Daniel K. Coleman, DMD MS
Periodontist in Johnston, RI
Dr. Coleman is a graduate of the Tufts University School Dental Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts where he also completed his residency in Periodontics. During his residency Dr. Coleman was elected to serve as chief resident. Dr. Coleman also completed a Post-doctoral Master of Science for his work in developing teaching aids for the education of providers.
He is a native of Rhode Island, having attended Providence Country Day School where he participated in athletics and also served as student body president. He then attended Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut where he received a BS with honors in Neuroscience.
Dr. Coleman is a faculty member at Harvard School of Dental Medicine where he serves as a clinical instructor in the department of Periodontology. Dr. Coleman is the proud author of “Non-Surgical Control of Periodontal Diseases” a textbook used for the education of dental students. Additionally, he is currently the President of the Providence District Dental Society.
When not working, Dr. Coleman and his wife enjoy traveling, attending local farmers markets, and summer weekends with family in Portland, Maine.