Concord, NH Dentist
Get to Know Dr. Mahmoud Homsi
Dr. Homsi loves that he gets to use the skills he has perfected over the years to improve his dental patients’ quality of life and make them feel happier about themselves. He also likes having the chance to interact with all kinds of different people and hear their stories. Dr. Homsi is eager to use his training and creativity to give you the best dental experience you can imagine, but first, you can start getting to know him below.
Why Did You Decide to Become a Dentist?
Dr. Homsi decided to become a dentist when he was 19 years old. His parents wanted him to be a doctor, which he was interested in, but he also wanted a career that involved art. He had always liked drawing and sculpting using his hands, and dentistry was the perfect combination of what he and his parents wanted.
Where Did You Study Dentistry?
Dr. Homsi earned his dental degree from Boston University, Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Since graduating, he has taken several continuing education courses at some of the most prestigious institutions, including the Las Vegas Institute for full mouth rehabilitation and TMJ/sleep apnea therapy, Advanced Implant Educators for placing dental implants, Aesthetic Advantage at NYU for cosmetic dentistry, and the American Academy of Clear Aligners for orthodontics. He is also certified in laser therapy by the American Board of Laser Surgery.
On top of this, he is an active member of the American Dental Association, New Hampshire Dental Association, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Homsi is currently on his way to earn his fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry where only 6% of dentists in the U.S. pursued this commitment.
Outside of the Dental Office, What Do You Like to Do?
Originally from Damascus, Syria, Dr. Homsi actually met his wife, Alaa, in Istanbul while he was living there, and she was on vacation with her family. They kept in touch after she went home to the U.S., and eventually, he was able to join her. Now, they have a young daughter named Dalia. When he isn’t spending quality time at home, Dr. Homsi likes to visit art museums, attend various concerts at Boston Symphony Hall, and read about history.