About the Office of David C. Frost, D.M.D.

Providing general and cosmetic dental services to the Greater Concord, NH area, the dental office of David C. Frost, D.M.D. offers care in a relaxed environment where patients feel at home. Our dental staff understands that going to the dentist can make some patients anxious, which is why comfort is one of our main concerns. We do whatever we can to ensure patients feel at ease while they receive the dental treatment they need.

At the office of Dr. Frost, we have friendly faces that greet you, a dentist that truly cares about your dental health, and a facility to provide you with the highest quality of care. Dr. Frost takes the time needed to discuss one-on-one with each patient about their dental options, and what would be best for their overall oral health. Patients leave our office happy knowing they are receiving the best care available.

Meet Our Dentist

Dr. Frost grew up in New Hampshire and attended Bates College for undergraduate studies. He also attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine graduating cum laude. In practice since 1982, Dr. Frost focuses on the dental needs of adults and children. He and his staff treat many common dental concerns, as well as intricate and complicated full mouth rehabilitation, including periodontal and cosmetic issues, crowns and bridges, restoring of dental implants. They also deal with certain jaw joint and muscle pain problems.

Dr. Frost is a member of the ADA and the NH Dental Society and has served as Trustee to the NH Dental Society then continuing as it's President. He is also a member of the International College of Dentists, the American Academy of Fixed Prothetics, a board member of the New England Section of the American College of Dentists, served as the dental representative on the Governor's Committee on Radiation Health and Safety and served on the National Advisory Board for the CNA Insurance Co.

In his free time, Dr. Frost likes to ski, play golf, boat and fish. Dr. Frost and his wife, Christine, live in Bow, NH and have two adult children.

Appointments

We are currently accepting new patients. Call our office to schedule an appointment. Once you make an appointment at our office, that time will be reserved for you. If, for some reason, you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment time, call us with 24-hours notice to reschedule.