Dr. Tefesehet Mesfin, the founder of 202 Dental Care, believes in providing a truly relaxing dental services focused on excellence and patient comfort. Its her aim to make you feel so relaxed it feels like sipping coffee with an old friend.
Dr. Mesfin has been practicing dentistry in Washington, D.C. for the last six years serving patients living and working in the Washington Metropolitan region. A two-time Ivy league graduate, Dr. Mesfin graduated from University of Pennsylvania in Biomedical Engineering. She then earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Columbia University in New York City.
She continued her studies by completing a post-doctoral residency in general dentistry at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in NYC. While working at the Hospital she focused her time on root canal treatments, oral surgery, bridges, and crowns. Dr. Mesfin is a strong believer in continuing education; she continually fortifies and develops her dentistry skills by completing extensive continuing education programs each year. She wants to stay on top of the latest leading-edge dental developments to offer patients complete, individualized dental care including cosmetic, restorative and surgical services.
Dr. Mesfin is proud to be a member of the American Dental Association. When not providing top-quality dental care to her valued patients or working pro bono to make a difference, Dr. Mesfin's multicultural interests extend to travel, photography, spinning, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Mesfin's vision of a dentistry based on kindness and comfort is underlined by her pro bono work locally and internationally in Ethiopia, Cambodia, Guatemala, and the Philippines. Her goal is to provide the less fortunate around the world with the dental care that they deserve - because everyone smiles in the same language!
As a member of the Washington DC community, Dr. Mesfin believes her fellow citizens deserve the very best in dental care. She is pleased to offer leading-edge treatments in a comforting environment where the patient really does come first.