If you are looking for a dentist in Belmont New Hampshire:

Belmont  Family Dental Center, PLLC,  Fredrick M. Vega, DDS and Associates, welcomes you to our practice.

The primary mission of our Web site is to provide our patients a seamless conduit for the exchange of information about improving individual oral health, whether at home or at one of our practices.

As you navigate through our site you will find information about general dentistry, dental hygiene, dental procedures and treatments. We believe our patients deserve to have a conduit by which to receive current, accurate information in order make informed choices about their individual and family's oral health.

As licensed dental practitioners our doctors and dental hygienists here at Belmont Family Dental Center work with each patient to help them achieve and maintain healthier gums and teeth and a beautiful smile. Our staff takes the needed time with our patients to explain individual treatment options and informs them of additional preventative care alternatives.

Our office is conveniently located in central, New Hampshire.
Feel free to call or e-mail our office at anytime with questions you may have.

You can be assured that our courteous and dedicated staff will do everything possible to make each visit to our practices pleasant.

New Patients Specials

Attention New patients - Prior to your first appointment, please click on the "$107 INITIAL EXAM " link below and take advantage of this Offer from  Belmont Family Dental Center.

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Meet Our Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Fredrick M. Vega , DDS - Founder

    AKA  “Dr. Rick”, is a native of Michigan. His passion for dentistry started while working as a dental assistant serving active duty military in the U.S. Air Force. This led him to attend the University of Michigan, where he earned both his B.S. degree and D.D.S. degree. For more than 38 years, Dr. Rick has been providing comprehensive family dental care in Allenstown, Northwood, Hooksett, Bradford, Belmont and Pittsfield New Hampshire. What Dr. Rick enjoys most is catering to and treating the “coward” patient; hence our motto “We Cater to Cowards”.

  • Sue, Certified Dental Assistant

    Sue has been in the dentistry for more than thirty years. She strives to make each patients' visit as positive and as comfortable as possible. Sue married her high school sweetheart in 1980 and she and her husband have two sons. They have a family camp on Lake Winnipesaukee, where many memories have been made and continue to be made. Favorite pastimes include spending time with family and friends, hiking, stitching and reading.

  • Kristen, RDH

    Kristen received her degree in dental hygiene from New Hampshire Technical Institute in 2013. Prior to pursuing her degree in dental hygiene, Kristen graduated from New Hampshire Technical Institute dental assisting program in 2010. She holds a permit to administer local anesthesia. She has a calm and comforting chair side manner and enjoys educating patients. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, being outdoors and riding motorcycles.

  • Cheryl, Administrative Assistant

    Cheryl has been in the dental field since 1988. In her 29 years she has become proficient in both administrative and clinical support. Cheryl has been with Dr Rick for all of her 29 years. When she isn’t in the dental office she could be found teaching Kindergarten. Cheryl holds an X-ray certification, care credit certification and teaching certificate. Cheryl and her husband enjoy time on the lake with their “giant dogs” and welcoming their forever expanding family of grandchildren. When she has a moment to spare, you will find her reading or quilting.

  • Holly, RDA, EST, Patient Coordinator

    Holly has over 30 years of dental experience. Holly earned her Registered Dental Assisting, x-ray and coronal polishing certification from California in 1986. She worked many years as a Dental Eaglesoft Trainer and has now chosen to return to her roots and work directly with patients. Holly has worked every aspect in a dental office. Her biggest enjoyment is educating patients on the importance of the dental needs. She spends as much time as the climate allows to garden.

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