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Dentists In Dover

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Business Listing   Balzano Silvio DMD - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 743-3500

Business Listing   Belknap Dental Associates - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-4735

Business Listing   Breakfast Hill Oral Surgeons - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-4288

Business Listing   Dr. Bouvier at Seacoast Family Dentistry - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-7715

Business Listing   Ergas Ralph - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-2900

Business Listing   Harris Michael S Orthdont - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-4533

Business Listing   Howard Joshua D - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-0636

Business Listing   JD Howard Dental LLC - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 565-0027

Business Listing   Karelitz & Kennedy - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-6053

Business Listing   Kasabian Joseph E - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-1414

Business Listing   Lokiec Edward S Dentist - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-2164

Business Listing   Low Jody DDS - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-5805

Business Listing   Maloney Paul F Dentist - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-0711

Business Listing   Peterson Stephan L Dentist - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-6546

Business Listing   Reardon Michael DMD - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-0111

Business Listing   Richard W Miller DMD - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-6767

Business Listing   Shaker Gregory L Oral Surgeon - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-2224

Business Listing   Shiere Philip C DMD - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-2200

Business Listing   Staples David B Dentist - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 742-8844

Business Listing   Wentworth Douglass Community Dental Center - Dover, NH - Phone: (603) 749-3013

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Helpful Definition for: Dentists

Dentists in Dover are doctors who practice dentistry. They are involved in the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and the adjacent and associated structures and their impact on the human body. Dentistry is widely considered necessary for complete overall health. The dentist's supporting team aids in providing oral health services, which includes dental assistants, dental hygienists, dental technicians and dental therapists. The American Dental Association recognizes nine dental specialties: Public Health Dentistry, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, and General Dentistry.

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