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Dentist in Arlington, VA, Dr. Michael Rogers Launches New Website
Date:8/20/2013

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013

Dr. Michael Rogers of Fairlington Dental in Arlington, VA is pleased to announce the launch of his new website for current and potential patients. The new website is designed to showcase Dr. Roger’s dental practice for existing patients and potential new patients in Virginia and Washington, DC. Dr. Michael Rogers treats patients in need of cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry, and orthodontics in Arlington, VA and Washington, DC.

Dr. Michael Rogers launched the new website to showcase his practice in a new, revamped, and informative structure that will keep existing patients and potential new patients informed on the services offered at Fairlington Dental. Offering a wide range of services including Professional Teeth Whitening, Invisalign, and Sleep Apnea Treatment, Fairlington Dental is equipped to treat patients of all ages, and with a wide range of dental problems.

With his own personal issues with dental health as a child, Dr. Rogers understands the importance of having a beautiful smile through childhood and into adulthood. He knows the psychological and physical benefits that patients experience first-hand after having cosmetic dental work. As a Dentist in Arlington, VA, Dr. Rogers’ experience a
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