Happy National Tooth Fairy Day! Happy National #ToothFairyDay from yours truly, #DrHibretBenjamin & her team of #MarinaToothFairyDental fairies! #PearlyWhites #BabyTeeth ••• ••• What is your favorite childhood #ToothFairy memory?
Need a cleaning? Busy Schedule? No problem! Appointments available 7AM to 7PM. We are also available Saturdays!
Are you preparing for back to school? How about just preparing for the end of the year festivities? It’s Friday! Summer is quickly coming to an end. While you’re busy shopping for back to school, or prepping for the fall & winter seasons, don’t forget to schedule your regular #DentalCleanings today! #MouthHealthy #BackToSchool #MarinaToothFairyDental #DrHibretBenjamin
Dr. Benjamin is a Smile Virtual Specialist! Dr. Benjamin is a Smile Virtual Specialist! What does that mean? It means she is part of a great group of dentists, nationwide, who want to help you fix your smile starting in the comfort of your own home. With 3 easy steps, you can start the process
It’s the final stretch! Have you whitened your smile yet? We are officially in the final stretch! There is ONE week left for you to whiten your smile for Children’s charities! 100% of ALL the proceeds of your teeth whitening will go directly to the Smiles For Life Foundation. Share this amazing opportunity with your
From all of us at Marina Tooth Fairy Dental & Dr. Hibret Benjamin, we’d like to wish the Class of 2019 a big…. Congratulations! Each one of you have worked so hard to make it where you are today. Your education is a dress rehearsal for a life that is yours to lead – Nora
When we talk to patients about dentistry, one of the main concerns they bring up is whether the dental care they receive will be gentle. As dentists, our main concern of course is your health, but we understand the desire to have a gentle dental
care experience. We know it’s not everyday you have to let another person look around your mouth, so we strive to do all we can to make sure your visit & your treatment comfortable, & we mean this in the broadest sense possible.
Many primary & secondary schools across the United States (& in some other countries) require students to have a dental exam
from a pediatric dentist or family dentist before they finish certain grade levels.