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Dr. Capozzi grew up the oldest of three brothers in the Canton/Akron area of northeastern Ohio.  He graduated cum laude from Allegheny College and was captain of the varsity soccer team.  He then received his dental training and graduated cum laude from The Ohio State University College of Dentistry.

 

Following dental school, he moved to New York City in order to complete a two-year residency program specializing in pediatric dentistry at Schneider’s Children’s Hospital, where he served as chief resident.  After receiving his Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Capozzi practiced for two and half years before deciding to leave the bright lights of Manhattan behind in exchange for a better quality of life in New Hampshire.  He is a Board certified Pediatric Dentist and Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

 

Despite growing up near the Football Hall of Fame, Dr. Capozzi is obsessed with the game of soccer and is an avid player.  As a result, he can often be seen walking with a slight limp.  His hometown Ohio roots have unfortunately, instilled a permanent loyalty to Cleveland professional sports teams, which over the years has brought much disappointment.  However, there is always hope for next year!

 

Dr. Capozzi and his wife Sarah, who works as a Social Worker, reside in Concord with their two children and two cats.  They enjoy being outdoors and spending time with friends and family.

 

Dr. Capozzi is a member of several local, state, and national dental organizations.  He is a past president of the New Hampshire Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and is serving on the executive boards of the Greater Concord Dental Society and the New Hampshire Oral Health Coalition.

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