Open Wide – We’re Having an Open House & Ribbon Cutting in Peterborough

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Peterborough, NH—Raynor Dental invites patients and the public to an Open House and Ribbon Cutting for its newly expanded and renovated dental practice at 60 Hancock Road (Rte. 202) in Peterborough, on Thursday, November 14th from 5:30 until 7:00 PM. Light refreshments will be served.

Visitors will get a firsthand look at renovations which have doubled the practice space to include a larger check-in/check-out area with easier flow; two consult rooms where patients can discuss their options in private, and 15 treatment rooms with new equipment.

Raynor Dental began planning the renovations when it took over the Nieskens & Yoe dental practice in Peterborough in 2018. New construction was completed over the summer of 2019, with additional remodeling recently finished as Raynor Dental’s Peterborough office moved from its former location at Monadnock Community Hospital.

Practice owner Dr. Jason Raynor, a Harrisville native and childhood patient of Dr. William Yoe, says, “I was inspired to become a dentist by my experience as a child in the Nieskens & Yoe office, and by the care I received there.” According to Dr. Raynor, the renovation is about being able to optimize care for patients. “This area needs dental care, and our additional staff and space allow us to see more patients every day. You don’t want to delay a sick patient’s care because of a lack of space.” Visitors to the Open House and Ribbon Cutting will be able to meet the staff, including Dr. Raynor and his fellow dentists Dr. Jonathan Nutt, Dr. Jacqueline Velez, and Dr. William Yoe, who is staying on. As Dr. Yoe said at the time of the transition, “I will continue to work with our patients, just like I’ve been for the past three decades. Dr. Jay was my patient when he was a youngster and I have a lot of respect for how he and all the providers at Raynor Dental approach dentistry and I know that they will do right by our patients as we move forward together.”

Dr. Raynor says that the renovations are part of the practice’s overall focus on being family friendly, easy to navigate, and proactive in offering preventive oral health care. He explains, “Our mission here is to help all of our patients, from childhood through adulthood, to achieve and maintain optimum oral health. It’s possible, even if you don’t have dental insurance. We know that preventive measures today can save enormous expense and discomfort tomorrow. And we know that with our increased space and capabilities, this will be a great place to do more good work.”

For more information about the Open House and Ribbon Cutting, please call Raynor Dental at 603-924-3350 or email

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