Meet The Doctor
Frank J. Romano, D.M.D.
Since 1993 Dr. Romano has provided all phases of general and cosmetic dentistry for adults and children. He was one of “America’s Top Dentists” In 2011, 2013 and 2014 by the Consumers Research Council of America.
Fairfield University 1984
Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Dental Medicine 1988
Danbury Hospital Department of Dental Services General Practice Residency 1989
While at Fairleigh Dickinson University, he was awarded a teaching fellowship in both endodontics and complete dentures. He completed a General Practice Residency in 1989 at Danbury Hospital in Advanced General Dentistry with special emphasis in emergency, restorative and surgical dentistry. Treating patients with special needs was another major component of his training. He now serves as a consultant for the American Dental Association’s Commission on Dental Accreditation for general practice residency programs.
Presently , Dr. Romano is Vice Chairman of the Department of Dentistry at Danbury Hospital. There he provides direct patient care and supervision of the dental residents. He teaches and lectures to the residents on various general dentistry topics, including treatment planning, practice management, emergency care and restorative dentistry. Dr. Romano is also Director of the General Dentistry Operating Room Program at Danbury Hospital, where he provides comprehensive dental care to special needs and handicapped adults and children with the assistance of the dental residents. Caring for patients with special needs has remained a passion for Dr. Romano.
Dr. Romano volunteers for http://openwidefoundation.org Open Wide founded and operates the SPEAR Dental Clinic in Peronia, Guatemala. This year , Dr. Romano completed a service trip to Peronia where he treated special needs patients in the community.. See Photos
Dr. Romano is also a forensic dentist for DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team), a federal government disaster response team, which helps identify victims of natural or other disasters.