Dr. Willard Passed Away Unexpectedly on June 29, 2016
Although Dr. Willard will be greatly missed by his staff and patients, his commitment to clinical excellence and treating his patients fairly lives on.
Dr. Willard is survived by two children. He will also be deeply missed by his staff and patients.
Please read the following letter from Dr. Willard’s children. Kindly also review Dr. Stacey Laskis’ page for information about her background and, of course, feel free to contact Tina at the office with your questions.
All of the staff of Parkview Dentistry (Tina, Wendy, Anna, and Julie) wish to thank you for your continued trust and confidence in permitting them to care for you and your family’s dental needs through the last 16 years and look forward to seeing you again soon.
Dr. Willard’s Journey
A native of New England, Dr. Willard obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont. He then worked as a periodontal research technician at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, before starting dental school.
Dr. Willard later acquired his Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD) at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine in 1988, a school that is consistently rated as one of the top three schools in the United States. (Go Huskies!)
Following graduation, he completed a general practice residency at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont. This hospital-based program covered a broad spectrum of treatment ranging from general dentistry and facial trauma to the administration of general anesthesia in the operating room.
In 1989 Dr. Willard began his own private practice in Vermont. During his years of practice, Dr. Willard has adopted the latest techniques and innovations in the dental industry, attending numerous presentations on both aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry.