Henry C. Rapp III., DMD, is a well-versed dentist with a private practice in Fairfield, Connecticut. He acquired his dental degree at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine in 1997 and also completed the General Residency Program at New York's Cornell St. Barnabas Hospital. Dr. Rapp is certified in Invisalign and is an active member of the Crown Council, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the Connecticut State Dental Association and the Academy of Oral Implantology.
Education and Training
DMD at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine
Board Certified in Invisalign
Dr. Henry C. Rapp III. D.M.D.'s Expert Contributions
A basic rule of thumb that I tell my patients, especially those who are in the process of whitening their smiles, "any thing that can stain a white shirt will stain your teeth." That being the axiom, it is possible that those foods, will over time, stain dentition. READ MORE
Without question, it is possible for baby teeth to have cavities. Primary dentition serves many purposes. First is function so that the child may chew food and obtain nutrition, second is maintaining space so that there will be room for the adult dentition as the child grows. These primary teeth are as susceptible to dental decay as are adult teeth. READ MORE
- General Residency Program at New York's Cornell St. Barnabas Hospital
Professional Society Memberships
- Crown Council, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, American Dental Association, Connecticut State Dental Association, Academy of Oral Implantology
Articles and Publications
- His thesis was published while attending Purchase College
What do you attribute your success to?
- Having a good moral compass, being a patient advocate.
Hobbies / Sports
- Traveling, Community Service, Church, Personal Training
Favorite professional publications
- Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Journal of the American Dental Association, Dental Town Magazine
Dr. Henry C. Rapp III. D.M.D.'s Practice location
Fairfield, Connecticut 06824Get Direction
Danbury, CT 06811Get Direction
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Patient Experience with Dr. Rapp III.
Dr Rapp and his staff are wonderful! The office runs on time, I hate waiting in doctors offices, and Dr Rapp is thorough, explains issues and is very caring and gentle! The rest of my family is so happy we found this practice!
Stacey is a wonderful hygienist. She is very knowledgable and gentle
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