Dental Partners of Boston (DPB) is committed to exceeding your expectations. We draw upon our vast experience across every facet of dentistry and the most up-to-date science to design your individual treatment plan. It’s our commitment to excellence that sets DPB apart from any other dental practice in Boston. We explore every available option to guarantee your satisfaction while keeping you comfortable throughout the process.
At Dental Partners of Boston, we know healthy, beautiful teeth can boost your confidence and your sense of well-being. This is why we offer comprehensive dental care in Boston with a range of services, including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, periodontal care, restorative dentistry, and orthodontics. In our modern, comfortable offices, we care for our patients with personal attention and professional care using the most advanced procedures and technology in Boston.
Dr. Sergio A. Guzman has been in practice since 1996. He attended the Boston University School of Dental Medicine, earning his Doctorate of Dental Medicine degree, his Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Periodontology, and a Master’s of Science in Dentistry. In 2002, Dr. Guzman became a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology,
"My first time visiting this very professional office with caring staff. From first meeting the receptionistall the way through to the dentist, everybody was genuinely friendly, happy, and seemed to love working there. The dentist spends a long time talking with you addressing any concerns/dental history and the hygienist was extremely thorough. Nothing feels rushed. One of the best dental experiences I’ve had. I wholeheartedly recommend this dental practice."
"I don’t do a lot of reviews outside of the restaurant world, but I have to take a minute to post about this awesome experience I had at the dentist this morning. I go to Dental Partners of Boston in the Prudential Center in Boston. I was a little nervous about going in for a treatment that required someone to be so close to my face and in my mouth, but it couldn’t be put off any longer. When I got to the lobby, I used a QR code they emailed me at 5:30 a.m. to bypass the normal security clearance (which previously required standing in a line, producing ID, getting a printed pass, and lots of touching and passing back and forth) to get through the turnstile. As I approached the elevator, there was signage telling me where to stand and a single touch screen to select which floor. The screen told me which elevator to walk to in order to go express to my floor. The floor of the elevator has stickers for where to safely stand to distance. There was sanitizer in the center of the on the lobby when I got off the elevator. Couldn’t miss it. When I went into the dental office, door was propped open so I wouldn’t have to touch the handle. I was directed where to sit to safely distance. When it was my turn to check in, they took my temp, pumped purely into my hands, took my O2 with a pulse odometer, and gave me disposable booties to wear over my shoes. The handed me a bag for my phone and a plastic bag to put my purse in. And they validated my parking and sanitized the pen for my paperwork. In the dental chair, the person working with me was wearing full PPE, including a face shield. She had me rinse for 30 seconds with a peroxide solution before beginning the treatment. I wore goggles. There was no use of any aerosolized water tools. Checking out, there was a full plexus divider between me and the receptionist. I pod with a card directly into a machine with my own hand. No signature required. My receipt was automatically emailed to me. No touching. I had a careful, thoughtful visit, and I left feeling safer than I am in my own home or in the hospital where I’ve been for the last 36 days. If you need dental work, I highly recommend this practice!"
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