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Dr. Panajoti Volunteers on Service Trip in Haiti

As part of New England Dental Group’s mission to give back, Dr. Margarita Panajoti and hygienist Justine Abell recently had the opportunity to travel to Haiti, volunteering their efforts in the town of Grand Goâve. The dental duo worked closely with the nonprofit organization “Be Like Brit”, which is an orphanage built in honor of Britney Gengel, who was on […]

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A Closer Look at Dr. Melissa Knudsen’s Charity Work

Dr. Melissa Knudsen is excited about giving back to the community and regularly volunteers for different causes. Regardless of her busy schedule, she makes it a point to donate her time and services to others because she believes every person should be able to have access to quality dental care. While she was in dental school at Boston University’s Henry […]

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Dr. Melissa Knudsen Volunteers for Panama Dental Mission Trip

Last year, Dr. Melissa Knudsen went on a 10-day dental mission trip to Panama. The trip was organized and sponsored by the non-profit organization NEVOSH (Northeast Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity), a distinguished chapter of VOSH International. Every year, NEVOSH conducts medical mission trips to Central America for optometrists, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, dentists, opticians, and other medical professionals who […]

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How to Help Preserve Teeth Whitening Results

Among the various cosmetic dentistry treatments available for enhancing your smile, teeth whitening may be the simplest way to transform your look. At New England Dental Group, our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Margarita Panajoti, performs Zoom!® teeth whitening as a way to brighten teeth up to eight shades whiter. However, while this in-office treatment can provide beautiful results, the whiteness is […]

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Dental Occlusion: What is it, and Why is it Important?

You may have heard one of our dentists, or perhaps a dentist elsewhere, allude to the word “occlusion” at some time or another, yet you may not have known exactly what the term meant. In dentistry, occlusion refers to the way in which the upper and lower teeth approach and/or make contact with each other. To put it simply: It’s […]

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