Since 2001, Dr. Burden has been focused on providing high quality dental services with genuine consideration and compassion for his patients. He is dedicated to providing the very latest in methods and materials that dentistry offers. Subsequently, he has developed a reputation for providing exceptional dental care for residents of Bath and surrounding communities.
A Maine native, Dr. Burden grew up in the Midcoast region. In 2001 he graduated with honors from the Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, attaining his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. Following graduation, he returned to Maine to serve the needs of the community he grew up in.
Dr. Burden is dedicated to keeping up to date with the latest dental techniques and knowledge in order to deliver excellent results for his patients. He is an active member of the American Dental Association, Maine Dental Association, Casco Bay Study Club, the Spear Study Club, and Merry Meeting Bay Dental Society. He has also completed the core curriculum of advanced continuing education at The Pankey Institute.
We have one of the most experienced dental staff in the midcoast region. Everyone from Hygiene, Dental Assisting and Front Desk has over 15 years of experience in their respective fields. You can feel confident that your care will be thorough and gentle. They are kind and knowledgeable and will make every effort to make your visit as smooth as possible.
Our practice is located on Oak Street in historic Bath. This house was built by a Sea Captain in 1903, but has served duty as a dental practice since 1970. The interior has been updated and altered over the years to accommodate advancements in dental equipment, but it still feels comfortable and inviting as you would expect from a house of this vintage. Ample parking is available in our parking lot or on the street in front of the office. We also have an access ramp so stairs are not required.
Dr. Burden and his staff put a lot of energy into reducing the environmental impact of the practice. The following are some of the things that we do to be more green.
Recycling: From office paper to shipping boxes, to plastics, to metals. Every item that can be recycled, is.
Computers: All charts, insurance documents, and other records are digital. This is a tremendous help in reducing paper waste.
Digital X-Rays: Instant images and nothing to throw away. No more lead foil or toxic developing chemicals are needed!
Programmable Thermostats: The office is only heated to comfortable temperatures during business hours to reduce use of heating oil and subsequent emissions.
Green Power: The electricity we use is purchased through zero impact sources such as wind, water, and solar.