Meet The Doctor

Dr. McArdle graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston and has been practicing in Portsmouth since 1995.  He maintains his offices in the historic Captain Moses House on the North Mill Pond.  Specializing in reconstructive and cosmetic dentistry along with the treatment of TMJ problems,  he is committed to providing the best in patient-centered dental care.  Dr. McArdle is a co-founder of the Seacoast Esthetic Dentistry Association (SEDA) of Portsmouth.  SEDA is dedicated to providing the greater New England dental community with continuing education on the latest techniques to restore function and  enhance appearance.

Dr. McArdle has been very active in community outreach.  He helped establish Concord Hospital’s Family Health Center Dental Clinic serving disadvantaged patients in the greater Concord area.  He has also been on the advisory board of the Seacoast Dental Coalition, which coordinates care for the under-served population of Southeast New Hampshire and has been volunteering at the Families First Dental Center in Portsmouth since 2003.  Dr. McArdle is one of the few providers in the area offering services for military veterans in need.

Dr. McArdle has authored numerous procedural and care articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals both nationally and internationally.  He has served on the editorial board of the New Hampshire Dental Society’s Granite State Dentist Newsletter.  Dr. McArdle has completed all six continuum's at the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education and is a member of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics.  Additionally, he has been a guest lecturer at major national and regional dental meetings, including the yearly Yankee Dental Conference in Boston and the American Dental Association’s annual convention.

Dr. McArdle is a long-time New Hampshire resident.  When he is not taking care of patients or volunteering, he enjoys travel, spending time with friends and family, listening to rare musical recordings and collecting fine art. In fact, his mother (with eight years of post secondary education in the fine arts) has her beautiful works hanging on the walls of his practice, providing a warm and personal touch.  He and his wife Kathy reside in Hampton with Bentley McSullivan, "the wonder dog".

Dr. Barry F. McArdle, D.M.D.

Kathy and Barry

Bentley McSullivan