Stephanie Karapetian, DDS

PEDIATRIC DENTIST

Stephanie Karapetian, DDS

Dr. Stephanie Karapetian is excited to have joined the Zubi Dental Health team in January 2018. Born in Dallas, Texas and raised in Los Angeles, California, she now loves living in the Boston area and serving the Littleton community as a Pediatric Dentist.

During her time studying at New York University College of Dentistry, Dr. Stephanie was very passionate about global outreach. She traveled to different locations around the world to provide dental care to those in need, and these outreach experiences helped her discover her passion for working with children in dentistry. Having had her own positive experiences visiting the dentist as a child, she understands the importance of working individually with each child to promote a lifetime of good oral health.

During her pediatric specialty training at New York University College of Dentistry and Bellevue Hospital, Dr. Stephanie gained expertise in working with children with complex medical histories, special needs, and craniofacial anomalies. She values taking the time to explain the importance of oral health to both children and their parents, since implementing healthy habits early in life is a crucial part of having a healthy future. More recently, Dr. Stephanie has been working with NYU to create a new outreach program to Armenia, where her heritage lies, to facilitate care for the children there who have no access to dental care.

When not in the dental office, Dr. Stephanie enjoys traveling, spending time with her family and friends, cooking, reading, and trying new restaurants.

 

Education & Work Experience

  • University of Miami, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, 2011
  • New York University College of Dentistry, Honors Programs, Doctor of Dental Surgery, 2015
  • New York University College of Dentistry, Advanced Education in Pediatric Dentistry, 2017

Professional affiliations

  • American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
  • American Association of Public Health Dentistry for Dental Public Health