Specialty Dentistry in Connecticut to Create Personalized Care

At the Family Dental Practice of Newington, our goal is to provide you with personalized, specialty dental care so you can have a beautiful and confident smile.

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Our Unique Philosophy to Specialty Dentistry

Our dentists and dental specialists provide a wide range of services at our dental offices in Connecticut. Our dental team is compassionate, and our main goal is to provide you with a comfortable, caring dental experience. The Southern Connecticut Dental Group team aims to create lifelong health and naturally beautiful smiles by providing dentistry services over a broad spectrum of specialty dental treatments.

Did you know:

Did you know that the American Dental Association recognizes eight different types of dental specialties? We offer many of these services, including endodontics, periodontics, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and more.

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Dental Implants in Connecticut for Natural and Confident Smiles

Dental implants are a good choice for replacing missing teeth and restoring a beautiful smile.
Dental Implants in Connecticut for Natural and Confident Smiles

Why Implants?

Dental implants are an excellent solution to:

  • Restore a confident smile
  • Improve chewing, speech, and digestion
  • Resolve bite
  • Problems caused by teeth shifting into a missing tooth space
  • Restore or enhance facial tissues
  • Support a bridge or denture, making them more secure and comfortable

What to Expect


Before you get dental implants, make sure to get a good, thorough cleaning. The process of dental implant placement requires several visits over a few months. X-rays and impressions (molds) of the jaw and teeth are taken to determine bone, gum tissue, and spacing available for an implant.


During a dental implant treatment, the doctor will numb the area, and while it is numb, the implant will be surgically placed into the bone and allowed to heal and integrate itself. A second surgery may be required to place the “post” that will hold the artificial tooth in place.

After a few weeks of healing, the artificial teeth are made and fitted to the post portion of the anchor. After a healing period, the artificial teeth are securely attached to the implant, providing excellent stability and comfort to the patient.


You will receive care instructions when your treatment is completed. Good oral hygiene, eating habits, and regular visits to our CT dental clinics will aid in extending the life of your new implant.

Your First Visit

Your first visit will consist of working with your dentist to determine the appropriate dental implant treatment plan. You will have x-rays and impressions done to find the proper placement for the implant. Be sure to ask your dentist about any questions or concerns you have during this visit.
Modern Dentistry

Modern Dentistry

You can find all the latest technology at our CT offices.
Judgment-Free Office

Judgment-Free Office

We're here to help you feel confident in your smile. We provide a safe, judge-free zone for any dental issue or concern you have.
On Your Schedule

On Your Schedule

Taking care of your dental health should fit within your schedule. We are open late and on weekends so you can get the care you need.

and Financing

Are you worried about the cost of a visit to get partial or full dentures? Don't panic. We work with over 200 dental insurance plans and offer flexible payment plans for your convenience.

No Insurance?
No Problem.

Making An Appointment Is Easy

Don't have insurance? That's not a problem with us. We offer payment plans and accept most major credit cards, personal checks, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get dental implants done in one visit?

No. Usually, implants take several visits to complete.

What technology is used for dental implant placement?
The dentist that performs the procedure should have the latest 3D digital technology, which will allow him/her to mark the nerves and ‘plan’ the implant site. This technology shows the exact location, depth, and angle of the implant prior to placing it in the mouth. An implant guide is created from the data, which is used to ‘guide’ the drill into the bone ensuring the proper angle, depth, and placement.