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When It Comes to Your Teeth, Seek a Professional

Published Jun 07, 2019 • Last Updated 12:05 pm, June 07, 2019

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A smile has incredible power. It can change your mood or change someone else's. It can offer reassurance or be followed with laughter.

But when something causes you not to smile—maybe a cracked tooth, the need for a filling, an extraction, or when a dental emergency occurs—there is a spot in Hamden that will help you restore it.

Dr. Aaron Gross, owner of Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Connecticut, has developed a reputation of providing progressive dentistry and treating patients with the highest possible level of care. Known to most of his patients simply as Aaron, he is dedicated to maintaining an approachable manner that encourages patients to feel comfortable in his office. In recognition for his work in the community, Dr. Gross was named "Best Dentist" by the

New Haven Advocate Readers Poll and New Haven Living magazine. He has also been recognized by the state as one of Connecticut's Best Dentists and in the country as one of America's Top Dentists.

Dr. Gross is a Connecticut native raised in Orange. He graduated from Hamden Hall Country Day School in 1991 as valedictorian. He received his undergraduate education from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in 1995 and earned his dental degree at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine in 2000. Following dental school, he completed a comprehensive general practice residency at Danbury Hospital. Upon completion of his rigorous training, he entered private practice, where he remains today. Dr. Gross continues to enhance his dental education through seminars and coursework, and is an associate fellow of the World Clinical Laser Institute. He is also a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the Connecticut State Dental Association, and the New Haven Dental Association.

Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry of Connecticut believes that cosmetic dentistry involves finding the most effective and innovative solutions to repairing and restoring the appearance of cracked, broken, and otherwise damaged teeth. This means that Dr. Gross's patients can expect to achieve optimal oral health and a stronger bite, with a natural-looking smile that will endure for years with proper maintenance. By combining and customizing such options as porcelain crowns, tooth bonding, whitening, tooth reshaping, dental implants, and porcelain veneers, both health and beauty can be restored to even the most badly damaged mouth.

This story was provided by Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Connecticut, located at 1240 Whitney Avenue, Hamden. For more information, call 203-287-0666 or visit

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