I received my DMD from Boston University Goldman School of Dentistry in 1978. From 1978 to 1992, I was the course director of pre-clinical fixed prosthetics and dental anatomy courses at BU Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry, and I have lectured at various professional venues, including the Yankee Dental Congress and local dental study groups.
My wish for my patients is to optimize their dental health, mind, body and soul. To help achieve this, our patients come in for regular dental hygiene visits and regular restorative exams. So many of my patients have healthy restorations in their mouths that are twenty to thirty years old. This is a result of the regular care that we provide, along with the information that we continuously and truthfully share with them. When a patient does need a restoration, we have the unique and favorable situation of having our own on-site laboratory, in which I make all of the restorations myself, using both gold as well as CEREC, depending on the patient’s preference and the reasonable options available to him or her. It is under these circumstances that I can provide the very best, longest lasting solutions for restoring patients’ teeth.
For me, practicing dentistry is a journey of living and sharing the truth. For example, my team and I were fortunate to have attended Dr. Abrahamsen’s course entitled “Etiology, Diagnosis, and Cure of the Non-Carious Loss of Tooth Structure,” during which we learned that the harmful effect of toothpaste abrasion has finally been verified in studies undertaken by Dr. Abrahamsen over a period of six years (as well as in his 35 years of clinical observations). In addition to teaching courses and taking them, I also read hundreds of books each year … books on nutrition, religion and even books about dentistry once in a while!
This website is dedicated first and foremost to my wife, Ella, to my three children, to God, to my profession, and to every person who has ever lived, lives or will live on the planet Earth, because after all, we are all brothers and sisters. I look forward to meeting you all.
Meet Our Team
Our friendly, warm and caring team is excited to meet you! We take the time to get to know you and make sure you feel welcome and cared for here at our practice. Please call our office today at 617-262-3737 to schedule an appointment with our dentist, Dr. Valdemar Welz, and learn more about dental care in Boston, Massachusetts.
Nika is a recent graduate from Suffolk University where she obtained a degree in business. She has worked with Dr. Welz for over 5 years in various positions including front desk coordinator and most recently, office manager. She uses her management skills to run an efficient team and her personability to ensure an excellent experience for patients. She enjoys hiking with her Bernese Mountain Dogs and going to the beach on a beautiful summer day.
Sandy, our front desk coordinator for over 10 years, uses her experience and her natural love of people to ensure an efficient and pleasant experience for our patients as well as for our team. She excels at communicating with professionalism, compassion and proficiency. Sandy enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren.
Gosia, our lab technician and dental assistant, uses her artistic ability to create beautiful restorations in the lab and a warm spirit to create a peaceful environment chairside. She has been with Dr. Welz for over 15 years and like Dr. Welz, Gosia is committed to excellence.
Kamila is a registered dental hygienist who graduated at the top of her class at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene and has been with Dr. Welz for over 15 years. Kamila brings state-of-the-art technique and the latest information in dentistry to our office. She exudes confidence, thoroughness and pleasantness.