In over 20 years of practice, I've had the opportunity to meet and work with so many wonderful families.
And it is said that beyond parents and teachers, it is the orthodontist that has seen a child the most during their all-important adolescent years. It is therefore my greatest responsibility to ensure that I give each patient the most positive contact possible during the process of giving them a new smile.
And it has been my greatest joy to make every smile that leaves my office connect with the positive relationship that has developed during the process of creating those smiles together. When a patient is looking at their new smile for the first time, I'm not just looking at their teeth - I'm looking at their eyes. For when a person smiles with their eyes as well as with their mouth, they are smiling from within.
My college, dental, and post-dental education have all been in Connecticut, providing me with a strong foundation of knowledge and a constant yearning to learn more about my ever-evolving profession!
By regularly participating in continuing education, I am able to stay current on the latest technology and orthodontic treatments. My patients deserve the best, and continuing education allows me to provide my patients with more options and better results. I am a member of several professional associations, that provide me with opportunities for continuing education.
A commitment to the community
I am truly blessed to live and work in such a wonderful community. I enjoy getting to know my patients and their families, and it is always such an honor to know that I have made a difference in so many of many of my patient's lives. I couldn't ask for a better job or for a better group of people to be sharing their smiles with me. I look forward to working with you.