Dr. Grace Branon is a native of St. Albans, Vermont. She attended the University of Vermont, where she received her double degree in Animal Science and Biological Sciences. She then moved to Boston where she received her Doctorate of Dental Medicine from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Branon is passionate about teaching people how to take care of their teeth for a lifetime. She believes that creating and caring for beautiful smiles begins early. Her goal is to offer patients high-quality care, while focusing on comfort, prevention and cosmetic dentistry, all in a comfortable and friendly setting. She enjoys helping people be happy about their smile.
Dr. Branon continues to strive for academic excellence. She keeps current with the new and latest dental technology by attendance and participation in continuing education throughout the year. She brings these new techniques and technology with confidence to her practice and patients. Dr. Branon has extensive training in laser treatments and is an alumni member of Dawson Occlusal Studies specializing in TMJ disorders and occlusion. In addition, she is a member of the American Dental Association and a member and former president of the Vermont State Dental Society.
The Dickinson & Branon team of dental care professionals focuses on improving the patient experience and providing the very best service possible. They have remained visible in their community by providing dental education to many of the local schools and wellness programs. Dr. Branon founded “Small Town Big Smiles,” an education program in local schools. She also participates in many charity and community events.
Dr. Branon resides in Fairfield with her husband and daughter. When she is not working, she enjoys running, skiing, hiking, and spending time with her friends and family.