I love helping others achieve their goals of a brighter, healthier smile. As the saying goes, “If you love what you do, you never work a day in your life.” This certainly holds true for me. I enjoy the opportunity to meet so many unique people, and the friendships that I've built with my patients and their families mean a lot to me. It's my goal as your dentist to make you smile!
Education and Continuing Education
In order to become a dentist, I attended West Virginia University where I graduated with a Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1995. In 1998, I completed a three-year dental residency with the United States Air Force. I was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service upon completion of my residency.
Continuing education is an important part of what I do as a dentist. I constantly update my knowledge and training in order to provide the greatest care possible for my patients. We invest a lot of time and money into the latest technology to bring our patients the best possible care available on the shoreline.
- American Dental Association
- Connecticut State Dental Association
- Shoreline Dental Society
Outside the Office
A native of Pittsburgh, PA, I moved to Madison, CT, in 1999. I have two beautiful daughters, Courtney and Madison, and an adorable French bulldog named Buddy. When I'm away from the practice you can usually find me at home spending time with my wonderful family. I also enjoy fishing, boating, all types of music, and woodworking. As a volunteer wrestling coach at Daniel Hand High School in Madison, I enjoy helping the athletes set and attain competitive goals as well as meeting and maintaining many great friendships.