3 Reasons to See Your Dentist Regularly

Do you go to the dentist every 6 months or twice a year as the American Dental Association recommends? If so, good for you for making your dental health a priority. If not, how long has it been since your last appointment? You are due for a cleaning and oral examination if it has been […]

Fixed Dental Implant Bridges vs. Snap on Dentures: What’s the Difference?

Are you comparing teeth replacement options? There are a few different solutions dentists can provide to replace missing or damaged teeth. Some of these options include fixed dental implant bridges and snap on dentures. Which option is best for you depends on a variety of factors.  First, it is important to understand the difference between […]

Diabetes and Gum Disease

Multiple studies have shown a direct correlation between gum disease and diabetes. There is too much evidence to be ignored. But the question is why? Why are diabetes and gum disease related? And which disease is the cause and which is the effect? Here you’ll learn the answers to these questions and more.  What is […]

Grinding Teeth Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

In dentistry, we have a special term for teeth grinding: bruxism. It’s one of those words that somehow sounds exactly like what it describes. You can practically feel your molars grind together when you say it! Bruxism may not seem like a serious issue, but it can cause a whole host of dental complications when […]

How Digital Technology Is Revolutionizing Dentistry

It’s hard to think of any aspect of our lives that hasn’t been impacted by digital technology—and that includes your visits to the dentist. At Golia Dental, we’ve implemented a number of digital technologies to improve patient experience and outcomes. Here are some of the ways digital technology has impacted the way we practice dentistry. […]

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost in New Haven County?

Of all the tooth replacement options available, a dental implant is the best one for most patients. But to get the best, you must be ready to pay a higher cost. The average dental implant usually costs somewhere between $5,000 and $6,000. This is higher than the cost of a bridge, but an implant offers […]

An Overview of the Dental Implant Process

Replacing a missing or damaged tooth with a dental implant is the best option for most people. A dental implant is a permanent, long-lasting solution that looks and functions like a natural tooth and keeps the jaw bone strong.  Are you thinking about getting a dental implant? If so, this overview of the dental implant […]

4 Signs You Have Periodontal (Gum) Disease

Do you have periodontal (gum) disease? It may be difficult to know for sure without the help of a dentist or periodontist. Periodontal disease is an infection of the gums from a buildup of bacteria on and under the gums. When diagnosed and treated early it can be easily cured, but when left untreated it […]

Office Reopening 6/1/20

We are pleased to announce that as of June 1st, Golia Dental will be reopening to all patients. Our entire team has missed seeing your smiling faces at our office and we’re eager to get back to work. While our practice was closed, Dr. Golia spent time consulting with other doctors, reading the latest research […]

Traditional vs Implant Supported Dentures

Do you need to have the majority of your teeth replaced? If your teeth are beyond restoration, you may need a full mouth replacement. In this case dentures are likely your best and most affordable option.  Dentures are a complete set of false teeth attached to a base that resembles your natural gums. How they […]


Dr. Golia and his team are dedicated to providing you with superb, personalized care and service from the time you first call, to the time we say good-bye. We are here to serve you and to acquaint ourselves with your needs, your problems, and your hesitations. We treat people, not patients; where experience meets compassion.


2319 Whitney Avenue, Suite 1C
Hamden, CT 06518

Phone: 203-248-7400

Office Hours:

Monday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Thursday: 7:00am-4:00pm