Dentists in New Hampshire

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Nanarao Krothapalli
Dentist, DMD
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I have been a General Dentist since 1994. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Dentistry from India. I then graduated with my D.M.D. from Boston University School of Dental Medicine and received my Advanced Education in General Dentistry Certificate from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. I am a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, American Association of Endodontics and local Dental societies. I am immensely interested in Rotary Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) as well as Crown and Bridge.
(603) 276-3048
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Jean-Paul Rabbath
Dentist, DMD
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I am a graduate of the University of Montreal, Faculty of Dental Medicine. I completed a one year residency at Monmouth Medical Center in New Jersey. In addition to the Academy of General Dentistry, I am an active member of the American Dental Association, Canadian Dental Association, New Hampshire Dental Society, Massachusetts Dental Society and the New Hampshire Continuing Education Council Committee. I am also a Delegate of the State of NH for the AGD and a Membership chair of NH AGD Constituent. I also serve as a board director at Delta Dental of NH.
(603) 712-5337
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Tilton, NH 03276

Can a New Hampshire Dentist help?
Dentists in New Hampshire diagnose and treat problems with teeth, gums and tissues in the mouth.

Dentists perform dental surgery on gums and supporting bones to treat gum disease. They remove tooth decay, fill cavities, place protective sealants on children's teeth, straighten teeth, repair fractured teeth and provide dental care. New Hampshire Dentists extract teeth and make models and measurements for dentures to replace missing teeth.

How are Dentists licensed?
Licensed Dentists in New Hampshire have generally completed 3 or more years of undergraduate education plus 4 years of dental school and have passed the National Board Dental Exams. State licensing boards then require professionals to pass state licensing exams in order to practice in general dentistry. Additional post-graduate training is required to become a New Hampshire dental specialist, such as an orthodontist, periodontist or oral and maxillofacial surgeon. (Source: American Dental Association).

How to use my dental insurance?
Most New Hampshire Dentists and dental groups accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. There are only a few medicare dentists and medicaid dentists serving the New Hampshire market. Follow these links to see if there is one nearby. There's no such thing as a cheap dentist and the best dentist is the one who gives you the best care.