Dentist Serving the Jersey City Area

642 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07306-2380 • (201) 484-7759

Sherein B

I been to a lot of dental professionals (a lot, at least 20) but Dr. V by far exceeds them all. He is the best dentist I ever encountered. He is extremely knowledgeable,  gentle, attentive, a perfectionist, patience, and very honest. Dr. V really educates you  on your dental care…

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Christian M.

As a healthcare professional I am very particular when it comes to choosing my doctors. So when I needed Clear Correct braces it took me several months to decide on a dentist.  After doing my due diligence, and with strong recommendations from a co-worker I finally decided to visit Dr.

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Chris P

GREAT SERVICE, affordable out of pocket rates and friendly staff. Dr. V is excellent and professional. The equipment is all state of the art too. AV Dental all the way! ~Chris P., Jersey City, NJ  (from Yelp.com)…

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Mandy B

I’ve been living in Jersey City for the past 5 years and tried out different dentists and I was never satisfied.  The other day I went to AV dental on a friend’s recommendation and I think I found the one!  The office is spotless, the staff are friendly and Dr.

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Magui Rivas

I loved the staff and the doctor. From the door, the reception area is very clean and the front girls are simply lovely ~ Magui Rivas…

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Why Brushing Alone Doesn’t Prevent Cavities

From Dentaltown.comBy Brent Cornelius from Brent Cornelius Dentistry If you brush your teeth twice a day religiously with fluoride toothpaste, good for you! You’re taking an important step toward preventing cavities and tooth decay. But while brushing your teeth every day is important, doing so isn’t going to prevent…

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New DDS Video Urges Dentists to VolunteerPosted: November 18, 2015

Edited by Dentaltown staff DENVER—Dental Lifeline Network, a national dental nonprofit organization reached a significant achievement in September, exceeding $300 million in dental services donated to people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile and have no other access to dental care. Through its flagship Donated Dental Services…

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Lucy Hobbs Project Seeks to Recognize Leaders in Dentistry

From Dental Town Nominations underway; 4th annual celebration June 2-3, in Dallas, Texas, will honor women who inspire change from the laboratory to the operatory. PITTSTON, Penn.—Revolutionary. Pioneer. Changemaker. Terms that define Dr. Lucy Hobbs, the first American woman to earn a degree in dentistry, also describe the modern women…

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