Dr. Christopher Widmer, or Chris as he prefers to be called, grew up in a small town in southern New Hampshire. He left home to attend the world’s oldest, and most prodigious dental school – The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2011. Third in his graduating class, Dr. Widmer was honored to have been selected by the Dean to receive the graduating class’s highest honor, the Timothy O. Heatwole Chair for exemplary humanitarianism and kindness.
Interested in serving his country, Dr. Widmer then joined the United States Air Force, where he completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry in Washington DC. He served both home and abroad, and was humbled to have been given the last coin by then retiring Dental Command Chief, Major General Gerard Caron for his notable professionalism and dedication to mission. He is well versed in many aspects of your dental care, as he practiced general dentistry for five years, earning a Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry before deciding to specialize in Endodontics.