Amparo M. David, DMD
Dr. Amparo M. David and her staff are extremely committed to understanding the unique needs of each of her patients, and strive for perfection with each of them. Dr. David is a General Dentist. She takes great pride in providing the best that dentistry has to offer and continues to hone her skills formally to provide an expertise unsurpassed in Massachusetts.
Dr. David’s philosophy is to treat a person’s overall health rather than focusing on only the specific symptoms that her patients present. With every new patient, Dr. David dedicates part of her day to meet with them one-on-one to share her philosophy of comprehensive dentistry while ensuring that she understands what is important to them. She also enjoys this time to get to know more about her patients and encourage them to take an active role in their overall medical and dental health.
Education and Experience
Dr. David received her Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the Goldman School of Dental Medicine at Boston University in 1999, where she graduated with honors. She completed a residency in TemporoMandibular Disorders at the Tufts School of Dental Medicine, and extensive education at the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre International and has completed courses of the Seattle Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. Dr. David continues to pursue her fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD).
Dr. David is a graduate both of the prestigious Dawson Center for Aesthetics in St. Petersburg, FL and the Spear Institute of Advanced Dental Education, where she is currently a member of the faculty and spends several weeks a year working with dentists from around the country.
Additionally, she participates in several local study groups with colleagues to collectively share ideas and approaches to challenging cases.
Dr. David has achieved Diplomate status in the prestigious American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and in the American Academy of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine, and is one of 200 Diplomates in the country. And is awaiting Diplomate status in the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.