Dr. Hanania is a family dentist with an expanding office in Woodbridge, Virginia.
In 2002, he graduated from the Misch International Implant Institute (MIII) and was awarded a fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Since graduation, Dr. Hanania has been in step with the latest advances in the dental field by completing over 200 continuing education credit hours in less than 4 years.
Furthermore, he has been writing, reading and researching many issues related to modern dentistry.
In 2001, he graduated from University of Maryland with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. In 1997, he completed his BS, majoring in Biochemistry and Political Science.
Dr. Hanania is member of the American Dental Society and its local branch organizations: the Virginia Dental Society, the Northern Virginia Dental Society and the Woodbridge Dental Society. Among other dental projects he participated in, he dedicated six weeks in 2000 taking part in a free dentures program for the Native American Indians in New Mexico. In 2007, he spent three weeks providing much needed, free dental services to patients in Jerusalem. Dr. Hanania has also been involved in other community services, from feeding the homeless, participating in cancer walks, to helping in the NIH kids hospital.
While attending college, Dr. Hanania, not only was an honor student, but he also led a very active life, taking courses abroad, working on research, and being an activist for many causes.
When Dr. Hanania is not practicing dentistry he dedicates his time to important causes in his life. For example, Dr. Hanania is a board member of a human rights organization called Imagine-life. He is also a board member of the Holy Land Christians Ecumenical Foundation (HCEF). …