Phillip M. Robitaille, Dentist

Phillip M. Robitaille

Dentist

1188 County St Somerset Massachusetts, 02726

About

Philip M. Robitaille, DDS, is a Dentist working at Philip M Robitaille, D.D.S. & Associates. Dr. Robitaille received his degrees from Northwestern University. Additionally, Dr. Robitaille has extensive expertise in Laser and Guided Surgery. Dr. Robitaille maintains a professional membership with the Massachusetts Dental Peer Review Chair, Massachusetts Dental Society, American Dental Association, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Laser Dentistry.

Provider Details

Male English

Professional Society Memberships

  • Massachusetts Dental Peer Review Chair, Massachusetts Dental Society, American Dental Association, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Laser Dentistry

Hobbies / Sports

  • Traveling, Golf

Phillip M. Robitaille's Practice location

Philip M Robitaille, D.D.S. & Associates

1188 County St -
Somerset, Massachusetts 02726
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New patients: 508-674-0551
Fax: 508-674-0670

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