These past 40 years have offered me some of the most fulfilling experiences I could have ever imagined. Not only have I had the opportunity to build friendships with so many unique people, but I’ve also been able to help those people significantly improve their quality of life through dentistry.
We have been blessed with a fantastic team that always comes to the office with a smile and desire to make our office run smoothly. Everyone in our office is sincerely interested in the people we see. Our patients can rest assured that, at Paisner Dental Associates, they will always be greeted with a smile and treated like family.
My career in dentistry began after I attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and earned my Doctorate of Dental Medicine. Since then, I have completed extensive continuing education on all subjects pertaining to general dentistry, cosmetics, and advanced technology.
I have also built a network of professional memberships, which include:
- American Dental Association
- New Hampshire Dental Society, former president
- Recipient of the MacRury Award
- Greater Nashua Dental Society, former president
- Greater Nashua Dental Connection, former president
- International College of Dentists, fellow
- New England District vice-regent and editor
- Recipient of the Distinguished Deputy Regent Award and Outstanding Newsletter Award
- American College of Dentists, fellow
- Commission on Dental Competency Assessments, member and dental licensing examiner
- Pierre Fauchard Academy, fellow
I grew up in Dover and have been a proud member of the Nashua community since 1977. I’ve been married to my wife Leslie for more than 40 years. Our two sons, Dr. Michael and Jonathan, have blessed us with five grandchildren between them. In addition to my family and my dental practice, exercise is one of my great passions. Having been a runner for 25 years, I have transitioned to short-distance triathlons.
Another passion of mine is the Greater Nashua Dental Connection, a local dental clinic dedicated to help improve the oral health of the Greater Nashua community for people without a “dental home.”