Dr. Elliott Alpher, a well-known specialist for sleep and jaw disorders, is one of the first practitioners in the metropolitan area to utilize an intra-oral digital impression system that has just come on the market. This next generation solution will increase the accuracy and speed with which Dr. Alpher will be able to fit his patients with oral appliances and therefore put them on the fast track to relief and recovery.
Essentially, it allows Dr. Alpher and his team at The Alpher Center to scan and capture the precise relationship of the teeth and the jaw and send it digitally to the lab in seconds so to produce the most effective appliance. “This will dramatically change the way we work,” comments Alpher. “Plus, an initial visit for the patient will take less time and be much less invasive. It’s a win-win all the way around!”
Dr. Alpher is on staff at George Washington University Hospital and Georgetown University Hospital, has been known as a leader in the treatment of sleep disorders and jaw pain for 25 years. He isaDiplomate to the Board of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and a Diplomate to the Board and Board of Directors of the American Academy of Sleep and Breathing. Dr. Alpher has pioneered a conservative, non-invasive approach utilizing computerized and verifiable diagnostic methods to treat TMJ, snoring and sleep apnea. This method of treatment has proven to be greatly successful and is highly regarded as the first method of choice by physicians and patients.
Join Fairmont, Washington D.C., Georgetown in celebrating their annual Tree Lighting Ceremnony, December 3 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. This free event, open to the public benefits the U.S. Marine's Toys for Tots Program.
Everyone is encoruraged to bring an unwrapped toy to be donated.
Master of Ceremony's WTOP's "Man anout Town" Bob Madigan
Family photos with Santa and Rudolph
Holiday card decorating for children by American Girl
Complimentary hot chocolate and cookies
Holiday entertaiment by the Georgetown Madrigals
Presentation of Colors by the U.S. Marine Corps' Color Guard
Fairmont, Washington DC Georgetown is located at 2401 M Street.
Offered at $2,590,000, this 3,005 feet four bedroom carriage house in the West Village was originally built in 1776. The house is unique among the federal-style houses of Georgetown for its art nouveau styling, so reminiscent of the “Roaring Twenties.” Occupants of this house would have been neighbors of John Fitzgerald Kennedy during the 1950s and would therefore have been very much part of the political and social elite of the time.
The interior of the house was completely remodeled by WSD in 2013 in accordance with Old Georgetown Board requirements for historic building renovations, yet this luxurious residence retains much of its charming 1920s-style character, while boasting a stunning array of upgrades, completed with a meticulous attention to detail.
On the first floor, the open floor plan allows for seamless movement between the living room, dining room and kitchen with elegant tray and coffered ceilings nicely dividing the space. Hardwood floors run throughout the first floor and into the granite-finished, chef’s kitchen featuring Sub Zero and Wolf appliances.
The kitchen’s long list of convenient features also include a roll-out drawer microwave for added space, an above-range pot filler and wall-to-wall inset cabinets, which provide an elegant mixture of style and practicality. French doors invite you and your guests onto the spacious Pennsylvania Blue Stone and brick paved patio with a built-in gas fire pit, adjacent garden and two-level deck.
The upper level contains two large bedrooms along with ample storage space. The master suite was built with privacy, comfort and relaxation in mind, as facilitated further by a private terrace, located just off the sleeping quarters.
The master suite’s spa bathroom features Carrera marble throughout, a large skylight and adjacent walk-in closet and dressing room. The second bedroom on the upper level features an on-suite Carrera marble bathroom and ample closet space with a built-in organization system.
Three-level, floating stairs with a customized hand-built continuous handrail, lead you to the finished lower level with raised, full height finished ceilings and wide-plank porcelain wood grain tiles. The lower level offers recreational and living space, in addition to a laundry room, large open area, bedroom and full bathroom, also replete with luxurious Carrera marble.
The lower level is adorned with front and rear facing windows which allow in an abundance of natural light, as well as offering separate access to the front and rear of the residence.
Among the grander features of the house is the 1920s style crystal foyer chandelier, complemented by rich mahogany exterior doors with Baldwin hardware in oil rubber bronze.
Separated by the patio and garden is a detached garage and carriage house. The carriage house is an independently metered structure well suited for an au-pair suite, office or guest house. Completely renovated along with the main property, the carriage house features a full bathroom, wet bar, oversized windows and large skylight. An off-alley 13’ motorized gate allows for vehicle access to the garage.
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