Alison Freeman, DMD
“Why do I love being a dentist? There is nothing better for me than to improve patients’ health, help them achieve their dental goals, and know that the smile we’ve given them makes them happy and confident.” – Dr. Alison Freeman
Dr. Alison Freeman created Aspire Dental Health to give patients a “dental home” in a warm, welcoming environment, helping not only their smiles, but their overall wellness.
Dr. Freeman is known for her warm, caring demeanor but also for making sure that her patients have what they need for their oral health, even beyond general dentistry. She is dedicated to helping each of her patients achieve their dental health goals.
With her passion for continuing education, Dr. Freeman consistently strives to deliver the highest quality of aesthetic results to keep her patients smiling for years. This is your journey, which is why she strives to understand the individual emotional and psychological needs of our patients.
Dr. Freeman received her B.S. degree in cell and developmental biology at the University of Rochester. She went on to earn her D.M.D at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2005.
Following her education at Tufts, Dr. Freeman continued her education at Boston University School of Dental Medicine, completing a residency in the Advanced Education in General Dentistry program.
Dr. Freeman’s Dental Memberships:
Frank Schiano, DMD
Dr. Schiano is a specialist in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. He completed his orthodontic training at the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine in 2018. Prior to returning to residency, Dr. Schiano was a Clinical Assistant Professor at Boston University and practiced and taught general dentistry for almost a decade.
His service to the community goes unmatched. Dr. Schiano worked tirelessly for over five years to help form the Boston District of the Massachusetts Dental Society. A 2010 graduate of the MDS Leadership Institute, he was awarded the Massachusetts Dental Society’s “10 Under Ten” Award in 2011. He also received the 2011 American Dental Association’s Award for International Service for his leadership in Project Stretch, an international pediatric dental service organization, of which he is an active Board member. In 2014, Dr. Schiano was named one of four MDS “William McKenna Volunteer Heroes”.
When not spending time at the office with his patients, Dr. Schiano enjoys yoga, going to the movies, and eating good food with his closest family and friends.