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A well-trained and academically lauded dentist, Brendon Chiou, DMD, currently serves patients in the Newburyport, Massachusetts area. Working out of an established private practice, Dr. Chiou has a regular patient pool that includes every age group, from small children to seniors. As a general practitioner, Dr. Chiou is capable of a variety of dental procedures, including implants, restorations, extractions, and more. 

Before Brendon Chiou moved to Newburyport in 2009, he worked for some years at a private practice in Manhattan. He is familiar with digital x-rays and the newest techniques of dental treatment, and he enjoys learning about the latest dental procedures and working with the newest tools. Dr. Chiou is currently certified to administer Invisalign treatments and tooth implants, and he focuses particular attention on esthetic dentistry, to help his patients look their best. 

While he was still a dental student at Tufts University in Boston, Brendon Chiou researched and wrote several papers on specialized topics within the dental field. He studied the effects of calcium phosphate rinses and fluoride rinses for radiation patients. He also studied the effectiveness of Sonicare toothbrushes against manual toothbrushes for the removal of plaque and calculus. 

Brendon Chiou was the recipient of several accolades during his years as a student. Three different scholarship committees presented awards to Dr. Chiou for his exemplary community service, outstanding leadership, and commitment to dentistry. In addition, he was elected as the dental student representative for the Tufts Alumni Committee, and was a class Vice President for four years in a row. 

In his spare time, Dr. Chiou enjoys many outdoor activities, including deep-sea fishing, camping, and mountain biking. He has lived in New England, on and off, for many years, and received his secondary education at Groton School.

Work experience



Private Practice


2000May 2004

Doctorate of Dental Medicine

Tufts University School of Dental Medicine