Meet Dr. Cass Burrell

Dr. Cass Burrell (aka "Dr. Cass") attributes his interest in orthodontics to being the son of a dentist. A lifelong learner, Dr. Burrell is committed to providing the latest, most innovative treatment available to his patients. Dr. Cass received his B.S. from Brigham Young University, his dental degree (with honors) from the University of Pittsburgh, and his orthodontic certificate from Boston University. He strongly believes in the importance of continuing his education and has developed skills in adult orthodontics, surgical-orthodontic treatment, early childhood orthopedics, Invisalign® and tooth colored braces.

While born in Maryland, Dr. Cass actually grew up in Tacoma, Washington, which made him an avid fan of the Seattle Seahawks. On the East Coast, Dr. Cass is a diehard fan of the Boston Red Sox—a risky move living in the tristate area. His love for sports stems from a lifelong interest in athletics, having played many himself. From football to wrestling, Dr. Cass has an aptitude and passion not only for the orthodontic profession, but for all things active and outdoors. His hobbies include fishing, camping & archery, much of which can be attributed to his youth as an Eagle Scout. He has proudly served as a Boy Scout Scoutmaster, teaching new generations the joys of the outdoors.

Dr. Cass' passion also extends to music, as he is a great lover of karaoke, and even owns his own professional karaoke system! His love of music comes from his mother's influence, and also contributed to his interest in playing both the saxophone and guitar. In addition to his many interests, Dr. Cass enjoys quality time with his family. His wife Amy and their four children are very involved with their church and devote much of their time to serving in various capacities, from teaching children to leading youth groups.

Dr. Cass is thrilled to meet you at our Danbury Location. He is committed to providing high end, quality treatment to his patients, and applies a deep passion toward providing the best care possible at all times.