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The Center for Restorative Dentistry
12 Newmarch Street • Kittery ME 03904
207-439-3390

info@portsmouthkitterydentist.com

If you seek either general dental services or advanced implant or periodontal work, please call the Center for Restorative Dentistry. Dr. Brendan Hallissey or Dr. Stephen Swallow will be glad to answer any questions you may have and our professional staff can schedule an appointment for you.

You may also wish to complete your paperwork before visiting us.  You may bring this with you or email it to us in advance.

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Directions to the Office

From the South

Take Route I-95 North over the high-level bridge (Piscataqua River Bridge). Take Exit 2 to Route 236 East. At the end of the ramp, bear right and under the underpass into the rotary. Follow signs to Route 1 South, exiting about a quarter of the way around circle. (You are now headed back toward Portsmouth.) You will go approximately one mile, passing through two traffic lights. After the second traffic light, you will see a park on your left. We are located in the fourth building on the right, across from the park, a white house with red trim and our sign out front. Parking is just before the building.

From the South and West

Exit the Portsmouth Rotary onto the Route 1 Bypass, which will cross the middle bridge (Mildred E. Long Bridge). At the end of the bridge, take an immediate right, “Route 103/Navy Yard.” Follow Route 103 over a small railroad bridge and, where the road forks, bear right onto Government Street. At the stop light, turn right. We are located in the fourth building on the right, across from the park, a white house with red trim and our sign out front. Parking is just before the building.

From the North

Take I-95 south, through the York tolls, heading toward New Hampshire. Take exit 2 (Routes 1 and 236). At the end of the ramp, bear to the right. Go under the underpass into a small rotary. Take Route 1 South, exiting about a quarter of the way around. Follow Route 1 for about one mile, going through two traffic lights. After the second light, you will see a park on your left. We are located in the fourth building on the right, across from the park, a white house with red trim and our sign out front. Parking is to the right of the building.

Did you know?

Good oral health can help control diabetes and controlling your blood glucose level can improve overall health.