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We Salute Our Veterans

Monday, November 12, 2012

Manalapan Dentist, Dr. James Courey, Prosthodontist, proudly served in the United States Navy for 20 years!   The team of Specialized Dentistry of New Jersey Salutes all our nations brave veterans who served and serve in the USA, on foreign soil, in the air, and on the ocean, by wearing Red, White, and Blue. It is because of their sacrifices and the sacrifices of their families that we are free!  Below is a poem that sums it up perfectly.&nb...Read More

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NJ Top Dentist Presents to Seattle Study Club

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Recently, NJ Top Dentist, Prosthdontist, Dr. James Courey was invited to host a presentation to Seattle Study Club's Hygienist Study Club in Red Bank NJ.  He covered topics such as dental education, diagnosis, and advocating for patient"s dental health needs.Dr. Courey was able to offer New Jersey's finest dental hygienists the unique perspective of a specialist and the valuable role hygienists play in providing the best dental care available. Ongoing dental hygiene and routine de...Read More

Dental Implants help people in Manalapan, NJ

Monday, November 5, 2012

In today's world, crowns and bridges made on dental implants should look and feel like your own teeth. Dental implants are a routine part of modern dentistry – no longer considered "experimental" or even "new." They have revolutionized dentistry, and now they are tried and true.Studies have found that the success rate for today's dental implants is as high as 98 percent, with no or little discernible bone loss when managed by a dental specialist like East Brunswick dentist, Dr. James Courey. In ...Read More

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Does your smile make you happy?

Monday, November 5, 2012

Does your smile make you happy? When you peer into the bathroom mirror, are you satisfied with what you see? If you're like most people, there"s probably something about the look of your teeth that"s keeping you from feeling your best. It may be a slight stain, some crooked or overlapping teeth, swollen gums, a gap, maybe a couple of chips or rough edges, or perhaps a feeling that some of your teeth are out of proportion with the rest of your mouth. Even a small imperfection can detract from an ...Read More

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