- Accepts Insurance
- Covid-19 Safety
- Free parking
- Wheelchair Friendly
We are dedicated to staying on top of the latest diagnostic tools and treatments. It is our goal to give our patients healthy smiles of which they can be proud. We want to achieve that goal as easily as possible for our patients.
We couldn’t be the office we are without our staff. They are always helping patients by giving them the information they need to make the right decision. Our staff will discuss all of your options and what to expect. They are here to answer your questions and address your concerns. It is their goal to give you a satisfying experience every time you walk through our doors. Quite simply, they are great at what they do.
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Epione Dental Associates4.47 reviews
Joseph Flaherty2 years ago
Bridget Griffin2 years ago
I am really happy to have found this practice! The customer service is outstanding, and the work on my teeth has been amazing. I have very sensitive teeth and I had the most pleasant experience getting a filling I've EVER had! No pain at all, which has never been the case for me in the past. I will be recommending this dentist to my friends and family, for sure!
Mike Dux3 years ago
Great new office in Framingham. Dr. Stipho is so knowledgeable and made getting an implant a breeze. I needed an implant on a front tooth done and was my first time here (and first implant) - she made me feel like I had been patient for years and the whole process was painless. Highly recommend!
Morgan Uceny2 years ago
Epione Dental Associates are wonderful and I will continue to use them for the dental needs of my entire family.
Ben Junea year ago
Horrific. 18 x-rays and 30 minutes later, I was met with "we can't give you a cleaning without doing gum measurements". I declined the deep-scaling scam as I have at other places before. This dentist REFUSED to provide cleaning care without gum measurements. Who has time to sit at a dentist for 1.5-2 hours when the expectation is a cleaning? Not to mention unprepared: 1. Tech was about to give me X-Rays without a release signed. 2. I declined gum measurements and was told by Dr. Thomas "I had to have them". I declined. 3. Then another doctor, woman I don't recall, parroted that sentiment. The whole interaction didn't bring any feeling of care or warmth. I was just someone on their schedule. I get it, they need to check some boxes so that insurance pays them. Check away and say I did it, I don't care. But this insistence on measurements and furthermore, refusal to provide care after declining the measurements is unacceptable. I do NOT recommend this practice.