At Dr. Gary Horblitt’s Fairfield, CT office, we offer complete prosthodontics, dental prostheses, and implant-supported restorations. We meet the clinical and custom esthetic requirements of our patients, often going beyond their expectations for service, custom dental appliances, and treatments.

While going to school for general dentistry, prosthodontics, and implant technology, Dr. Horblitt made his living by creating dentures. His patients have nick named him a denture craftsman. Over the years he has worked with many of the elite in the field of dental technology. He has studied with the best from around the world in high level esthetic crown and bridge ceramics. That acquired skill in dental ceramics has served him well in his prosthodontic practice. He has an on-site laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment, including porcelain ovens, denture curing units, milling machines, and a complete inventory of composite Resin Denture teeth. This has ensured him providing his patients with truly customized on site care.

At the prosthodontic practice of Dr. Horblitt, we believe in a multidisciplinary approach to dental treatment. Dr. Horblitt creates a blueprint for success. He oversees all aspects of needed treatments, including surgical, periodontic, and endodontic. He always gives his patients a fair evaluation, based on his almost thirty years of experience. He believes that the final choice for treatments belongs to the patient.

New Patient Information

At our Fairfield, CT general dentistry and prosthodontic office, Dr. Horblitt and his expert staff of dental professionals offer excellent service and personalized care.


Implant-Supported Restorations

At the restorative dentistry practice of Dr. Gary Horblitt patients can renew their smiles with implant supported


General Dentistry

At the general dentistry and prosthetics practice of Dr. Gary Horblitt, we take care of all your general needs. ur general dentistry services include oral hygiene


Crown and Bridge

Why is it important to fill in a smile gap with a crown or bridge? The spaces left by missing teeth can cause other teeth to shift, or even loosen, and result in a


Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Full-Mouth Reconstructions Give Patients Whole New Smiles. If you’ve experienced trauma, disease, severe decay, broken


Dentures and Partials

If you’re missing most, or all, of your teeth, then you’ll benefit from dentures and partials. Dentures usually refer to a full replacement of teeth in the upper and/or


Composite & Amalgam

Composite and amalgam restorations replace missing tooth structure. If your teeth have experienced severe


Maxillofacial Prosthetics

Dr. Gary Horblitt is a maxillofacial prosthodontist, which means he has the expertise to treat patients with severe health problemsin the head and neck