Dr. Roy Eskowdentist/periodontist
Dr. Roy Eskow is one of the most highly trained and accomplished periodontists in the Washington DC area. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland where he earned his Bachelors, Masters and Doctor of Dental Surgery degrees. Dr. Eskow went on to Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry where he received his Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in Periodontics.
Dr. Eskow returned to the Washington DC area to teach at the University of Maryland Dental School in the Department of Periodontology. He has remained on the staff of the University since 1976, serving in several roles as an Assistant Clinical Professor, member of the Dean’s Faculty and Board of Visitors.
Dr. Eskow founded the Bethesda Dental Implant Center in 1986. For nearly 30 years, his private practice has been devoted to providing patients with exceptional care and personal attention. Patients with gum disease and/or missing teeth often have a fear of the dentist. Dr. Eskow is able to make patients feel instantly at ease and explain their treatment options in a way that is easy to understand so that they can make informed decisions about their dental health.
Dr. Adam Eskowdentist/periodontist
Dr. Adam Eskow is a board certified periodontist and Diplomate of the American Academy of Periodontology. Dr. Eskow is a native of the area, as he grew up in Potomac, Maryland and attended the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. He then completed a residency program in periodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. In addition to receiving a certificate in periodontics, he earned a masters of science degree by researching bone graft materials for implant placement. He is highly trained and qualified in all aspects of periodontics, implant dentistry, sedation dentistry, and oral medicine.
He has a special interest in the latest technology in implant dentistry, including “All-on-4” and “Teeth in a Day”. Dr. Adam Eskow is certified in the pinhole surgical technique to treat receding gums. He works in both the Bethesda, Maryland and Washington, DC offices. He is an active faculty member at the University of Maryland in the Department of Periodontics.
He and his wife Caroline enjoy exploring new restaurants, playing golf and tennis, rooting for the Redskins, Wizards, and Terps, and spending time with friends and family.