Dental Care — Rumford
60 Lowell Street
Rumford, ME 04276
Directions & Parking
- Enter the Technology Center through main entrance
- The dental center is on the left
Located in a beautifully renovated historic mill, the Rumford Center opened in February 2008, bringing much needed affordable and accessible oral health care to the people of Oxford County. Patients and staff enjoy state-of-the-art facilities, including six operatories, digital radiography, and electronic patient records.
Community Dental Rumford works closely with our community partners, Rumford Hospital, Tri-County Mental Health, and the River Valley Healthy Communities Coalition to provide patient-centered care and link people to needed health services on a timely basis. Community Dental partners with community school oral health programs and Headstart to provide a dental home for students who need services. Many local organizations contribute to a patient assistance fund for residents with dental emergencies.
Dr. Shirwac Mohamed, DMD
Dr. Mohamed joined the staff at the Rumford Dental Center in July 2013. Dr. Mohamed is a 2013 graduate of Tufts University and during his fourth year completed a Dental Externship with Community Dental at our Portland Dental Center. Dr. Mohamed is a National Health Service Corps Scholar and is proficient in English and Somali. Dr. Mohamed also practices at our Farmington Dental Center two days each week.
Located in the foothills of the White Mountains on the Androscoggin River, Rumford has a population of approximate 6,500 and is the home of a major paper industry. The University College at Rumford/Mexico is a learning center part of the University of Maine system. Rumford is 63 miles miles north of Portland and 154 miles north of Boston.
The area is a major winter vacation destination. Black Mountain, a small ski resort, is located within Rumford and Sunday River to the west and Sugarloaf to the north, are major ski resorts within a 60 minute drive.
The area is also a summer vacation destination with a 20 mile stretch of the Androscoggin River used for kayaking, canoeing, and swimming. There are several excellent day hiking trails in Rumford and the Appalachian Trail passes within a few miles of town.