Biddeford Dental Center
57 Barra Road, Suite 3
Biddeford, ME 04005
Directions & Parking
- Located in the Robert G. Dodge Business Park
- Parking for the dental center is on the right side of the building
- The dental center entrance is located in the back
Located in the Robert G. Dodge Business Park on Rt. 111 across from Southern Maine Medical Center, the Biddeford Center opened in December 2009 with eight dental operatories, replacing centers in Sanford and Saco and bringing new state-of-the-art facilities to the people of York County.
The Biddeford Center works closely with Southern Maine Medical Center to link patients to needed oral health services on a timely basis. We also partner with community school oral health programs, Headstart and the St. Louis Child Development Center to provide a dental home for students who need services.
Community Dental also partners with the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and Maine Medical Center in an Advanced Education General Dentistry (AEGD) residency program.
Dr. Ali Rouhi Nozadi
Dr. Katherine Paret
With a population of 22,000, Biddeford is Maine's sixth largest city. Located along the I-95 corridor, the City is conveniently situated 15 miles south of Portland and 90 miles north of Boston and is home to the University of New England.
In terms of natural features, Biddeford's 30 square mile area is as astoundingly beautiful as it is richly diverse. The downtown area is urban with numerous historic commercial buildings, churches, textile mills and homes. East of the city lies a magnificent coastline with stretches of sandy beaches and rocky promontories. Along the coast are such gems at historic Wood Island Lighthouse and the Rachel Carson U.S. Wildlife Preserve.
The Saco River, which has its origins in the New Hampshire Mountains meanders along a largely unspoiled Biddeford shorefront for a distance of 14 miles where it meets the sea.
Biddeford also includes the resort communities of Biddeford Pool, Fortunes Rocks, and Granite Point with numerous picturesque beaches and fishing villages.