Putting Patient Care & Families First

At Raynor Dental patient care comes first. What exactly does this mean for you and your family? It means we’ll never prescribe an unnecessary service or treatment in order to charge you or your insurance company additional expense. Instead we’re interested in earning your trust, and making you feel comfortable in the dental chair no matter your age or previous experiences. This happens by treating you like a valued member of our family; and providing different care options, discussing the pros and cons of each and collectively determining your unique path to oral health.

Each team member at Raynor Dental views their role within our office not simply as a job – but as a way to make a lasting difference in the lives of our neighbors. We’re committed to providing the highest level of individualized patient care; making smiles healthy, clean and beautiful; and building a dental practice that gives back to our beautiful monadnock region communities at every possible opportunity.

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For questions regarding Raynor Dental services, an upcoming appointment, previous visit, services or billing please feel free to call or use our contact form. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

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Keene, NH

Raynor Dental – Keene is conveniently located at 650 Court Street, Suite #4 in Keene, New Hampshire (just past Cheshire Medical Center and across from Genesis Rehabilitation Center).

Tel: 603-352-0006
Office Hours: 
Monday – Thursday | 8 am – 4 pm

Peterborough, NH

Raynor Dental – Peterborough is located on the Monadnock Community Hospital campus in the Medical Arts Building at 454 Old Street Rd., Suite 102 in Peterborough, New Hampshire.

Tel: 603-924-9688
Office Hours: 
Monday – Thursday | 9 am – 5 pm

Dental Emergency

Same day, urgent dental care appointments are available. Please call Raynor Dental at 603-352-0006 if you need immediate assistance. Not sure if your dental problem is an emergency? Tell us your symptoms. Even injuries that seem small can affect the living tissues inside the teeth. Quick treatment improves the odds of saving injured or damaged teeth.