Downtown Paterson, New Jersey

Smile Central Dental

Smile Central Dental

140 Market St
Paterson, NJ 07505
(973) 742-4200
Smile Central Dental, General Dentistry, Health and Beauty, Paterson, New Jersey

Visiting the dentist can be a harrowing experience for anyone, but it can be especially scary for younger children who only see shiny medical instruments and bright lights. At Smile Central Dental, they offer their patients a relaxing and calm environment with an experienced therapy dog, named Snickers, to soothe any nerves. Located in Paterson, NJ, this family dentistry office is known throughout their community for their friendly and expert staff who will always go the extra mile for their patients.


As a full-service dental office, the staff and dentists at this clinic are prepared for any situation. They have the skills and knowledge to provide their patients from basic dental care, such as teeth cleanings, fillings, and root canals, as well as more complicated procedures, like dentures, braces, and emergency dental services. They also offer partial and full mouth restoration services in the event of serious traumatic injury to the mouth or teeth. 


Specializing in pediatric dentistry and orthodontics, the dentists at this office have years of experience dealing with younger patients who may need encouragement and reassurance during their appointment. They have dental privileges at St. Joe’s Medical Center, so they are equipped to handle special needs and medically compromised children. When you bring a member of your family here, you know they will receive only the best care. 


For a dental office that your children will love, contact the team at Smile Central Dental. Call them today at (973) 742-4200 to set up an appointment or visit their website for more information on their services.

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