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Top Dentists

Whether you need a routine cleaning or specialized care, this list of 147 dental practitioners can help you find the right practice for you.

Dental Mirror by istockphoto.com/© Adam Radosavljevic

Finding the right dentist can be a difficult decision, whether one needs a routine cleaning or more specialized care. Who better to ask for a recommendation than the dentists themselves?  So we turned to topDentists™, a data research firm that compiles credential information about dental professionals around the country, to help us find the leading practitioners in our area.

To compile this list, the company surveyed dentists in Fairfield County who are listed with the American Dental Association. Each one was asked, “If you had a patient in need of a dentist, which dentist would you refer them to?”

All dentists and specialists were asked to evaluate peers, taking into careful consideration years of experience, professional background, continuing education, patient manner, use of new techniques and physical results.

Those surveyed could nominate dentists deemed worthy of consideration and were asked to set aside personal or political bias and base decisions only on knowledge of a colleague’s work. Final selections are made after careful vetting of credentials with state dental boards.
“Of course, there are many fine dentists who are not included in this representative list,” says managing partner Mark Barkley, of topDentists™. “It is intended as a sampling of the great body of talent in the field of dentistry in the United States.

“A dentist’s inclusion on our list is based on the subjective judgments of fellow dentists. While it is true that the lists may at times disproportionately reward visibility or popularity, we remain confident that our polling methodology largely corrects for any biases and that these lists continue to represent the most reliable, accurate and useful list of dentists available anywhere.”

Meet 147 top dentists—in eight specialties—in Fairfield County. 

Barbara J. Devine

General Dentistry

Here’s how Dr. Barbara Devine describes the general approach to dentistry when she was a kid growing up in Queens, New York: “Drill, fill and bill.”

“It was a fifteen-minute appointment—you’d go in, you’d have a simple filling done and that would be it,” she recalls from her general practice Devine Dentistry in downtown Greenwich. “You were in and out very quickly and it was mostly about filling cavities and filling them the quickest way possible.”

In 1950, she says, an average sixty-year-old had about seven of his or her own teeth left. Today the figure is at least twenty, an improvement that owes itself, in part, to regular removal of harmful bacteria through brushing and flossing.

Equally harmful as dental plaque, Devine says, is bruxism, the habitual grinding of teeth and clenching of the jaw that undermines joints, muscles, soft tissues and bones.

Addressing those bite pressures by creating molds and putting these on a jaw movement simulator or “articulator” forms a large part of the “comprehensive care” approach that Devine says marks a dramatic difference from intimidating dentistry of her youth. “I look at everything I can possibly evaluate about a case,” the Riverside resident says. “I’m not going to just sort of see twenty-five patients a day and do a little filling here and there.”

Though the field has seen great advances, Devine says, it still relies on patient assessment, problem identification and a discussion of treatment options. It’s a professional code that Devine has developed through decades of formal and continuing education.

Always oriented toward science, she earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from Queens College, then spent one year doing cancer research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. Devine, who yearned to do more clinical work and pursue a field that would allow her to work with her hands, then entered the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Dental Medicine in Philadelphia, graduating in just three years, in 1975.

After one year at a hospital-based general practice, Devine began a residency program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. She and her husband eventually relocated to Greenwich, where she has been practicing since 1977. Devine, a mother of three (including one dentist) also has served as an instructor at the University of Connecticut and as a visiting faculty member at The Pankey Institute, a Key Biscayne, Florida-based professional group.

Devine says that what she loves most about her profession is making people feel less afraid. “I believe that they can trust me to do exactly what they need and that they’re going to be better when I’m done, and that I’m not going to do anything that they don’t absolutely need,” she says.   

Philip F. Pacelli

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
New Canaan

In sixteen years of practicing oral surgery, Dr. Philip Pacelli says he’s learned that in addition to sound technical skill and good bedside manner, there’s a third, equally important trait that his specialty requires: availability.

The physician works not only by appointment—removing wisdom teeth, replacing dental implants and performing corrective jaw surgeries—but is on call for emergencies at Greenwich Hospital or for a town resident calling.

“And they call at all hours, not just nine to five,” Pacelli says from his operatory at New Canaan Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. “Trauma injuries occur usually in the evening. It could be a motor vehicle accident. It could be fisticuffs. It could be a kid that falls off of a skateboard and knocks out two front teeth that have to be reimplanted immediately.”

In all cases, Pacelli says his job is to reduce a patient’s discomfort, a rewarding task that has been helped by recent technological advancements, especially in stem cells.

When a tooth is removed because of root failure, gum disease, a fracture or a cancer-related surgery, Pacelli explains, the jawbone typically is left thin, making it difficult to replace the tooth with a dental implant.

In the past, he says, oral surgeons would buffer the jaw by harvesting bone somewhere else in the body and transplanting it, a debilitating process that can increase a patient’s risk of infection and pain. Just three years ago, oral surgeons were given approval to use a recently identified protein—used by neurosurgeons starting in 2002 for spinal procedures and by orthopedic surgeons in 2004 for open tibia fractures—that summons stem cells to a chosen area, in this case to a jawbone, and causes it to grow. “You have quicker recuperation, less risk of infection, less time in the operating room, and it’s a technique that requires fewer surgeons, so there is less cost,” says Pacelli, a town resident.

The rapidly developing technology, Pacelli says, is part of what’s stimulating about a profession that requires him always to be a student. Growing up in Trumbull, he was encouraged to pursue higher education by his father, who ran a family bakery in Bridgeport. Pacelli earned a biology degree from the University of Connecticut and then attended UConn’s School of Dental Medicine. He completed his oral surgery training at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, earned his medical school degree from Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia and then completed his general surgery internship at the Hospital of Saint Raphael in New Haven. He worked in Greenwich for four years and came to New Canaan in 1997.

The education has served Pacelli well, he says, especially as aging baby boomers who require oral surgery are presenting with chronic medical conditions. “It’s very handy to have the knowledge and background in critical-care training,” Pacelli says. “It’s also beneficial to have the surgical training.

David A. Romeo

Westport and Norwalk

Developments in techniques, materials and appliances often help orthodontists correct their patients’ bites more quickly, Dr. David Romeo says. Tools such as heat-activated wires make patients more physically comfortable, while newer ceramic brackets have aesthetic value over traditional braces.

Yet the biology of moving the dentition hasn’t changed, says Romeo, an orthodontist for thirty-five years. “People’s bones change the same way they always did,” Romeo says from his office at Westwalk Orthodontic Group. “They respond to forces the same and cellular response is the same.”

His offices in Westport and Norwalk reflect how technology in the field has evolved to help orthodontists tackle the same problems. Romeo sits opposite a flat-screen monitor, wireless mouse in hand, clicking through a diagnostic software program where digital images of all his patients’ mouths are stored and studied. Sitting in rows on wooden shelves on either side of the screen are plaster models, tools that are going out of fashion in orthodontics that Romeo uses to help develop treatment plans, explain a diagnosis and course-correct along the way.

The use of the tools in this room is a process Romeo views as extraordinarily important, whether his patients are presenting with simpler aesthetic problems that may not involve the dentition’s functionality, or have more serious facial anomalies that may require a combination of orthodontics and dental surgery.

In all cases, Romeo is called on to apply what’s described as “the art and science of orthodontics,” combining the science that underlies the movement of the teeth with decisions about how to address changes in ways that are aesthetically pleasing.

He’s been involved in orthodontics his entire life. The son of a general dentist-turned-orthodontist who practiced out of the family’s Westport home, Romeo grew up helping his father with lab work. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Connecticut, attended the UConn School of Dental Medicine and finished his orthodontic residency at the UConn Health Center in Farmington. He taught at UConn for three years and then went into private practice in 1975. Romeo, a Norwalk resident, and his younger brother Gary, also a dentist, now run their practice jointly.

Romeo says his patients primarily are children and adolescents, and that his reward as an orthodontist is tracking the improvements, physically and emotionally, in a child who had a significant dental problem that hurt his or her self-image. “There’s no one that can compensate you for that feeling,” says Romeo, a father of two. “And when a parent tells you how pleased their child is with the way their smile looks, it’s very gratifying.”   

Allen J. Rosenthal


Dr. Allen Rosenthal remembers how a fellow, more seasoned Stamford dentist counseled him nearly thirty years ago, when Rosenthal—fresh out of dental school—regretted working one weekend to perform a sorely needed root canal for a patient.

“He said, ‘Al, just remember, there’s only one person that’s less happy about being in your office on Saturday and that’s your patient,’ ” Rosenthal recalls, from his downtown practice Advanced Endodontics and Microsurgery of Stamford.

That kind of sympathy remains an essential piece of the endodontist’s code, Rosenthal says, though improvements in technology, tools and techniques have made root canal a much more predictable science as well as a faster and less traumatic experience for patients. “In some ways, root canal hasn’t changed at all, but in most ways it’s an entirely different treatment now than it was even fifteen years ago,” Rosenthal says.

Endodontists used to take X-rays at every step before, during and after a root canal, a time-consuming and inefficient practice that required dentists to extrapolate and adjust—often several times and mid-procedure—the length of their instruments relative to the length of the tooth. Today they use digital radiography, which produces images immediately, and relies on increasingly sophisticated electric “apex locators.” These more accurately measure the length of the problem root, and do so in real time.

The endodontist’s tools also have improved. Electric drills and tools, rather than air-driven ones, can sense torque, thereby reducing the threat of breaking instruments during a procedure.

Rosenthal is thankful not only as an endodontist but also as someone who’s undergone seven root canals himself. “It was a wayward youth,” he explains with a smile.

Born to a hard-working father from Poland and mother from Slovakia, Rosenthal grew up in Forest Hills, New York, under the clear expectation that he would enter medicine or law. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Queens College, and graduated with honors from the School of Dental Medicine at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1978. He then completed two years of specialized training at the university in endodontics. “I found that root canal came easily to me and the beauty of it was I didn’t have to listen to the drill all day,” he says.

Developments in endodontics continue to stimulate Rosenthal intellectually, and the field’s precision still appeals to his goal-oriented personality. “When I see a patient, I immediately have a picture in my mind of what I want to do,” he says. “Getting rid of the pain. That’s goal number one. Goal number two is I want to see how close I can get to my mental image. And I still get a kick out of that after all these years.”

Steven Rothenberg


Since joining his dentistry practice in 1982, Dr. Steven Rothenberg has seen prosthodontics—a restorative specialty that includes crowns, bridges, implants, cosmetic dentistry and dentures—grow increasingly important.

It’s true that with wide use of fluoride, sealants and improved habits and diets, fewer young people are coming to the family practice of Braun & Rothenberg with cavities, he says. But older patients are becoming cavity-prone again. “A lot of patients are living longer and keeping their teeth, but they’re getting very dry mouths from aging and also from a lot of medications, which contribute to dry mouth,” Rothenberg says. “When you have a dry mouth, you don’t have the saliva to buffer the acids, so you’re more prone to getting cavities.”

In the past, people who lost their teeth because of tooth decay, gum disease, congenital illness or root-canal failure typically turned to dentures. But today, Rothenberg says, with new techniques in bone regeneration and materials, especially implants, prosthodontic treatment plans offer patients more options.

More durable than dentures or bridges, implants have benefitted from technological advances in “osseointegration,” where a dental implant root becomes anchored directly into a jaw bone. With new surfaces or implants and bone regeneration techniques, more patients are candidates for the surgeries, Rothenberg says, and with tooth-colored posts and all-ceramic crowns, aesthetics have improved.

Rothenberg, a Weston resident, grew up in Westbury, New York, and recalls that a positive experience with his own orthodontist likely helped steer him toward his profession. “We had a nice relationship, we talked about dentistry,” Rothenberg recalls. “I hung around his office and he used to let me do some things. I just had a general interest. My mother remembers that I was thirteen or fourteen years old and I said I wanted to be a dentist.”

He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from the State University of New York at Albany in 1974, and was introduced to prosthodontics as a student at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Dental Medicine, from which he graduated in 1978. Rothenberg completed one year of general practice residency at Flushing Hospital Medical Center in Queens, New York, then completed a three-year prosthodontic fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering.

“Everybody loves to have a nice smile, so this work is very rewarding,” he says. “I really feel I can make a big difference by rebuilding somebody’s bite, by giving them the ability to chew and improving aesthetics.”   



Brian Amoroso
259 Stillson Road
Fairfield, CT 06825-3213

Philip Joseph Bauer
Levin & Bauer PC / Brian P. Kardon PC
125 Strawberry Hill Avenue, Suite 301
Stamford, CT 06902-2536

Alan H. Brugg
18 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830-5347

Alexandra Byrne
1275 Post Road, Suite 217
Fairfield, CT 06824-6024

Anjanette Wolfe Gjertsen
Microendodontics of Southern Connecticut
10 Berkeley Street, Suite 4
Norwalk, CT 06850-3915

Agnes Herceg
Endodontics and Microsurgery of Stamford
44 Strawberry Hill Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902-2632

David Honig
111 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851-5014

Thomas W. Manders
Fairfield Endodontics
999 Summer Street, Suite 301
Stamford, CT 06905-5513

Dennis L. Pipher
Endodontic Associates of Norwalk
120 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851-5703

Allen J. Rosenthal
Endodontics and Microsurgery of Stamford
44 Strawberry Hill Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902-2632

Irene Wong
Fairfield Endodontics
999 Summer Street, Suite 301
Stamford, CT 06905-5513

General Dentistry

Edward Lewis Alpert
Darien Center for Comprehensive Dentistry
36 Old Kings Highway S., Suite 105
Darien, CT 06820-4523

Cynthia Bartolone
2150 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06825-3239

Steven H. Brandler
890 Ethan Allen Highway
Ridgefield, CT 06877-2825

Thomas John Calnon
153 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851-5711

Gregory S. C. Chann
400 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT 06897-2005

Elke W. Cheung
Elke Cheung Family and Cosmetic Dentistry
43 North Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851-3816

Barbara J. Devine
Devine Dental LLC
Dearfield Medical Building
4 Dearfield Drive
Greenwich, CT 06831-5351

Evelina Dragneva
Dental Care of Stamford
1500 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06905-5132

Brian Spencer Duchan
Westport Dental Associates
22 Imperial Avenue
Westport, CT 06880-4301

Mark Lee Einzig
90 Grove Street, Suite 208
Ridgefield, CT 06877-4130

Adam Jonathan Freeman
Westport Dental Associates
22 Imperial Avenue
Westport, CT 06880-4301

Stephanie J. Hotchkiss
18 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830-5347

Anthony Ilardo
Greenwich Dental Care
235 Glenville Road
Greenwich, CT 06831-4148

Matthew J. Iwinski
45 Pine Street, Suite 1A
New Canaan, CT 06840

Moon S. Lee
2397 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06825-3229

Joseph Miceli
Middlesex Dental Group
106 Noroton Avenue
Darien, CT 06820-5237

William C. Nash
2157 Mill Plain Road
Fairfield, CT 06430

Thomas M. Ohlson
999 Summer Street
Suite 400
Stamford, CT 06905-5546

Harold Orlow
555 Newfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06905-3330

Michael J. Pizzo
42 Danbury Road
Ridgefield, CT 06877

Donald A. Pogoda
8 West End Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT 06870-1619

David Rosh
1450 Washington Boulevard,
Suite 105
Stamford, CT 06902-2451

Keith L. Rudolph
Keith Rudolph DDS
140 Sherman Street
Fairfield, CT 06824-5849

John J. Schinto III
Schinto Dental
2001 West Main Street,
Suite 110
Stamford, CT 06902-4501

W. Gregory Schwab
Dental Care of Stamford
1500 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06905-5132

Brad E. Shwidock
999 Summer Street, Suite 306
Stamford, CT 06905-5513

Neil Joseph Schwimer
30 Prospect Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877-4562

Jerry M. Simon
Dental Care of Stamford
1500 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06905-5132

David R. Stebbins
148 East Avenue, Suite 3J
Norwalk, CT 06851-5721

David Thibault
15 Commerce Road, Floor 2
Stamford, CT 06902-4553

Mark A. Waldman
Darien Dental Associates
110 Post Road
Darien, CT 06820-2931

David Jonathan Wohl
The Center for Aesthetic
and Comprehensive Dentistry
111 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-6668

David A. Zadik
18 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830-5347

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Robert A. Aslanian
The Center for Oral and
Implant Surgery of Greenwich, LLC
49 Lake Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830-4501

Walter Bloes
1171 East Putnam Avenue, Suite 1D
Riverside, CT 06878-1426

Todd E. Bloom
Fairfield Oral Surgery
1305 Post Road, Suite 303
Fairfield, CT 06824-6016

Steven M. Brody
Greenwich/Rye Ridge Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery
23 Maple Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830-5620

Donald Joseph Case
27 Bridge Street
Stamford, CT 06905-4501

Paul Ciuci
One Golden Hill Street
Milford, CT 06460-4630

Brian E. Fitzgerald
Oral Surgery Associates, LLC
1305 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-6016

Kevin Sean McLaughlin
Norwalk OMS
148 East Avenue,
Suite 2F
Norwalk, CT 06851-5726

Philip F. Pacelli
166 Cherry Street, Suite A
New Canaan, CT 06840-4828

Alan R. Rissolo
Oral Surgeons Associates, PC
10 Mott Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850-3320

Joseph F. Wallace III
Greenwich/Rye Ridge Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery
23 Maple Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830-5620

Thomas B. Wilson
Greenwich/Rye Ridge Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates
23 Maple Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830-5620

Robert M. Yudell
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Center of Stamford
23 Hoyt Street
Stamford, CT 06905-5604


Figen A. Baydur
Fairfield - Monroe Orthodontics
1817 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06825-3546

Joel J. Beaman
Fairfield-Monroe Orthodontics
1817 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06825-3546

Cass D. Burrell
Kids First
1478 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-5938

Austin William Feeney
45 Pine Street
New Canaan, CT 06840-5409

Robert Sanford Fields
125 Strawberry Hill Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902-2536

Robert Gallois
125 Strawberry Hill Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902-2536

John G. Gisondi
52 Beach Road, Suite 206
Fairfield, CT 06824-6017

Robert B. Goldman
Goldman Orthodontics
1200 High Ridge Road
Stamford, CT 06905-1223

Scott Kesselman
Riverside Orthodontics
1171 East Putnam Avenue, Suite 2
Riverside, CT 06878-1426

Blaine J. Langberg
17 Danbury Road
Ridgefield, CT 06877-4027

Allan S. Phillips
Phillips & Lambert
379 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT 06897

Albert James Repicci
141 Milbank Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830-6616

David A. Romeo
Westwalk Orthodontic Group
1460 Post Road East
Westport, CT 06880-5500

Gary Romeo
Westwalk Orthodontic Group
1460 Post Road East
Westport, CT 06880-5500

Rosemary Ryan
4 Dearfield Drive, Suite 204
Greenwich, CT 06831-5351

Steven L. Scher
Steven l. Scher DDS, PC
24 Imperial Avenue
Westport, CT 06880-4301

Monica Ajay Teredesai
Smile Art Orthodontics
126 Old Ridgefield Road
Wilton, CT 06897-3017

Pediatric Dentistry

Jennifer Danielle Epstein
Kids First
1478 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-5938

Gery Habansky
Kids First
1478 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-5938

Sue Hwang
Dental Care Kids
1500 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06905

Gregory S. Mokotoff
Kids First
1478 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-5938

Michael Steven Wolfman
149 East Avenue
Suite 21
Norwalk, CT 06851-5709

Anastasia Zarakiotis
Greenwich Pediatric Dental Group
42 Sherwood Place
Greenwich, CT 06830-5638


Edwin Roy Cook
1817 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06825-3546

Bruce Keith Davidson
273 Post Road West,
Suite 1
Westport, CT 06880

Lawrence A. DeLibero
17 1/2 Elm Street
New Canaan, CT 06840-5502

Stuart R. Epstein
4 Dearfield Drive
Greenwich, CT 06831-5351

Robert Charles Fazio
10 Mott Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850-3320

David Sanford Gottlieb
10 Mott Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850-3320

Terence Stewart Jackson
Periodontic and Implant Dentistry Center
47 Oak Street
Stamford, CT 06905-5316

Randall H. Neichin
Dental Care of Stamford
1500 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06905

Cary A. Shapoff
Fairfield Periodontics
71 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-6001

Michael Kevin Sonick
Fairfield County Implants and Periodontics
1047 Old Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824-5906

Eman J. Traynor
56 Lafayette Place, Suite D
Greenwich, CT 06830-5452


Jack Degrado
Stamford Dental Group, LLC
47 Oak Street,
Second Floor
Stamford, CT 06905-5320

Stanley Philip Freeman
Westport Dental Associates
22 Imperial Avenue
Westport, CT 06880-4301

Gary Horblitt
2226 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06825-3240

Alexandra Raut
Stamford Dental Group, LLC
47 Oak Street
Stamford, CT 06905-5316

Benedict M. Rich
6 Eversley Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851-5817

Steven Rothenberg
24 Old Kings Highway South, Suite 1
Darien, CT 06820-4537



Andrea Gentile-Fiori
Advanced Endodontics of CT
95 Armory Road, Suite 2
Stratford, CT 06614-1735

Joel Chasen
Advanced Endodontics of CT
95 Armory Road,
Suite 2
Stratford, CT 06614-1735

Kenneth S. Chasen
Advanced Endodontics of CT
95 Armory Road, Suite 2
Stratford, CT 06614-1753
John F. Gell
375 Bridgeport Avenue
Shelton, CT 06484-3844

Philip Ralph Mascia
2 Old New Milford Road,
Suite 3E
Brookfield, CT 06804-2426

General Dentistry

Donald Annicelle
4699 Main Street, Suite 200
Bridgeport, CT 06606-1830

Robert Axelrod
105 Technology Drive,
Suite 2B
Trumbull, CT 06611-6348

Jeffrey A. Babushkin
Complete Preventative Dentistry
888 White Plains Road
Trumbull, CT 06611-4552

Janette A. Black
Complete Preventative Dentistry
888 White Plains Road, Suite 102
Trumbull, CT 06611-4552

Jenny Cha
380 Boston Post Road
Orange, CT 06477-3543

Carl F. DeLucia
3100 Main Street
Bridgeport, CT 06606-4219

Yolani P. Edirisinghe
53 Cherry Street
Milford, CT 06460-3473

Valentina C. Gage
2945 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614-4978

Kemi Amos Gerfen
Soams Dental Care
8 Mill Plain Road
Danbury, CT 06811-5141

Alan Goldberg
Goldberg & Marcus Dental Associates
1825 Barnum Avenue, Suite 303
Stratford, CT 06614-5333

Kristy Gretzula
Hawley Lane Dental
475 Hawley Lane
Stratford, CT 06614

Allen Hindin
289 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810-6934

Joseph Jarmon
Lighthouse Dental Care
88 Ryders Lane
Stratford, CT 06614-1666

Ellen Lynn Karandisecky
A Winning Smile
4697 Main Street
Bridgeport, CT 06606-1869

Gemma G. Kwolek
Brush & Floss Dental Center
4949 North Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614-1613

David B. Maletzky
53 North Street
Danbury, CT 06810-5634

Andrew M. Marcus
Goldberg & Marcus Dental Associates
1825 Barnum Avenue,
Suite 303
Stratford, CT 06614-5333

Robert G. Martire
4161 Madison Avenue
Trumbull, CT 06611-3533

Wayne Michalka
4699 Main Street
Suite 200
Bridgeport, CT 06606-1830

Joseph William Oleynik
74 Wooster Street
Shelton, CT 06484-6055

Kenneth Frank Oleynik
74 Wooster Street
Shelton, CT 06484-6055

Gary S. Rappaport
380 Boston Post Road
Orange, CT 06477-3543

Frank J. Romano
2240 Madison Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06606-3239

Gary Rothrock
7365 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614-1300

James S. Tagliarini
Quality Dental of Danbury
53 North Street, Suite 1
Danbury, CT 06810-5637

Kevin A. Taylor
2595 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604-1359

David R. Wiemer
9 Cots Street,
Suite 2A
Shelton, CT 06484-3866

Johna Zitnay
Brush & Floss Dental Center
4949 North Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614-1613

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Abed Alkhatib
Oral Surgery Associates
4747 Main Street
Bridgeport, CT 06606-1804

Salvatore J. Florio
Facial Surgery Center
115 Technology Drive,
Suite B-101
Trumbull, CT 06611-6338

Jeffrey C. Hoos
Brush & Floss Dental Center
4949 North Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614-1613

Marshall Derek Kurtz
Danbury OMS Associates
85 North Street
Danbury, CT 06810-5635

Kenneth Ross Wachs
Dental Associates
36 Padanaram Road
Danbury, CT 06811-4824

Paul Leeroy Wineland
OMS of Milford and Derby
676 New Haven Avenue
Derby, CT 06418-2500


Curtis H. Beck
143 Mount Pleasant Road
Newtown, CT 06470-1438

David H. Cowin
52 North Street
Danbury, CT 06810-5620

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    Daniel Nault- Musical Performer Acoustic Singer  Table104  203-388-8898

  • Family Fun at Advent Worskhop


    Join in the fun at the Round Hill Community Church’s annual Advent Workshop on Sunday, November 29 at 4pm.  Families and friends gather at the...

  • Swimming Activities At The JCC


    Swim School at the J Mondays, Wednesdays or Sundays, September 9 – December 23, 2015 Grades K – 5. Where young children get a...

  • Sunday Explorers


    Sundays, November 1 - 29, Noon - 4 pm Our popular Sunday drop-in program returns for November. Join us for crafts, hikes, and animal meet & greets...

  • Retired Men’s Club


    Mondays, Oct 12 – Dec. 28, 10am – 1pm Do you enjoy stimulating discussions about politics or finance, or just getting together and sharing the...

  • Sara Walker Nursery School registration is in full swing!


    Community. Caring. Respect. The JCC Sara Walker Nursery School offers preschool programs for children ages 2 to 4 and pre-K, with flexible...

  • Blood Pressure Screening


    1st Tuesday of the month, Nov. 3, Dec. 1  9:45 – 11:15 am No appointment necessary. Conducted by a registered nurse. Compliments of...

  • #RaisingTodaysKids- Lecture by Josh Levs


    Lectures for parents and educators of children birth-10 years, focusing on the issues encountered while raising children in today’s world. Join...

  • Terrific Tots!


    Wednesdays, Nov. 11 – Dec. 16, 9 am – 12 pm 15 – 22 months. Introduce your toddler to his or her first “drop-off” class experience....



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  • Wonderful Ones


    Thursdays, Nov 12 – Dec. 17, 9:15 – 10:15 am 1 – 2 years. Join us for this Mommy/Daddy and Me Class led by Sandi Waldstreicher, JCC Sara...

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    Fridays, Sept. 11 – Dec. 18 (no class on Nov. 27), 9 – 10:30am Neshama Yoga is a fusion of Kundalini Yoga and Jewish spirituality....

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    Fridays, Oct. 2, Nov. 6, Dec. 4, 9:15 – 9:45 am Birth – 2 years (with parent). Come celebrate Shabbat with Sandi Waldstreicher,...

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