Dr. Thomas Connelly

Bio

Practicing on Manhattan's Upper East Side, and with experience that spans more than 15 years and several Northeastern states, Dr. Thomas Connelly delivers world class dental aesthetics to patients from all walks of life. Counted among those who have had their smiles beautified by Dr. Connelly are runway models, executives, moms, celebrities, firefighters, police, sports stars, and people from every other conceivable profession. Indeed, he has built his reputation by inviting everyone into his practice - he's just as likely to work with a housewife or an up and coming junior executive as he is a movie or sports star (he is currently the team dentist for both the NY Islanders and the Boston Bruins of the NHL; and in fact has performed dental work on players from every NHL team, and the New York Knicks as well.)

Dr. Connelly's patients have graced the covers of more than 300 magazines internationally, including Vogue, Bazaar, Elle, and the coveted Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. He is responsible for many of the beautiful smiles that have appeared on Dancing with the Stars, The Apprentice, and the Victoria's Secret fashion show. Undoubtedly, you have seen his work. And if you think you may have seen Dr. Connelly himself somewhere, well you just may have - he is the spokesperson for luxury global retailer GoSmile, and can be seen on QVC weekly.

Accredited by the American Society of Dental Aesthetics - the most prestigious and selective credentialing organization in the world for Aesthetic Dentistry - Dr. Connelly is also a Fellow in the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics; in fact, Dr. Connelly was nominated into this academy by the Father of Cosmetic Dentistry - Dr. Irwin Smigel himself.

Dr. Connelly received his dental training at the Mayo Clinic, the University of Detroit Mercy, and Louisiana State University, and has also served as a clinical professor in two Ivy League schools - (previously at Harvard University Dental School in Boston, and currently as an assistant professor at Columbia Dental School). He is also a weekly writer for the internationally renowned Huffington Post, a regular contributor for FOX National News, and featured in numerous print and television segments on Cosmetic Dentistry and oral health.

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