Dr. David Huynh, born and raised in Boston, completed his dental training at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He takes special interest in identifying and treating dental etiologies for each patient, and taking a preventative approach to meticulous dental care.
He is a part time Lecturer at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences. He was awarded the prestigious Academy of General Dentistry Fellowship for his commitment to continuing education. He was previously accepted into the Honos Civicus Society for his previous contributions in community service, and the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry Student Award of Merit for his work in aesthetic dentistry.
He enjoys staying active in the dental community as the Assistant Treasurer and a Peer Review Committee Member of the Middlesex District Dental Society, part of the American Dental Association, and the Treasurer of the Massachusetts Comprehensive Dentistry Study Club. Dr. David Huynh is also enrolled in the University of Florida’s Comprehensive Dentistry Program, a two-year postgraduate continuing education course in comprehensive dentistry.
As much as he appreciates his time with his patients, he also loves spending time outdoors with his family and friends. He loves running, snowboarding, and reading on the patio with his cat.