About Our Facility
Located in Washington, D.C., Ingber Dental is a modern, comfortable facility that is well-equipped with several amenities, friendly staff members, and state-of-the-art technology. Upon arrival at our facility, patients will be promptly greeted and guided through the check-in process before being led to our relaxing reception area. Prior to their first appointment, patients will meet with one of our experienced dentists in a private consultation room to discuss what they can expect during their treatment process. In our spacious procedure rooms, Dr. Kenneth Ingber and his team utilize advanced, state-of-the-art technology to perform diagnostic testing and effective treatments for functional and aesthetic results. At our facility, we also have three surgeons who are regularly scheduled to perform outpatient periodontal surgery and implant placement. At Ingber Dental, our top priority is always our patients and we strive to make sure that all of their needs and goals are met through comfortable care.
We are conveniently located near the RED, ORANGE, and BLUE lines.
From the ORANGE and BLUE lines, get off at the Farragut West station and take the 18th Street exit. Walk down one block to K Street, turn left, and walk two and a half blocks, just past 20th Street. It is also possible to walk from 18th and I Streets to 19th and K Streets by walking "kitty corner" through the International Square Building. The entrance is next to the upper level of the Metro escalator.
From the RED line, get off at the Farragut North station and take the K Street exit. Walk westbound three and a half blocks to 2021 K Street. Our building will be on your right in the middle of the block. You will notice Reiter's bookstore just before the entrance to our building.
If you prefer to drive, there is a public parking garage next to our building. Limited metered street parking is also available.
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