Dr. Carroll has been proudly practicing in Glastonbury since 2001. His expertise and high level of care have led to multiple dentists becoming his patients. In fact, he was voted by his peers to be one of Connecticut Magazine’s Top Dentists in 2020! He loves that his profession allows him to get to know so many people on a deep level, making it even more enjoyable when he’s able to help someone achieve a beautiful smile or overcome a long-standing issue. Before you visit him, you can learn a little more about Dr. Carroll below.
Dr. Carroll was basically made to be a dentist. He always wanted to help people, and starting in college, his interests began to shift toward the sciences. He liked working with his hands as well—one of his favorite hobbies was building model cars. All of these factors made a career in dentistry sound like a great fit, and once he started studying, he was pleasantly surprised by all of the exciting technology he would get to use.
After earning his bachelor’s degree at Villanova University, Dr. Carroll graduated from the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2000 and completed his General Practice Residency at Hartford Hospital.
Since he began practicing, Dr. Carroll has kept up to date by taking many continuing education courses to ensure that his patients receive the most comprehensive and advanced dental care. As a member of the prestigious Spear Study Club for over 10 years, he has been able to consistently grow and refine his skills in general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Today, he is a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the Hartford Dental Society, the Connecticut State Dental Association, and the American Dental Association.
Back at home, Dr. Carroll mostly likes to relax with his wife, their daughter and two sons, as well as a “pudgy snarfling” bulldog named Daisy. Other than dentistry, his big passion is children’s sports. He loves attending his kids’ games, and he has coached boys and girls soccer, basketball, and baseball at many levels. His favorite thing to do is work with absolute beginners who know nothing about the game, and it’s always exciting watching them develop throughout a season.