Dental Experience
At Gordon Center for General and Advanced Dentistry, we have been providing the very highest standard of dental care to patients across the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area for more than 30 years! From  general dentistry , to  cosmetic dentistry , to family dentistry, and advanced dental implant procedures, we help our patients look and feel their best. Dr. David Gordon and Dr. Leonard Gordon have been recognized by their peers and patients as “America’s Top Dentists.”

Dr. David Gordon teaches University of Maryland Dental School. Dr. Leonard Gordon’s position as Clinical Advisor to Van Hook Dental Studio—one of the premier dental laboratories in the United States—allows our patients access to the finest and most current dental products and procedures; including materials that are made in America and FDA-approved.

Preventative Dentistry
At a routine dental appointment, a registered dental hygienist will clean your teeth, and screen you for gum diseases, such as gingivitis; and you’ll also have a dental exam with one of our dentists.

General Dentistry
We treat patients in need of a filling, porcelain crown, bridge, root canal, or cosmetic denture.

Cosmetic Dentistry
Our cosmetic dentistry procedures include teeth whitening, veneers, and bonding.

Dental Implants
Our dental implant procedures include implant crowns, implant bridges, and the all-on-four teeth in a day implant procedure. Dr. Leonard Gordon created the Gordon Protocol for the all-on-four dental implant procedure and lectures nationally on the subject.

Other services
Patients also seek us out for a second opinion or if they have TMJ.

Dentist Near Me
Our dental practice proudly services the greater Montgomery County Maryland area, including Gaithersburg, Rockville, Bethesda, Kentlands, North Potomac, Potomac, Germantown and Darnestown. Additionally, a significant portion of our practice is composed of patients who travel across the Washington D.C. metropolitan area including Frederick, Hagerstown, and Baltimore, as well as northern Virginia.

Contact us today if you’re looking for a dentist who will make you feel comfortable, individualize care and treatment plans, and deliver the most beautiful results.


What Can I Expect When I Come for My Dental Appointment?

COVID-19 safety appointment

What Can I Expect When I Come for My Dental Appointment?

Gordon Center for General & Advanced Dentistry has been open since May and seeing patients! Our staff and their families have remained healthy, and there have been no confirmed cases of transmission at any dental office nationwide. Here’s an overview of our COVID safety protocols:

Social Distancing Measures

We have instituted a texting program that allows patients to stay in their car when they arrive. Patients will call or text Billie. They will be notified by calling or texting when the treatment room is ready. They can expect to be greeted at the front of the office by a staff member. Temperatures will be taken with a touchless thermometer. Patients will then be taken directly back to their treatment room.

Patients must wear a mask in the office per Gov. Hogan’s executive order. Patients should come with their own masks, but if they do not have one, we will have a limited supply at the front desk.

At this time, non-patients coming with patients are limited to ONE necessary guardian.

Protective Measures

All doctors, assistants, and hygienists wear enhanced levels of PPE. This includes the use of face shields, N95 masks, scrubs with outer lab coats changed between patients, and HEPA filter machines that filter the air. We have one in each operatory and one much larger one at both the front and back of the office.  Dentistry in the past was concerned with preventing blood borne pathogens. Now, we are additionally focused on airborne pathogens.

Standards of Cleanliness

We completely repainted and re-carpeted the office. A new level of cleanliness and cleaning procedures will become a new way of life, so we decided the best way was to start fresh with the surroundings. HEPA filters are now in each treatment room with larger ones in the front door area and in the back of the office. Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk and in common areas.

A Touchless Thermometer

At least in the near term, temperatures will be taken with a touchless thermometer on all patients before a dental procedure is started.

A Questionnaire

All patients will be asked a new set of questions when confirming over the phone and upon arrival to the office.  These will include questions like …”Have you or anyone in your household had symptoms of COVID19 in the past 2 weeks?” and “Have you developed a cough in the past 2 weeks?” Patients who answer yes to any of the screening questions will be asked to reschedule their appointment.

The Same Team

We would like you to know that everyone who works at GCGAD was kept on full salary when the office was closed in early spring. Our dedicated professionals–Billie, Tina, Nila, Nicole, and Nicky received their full salary during the closure.  No one was furloughed or fired. This was unique for the medical and dental community. We realize that our staff are dedicated people who help you receive the finest care in the country. We know they have bills to pay. So, we decided to use this gesture to say thank you for taking such good care of all of our patients.



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Questions about our COVID safety protocols? Call or text our office at 301-258-1998.