Our Doctors

Marcus Capalbo, D.M.D.

Becoming a dentist was a lifelong dream for Dr. Marcus Capalbo. Growing up in a family of dentists, he always aspired to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather, father and brothers. Dr. Marcus is the seventh dentist in his family. His father and uncle still practice in the office founded by his grandfather in Westerly, RI.

Dr. Marcus graduated from Providence College and then attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA. At Tufts, he earned a Doctorate of Medical Dentistry degree. Following dental school, Dr. Marcus attended the University of Connecticut, School of Dental Medicine where he completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency at the UConn Health Center Hospital. Dr. Marcus still continues his education, taking classes and attending seminars all over the country.

Dr. Marcus enjoys staying active and is an avid golfer and skier. His favorite way to spend free time is with his family at the beach. He is passionate about animals and enjoys cooking.

Marci Mazzuca, DMD, MS.CAGS

Dr. Marci Mazzuca’s intrigue for dentistry started while receiving orthodontic work as a child. After experiencing first-hand the importance of a smile and the gratification that came with it Dr. Mazzuca knew she wanted to do the same for others. Her journey into the dental profession began at the University of Western Ontario where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in the Honors Biology program.

Dr. Mazzuca went on to pursue and complete her dental studies at Boston University. After receiving her dental degree she completed a one-year post-doctoral program receiving a certificate in Advanced Education in General Dentistry. Intrigued with the processes of infections and healing she went on to complete a Master’s degree and specialty training in the field of Endodontics in 2012 alongside her colleague Dr. Liu.

Outside of dentistry, Dr. Mazzuca enjoys spending her time participating in a plethora of outdoor sporting activities and traveling the globe.