Dr. Vicktor Senat

Creating smiles that give his patients much-deserved self-confidence and joy is why Dr. Senat loves his profession. He loves to interact with his patients through humor and song, anything to help create a better, relaxed experience. It’s no wonder Dr. Senat has received recognition as one of NH’s Top Dentists for 5 consecutive years.

Dr. Senat lives in Bedford NH with his wife and children. Because family is his top priority, he spends most of his free time supporting their activities and enjoying anything outdoors with them. He also enjoys a good challenge completing projects around the house that are outside of his comfort zone. “If you don’t challenge yourself often, you will never know what you’re capable of.”

Education and Experience

Dr. Vicktor G. Senat was born and raised in Boston Mass. He first received an Associate degree in Physical Therapy from Newbury College and went on to receive his Bachelor degree in Biology from Central Conn State University. After a few years working in a rehabilitation hospital as a Physical Therapy Assistant, he went on to attend and graduate from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston Mass.

Dr. Senat has been practicing General Dentistry in the State of New Hampshire since 2005. After 9 ½ years in private practice in Amherst NH, Dr. Senat decided to fulfill his dream to serve and give back to the community. For a year and a half, he led a dynamic team of dental professionals with the same desire to serve, in a Federally Qualified Health Center in Nashua NH.

With a strong commitment to continuing his education and keeping up with the newest dental technologies and advancements, Dr. Senat attends courses regularly in all areas of dentistry. He is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and Spear, a national dental education organization with local study groups.

Dr. Senat served as a volunteer clinical instructor at Tufts Dental School. He has also mentored dental students from Boston University’s APEX program as well as many Dental Auxiliaries from local programs.