Scott Siemen, DMD

Restorative Dentist

Dr. Scott Siemen, DMD completed his undergraduate degree at Worcester State College, graduating with a BS in Mathematics in 1985. Following in his grandfather’s steps, he pursued dentistry, and graduated from Tufts University in 1990.

Dr. Siemen continued his education by studying facially generated treatment planning, occlusion in clinical practice, restorative design, treating worn dentition, and creating esthetic excellence at Spear Education. At the Dawson Center, he studied the diagnosis and treatment of masticatory problems and treatment of temporo maudibular dysfunction. He was also a faculty member at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester, where he taught the dental hygienist program.

After working in several dental practices in Maine, Dr. Siemen established Paxton Dental Care in 1992, with the goal of creating a comfortable, anxiety-free environment for his patients. Dr. Siemen strives for honesty and communication in all aspects of dentistry, and believes that forming deep connections with his patients is the best way to provide the highest quality care.

Dr. Siemen’s specialties include porcelain veneers and cosmetic bonding, bite problems, advanced tooth wear, one-visit CEREC crowns, and sedation dentistry. He is a member of the Massachusetts Dental Society and the American Dental Association.

Dr. Siemen has many interests outside of dentistry, and he especially enjoys outdoor activities, including camping, canoeing, soccer, and fly-fishing. He and his wife Katie have four children. They have a strong commitment to their family and friends.