Dr. Marc S. Chase, one of the group’s partners, has been with South Shore Dental Group since its inception. He obtained his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from Tufts University, and earned his Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Syracuse University.
With significant training and expertise in advanced restorative and reconstructive therapy, Dr. Chase focuses on utilizing both traditional dental techniques such as crowns, bridges and porcelain veneers, as well as advanced technology in implant prosthetics.
Dr. Chase believes that excellence in restorative and cosmetic dentistry is part art and part science, but that it is the art that is the critical factor in creating natural looking reconstructive treatment. He achieves exceptional esthetic results by applying meticulous attention to detail and involving the patient in the decision-making process.
Among his numerous accomplishments, Dr. Chase has been invited to lecture on the diagnosis and treatment of myofascial pain dysfunction syndrome (TMJ) and the physiology of occlusion at the Yankee Dental Congress, the largest dental conference in New England and the fifth largest in the United States. Dr. Chase has held multiple academic positions at the Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine , including assistant clinical professor at in the Department of Radiology and Oral Diagnosis and assistant professor in the Department of Fixed Prosthodontics (crowns and bridges). He also held an academic appointment at the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine Department of Radiology and Oral Diagnosis. Dr. Chase's professional affiliations include membership in the American Dental Association and the Massachusetts Dental Society.
Dr. Chase has advanced his technique through the completion of continuing education courses on topics such as implant prosthodontics, contemporary esthetic dentistry, occlusion, standards of care in restorative implant dentistry and predictable anterior esthetics. He is also is a certified Invisalign® provider.
Dr. Chase enjoys spending time with his wife, a special education teacher, and visiting their two daughters in New York City. He counts photography, skiing, cycling and sailing among his hobbies. (He gave up golf 5 years ago).
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