Meet Your Manchester Dentist
Dr. Michael Bronstein
Dr. Bronstein is a graduate of Temple University School of Dental Medicine. In 1990, he joined his father in private practice in Deptford Township NJ, outside of Philadelphia, where he practiced general family dentistry for the past 31 years.
Dr. Bronstein is an active member of the American Dental Association, The Academy of General Dentistry, and the Vermont State Dental Society. He participates regularly in continuing education courses in various aspects of dentistry.
Prior to moving to Manchester, Dr. Bronstein was an active member of the community in which he practiced and has core values that focus on giving back to the community. Over the years, Dr. Bronstein supported many Deptford, NJ youth sports leagues, local fundraisers, and participated in internship programs for the local high school. Prior to the Pandemic, Dr. Bronstein volunteered his time and talent as a dentist at the Cathedral Kitchen Dental Clinic in Camden, NJ. At the clinic there, he would provide dental care, free of cost for people who would otherwise not be able to receive dental treatment.
Several years ago, Dr. Bronstein, his wife, Christie, and their three children fell in love with the Green Mountains. In 2021, they decided to make Southern Vermont their permanent home, with all three kids enrolled in Manchester schools. When not caring for his patients, Dr. Bronstein enjoys being outdoors, playing disc golf, mountain biking, skiing, and hiking. In addition, he enjoys coaching his kids’ sports teams, his favorite of which is street hockey.
1990 Graduate – Temple University School of Dental Medicine (Philadelphia, PA); DMD degree.
1986 Graduate – Emory University (Atlanta, GA) Batchelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology.