Going to the dentist is a lot easier when you have a skilled dentist you can trust. If you're looking for a dentist in Lexington, choose John R. Pallotta, DMD—a native of the Lexington, MA area. Today, Dr. Pallotta proudly upholds the legacy of his father, a dentist who founded the Pallotta practice in 1971. Dr. Pallotta is a graduate of the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, and is a member in good standing of both the Massachusetts Dental Society and American Dental Association.
Driving to Our Office
Our dental office is located near the center of Lexington, MA, not far from Massachusetts Ave. You should have no trouble finding us if you follow these directions.
If you're coming from Belmont or Downtown Boston, take the Concord Turnpike until you get to 54B. At that point, merge onto Waltham St. and following signs for Lexington. Stay on Waltham St. for nearly two miles, then take a left on Massachusetts Ave. From there, take the first left onto Muzzey St., and you should see our dental office on the right.
If you're coming from the Bedford area; head East on Massachusetts State Road 225 (which is also known as Massachusetts State Road 4 and Great Rd). Simply continue toward Lexington until you see Emery Park on your left, at which point you should take a right on Muzzey St. You'll see us on the right after a few hundred feet.
Lexington, MA was originally settled by Europeans in 1642, and became its own town in 1713. Lexington is best known for the Battle of Lexington, which took place in April of 1775 and is considered the beginning of the American Revolutionary War.
Today, Boston is home to about 640,000 people, with over 4.5 million people living in the greater metropolitan area. Many of the best colleges in the country are located in the Boston area, including Harvard and MIT. Boston is one of the most economically powerful cities in the U.S. and the world.