Our team has decided to temporarily close the offices to ensure the health and safety of our patients, team members and communities during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We currently plan to reopen the office on April 7th, 2020.

If you need treatment for a dental emergency and/or if you are in pain, our team is here to help and can provide treatment at another office in the area. Please call the following phone number and we will be happy to help you schedule an appointment for essential treatment. All appointments should be scheduled in advance.

Offices that remain open for essential treatment:


Chelsea, MA (617) 887-2100
East Boston, MA (617) 567-13009
Plymouth, MA (508) 746-5800
Lowell, MA (978) 452-3000
Billerica, MA (978) 330-3400

New Jersey

Clifton, NJ (973) 531-4444


Enfield, CT (860) 745-8800
New Haven, CT (Amity) (203) 389-9600
New Haven, CT (Church St) (203) 850-7900
Stamford, CT (203) 327-1100

New Hampshire

Manchester, NH (603) 232-2266

We are currently scheduling appointments for any non-essential treatment, including hygiene appointments, for after April 6th.

The safety of our patients, team members and community are paramount. As the Coronavirus pandemic evolves, we will continue to actively monitor the local situation and follow CDC recommendations.

We are hopeful these proactive changes will contribute to helping our community get past the Coronavirus situation soon. We are committed to serving our community and are here to help.

Thank you for choosing our practice as your family’s dental provider.

My Dr. Dental Blog

Dr. Dental takes pride in being a comprehensive dental care provider. This is why we complement our high quality services, affordable treatments and friendly staff with a broad range of dental news and dental tips. Our dental blog is packed with important information that can benefit you and your whole family, ensuring that your next trip to one of our dental offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey does not stretch your budget, consume your time or produce more aches and swelling.
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