When you visit our office, our dentist and team will take the time to get to know you. We go above and beyond to create a friendly, welcoming atmosphere, and we provide personal care and attention to ensure that your oral health needs are met. Our goal is to help you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile. We invite you to call or visit us today to make an appointment with Dr. Joel Singer and learn more about comprehensive dentistry in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and the surrounding areas of Bergen County. We look forward to helping you care for your smile.Meet Our Team
Cosmetic dentistry in Fort Lee, New Jersey, can give you the smile of your dreams! Call today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Singer!
We offer a broad range of services to meet your oral health needs. Contact us to learn more about general dentistry and schedule a consultation.
Our dentist provides mercury-free dentistry and amalgam removal to improve your health and smile. Give us a call today to make an appointment.
If you feel fearful or anxious when visiting the dentist, ask us about sedation dentistry. We are committed to helping you feel at ease.
What Sets Us Apart
Expertise to Make You Smile
We care not only about your oral health and smile, but about your overall health and well-being. We provide comprehensive care, including holistic dentistry, to ensure that your treatment will promote better overall health as well as a more attractive smile. You can count on us for personal care that meets your needs. Give us a call today to schedule your consultation with our experienced dentist in Fort Lee, New Jersey. We are excited to meet you!Learn More
Top 7 questions you should ask your holistic dental office
Most offices claim to be "mercury-free" because they no longer place Amalgam(silver-mercury fillings). A Mercury-Safe practice will have specfic protocols and techniques to protect you, while safely treating teeth that have mercury fillings present.
Our office is Mercury-Safe and has been for about 20 years!
Is your office Mercury-Free/ Mercury-Safe?
The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology is a global non-profit network of dentists, health professionals, and scientists who research the biocompatibility of dental products, including the risks of mercury fillings, fluoride, root canals, and jawbone osteonecrosis.
Dr. Singer is an Accredited long-term member of the IAOMT having passed both a written and oral board examination with the IAOMT credentialing committee.
Is the doctor part of the IAOMT
SMART is the Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique as described and regulation by the IAOMT. Our office has been practicing safe mercury amalgam removal as per IAOMT recommendations for 20 years, even before they began SMART certification.
Is your office smart certified?
Digital dental x-rays use up to 90% less radiation than traditional dental x-rays. We have invested in this technology for the many benefits it offers, most importantly your health and safety. Dental x-rays are used to evaluate teeth for cavities, to verify the fit of fillings and crowns, to rule out cysts and tumors and more. Digital x-rays give us immediate, high quality images that are easily stored and shared and offer benefits that greatly outweigh the minimal risk as compared to the x-rays we were taking just several years ago.
Does the office use digital X-Rays?
Yes, the materials we've chosen to use in our office are free of heavy metals, BPA-free and non-toxic. Biocompatibility testing via blood test is an option for those with unusual allergies or sensitivities.
Do you use biocompatible materials?
Ozone is "super-charged" oxygen. It is non-toxic, yet it kills pathogens (bacteria, viruses, mold...) much more effectively than bleach, and safely with no toxic by-products. It is produced in our office using specific medical grade equipment and medical oxygen. It is prepared as ozonized water, ozone gas and ozone infused oils. We use it in our office for many procedures including periodontal (gum) disease tratement, disinfecting cavities and root canal treatment, in all the water used in treatment and more.
Does the office offer ozone?
Endodontic, or root canal theory is somewhat controversial in Holistic Dentistry. When the nerve inside a tooth is damaged due to deep cavity or trauma, then, a decision has to be made whether to treat and keep the tooth, or extract the tooth. Some teeth should not be kept; some infected teeth will never heal properly, and some patients should probably not have a root canal treatment. Every patient and every situation and guidance you need to make the best decision for you. When we choose to do root canal therapy we use ozone water and gas to desinfect the tooth as well as sealing the tooth with biocompatible root canal fillers.
Does your office provide root canal treatment?
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