Meet Dr. Sheila Brush

Dr. Sheila Brush earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from UCLA and moved on to graduate from the Georgetown University School of Dentistry.  As an approved provider through the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, Dr. Brush is committed to providing certification for medical marijuana to qualifying members of her community through her service at Emerald Health Advocates. In addition, Dr. Brush is one of Laytonsville’s highest-rated dentists and participates in continuing education specifically focusing on cosmetic and restorative dentistry, as well as treatment for sleep apnea.

Dr. Brush is also a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the Academy of Laser Dentistry, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Spear Education Faculty Club, and the Maryland Implant Study Club. This advanced experience will allow Dr. Brush to provide you with an honest evaluation of your health concerns.

Outside of the office, Dr. Brush is also committed to volunteering. You can find participating in events to benefit local area homeless shelters. In her free time, she loves spending quality time with her two wonderful children, Jackson and Emma. Dr. Brush also holds a first-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and enjoys Latin dancing, cooking and traveling.

We look forward to meeting you. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Brush today.

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