Many people ask me what I enjoy most about my career. The answer is simple: Taking braces off a child or adult who used to be shy or hide their teeth and seeing a confident, radiant smile. It’s a wonderful sight—and I want to make it happen as much as possible. I want to make it happen for you.
A Strong Education…
…allows Dr. Thabet to create a beautiful smile for you.
When my patients and their parents thank me for creating beautiful smiles I always think of the professors and educators who trained me and the schools where I gained my knowledge. I am grateful for my training that makes these smiles possible.
- BA in Chemistry, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO
- Dental Degree, Tufts University, Boston, MA
- Post-Graduate Orthodontic Training, University of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA
Advanced Training and Continued Education…
...lets Dr. Thabet bring the latest advances in orthodontic care to your smile.
The field of orthodontics is continually advancing, allowing for better and faster care for my patients. Continuing education helps me stay current on these advances in orthodontics. Each year I take professional courses and attend seminars on the advances in orthodontics.
…help Dr. Thabet stay informed on the very latest in orthodontic care.
I’m honored to belong to these professional societies. They give me the opportunity to meet with my fellow orthodontists, and for us to share our knowledge about orthodontic care. I am able to use that knowledge to create beautiful smiles.
- American Association of Orthodontists
- American Dental Association
- Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists
- Maryland State Society of Orthodontists
- Southern Maryland Dental Society
- Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Honor Society
A Philosophy of Caring:
Blending state-of-the-art treatment with artistry and caring.
As an orthodontist, I want every patient to have a straight, healthy, and attractive smile—a smile they can be proud of and one that I would want for my child or my wife. I also want every patient to feel comfortable and at ease in my practice, so that coming in for care is enjoyable, not something to fear. I’ll make this happen by taking the time to get to know you, giving you personal care, and treating you like a friend, not just a patient.