Welcome To Belltown Dental

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Dr. Stewart Danziger and his staff at Belltown Dental would like to welcome everyone to their East Hampton, CT dental office! Belltown proudly provides comprehensive dentistry services to patients throughout East Hampton, Marlborough, Glastonbury and other nearby Connecticut communites. We are looking forward to meeting you and becoming a trusted part of your family’s health care team.

Belltown Dental Care 

We’re here to provide a full range of dental services and help you get the care you need.

East Hampton, CT Dentist

Proudly Serving the Town of East Hampton, CT 

Residents in The Town of East Hampton, CT trust Belltown Dental because they know they will always receive personalized and Quality Dental Care. We believe every patient deserves great dental health in a calming and comfortable environment.

At Belltown Dental we never begin a medical treatment or procedure until all of your questions have been answered and you and your family feel relaxed and at ease.

What Do Our Patients Have to Say?

I do not enjoy going to the dentist, even for a cleaning!!!
But, Dr. Danziger is so gentle and such a great dentist that I have experienced No Pain and can’t say enough good things about his office staff. We continue to drive all the way from New Britain to Belltown Dental in East Hampton for his service. He’s terrific.

Karlene Archambeault

East Hampton, CT

“Belltown Dental has a wonderful atmosphere that’s built on professionalism, cleanliness and decades of experience. 
I have used Belltown Dental in East Hampton for over 20 years with no complaints. Thank You Belltown dental for the experience and comfort you deliver to your patients!”

Barooka Soft

East Hampton, CT

I’ve been a patient at Belltown Dental  for many years and I have always received excellent dental care from Dr. Stewart Danziger and his staff. If live in Connecticut and you’re looking for a dentist for the entire family I highly recommend this dental office.

Mark Jenkins

Marlborough, CT

Why Visit the Dentist?

Dental check-ups are an important part of your health.

You may think dental check-ups are all about getting your teeth cleaned. But your dentist does much more than polish your pearly whites when you visit. Regular dental visits are important because they allow your dentist to:

Detect cavities early. Your dentist examines your teeth to find cavities while they’re still minor. The earlier you catch them, the less expensive cavities are to treat.

Catch gum disease early. Many people with gum disease don’t even realize they have it.

Detect early-stage oral cancer. Your dentist can check your mouth for signs of oral cancer. This is especially important if you smoke or use tobacco.

Check your fillings. Your dentist will examine your fillings to make sure they’re secure, and find any that are defective or have decay.

Catch dry mouth or bad breath. Your dentist can catch and treat oral conditions that cause dry mouth or bad breath.

Review your oral hygiene. Your dentist and hygienist can help you build and maintain good dental hygiene habits.

Protect your overall health. Research has linked gum disease to heart disease and diabetes

Safeguard your family’s oral health. Kids need dental care, too. Tooth decay is one of the most common chronic infectious diseases among U.S. children.

Two types of dental problems

Dental problems usually fall into one of two categories: tooth decay and gum disease. Your dentist can help you fight both of these problems. Read on to learn more

Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is the destruction of the tooth’s enamel. It happens when foods containing carbohydrates (sugars and starches) are left on the teeth. Bacteria that live in the mouth thrive on these foods. They produce acids, which can destroy tooth enamel and result in tooth decay. Tooth decay can happen at any age.

Gum Disease

Gum (periodontal) disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums and bone supporting the teeth. Gingivitis is a milder form of gum disease that only affects the gums. But gingivitis can lead to a more serious, destructive form of gum disease called periodontitis.

Source:  Signa Healthcare 

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Belltown Dental
190 East High Street
East Hampton, CT 06424

Office Hours

Monday: 8am – 5pm
Tuesday: 8am – 5pm
Wednesday: Appointment Only
Thursday: 9am – 5 pm
Friday: 9am – 2pm
Saturdays: 8am – 2:00pm
*Some Saturday’s
* Please call for details