A Little Bit About the Doctor
Dr. David D. Gianino graduated from Worcester State University in 1986 with a Bachelors degree in Biology. He received his DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) from Loyola University of Chicago School of Dental Surgery in 1990. Immediately after graduating from Dental School, Dr Gianino did a one year General Practice Residency in Dentistry at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center. This program is affiliated with the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine.
From June of 1991 to December of 1992, Dr Gianino associated with several local General Dentists before Purchasing his first Dental Practice in Lunenburg Mass in January of 1993 where he still provides excellent comprehensive dental care to the communities of North Central Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.
Dr. Gianino has been involved in organized Dentistry since the beginning of his Dental career. He is a member of the ADA (American Dental Association), MDS (Massachusetts Dental Society), and the WDDS (Wachusett District Dental Society), and the North Central Mass ITI Straumann Implant study club. He is a past president (2006-2007) of the WDDS and is President Elect to hold this position for a second time in 2019.
Dr. Gianino is also a member of the committee on Dental Practice at the state Dental Society, Executive Member of the WDDS, and sits on the advisory boards for both the Monty Tech high school Dental Assisting program and the Mount Wachussett Community College Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting Programs.
Dr Gianino and his beautiful wife Michelle have lived in Ashburnham Mass since 1991 where they have raised their lovely daughters Chelsey (23), and Nikki (19).
The Doctor enjoys outdoor activities such as skiing, golfing, hiking and cycling.
My Reply: As a young boy I noticed my teeth had dark horizontal lines. Kids use to make fun of me and asked if I had rotten teeth. After many insults and embarrassing comments I asked my Dentist “What’s wrong with my teeth?” He informed me that I had tetracycline staining caused by taking antibiotics when I was a child. At that time there was no simple way to treat it, so when I had braces I noticed that I was accepted and not judged. But when the braces came off again I felt shunned. This experience really affected my personality. I decided at age 12 I was going to be a Dentist to help people get healthy and feel good about themselves.
My philosophy is a simple one. Treat people with kindness and respect as you get to know their wants and needs. Provide the highest quality care humanly possible and teach them how to prevent disease!
It has been my privilege to care for so many people over the years-I would like to invite you to join our family.