Willard Street Family Dental

At Willard Street Family Dental, we value our patient relationships, making it our priority to deliver the gentle compassionate care that you deserve from your dental office.  The team at Willard Street family Dental has been offering high quality dental services in Burlington to thousands of satisfied patients, spanning several generations.  Drs. Adam DeSanctis and Kristopher Keeton, continue this tradition of quality care and excellent service with the addition of new technologies and treatment options. We work hard at Willard Street Family Dental to make you feel at ease, by providing exceptional patient care in a relaxed convenient atmosphere.  We strive to develop lifelong relationships with our patients by combining the latest dental technology with a professional and compassionate staff.  The result is a beautiful, healthy smile that lasts a lifetime.

Our goals are simple- to provide high quality dental care to all generations and treat patients like they are part of our own family.  We also believe that patients should have sufficient information to make educated decisions about their oral health, treatment options and choice of dental office.  You’ll find all of this important information on our website, including direction to our office, services descriptions, patient forms, patient education resources and more.

We are a full service dental practice providing for all of your dental needs.  Our services include:

  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Implant Restoration
  • Full and partial dentures
  • 24 hour emergency coverage
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Crowns
  • Preventive Care
  • Periodontal Exam and Therapy

Should you ever need additional information about our practice we are always available to answer your questions (802-862-8625). Let us care for your entire family!  We look forward to meeting you.

Meet the Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Adam DeSanctis

    Dr. DeSanctis graduated from the University of Buffalo Dental School in New York. He has extensive education in the fields of endodontics and interceptive orthodontics. He is a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, and the Vermont State Dental Society. 

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  • Dr.
    Kristopher Keeton

    Dr. Kristopher Keeton attended the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry before completing his dental residency at the University of Vermont Medical Center.  After his training, Kris and his wife, Dr. Emily Danielson Keeton (also a dentist, who grew up in Shelburne..

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Real Patient Experiences

Outstanding dental practice

  • "Our family has been patients at Willard Street Family Dental for several years. Everyone at this practice strives to offer the highest possible care and all are very friendly. My child loves going to see the hygienist and the dentist. They have always tried to accommodate our schedule whenever possible."

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