Handling Orthodontic Issues at Home


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While Virginia businesses are starting to open more, Dr. Barakat and her team know that there are families still on quarantine or even traveling.

In the meantime, below is a handy guide from the American Association of Orthodontists to help out. However, always call your Orthodontist to make an appointment when you’re able. To ensure the safety and wellbeing of patients, families, and staff, Dr. Barakat and her team have implemented new protocols for your appointment.

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Dr. Rana Barakat, a board-certified specialist in Orthodontics, has been proudly serving Northern Virginia for more than 20-years! She has built her practice on a personal touch and excellent treatment.

As a parent, she understands wanting the best for your children by giving them beautiful, confident smiles. She makes it a priority to ensure optimal results, but also believes that each patient’s experience during treatment is just as important as the clinical result. As the 2015-16 President of the Virginia Association of Orthodontists, Dr. Barakat’s dedication and expertise reflect why her peers continue to nominate her as a Top Dentist.

Barakat Orthodontics is located at 45745 Nokes Blvd., Ste. 175, Sterling, VA 20166. Connect by visiting them online, or get social with them on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. Barakat Orthodontics can also be reached at (703) 433-9330.


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