WELCOME TO OUR PRACTICE

Welcome to the office of Dr. Christopher J. Magiera.
We are pleased you have made the choice to achieve your dental health goals. You'll find that we are a different kind of dental practice - totally committed to your complete dental health. Dr. Christopher Magiera is a patient-centered practitioner with a mission of excellence in promoting, providing and preserving dental health.

The first step to good oral health is prevention. Preventing dental problems is less costly and more rewarding than correcting problems once they occur. Good oral health is the result of good habits, proper nutrition, and regular professional care. We are committed to ensuring your optimal oral health.

Dr. Magiera provides quality dentistry for people of all ages. We offer a wide range of dental services including; preventive (cleanings & x-rays), cosmetic (whitening & veneers), restorative (fillings, crowns, and root canals), prosthetic (implants, dentures, and partials.) We pride ourselves on our patient-centered practice and we back it up by choosing technology and continuing education courses that ultimately make your time with us something to look forward to.

Our Mission

Exceptional restorative, esthetic and maintainable care provided in an inviting, private and state of the art environment by skilled and caring professionals with our patient's best interests at heart.

We thank you for allowing us to take care of your dental health and look forward to serving you.

Make an appointment today... we'll keep your smile healthy and beautiful!

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Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Christopher J. Magiera

    After receiving his doctorate from Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Magiera went on to complete a GPR (General Practice Residency) at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine where he held a faculty position as Associate Clinical Professor in the Advanced Clinical Dentistry Dept. Since completing his studies in 1995, he has been practicing here in Western Massachusetts. He practiced in East Longmeadow and Amherst before opening his own practice in Agawam in 2002. Originally from Rhode Island, he met his wife and settled down in East Longmeadow to raise their twins, Emily and Daniel.They also have 2 rescue dogs, Dexter and HarleyBo. When he's not doing dentistry you can find him tickling the ivories of a piano, playing hockey, cheering as a spectator at a hockey or Patriots game or using one of his many telescopes to gaze at the stars.

  • Stacy - Office Manager

    Stacy has been managing dental offices since 1988. The first 14 years of her career she worked for a prominent dentist in Longmeadow and built long lasting friendships with colleagues and patients. After marrying Chris in 2001, they soon decided to live in East Longmeadow and work together in his practice. His clinical expertise and her business experience have contributed to the success of this dental practice. She dedicates her 'free' time on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Springfield and is the Chair of their largest fundraiser The Festival of Trees. In 2004 she and Dr. Magiera were blessed with twins! Emily is a competitive gymnast.  Daniel plays football, baseball and is a wrestler with dreams of being a Navy Seal someday.

  • Karen - Financial & Scheduling Coordinator

    Karen is a wonderful asset to our dental team and has been in the dental field for over 30 years. She graduated from STCC in 1988 with her certificate in dental assisting, she now has been our financial and scheduling coordinator since 2009.   She loves running, cooking, reading and biking.

  • Tammy - Registered Dental Hygienist

    Tammy has been a hygienist since 2009 and came to ACD in December 2020. Being a hygienist gives her the opportunity to have lasting professional and personal relationships with patients and coworkers. She enjoys  helping them feel comfortable while treating their dental hygiene needs.  Her other passions are cooking and baking while spending time with her family and friends.  You may even catch her doing yoga or Crossfit or just enjoying the outdoors whenever possible. Springtime is her favorite season as she loves the green grass and spring blossoms and the freshness in the air - plus summer follows!

  • Cynthia - Dental Hygienist

    Cynthia has been in the dental field since 1999 & a hygienist with our practice since 2002, prior to that she was a dental assistant. When Cynthia is not with her 2 beautiful daughters she enjoys exercising, traveling, visiting local vineyards and spending time with her friends.

  • Brittany - Dental Hygienist

    Brittany was welcomed to our practice in March 2021.  She loves fitness and nutrition and she is a personalized nutrition coach. She is also an assistant teacher at a local dance studio. Her favorite vacation spot is anywhere with mountains and lakes.  Out of work you can find her at the gym or the dance studio.  Brittany loves the Fall season for its cool weather, warm sweaters and sitting by a fire. She is a hygienist because she loves connecting with people and keeping them healthy.

  • Jess - Dental Assistant

    Jess has been a dental assistant for a few years and we welcomed her to ACD in January 2021.  She aims to make her patients feel at ease and comfortable.  Dentistry isn't her only talent though, she is also a nail tech, and an SFX Makeup artist all rolled into one. When she's not working or pursuing her hobbies you'll find her at the beach preferably with a cocktail in hand and grilled food on the menu!  She loves to vacation in the Caribbean which isn't surprising given that her favorite season is the summer!

  • Sarah - Dental Assistant

    Sarah has been a dental assistant since 1994 and with our practice since 2005.  She is married and has 2 wonderful boys who are her heart and soul and keep her on her toes. She has a  german shepard, Max. She loves playing with her kids, hiking, water skiing and riding horses.

  • Jen - Dental Assistant

    Jen has been a certified dental assistant since 1994 and with our practice since 2016.  She has an amazing husband and together they are a blended family, with Jen's twins and his 2 boys. Her golden retriever, Tyson, is her fur baby and a huge part of their family. Outside the office she loves to cook, enjoys crossfit and running, but most importantly, spending time with her family and watching her kids at their many sporting events.

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Root Canal…I didn’t feel a thing! Thanks again Dr. Magiera! Home and Smiling…I’m a happy camper."
    Karen C.
  • "If you are in need of a dentist, this is the place to go. The work performed is excellent. The dentist is very knowledgeable and trustworthy. The staff is very personable and attentive. 5 stars all around."
    Jeff R.
  • "Very professional! We drive from RI! The best around!"
    Barbara S. via Facebook
  • "Dr. Magiera is Absolutely the best Dentist ever and the staff is so wonderful."
    Janna M. via Facebook
  • "Always satisfied with every visit . Awesome environment and they give you free coffee in the waiting area"
    Yuriy P. via Facebook

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Doctor's Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Hygiene Appt.'s Availability

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed