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Dr. Golia focuses on cosmetic, restorative dentistry and prosthetics, but tailors services to your individual comprehensive dental health. When complex needs exist, he is able to gather and lead a team of specialists to outline necessary treatment and effectively orchestrate treatment for your benefit.


Dr. Golia was the Section Chief of Restorative Dentistry, Department of Dentistry at Yale-New Haven Hospital from 2000 to 2020. As a hospital-trained dentist, his knowledge of medicine merges seamlessly with treatment of medically compromised patients and patients with complex medical issues and trauma.


Dr. Golia received a B.A. degree in Biology from Lafayette College in 1976. He received his DDS from Georgetown University School of Dentistry in 1980. In 1981, Dr. Golia completed a General Practice Residency at Hartford Hospital. Dr. Golia is an alumnus of the L.D. Pankey Institute, having taken continuous post-graduate studies there from 1989 until 2008.


When it comes to dental care, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Your regular dental check-ups and cleanings are the best way to ensure long-term oral health and a beautiful smile. We understand that a lot of our patients feel nervous about going to the dentist, particularly if it has been a few years since your last visit. Our friendly team will put you at ease and make sure you're comfortable during your visit. Golia Dental's family dentistry practice offers the following services:


Do you feel self-conscious when you smile? Our goal is for you to leave our office feeling confident and we offer a variety of cosmetic dental services to do just that. At our initial consultation, we will take photographs of you and provide you with a virtual aesthetic mock up so you can see what kind of results to expect. We'll listen to your concerns and offer our expert opinion--together, we'll make sure you have the smile makeover you've always wanted. Some of our cosmetic dentistry options include:


Researching restorative dental practices can be stressful. You worry about the cost, the discomfort involved, and whether after all that work, you'll get the results you want. Think of Golia Dental as your partner in the process. Dr. Golia is a hospital-trained dentist who specializes in restorative dentistry, so you can rest assured that you're in good hands. When extensive restorative dental care is necessary, our billing department is happy to discuss financial arrangements with you. Our restorative dental services include:


A hospital-trained dentist has the medical knowledge that's crucial in dealing with complex cases like mouth reconstruction and TMJ. Dr. Golia is the Section Chief of Restorative Dentistry at Yale-New Haven Hospital; when a patient presents with complex dental needs, he can assemble a team of specialists to come up with a treatment plan. Golia Dental's advanced dental services include:


When it comes to dental care, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Your regular dental check-ups and cleanings are the best way to ensure long-term oral health and a beautiful smile. We understand that a lot of our patients feel nervous about going to the dentist, particularly if it has been a few years since your last visit. Our friendly dental team in Hamden, CT will put you at ease and make sure you're comfortable during your visit. Golia Dental's family dentistry practice offers the following services:


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Born and raised in Oakland County, Michigan, Christina has spent over a decade practicing as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her graduate training in Applied Behavior Analysis from Western Michigan University, an institution that is world-renowned for its contributions to behavioral psychology, particularly for research and the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders.


Christina practiced in a variety of large clinical settings and leadership roles until 2014, when she became inspired to fulfill her lifelong dream of building therapy centers that provide the highest level of care to its clients.


Gateway is a partner of the Western Michigan University Graduate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis, serving as a practicum site for the supervision, development, and training of students in their pursuit of becoming Board Certified Behavior Analysts. WMU is noted for having one of the finest ABA programs in the country, and we are pleased to host several future BCBAs from WMU.


We are also proud to be a Founding Member of the Michigan Behavior Analysis Provider (MiBAP) Association, which is committed to promoting access to the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA) through advocacy, education, and quality practices.


The Gateway Control Protocol (Megaco, H.248) is an implementation of the media gateway control protocol architecture for providing telecommunication services across a converged internetwork consisting of the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN) and modern packet networks, such as the Internet. H.248 is the designation of the recommendations developed by the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) and Megaco is a contraction of media gateway control protocol used by the earliest specifications by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). The standard published in March 2013 by ITU-T is entitled H.248.1: Gateway control protocol: Version 3.[1]


Megaco/H.248 follows the guidelines published in RFC 2805 in April 2000, entitled Media Gateway Control Protocol Architecture and Requirements. The protocol performs the same functions as the Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP), is however a formal standard while MGCP has only informational status. Using different syntax and symbolic representation, the two protocols are not directly interoperable. They are both complementary to H.323 and the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) protocols.[2][3]


H.248 was the result of collaboration of the MEGACO working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Study Group 16. The IETF originally published the standard as RFC 3015, which was superseded by RFC 3525. The term Megaco is the IETF designation. Megaco combines concepts from MGCP and the Media Device Control Protocol (MDCP).[4] MGCP originated from a combination of the Simple Gateway Control Protocol (SGCP) with the Internet Protocol Device Control (IPDC).[5]


After the ITU took responsibility of the protocol maintenance, the IETF reclassified its publications as historic in RFC 5125. The ITU has published three versions of H.248,[1] the most recent in September 2005. H.248 encompasses not only the base protocol specification in H.248.1, but many extensions defined throughout the H.248 sub-series.


H.248/Megaco due to its master-slave nature does not describe the establishment of calls across domains or across media gateway controllers. H.248/Megaco is used for communication downward, to the media gateways and does not constitute a complete system. The architecture requires other protocols for communication between multiple MGCs. 041b061a72


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