Dr. James T Aris DMD, Dentist
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Dr. James T Aris DMD

Dentist

5/5(1)
436 DANBURY RD WILTON CT, 06897
Rating

5/5

About

Dr. Aris, an established dentist, serves patients at his private practice, Wilton Center Family Dentistry, located in Wilton, Connecticut. Committed to excellence in dentistry, he and his professional team are dedicated to creating a partnership with every patient they treat to help them achieve and maintain their optimal dental health. “Patients come first. That’s what drives us to seek out world-class educators to bring back world-class dental knowledge for the benefit of our patients” he expressed.

Dr. Aris is recognized as a Leading Physician of the World and Top General and Cosmetic Dentist by the International Association of Dentsits.  Recently, Dr. Aris was named a 2016 Top Dentist in Connecticut Magazine's survey of Connecticut dentists.  

Education and Training

University of Pennsylvania

Doctorate of Medical Dentistry

Provider Details

Male English 35 years of experience

Areas of expertise and specialization

Awards

  • Master of the Academy of General Dentistry   
  • Top General & Cosmetic Dentist Wilton recognized by the International Association of Dentists   
  • Leading Physicians of the World   
  • New York Top Doc   
  • TriBeta National Biological Honor Society   
  • Scholar of The Dawson Academy   
  • Past President of the Greater Norwalk Dental Society   
  • 2016 Top Dentists in Connecticut Magazine   

Professional Memberships

  • American Dental Association  
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry  
  • Connecticut State Dental Society  
  • Greater Norwalk Dental Society (Past President)  
  • Spears Study Club  
  • The Dawson Academy (Scholar)  

Treatments

  • Dr. Aris provides implants, root canals, crowns, bridges, dentures, periodontal services including scaling, root planing and bone grafting, bonded fillings, extractions, cosmetic dentistry, whitening, complete oral rehabilitations including occlussal rehabilitation and professional cleanings and exams.

Fellowships

  • Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry

Professional Society Memberships

  • Penn Club of New York, American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, CT State Dental Society, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a Dawson Dentist, and past President of the Greater Norwalk Dental Society

Articles and Publications

  • Wilton Bulletin Dental Update

What do you attribute your success to?

  • At Wilton Center Family Dentistry, we truly care about each and every patient achieving their optimal dental health We have an outstanding team with a strong belief in life-long learning. We are meticulous in our detail to quality, and continually push boundaries and research new technologies to move forward for the benefit of our patients and the betterment of dentistry.

Areas of research

  • In 2014, the Dawson Academy, one of the leading international organizations for post-graduate dental education, announced that Dr. Aris achieved Scholar of the Dawson Academy. The Dawson Academy is where dentists come to gain a better understanding of not only teeth, but also the muscles and systems that control them. The Academy focuses on the essential principles and skills for complete care with a primary concentration in dental occlusion, the temporomandibular joints and comprehensive esthetic restorative dentistry.

    Dr. Aris is also involved in CAD/CAM technology and digital impressioning, designing and fabricating metal-free inlays, onlays, crowns and veneers in a day.

    A believer in life-long learning, Dr. Aris completed NYU Linhart Continuing Dental Education\'s Advanced Full-Mouth Reconstruction yerlong course in 2015.

Philanthropic Initiatives

  • Dr. Aris and the Wilton Center Family Dentistry team were proud to volunteer their professional services and expertise in Planscan CAD/CAM technology at this year\'s Connecticut Mission of Mercy. The 9th Annual 2-day dental clinic provided free dental care for more than 1,700 patients in need on a first-come, first-served basis. Planscan makes a digital impression of the preparation and proximal teeth to create an interactive 3D image. The image is sent through wired or wireless connections to the Milling Center to fabricate the restoration on-site.

    Dr. Aris is a member of the Wilton Kiwanis Club and also supports Smile Train.

Teaching and speaking

  • A believer in life-long learning, Dr. Aris launched the Wilton Dental Study Group 20 years ago.  Dr. Aris regularly speaks in the community regarding the importance of dental health. Recently, he spoke to the local AARP group of 50 members on the importance of dental health to your overall health, and recognizing and treating periodontal disease.  He will be speaking at the upcoming Greater NY Dental Meeting on Pediatric Dentistry for the General Dentist.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Sailing, Skiing, Family Time, and spending time with our two pugs

Favorite professional publications

  • JADA Journal of the American Dental Association, Compendium, DentalTown

Areas of research

In 2014, the Dawson Academy, one of the leading international organizations for post-graduate dental education, announced that Dr. Aris achieved Scholar of the Dawson Academy.  The Dawson Academy is where dentists come to gain a better understanding of not only teeth, but also the muscles and systems that control them.  The Academy focuses on the essential principles and skills for complete care with a primary concentration in dental occlusion, the temporomandibular joints and comprehensive esthetic restorative dentistry.

Dr. Aris is also involved in CAD/CAM technology and digital impressioning, designing and fabricating metal-free inlays, onlays, crowns and veneers in a day.

A believer in life-long learning, Dr. Aris completed NYU Linhart Continuing Dental Education's Advanced Full-Mouth Reconstruction yerlong course in 2015.  

 

Dr. James T Aris DMD's Practice location

436 DANBURY RD -
WILTON, CT 06897
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Fax: 203-762-2590

Dr. JAMES ARIS, DMD

67 Old Ridgefield Rd -
Wilton, CT 06897
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http://www.arisjamesdmdpc.com

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    Excellent doctor and staff. We are always confident that we are in good hands.

Media Releases

Get to know Dentist Dr. James T. Aris, who serves patients in Wilton, Connecticut. 

Dr. Aris, an established dentist, serves patients at his private practice, Wilton Center Family Dentistry, located in Wilton, Connecticut. Committed to excellence in dentistry, he and his professional team are dedicated to creating a partnership with every patient they treat to help them achieve and maintain their optimal dental health. “Patients come first. That’s what drives us to seek out world-class educators to bring back world-class dental knowledge for the benefit of our patients” he expressed.

Meticulous in his dedication to quality, Dr. Aris continually pushes boundaries and researches new technologies for the benefit of patients and the betterment of dentistry. His state-of-the-art CAD/CAM 3-D system allows him to create crowns, inlays, onlays, and veneers on-site in just one day. Wilton Center Family Dentistry also uses A-dec hospital-grade sterilization, the latest Dexis digital x-rays, and will be introducing a Zeiss microscope.

A graduate of The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Aris served as President of the Endodontics Club and member of the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society at the said establishment. Since finishing dental school, he has logged over 1,500 hours of continuing education, including completing NYU Linhart Continuing Dental Education’s Advanced Full-Mouth Reconstruction yearlong course. 

A believer in life-long learning, his extraordinary commitment to education allows him to perform sophisticated procedures, including full-mouth reconstructions, root canals, implants, and bone grafts. He is among the top one percent of general dentists in the country who have earned a Mastership from the Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD).

Among his professional affiliations, Dr. Aris is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the Connecticut State Dental Society, the Greater Norwalk Dental Society (Past President), the Spears Study Club, and The Dawson Academy (Scholar). 

His research interests include his enrollment with the Dawson Academy, as well as his involvement in E4D technology and digital impressioning, designing and fabricating metal-free onlays, inlays, crowns, and veneers within a day. He also continually researches implant technology, including the CAMLOG Implant System.

In addition to having published articles in the Wilton Bulletin Dental Update, Dr. Aris is regularly found speaking in the community on the importance of dental health, including recognizing and treating periodontal disease. 

Among his philanthropic initiatives, he has volunteered his expertise as a CAD/CAM dentist at the Connecticut Mission of Mercy. “I’m inspired on a daily basis by the patients I’m fortunate to serve.” He is also a member of the Wilton Kiwanis Club and a supporter of Smile Train.

Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy. 

In recognition of his outstanding performance in the field of general and cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Aris has been included into the Leading Physicians of the World, a premier publication of the International Association of HealthCare Professionals (IAHCP). He has also been recognized as a Top General and Cosmetic Dentist Wilton by the International Association of Dentists.

Outside of practicing dentistry, he enjoys sailing, skiing, and spending time with his family and two pugs. His favorite professional publications are The Journal of the American Dental Association, Compendium, and Dentaltown.

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Keep right at the fork onto Center Street 437 ft
Turn right onto Ridgefield Road (CT 33) 664 ft
Turn right onto Danbury Road (US 7) 1.1 mi
Keep right at the fork onto Danbury Road (US 7) 1.5 mi
Continue straight onto Main Avenue (US 7) 3002 ft
Turn right onto Grist Mill Road (US 7) 874 ft
Continue left onto US 7 3.3 mi
Keep right at the fork 1825 ft
Merge left onto Connecticut Turnpike (I 95) 5.8 mi
Take the ramp on the right towards US 1 1352 ft
Turn right onto East Main Street (US 1) 5182 ft
Keep right at the fork onto Broad Street 3641 ft
Continue straight onto West Broad Street 1869 ft
Turn left 316 ft
Make a sharp right 229 ft
You have arrived at your destination, straight ahead

ST VINCENT'S MEDICAL CENTERl

2800 MAIN ST BRIDGEPORT CT 6606

Head east on Old Ridgefield Road 475 ft
Continue right onto Old Ridgefield Road 1232 ft
Keep right at the fork onto Center Street 437 ft
Turn right onto Ridgefield Road (CT 33) 664 ft
Turn right onto Danbury Road (US 7) 1.1 mi
Keep left at the fork onto Danbury Road (US 7) 711 ft
Continue straight onto Westport Road (CT 33) 2.6 mi
Turn left onto Sunny Lane 658 ft
Take the ramp on the left towards New Haven 570 ft
Merge left onto Merritt Parkway (CT 15) 9.5 mi
Take the ramp on the right 1137 ft
Turn right onto Main Street 2.4 mi
Turn left onto Hawley Avenue 288 ft
Turn left 256 ft
You have arrived at your destination, on the right

NORWALK HOSPITAL ASSOCIATIONl

24 STEVENS STREET NORWALK CT 6856

Head east on Old Ridgefield Road 475 ft
Continue right onto Old Ridgefield Road 1232 ft
Keep right at the fork onto Center Street 437 ft
Turn right onto Ridgefield Road (CT 33) 664 ft
Turn right onto Danbury Road (US 7) 1.1 mi
Keep right at the fork onto Danbury Road (US 7) 1.5 mi
Continue straight onto Main Avenue (US 7) 3002 ft
Turn right onto Grist Mill Road (US 7) 874 ft
Continue left onto US 7 2.6 mi
Take the ramp on the right 1043 ft
Keep left at the fork 186 ft
Turn left onto Van Buren Avenue (US 1) 1915 ft
Turn right onto Maple Street 98 ft
Turn left onto Stevens Street 315 ft
Make a sharp right 145 ft
You have arrived at your destination