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Clarendon Dental Arts

Manisha Grover, DDS
2700 Clarendon Blvd., Suite R480
Arlington Virginia 22201

In 2009, at age 17, Dr. Grover was one of three candidates accepted to VCU School of Dentistry’s prestigious eight-year guaranteed dental program. While there, she volunteered with Missions of Mercy, providing free dental care to underserved communities in rural Virginia. She completed her residency at the New York Medical College at Metropolitan Hospital.

Q: What makes your patient experience unique?

A: Our commitment to whole-body health and wellness. Your mouth is the gateway to your body, and we are committed to helping our patients live healthier lives, empowering them to incorporate dentistry into their overall health plan. Our “Mouth, Mind and Body” philosophy is more than a tagline; for more than 20 years, our attentive team of dental health experts has provided patients with dental solutions that impact their overall health. 

Q: How do you employ new technology to help your patients?

A: We invest in the latest tools and technology, allowing us to do much more than offer diagnoses. Rather than just addressing issues as they arise, we use today’s scientific advances and technology to provide conservative and proactive treatment options. We study each patient’s oral biome to uncover a comprehensive picture that includes eating habits, health challenges, breathing patterns and alignment, among other variables. And our work doesn’t stop there. Taking time to explain all results to our patients is crucial in developing plans for their long-term health. Our goal is to create beautiful smiles and help our patients achieve optimum overall health.

Q: What is the “All of You” total health and wellness assessment?

A: Many potentially serious health risks associated with sleep and breathing disorders stem from improper oral cavity and jaw development. Our entire staff has been trained in identifying these risk factors, and we now offer a whole-body health and wellness assessment to screen for such issues. What we learn can be life-changing—and life-saving.