About Dr. Matin
Dr. Madjid Matin, one of the most “esteemed periodontists” in the Washington area, has practiced dentistry since 1989. Attending many continuing education courses helps Dr. Matin stay at the top of his field in periodontology, so that he can provide the highest level of care for his patients. In return, his patients appreciate the compassionate care and expert skill that he provides in order to achieve the smiles of their dreams. Dr. Matin not only wants to meet patients’ expectations but to exceed them with beautiful, long-lasting results.
Specialties and Skills
Dr. Matin has expertise in providing advanced periodontal work, including dental implants. With implants, Dr. Matin is able to replace missing or damaged teeth, improve oral health and boost self-confidence. Further, Dr. Matin specializes in treating various gum diseases and conditions to alleviate pain and improve oral and overall health.
Education and Training
Dr. Matin received an undergraduate degree at the University of Houston, and earned distinction as a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society. Dr. Matin received his dental degree at the prestigious Boston University, where he also completed post-doctoral training in periodontology, treatment of the gums.
A frequent lecturer on advanced topics in restorative dentistry, Dr. Matin has been a featured speaker at the National Capital Dental Symposium. In addition, Dr. Matin is a member of numerous local dental study clubs and societies, including the District of Columbia Dental Society, the DC Millennium Dental Study Club, the Washington Iranian Dental Study Club and the Northern Virginia Implant Society.
Dr. Matin is proud to be associated with the following organizations:
- American Academy of Periodontology
- American College of Oral Implantology
- International Congress of Oral Implantology
- American Dental Association
- American Society of Osseointegration, Fellow
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