Dr. Danielle Currier
About Dr. Danielle Currier
Dr. Currier takes pride in delivering comprehensive, quality dentistry and prioritizes providing you a comfortable and caring environment. By incorporating the advances in dental technology and research, she brings you the most up-to-date techniques in treatment, such as tools for easier anesthesia, less invasive dentistry, and same- day restorations. She aims to individualize her care to give you a pleasant and rewarding experience.
Dr. Currier received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Boston College and graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She completed a postgraduate general practice residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell, where she served as the chief dental resident. During that time, she received the Distinguished House staff Award. She is currently on the faculty at New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell as an attending dentist. Additionally, Dr. Currier is licensed in Dental Enteral Conscious Sedation by the University of the State of New York Education Department.
Aside from basic restorative dentistry, she offers an array of services including cosmetic treatment, implant dentistry, orthodontics, root canal therapy, emergency services, periodontal treatment, oral surgery, and oral medicine. She has received extensive training in restoring functionally, biomechanically, aesthetically, and medically compromised patients.
If you are nervous about your dental work, Dr. Currier will talk with you about the different levels of sedation dentistry that are available to make sure you are most comfortable. Dr. Currier offers nitrous and different levels of oral sedation. During the consultation, she will help you decide if sedation is right for you.
Dr. Currier is currently seeing patients on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Contact our office today to see how we can assist you.
A Life of Healing
By Maura King Scully
January 31, 2014
During her undergraduate years at Boston College, Currier, D13, worked the front desk at a family dental practice in Marlborough, Mass., during the summer. One day, the periodontist came over to ask for help because her assistant had hurt her back.
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Local students come back from African dental mission
Posted Sep. 1, 2012 at 12:01 AM
Working with a pared-down set of tools and sporting a battery-powered headlamp to make up for a lack of electricity, dental student Danielle Currier of Northborough recently set about extracting decayed teeth at a rural African clinic, making her way through a long line of Zambian patients.