Dr. Michael J. Boschetti
Dr. Michael J. Boschetti received his Doctorate from Tufts University in 1983 after earning his Bachelor Degree in Biology from Merrimack College in 1980. Upon graduation, Dr. Boschetti was a Clinical Instructor in the Dental Auxiliary Utilization Clinic at Tufts University. He has been practicing in Revere since 1983. Dr. Boschetti has received an Advanced Degree in CEREC Restorations and is certified in Soft Tissue Laser Technology. He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the Academy of Laser Dentistry, the American Dental Association and the Massachusetts Dental Society. He is a North East Trainer for Patterson Dental Supply, training doctors in the use of CEREC®CAD/CAM technology, and has trained in the use of Sirolaser® Utilization. Dr. Boschetti is a past Chairman of the North Metropolitan District of the Massachusetts Dental Society and presently holds the position of Treasurer of the District.
Dr. Thao Le
Dr. Le is a graduate of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, where he received a Master of Medical science degree and certificate of advanced graduate study in Endodontics. The faculty at Harvard awarded him with the prestigious Henry Shaw Award, an honor given to one graduating resident at Harvard each year. He subsequently was offered a fellowship position to be one of two students in the country, to further advance his studies in dental implants. He is a board eligible member of the American Association of Endodontist and maintains membership with the American Dental Association and Massachusetts Dental Society. Dr. Le attended Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, where he received his DDS degree and was awarded the Divisional Excellence in Endodontics. Following graduation, he completed a one years general practice residency at the West Los Angeles Veteran’s Administration Hospital. He graduated from University of California Berkeley with a B.A. in Molecular Cell Biology. Dr. Le enjoys numerous activities outside the office such as golfing, biking, jogging, tennis and sport fishing.
Dr. Robert M. Solomon
Dr. Robert Solomon was born in Antwerp, Belgium. After graduating from the Royal Atheneum of Berchem, he completed his undergraduate education at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. While at Tufts he was co-director of the University Smile Squad and organized visits to care centers to educate orphans and teenage mothers on oral hygiene. He enrolled at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts, where, among other projects, he studied the prevalence of maxillary sinus cysts in a study population, and the role of extracellular matrix proteins in human gingival tissue. During dental school, Dr. Solomon also volunteered at Bridge over Troubled Waters, where he provided dental screenings and treatment to needy patients from the Boston inner-city area. He was awarded the Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in 2002. He enrolled in a three-year post-doctoral residency program in Periodontics at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts, in the summer of 2002. While in the program, he was a teaching assistant for the head and neck anatomy class, and a clinical instructor in periodontics for re-doctoral dental students. He also became a research fellow at the Forsyth Institute under the supervision of Drs. Socransky and Haffajee, where he studied the microbiology of juvenile periodontitis (LAP). Dr. Solomon successfully completed the program in June of 2005, where he was awarded a Certificate in Periodontology and a Master of Medical Science in Oral Biology.