Dr. Eric Krause is a native of Canada. He grew up in Central British Columbia and his family still resides there in the Okanagan valley. Dr. Krause was inspired by his uncle who was a dentist and he decided early on in his life that dentistry was the perfect career for him. Dr. Krause went to Vancouver to attend the University of British Columbia where he completed both his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry in 1995 and then his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in 1999.
Experience & Accreditation
Unlike the United States, residencies are not common in Canada. After graduation Dr. Krause got a job as a dental associate in a practice just outside Vancouver. He then went on to buy that practice and continued working and running that office until he met Dr. Nadeau at a dental convention. In 2005, Dr. Krause sold his practice in Canada and moved to Connecticut. His first job as a US dentist was in Waterbury, and he has been with Farmington Village Dental since 2008.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Krause has interest in and done research on dental materials.
He is a member of the following:
- Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
- CT State Dental Association
- Hartford Dental Society
Having been an athlete all his life, Dr. Krause likes to spend his spare time playing golf, basketball, or doing CrossFit. He and Dr. Monique Nadeau are happily married with twins, Angelica and Andrew, and their dog, Duchess. He also enjoys spending time with family, reading, and traveling.
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