Dr. Richee Berry
Dr. Richee Kimberly Berry is known for her gentle and creative touch. She enjoys helping each of her patients improve their health, appearance, and self-esteem by creating the smile of their dreams, and also maintaining the health and function of their teeth, gums, and bite.
She graduated from University of Maryland in 2003. Completion of a Pediatric Dentistry Residency at Howard University in 2005, allows her to offer her patients a superior dental experience and an unparalleled level of quality care. She is truly committed to excellence in everything she does.
During her spare time Dr. Berry likes to get outdoors to jog, take Zumba lessons and relax with her husband and 2 daughters.
Dr. Marian Jordan
Dr. Jordan completed dental school at Howard University College of Dentistry. After earning her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree there, she continued her specialty training in pediatric dentistry also at Howard University College of Dentistry.
Dr. Marian Jordan is a different kind of dentist. With her kid-oriented approach, she aims to get children genuinely excited about their dental care. You will find that her warm personality helps children develop positive experiences about dentistry. Most importantly, she is patient and takes the time to personally get to know your child and meet their specific needs. She aims for clear communication with you, as parents, to create a unique dental experience that leaves families eager to return. The best part of her day is helping an apprehensive child through their dental treatment and seeing them leave happy with a big smile.
Dr. Jarrett Caldwell
Dr. Jarrett Caldwell “Dr. JC” attended Florida A&M University on a tennis and academic scholarship and earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. It was here that his mentor introduced him to dentistry. After graduation Dr. Caldwell moved from sunny Florida to Washington, DC to attend Howard University College of Dentistry and earned his dental degree.
While attending Howard University College of Dentistry Dr. Caldwell discovered that he had an interest in treating children and was lucky enough to be accepted and complete the Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics residency program. After working as an orthodontist for a few years he decided that he wanted to expand his knowledge and capability to treat children of all ages by pursuing a residency in Pediatric Dentistry. He completed his residency in Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Conneticut Health Center and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford, CT. In his spare time Dr. Caldwell enjoys playing golf, tennis, and reading world history.
Dr. Melanie Jones
Dr. Melanie was born and raised in Peru, where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree. Her passion for children was evident with each and every patient she encountered and, knowing that educating and positively influencing young patients is key, she went on to earn a diploma in early childhood education. Dr. Melanie worked in a dental clinic located in a primary school until love (her husband) made her leave her native Peru and move to the U.S. Once settled in Alexandria, Virginia, she enrolled in Howard University College of Dentistry, graduating on the dean’s list. While in dental school, she had her daughter, now three years old, and decided to continue her studies at Howard to pursue a specialty in pediatric dentistry. In her final year at Howard, she was appointed Pediatric Chief Resident.
Dr. Melanie is incredibly passionate about her profession as a pediatric dentist and especially her patients, whom she calls her “little friends.” She strives to provide exceptional dental care for children while trying her absolute best to meet their individual needs — because she understands no child is alike. Dr. Melanie believes that a friendly and positive environment will create the foundation for lifelong good dental health and that the parents often are her best allies in achieving and maintaining their children’s oral health. For this reason, she strives to share with parents the most current information related topediatric dentistry, as well as tips — and her own personal experiences as a mom — for parents seeking solutions to tough dental care situations, from getting a child to brush their teeth to the best time to start flossing.