Dental Implants

Making you smile is the name of our game. We do this by providing dental implants designed to fit your specific needs and situation, performed by one of the most highly trained implant dentists in Connecticut.Read More

All-on-4 Teeth in a Day

Would you like for your smile to go from broken to beautiful in just one day? Consider All-on-4 implants from the Single Visit Implant Center!Read More

Implant-Retained Dentures

Get greater security for your denture with implant-supported dentures! This solution improves the function and fit of your dentures, and you don’t have to worry about embarrassing slips anymore!Read More

CEREC CAD/CAM and Cone Beam CT Technology

At Stamford Dental Group, we feel that an investment in technology is an investment in our patients. We’ve made it a priority to stay current on the most recent dental advancements, integrating the right tools into our practice. This enables us to provide a more comfortable patient experience and more reliable, precise, and effective outcomes.


We understand the inconvenience patients face with a traditional crown, and because your time is as valuable as your smile, we now use a revolutionary tool that mills a permanent crown in 15 minutes called CEREC. After taking a 3D image of your tooth, our CEREC machine can mill a strong, beautiful restoration in about an hour. We'll permanently place the crown during your single visit, and you'll leave our office with a full, healthy smile.

Cone Beam CT Technology

As an advanced type of digital radiography, cone beam technology provides the dentist with a three-dimensional, digital image of structures beneath the surface of the teeth and gums. This unprecedented view includes teeth roots, internal canals, and bone structure. CBCT (Cone-Beam Computed Tomography) scans are similar in detail to traditional medical CTs, but taken in a fraction of the time. Since the scan takes only seconds, your radiation exposure will be drastically reduced.

CBCT scans can be used to plan root canal or orthodontic treatment, place implants more precisely, pinpoint TMJ disorders, and much more. Since you'll have access to the cone beam technology in our office, you won't need a referral to a radiology lab. Your scans, diagnosis, and treatment will be conveniently centralized on site. When we see the detailed 3D renderings of your teeth and jaw, treatment can be more targeted and, thus, more effective.