• Nomith T. Ramdev DMD, MSD
    Specialty dental practice is limited to periodontal therapy and dental implants.
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Dr. Ramdev is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology

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Welcome to Our Practice

Nomith Ramdev, DMD, MSD

We strive to give you the best possible dental care in a warm, caring, and comfortable environment. Attending to your concerns and questions is our first priority. On your first visit to our office, you will be given a complete examination. Afterwards, we will explain everything. If there are several options for care, these will be thoroughly discussed.

Our goal is to provide you with state-of-the-art periodontal and dental implant treatment.

Periodontal disease is responsible for over 75% of all adult tooth loss in the United States. If you have been referred to our office because of a periodontal problem, it is likely that your periodontal infection has progressed beyond the mild stage. Please call us at your earliest convenience.

If you have been referred to our office for a dental implant evaluation, you should know that we have been placing dental implants for more than 20 years. You are in good hands.

We will assist you in reaching the highest level of dental health at the pace that is most convenient for you.

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Testimonials

What Our Patients Say About Us

    I was very impressed with my first visit. Dr. Ramdev gave me a thorough explanation as to why he was going to graft certain areas. He was very professional and answered all my questions 
    that I had.

    Khris Landry

    A highly attentive office, around Covid issues: from check-in, to being brought to pass-through doors of heavy plastic, to checkout. Comfortable with the safety there. It is obvious that the new procedures weigh heavily on the staff. (There are so many additional steps to take, for each and every task, it was impressive to see how smoothly they performed there ‘new’ responsibilities.)
    Dr Ramdev, along with the assistance of Jennifer, performed a thoroughly streamlined consultation on my entire mouth - 1st visit. Have no concerns of safety Fortnite return scheduled appointment for necessary procedures Quite pleased.

    Tony S.

    Outstanding. Elaine was gentle with the proceedure she needed to perform, staff was welcoming, office and exam rooms were clean and orderly. Dr. Ramdev was kind, gentle, effecient, and explained everything.

    Donna G.

    Great staff very friendly and helpful I appreciate all that they do for me Dr Ramdev is the best at what he does would recommend to anyone that needs his specialty services

    Ron B.

    This office is staffed by the nicest people and Dr. Ramdev is wonderful! I highly recommend this practice!!

    Francesca K.

    Dental hygienist did an excellent job — thorough and patient-focused .

    Karen C.

Our Location

69 Silver Street Dover, NH 03820

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Dover Location

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed