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Danzig Dental
662 Boston Rd.
Billerica, MA
United States 01821
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Dentist in Billerica Invites Patients to View Newly Developed Website

Dr. Barry Danzig, Billerica dentist, encourages patients to visit practice website for increased knowledge of dental health care and office information.

BILLERICA, MA, June 11, 2011 ( Leading dentist in Billerica, Dr. Barry Danzig welcomes patients to his newly developed website for increased knowledge of Danzig Dental and a host of other resources. Patients can visit the practice's website for more information on staff, services offered, and even gain valuable dental health knowledge from an extensive education library.

"It is important that our patients receive the best care possible and that includes the information we provide on our website. Even when our office is closed, our patients have access to an array of information about the practice, our staff and valuable educational information on dentistry," said Dr. Barry Danzig, Billerica dentist.

When patients are searching for information on various dental health care topics they can explore the vast education library available on the practice's state-of-the-art website. Patients can search for topics including dental implants, dentures, CEREC and crowns in Billerica, among an array of other services.

Additionally, patients are encouraged to visit the website for Danzig Dental to learn more about Drs. Barry Danzig, Adam Danzig and Lili Tayari. Dr. Adam Danzig originally taught high school biology and chemistry in Malden and Acton for four years. During his school years he was also a chef at Boston Garden's private restaurant and a caterer for large functions. In 2003 he decided to pursue his career in dentistry at New York University College of Dentistry. Dr. Adam Danzig received his D.D.S. degree from NYU, the largest and one of the most advanced dental schools.

Dr. Barry Danzig, Billerica cosmetic dentist, was born and raised in New York City and received his D.D.S. degree from New York University. After serving as a dentist in the army, he joined a private practice in Boston. Since opening his own practice in 1975, he has been enthusiastically serving the people of Billerica and surrounding areas. Over the years Dr. Danzig has attended numerous seminars and advanced training programs to provide the best and most current treatment for his patients and is thrilled to be in practice with his son.

Dr. Lili Tayari graduated from the University of Florida and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She received a fellowship from the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and was the recipient of an award from the American Association of Dental Research. She has a special interest in cosmetic dentistry and provides dental care to both adults and children.

With the combined expertise and experience of Drs. Barry Danzig, Adam Danzig and Lili Tayari, patients receive the best in quality dental care possible at Danzig Dental, Billerica, MA dentist. Further proof of their commitment to providing exceptional care is seen through the valuable resources and information offered on their state-of-the-art website at

About Danzig Dental: Danzig Dental is owned and operated by Dr. Barry Danzig since 1975. Raised in New York City, he received his bachelor's degree from Brooklyn College and his D.D.S. degree from New York University. Working alongside Dr. Barry Danzig is his son, Dr. Adam Danzig, and Dr. Lili Tayari. Dr. Adam Danzig received his D.D.S. degree from NYU and is trained in the latest technology dentistry has to offer including CEREC/CAD-CAM, single day crown placement, and Invisalign orthodontics. Dr. Lili Tayari has been practicing dentistry since 2005, graduating from the University of Florida and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. Together, they bring quality dental health care to patients of all ages at Danzig Dental.

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Dr. Barry Danzig
662 Boston Rd.
Billerica, MA 01821
(978) 667-2741


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