Bradley Daar, DDSImplant Dentistry, Dentistry
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Bradley Daar, DDS
Dr. Daar graduated from Loyola Dental School of Chicago in 1982, receiving a Doctorate of Dental Surgery. He completed the graduate program at St. Joseph College in West Hartford and obtained a Master Degree in Nutrition.
Continuing education has always been important in order to provide the newest and best treatments. Dr. Daar has taken over 100 hours of both periodontic and orthodontic continuing education. Courses in endodontics (root canal), implants, cosmetics, and other areas of Dentistry has allowed him to treat most needs of the average family.
Dr. Daar is a member of the American Dental Association, General Practice Orthodontics, Connecticut State Dental Association, World Clinical Laser Institute, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists.
Although he treats patients of all ages and dental needs, Dr. Daar realizes the importance of working with specialists, and often works closely with the best oral surgeons, periodontists (gum specialist), and anesthesiologists in the State of Connecticut.
Dr. Daar believes in giving back to the community and is very involved in the Manchester Police Athletic League (MPAL), which is a non-profit organization formed by police offers to create and cement a positive bond for the youth in our town. He also created a Manchester Family Dental Scholarship fund at Manchester Community College.
Dr. Daar understands the importance of family with two teenage step sons and a loving wife, who has a vascular disease, Fibromuscular Dysplasia. Both Dr. Daar and his wife volunteer with the FMDSA by raising money and awareness in hopes that one day through research they can find a cure.
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