Kenneth Fink, DMD
Communication "The more you understand the easier it is to make the correct decision." We want all our patients to understand their dental treatment options up front. I like to explain advantages and disadvantages of each treatment so together we can create the most beautiful smile possible.
I have been practicing in a patient centered private practice since graduating Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dentistry with a D.M.D. degree in 1980. I strive to create beautiful new smiles for my patients through the use of cosmetic bonding, porcelain veneers, bleaching, invisible orthodontics, implants and crowns. I am certified in I.T.I and Branemark implant systems as well as Invisalign, invisible orthodontic system. I have restored hundreds of implants from single teeth to full arches over the last 27 years. My affiliations include the American Dental Association, the Hartford Dental Society and the American Academy Of Dental Group Practices.
We strive to provide painless, high quality dentistry in our state of the art modern facility to all our patients.
John Waterman, DDS
Dr. Waterman is your guide on your journey to optimal oral health. He grew up in West Hartford, and attended Renbrook School and The Loomis Chaffee School before going on to earn a B.S. in Biology, with minors in Chemistry and Music, at Butler University, in Indianapolis, IN. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery (the World’s first dental school), and continued his education with a one year residency in general dental practice at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, in Hartford, CT. Dr. Waterman was then fortunate enough to spend two years working for the Indian Health Service on the Navajo Nation, in Arizona. Since moving back to Connecticut in 2007, Dr. Waterman has worked in a variety of public health and private practice settings, providing comprehensive care to a diverse patient population. He is an alumnus of the National Health Service Corps.
Dr. Waterman has served as the Co-chair of the Workforce Development Workgroup of the Connecticut Coalition for Oral Health, striving to improve access to care for the people of Connecticut. His four daughters keep his wife and him busy shuttling around Connecticut from Middlefield, where they make their home. Among other things he enjoys singing and triathlon and is always looking to learn new skills both at home and work.