Our entire dental team is dedicated to providing you and your family with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. We would love to have the opportunity for our family of dental specialists care for your family’s dental needs. We truly believe that, all that is good begins with a smile... so smile like you mean it!

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Part of our commitment to serving our patients includes providing information that helps them to make more informed decisions about dental treatments and their oral healthcare needs. This website is a resource which provides useful and interesting information about our practice and the care that we provide to our patients.

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87 South Main Street, Suite 5 • Newtown, CT 06470
t. (203) 426-5260 • f. (203) 426-6308

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Learn Who We Are


    Dr. Giovanni Cono is a general dentist who focuses on implant and cosmetic dentistry.  He learned the basics of dental technology from the Institute for Dental Technology Ovidio in Monza, Italy where he graduated as a dental technician.  In May of 2000, he received his Doctorate in Dental Surgery from Howard University in Washington, DC and he is a fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry.  Dr. Cono attends continuing education courses in the United States as well as in Europe.  He belongs to the Academy of General Dentistry, The Connecticut State Dental Association, the Danbury Dental Society, and the American Dental Association.  Dr. Cono works with the best specialists in the area to reach the optimum results for his patients.  His commitment to excellent results is further evidenced by the fact that he performs smile designing with Da Vinci Dental Lab, the laboratory used by the TV show “Extreme Makeover”.


    Roxanne is a very well experienced dental assistant.  She worked in the field for the past 20 years. She joined us in 2020 and we hope to have her with us for many years to come.  Welcome Roxanne!  


    Jess is a native of Connecticut.  She has been an essential member of the Brookview Dental team since 2012.  She graduated from Fones School of Dental Hygiene in Bridgeport, CT in 2010 and continues to stay active taking continuing education classes each year.  Jess's experience, paired with her attending continuing education courses, gives her the ability to effortlessly provide her patients the proper oral hygiene education.  In her free time Jess loves cooking and spending time with her husband, her daughter Stella, and their dog Lucy.


    Dinora joined us in the middle of the pandemic of 2019.  When vaccines were not around and working in the dental field posed a major health risk, she applied for the job and was not afraid to embrace the profession.  She graduated from Goodwin College of Dental Hygiene in East Hartford, CT in 2019.  She takes continuing education classes, and her first concern is patient care.  She spends her free time with her partner and their two kids.  


    Kathi has been with the Brookview Dental team since 2018.  She has achieved many different goals during her career.  She brought her 20 years of experience to our office.  Her extensive experience with dental insurance made our patient's experience with billing an easy one.  In her free time, Kathi love to travel with her family.  


    Tara joined the Brookview Dental family in 2019 and she has been an asset to our practice.  Her cheery disposition brings a smile to our patients.  She will take care of all your scheduling needs.  In her free time, Tara likes to travel and bake.  SHE IS FAMOUS FOR HER BROWNIES!   

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