Meet the Doctor
Simranjit S. Bawa, DDS
Dr. Bawa grew up in Potomac, MD, and is a US-born Sikh, whose family is originally from India, and his values include the continual practice of sewa—a commitment of selfless service to others—in the community. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from American University in Washington, DC. Dr. Bawa achieved his DDS degree from Howard University College of Dentistry in Washington, DC in 2013.
Upon graduating, he pursued an intense Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency program at East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine, where he had extensive training working with highly renown specialists in the dental field. After residency, Dr. Bawa joined a large group private practice, where he was one of the highest producing dentists.
He uses the most advanced materials and procedures in his office for all patients. Dr. Bawa enjoys seeing a wide variety of patients, including kids, adolescents, adults, and the elderly community. He takes great time listening to the concerns of each patient and developing a comprehensive yet personalized treatment plan that uses leading edge technology and advanced techniques for the best results. Dr. Bawa and his staff’s focus is on prevention, and as a cosmetic dentist, he enjoys providing full mouth reconstruction, porcelain crown and bridgework, cosmetic veneers, teeth whitening, and maintaining the overall health of gum tissue while improving aesthetics. Dr. Bawa’s goal is to change the quality of life for his patients through dentistry.
On a personal front, Dr. Bawa enjoys spending time with his family. He loves basketball, singing, traveling, and trying new international cuisines. Come meet Dr. Bawa today!
We love making our patients smile confidently
Yes, we want you to look good, but we want you to feel even better. This is about so much more than just helping you achieve a straighter smile. It is about boosting your confidence and how the world interacts with you. This is about optimizing your oral and overall health. Simply put, teeth that are aligned well, behave better and are easier to care for. They need less dental work over the years and cost our patients less money.