patients are always welcome.
Our staff is friendly and compassionate and it’s always our number one goal to provide a pleasant dental experience.
- CHILDREN’S DENTISTRY
- CROWNS & BRIDGES
- DENTAL EMERGENCIES
- DENTAL IMPLANTS
- INVISALIGN™ ORTHODONTICS
- PARTIAL & FULL DENTURES
- PERIODONTAL (GUM) EVALUATION
- REGULAR & DEEP TEETH CLEANING
- SLEEP AND SNORING
- TEETH WHITENING
- TMD TREATMENT
- TOOTH COLORED FILLINGS
- VENEERS & LAMINATES
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