About Dr. Paul Schoenbeck

Dr. Schoenbeck practices general dentistry with special interests in CEREC technology, periodontal therapy, implants, cosmetic and hospital dentistry. He is a member of the prestigious American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), the American Dental Association, Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics, and serves on the Androscoggin Valley Hospital Medical Staff.

Dr. Schoenbeck has given presentations and lectures to other dentists from Florida to Maine. He also has presented and demonstrated internationally in the Dominican Republic. An educator and professional speaker, Dr. Schoenbeck lectures and conducts workshops in advanced dental technology at various institutions such as Tufts Dental School, and at national dental meetings such as Yankee Dental Congress in Boston. In addition to lectures, he has  authored several articles in such dental magazines as ‘Contemporary Esthetics’, ‘Dentistry Today’, and ‘Dental Practice Report’. Dr. Schoenbeck is a leading expert and proponent of CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) and recognized by CEREC’s manufacturer, Sirona, for his efforts to advance modern dentistry and make this rare, high-tech dentistry available to local communities. He is a certified trainer for Sirona’s CEREC technology.

These distinguished accomplishments set apart Dr. Schoenbeck and his practice, North Country Dental, located in Gorham, NH. The practice was founded upon the vision of bringing affordable, state-of-the-art dentistry to the North Country in a fun, relaxed, and patient-friendly atmosphere.


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