Meet the Team at Portland Dental Health Care & Implant Center

Your Family Dentists in Central Maine

Drs. Peter and Michelle Davis are advanced general dentists who are uniquely and thoroughly trained to perform nearly all procedures, both surgically and restoratively, to achieve clinical success in implant dentistry. Both have spent in nearly three years intensively training and graduating with Masterships from the prestigious Misch International Implant Institute, the Pikos Implant Institute, as well as achieving both Fellowship, Mastership and Diplomate Status within the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. With the aforementioned, they are two of only 152 doctors worldwide to have achieved all three designations in this prestigious organization. In addition to their extensive didactic training, Drs. Peter and Michelle have undergone multiple live surgical training sessions at Temple University through the Misch Institute as well as hands-on surgical training with world-renown surgeon and researcher Dr. Mohammed Sharawy both inside and out of the United States. What this means to our patients is that their care in this area can be handled by just one doctor, in one location. Additionally, both doctors are licensed to administer both oral and I.V. sedation to their patients, providing a level of service and comfort not available anywhere else in the state of Maine.

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