“Our entire staff views patients as people. We’re all trying to help people achieve their best health by offering them excellent care, in keeping with their lifestyle. We take the time to listen and be thorough.”
Leigh Philbrick, DMD, MAGD has been a part of the Restorative and Aesthetic Dental Associates team for more than 25 years.
He feels it is important to practice the kind of dentistry people want, and to give them reasonable options, including pros and cons, without judgment.
“Our expertise is knowing what can happen long-term. We counsel people on what to expect and provide information to help them make decisions that are best for them.”
Leigh’s believes his style of dentistry is good for the doctor as well as the patient, as it allows the dentist to do solid work that will last a long time while providing the patient opportunities to express his or her hopes and needs.
Leigh completed his undergraduate degree at Bowdoin College and received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed a general practice residency. Recently, he was certified in the use of Diode Lasers which can be used for soft tissue and gum procedures, and has completed his Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry.
Leigh regularly participates in Donated Dental Services, a humanitarian service for the disabled, elderly, and medically compromised, and the Free Denture Program, through Community Dental.