Dr. Brian K. Sawchuk

Dr. Brian K. Sawchuk graduated from the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy and was appointed an officer in the United States Public Health Services in Fort Defiance, Arizona. After a tour of duty, he attended Georgetown University School of Dentistry and received his degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. He opened his Clinton office in 1977 and in 1984, opened an additional office in Madison.

Dr. Sawchuk has served as a member of the board of directors of the Madison Health and Human Services Commission, and Senior Citizen Commission. He is a board member of Madison Ambulance Association, a member of the First Congregational Church, where he has taught Sunday School and sings in the choir. He is a member of the Clinton Lion's Club, Chamber of Commerce, Shoreline Dental Society, American Dental Society, River Valley Dental Study Club, Peer Review Committee, United States Public Health Service Inactive Reserve, National Eagle Scout Association and sings in several choral groups. Dr. Sawchuk and his wife, Susan, a retired Madison school teacher, reside in Clinton, CT. They have three children, Kira, Taryn, and Lindsay, as well as four wonderful grandchildren and hopefully more to come.

Dr. David Sliva

Dr. David Sliva graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Connecticut in 1977. He attended the School of Dental Medicine at the UCONN Health Center in Farmington and received his degree as a Doctor of Dental Medicine. He also received the Endodontic Award for Excellence and the Alpha Omega Award for Excellence in Scholarship. In 1982 he graduated from the Long Island Jewish Hillside General Dentistry residency program. He opened his Clinton office in 1982 and in 1988 joined in practice with Dr. Brian Sawchuk. In 1996 he opened an additional office in Old Saybrook.

He is a member of the Shoreline Dental Society, American Dental Association, Clinton Lion's Club, an the Clinton Chamber of Commerce. Presently, Dr. Sliva serves as president of the Board of Directors of the Old Saybrook Ambulance Association. He and his family are longtime residents of Old Saybrook and are active participants in various local civic organizations.

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