“I treat people as if they are members of my family. After finding out their dental health goals, I empower them with good information from which to make good choices. Rather than lead, I’d rather they lead me.”
Scott Burke, DMD, FAGD wanted to be a dentist since the sixth grade. He believes that dentistry is “a beautiful marriage between art and science—a challenge to the mind and the hands.” He enjoys how mouths that function well are also aesthetically pleasing.
With more than three decades of experience at Restorative and Aesthetic Dental Associates, Scott has developed a style of relational dentistry that helps him connect to his patients personally so he can learn about their dental health goals, identify potential problems early, and discuss treatment options.
Once a patient has explained his or her health goals, Scott focuses on achieving each one in a way that is best for the individual, while addressing priorities.
“As my patient, I will discuss each treatment option with you so you understand what I recommend and why. Then we move forward with the best treatment plan to achieve your goals.”
Scott earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Maine, and his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from Tufts University. He completed a residency program at the University of Vermont.
Scott enjoys actively participating in his church, cycling and scuba diving.