Thomas E. Derosier, D.D.S.
Dr. Derosier received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. Michael’s College in Vermont before graduating with his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from the Georgetown University School of Dentistry.
After graduation, Dr. Derosier served as a Captain in the United States Army where he served for a time as their Preventative Dentistry Officer. He also gained extensive experience in both restorative dentistry and oral surgery while with the Army.
After returning to Massachusetts, Dr. Derosier founded a dental practice with two locations on the North Shore, but ultimately decided in 1990 to sell and establish Falmouth Dental Associates. Serving as its Clinical Director, Dr. Derosier continues to lead our multi-specialty practice into the future. Dr. Derosier’s approach to comprehensive family dentistry has always been patient focused and compassionate. His skills in oral surgery are extensive, as well as his primary focus on restorative dentistry and cosmetics.
Dr. Derosier has also spent much of his free time helping other professionals by serving as Chair on the Committee on Drug and Alcohol Dependency and a member of the Doctors Well Being Advisory Committee. He has also served on committees such as the Access to Care Committee, which was dedicated to the dental care of Medicaid recipients.
Dr. Derosier maintains memberships with the American Dental Association, Massachusetts Dental Society, and is a lifetime member of the Pierre Fauchard Academy.