Team Spotlight: Maggie, RDH October is #NationalDentalHygiene month & we want to spotlight all the wonderful members who help with your dental hygiene! Today’s team member is Maggie, one of our lovely registered dental hygienists. #TeamSpotlight #MarinaToothFairyDental #DrHibretBenjamin #SanFranciscoDentist
#NEVERFORGET Every year, today, we take a moment to remember the tragedy we faced on September 11th. We want to always remember all of the victims, heroes, and 1st responders who lost their lives 18 years ago, today. Thank you Chris Chi Photography for this amazing shot of ground zero.
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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
Congratulations UCSF Class of 2019 Dentistry students, with hard work and dedication, you did it! What exactly is the American Dream? To many it means very different things. But what if you couldn’t come to America to live out the “American Dream”? This is Jose. He was the commencement speaker for the dental students of
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
Make education a continuing, never-ending process. – Nido R Qubein At Marina Tooth Fairy Dental, we are proud to say that we are always making dental education a top priority. Dr. Benjamin is always trying to make an effort to learn what is new and improving in dentistry today. It is important to her to
Did you know? Dr. Hibret Benjamin is able to screen for and treat Sleep Apnea in office? What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep Apnea is a disorder in which your breathing may be interrupted while you’re sleeping for periods of 10 seconds or more. The interruptions that you may be experiencing can occur multiple times a night