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The McCarl Dental Group practice provides a wide range of dental services. They can typically provide every type of dental service without having to refer you to other specialties. This flexibility saves you time and keeps your total dental care within one practice. Their emphasis is on total preventive care for our patients. Total care begins with regular hygiene visits, regular checkups and continued home oral health routines.

The McCarl Dental Group practice also provides the highest-quality services for restoring mouths that have been damaged by dental disease and injury and common problems that require cosmetic dentistry. Their primary goal for patients is to achieve and maintain optimum oral health through advances in techniques, technologies and by maintaining their scheduled dental exams.

Family History of The McCarl Dental Group P.C.

The town of Greenbelt was a planned community created during the depression. It’s purpose of green spaces and quality of life for families was championed by the First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. The new town hired two physicians and one dentist to serve its population. Dr James W. McCarl, who had been practicing dentistry since 1929, was appointed Greenbelts’ first dentist in 1938. He practiced until the time of his death in 1967 at the age of 71.

Dr J. Taylor McCarl joined his father in practice in 1955. He and his father practiced dentistry in one half of the 28 Ridge Road building. He lived in the other half of the duplex with his wife and children. He practiced until his untimely death in 1988 at the age of 59.

Dr Clayton McCarl Sr., joined his father and brother in 1956. They remodeled 28 Ridge Road to make one large dental building. The three practiced together for 13 years. Dr. Clayton McCarl Sr. and Dr. J. Taylor McCarl practiced together for a total of 32 years. Dr. Clayton McCarl Sr. was the President of the Maryland State Dental Association in 1981 as his father had been in 1944. Dr Clayton McCarl, Sr. retired from dentistry in 1998 and died in 2006 at the age of 77.

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