It is a pleasure to welcome you to our practice. I have been practicing dentistry in Massachusetts since 1997, and serving the Walpole community since 2001. Having grown up in Stoughton, I know this area well and I appreciate having the opportunity to make a difference in the community that has supported me and given me so much throughout the years.
My goal as a dentist is to provide the highest quality, comfortable dentistry in an expedient manner while never compromising my patients’ safety or professional standards. I genuinely enjoy working with patients of all ages and I feel the greatest sense of accomplishment when I am able to help people relieve their dental discomfort while improving the quality of their oral health. I feel grateful for the trust that my patients place in me and I am dedicated to helping each patient achieve their individual goals for healthy, beautiful smiles over a lifetime.
- Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) – Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
- Bachelor of Arts in Biology – Bridgewater State College
- Stoughton High School graduate
Continuing education is an important part of my career as a dentist. In order to offer my patients the best care possible I participate in 80 and 100 hours of continuing education courses each year.
Staying involved in the community is important to me. I often provide dental care for the children at The Home for Little Wanderers, as well as being a sponsor of the Local League of Walpole Women Voters and a Gold Member Sponsor of the Special Olympics.
Dr. Mischley Outside of the Practice
Outside of the practice, I love spending time with my family. My wife Jennifer and I are actively involved in our local community theater groups and have performed in several shows. Jennifer and I have two great children, Warren and Greta. We enjoy doing things as a family, especially eating out at our favorite Italian restaurant! I am an avid sports fan, and I go to many Red Sox and Patriots games throughout the seasons. I also used to play adult baseball myself, until my second child was born, when I decided to give up playing to spend more time with my family.