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Has anyone used any of these Periodontists?

Glazebnik, Sergei 142 Palisade Ave Ste 200
Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 798-5551

Chang, Kuang-Min 846 Bergen Ave
Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 946-1000


Hamidi, Babak 80 Warren St
New York, NY 10007 (212) 346-0893 Periodontics 2.3 miles map

Mudgil, Vanita 81-83 Franklin St
New York, NY 10013 (212) 274-8338 Periodontics 2.4 miles map

Ziar, Jeffrey P 254 Canal St Rm 4008
New York, NY 10013 (212) 966-8431 Periodontics 2.6 miles map

Tahawi, Eman H 225 Broadway Ste 105
New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-9500 Periodontics 2.6 miles map

Tiger, Jonathan R 225 Broadway Ste 105
New York, NY 10007 (212) 374-9500 Periodontics 2.6 miles map

Even-Hen, Neer 150 Broadway Rm 1310
New York, NY 10038 (212) 587-0202 Periodontics 2.7 miles

Liang, Lixian 198 Canal St Ste 402
New York, NY 10013 (212) 941-6382 Periodontics 2.8 miles m

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Oh I was just going to post if anyone has used the dentist on Montgomery and greene. I think it's called Montgomery/Greene Dentists or something like that?


I just met the dentist(s) here yesterday. I walked in out of curiosity. What a great office. Everything is up to date, very modern, VERY CLEAN, and the dentist seem very nice and knowledgeable. Fantastic addition to the area. I am going to give them a try beacuse it is closer to home. I'll let you know in 6 months.

Also, keep in mind that dentist ( dental offices) set their fees by zipcodes plus or minus a few dollars unless they are medicare providers. Also keep in mind that you get what you pay for. What i mean by that is, Sterilization, up to date materials ( if a dentist trys to put a silver filling in your mouth RUN), and if your having any type of crown or prosthetic work done make sure they dont use a cheap lab in china. That crown may only cost you 800.00 but guess what your gonna spend another 1200.00 in 5 years to get it right.
i would rather have it done right the first time, be sure that they sterilize their equipment, and trust the person that's in my mouth.



JCNight,

I'm thinking about changing my general dentist, as well.
What was your experience with montgomery/greene. Also, do you know anything about Dr Cheng at 99 montgomery?

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Yes. Dr. Michael Toffler
116 Central PArk South
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212-581-4646

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Need a periodontist; any recommendations? (NJ or NYC)

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I use Dr. Colucci.

I think he's great.

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Imahog: Tell me more about this "cleaning machine" of which you speak. I am absolutely **terrified** of those pointy metal things that my dentist office usually uses to clean teeth. I would welcome a much lower stress alternative.

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I have had 7 crowns from Dr. Grillo and bonding and fillings too. Needless to say I think he is the greatest. The thing that is nice about him is he is very very steady with his hands. I think this is terribly important in a dentist. His partner Colucci is doing an implant for me. I lost a tooth following a crack and infection that just got away from me and they both opened up the office and saw me right away to clean it out. I was referred to Vecchione who is a young NYU trained periodontist near Journal Square. His office is extremely clean, professional and terrific for someone afraid of pain. They did the graft and the implant post. Their cleanings are fantastic because they have the most amazing cleaning machine. Grillo and Colucci are on Kennedy Blvd near Montgomery St in the St. Peters area-- not far from the Hague Building.

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John Rosa
40 Newport Pkwy # P1
Telephone - (201) 626-3366

Since i have been going to him i dont mind going to the dentist. I didn’t absolutely dread it before but now it actually is a decent experience for me...

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PAIN-FREE, Whoo-Hee!

I totally recommend the Dental Associates at Christ Hospital, 142 Palisade Avenue (201.798.5551). Good luck!

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Dr. Anthony Grillo on Kennedy Blvd. (near St. Peters College) and his partner is Dr. Collucci who is also very good. I have had bonding done on my teeth by Dr. Grillo and his prices are very reasonable. I think he's only there 2 days a week

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Dr John Colucci, Kennedy Blvd right by Montgomery St.

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I am looking for a good dentist since I have a gap in my front two teeth and need to either get braces or some kind of cosmetic procedure. Can anyone recommend a good dentist that I can go to since I am paying out of pocket and want to go someone who actually knows what their doing.

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I like Dr. John Rosa in the Newport Area, across from Modell's Sports. Does not try to upsell you with additional services and his hygienists are gentle during the cleanings.

40 Newport Pkwy # P1, (201) 626-3366

You have to walk through the parking lot to get to the office.

He has great reviews on Kannekt

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Oh I was just going to post if anyone has used the dentist on Montgomery and greene. I think it's called Montgomery/Greene Dentists or something like that?


I just met the dentist(s) here yesterday. I walked in out of curiosity. What a great office. Everything is up to date, very modern, VERY CLEAN, and the dentist seem very nice and knowledgeable. Fantastic addition to the area. I am going to give them a try beacuse it is closer to home. I'll let you know in 6 months.

Also, keep in mind that dentist ( dental offices) set their fees by zipcodes plus or minus a few dollars unless they are medicare providers. Also keep in mind that you get what you pay for. What i mean by that is, Sterilization, up to date materials ( if a dentist trys to put a silver filling in your mouth RUN), and if your having any type of crown or prosthetic work done make sure they dont use a cheap lab in china. That crown may only cost you 800.00 but guess what your gonna spend another 1200.00 in 5 years to get it right.
i would rather have it done right the first time, be sure that they sterilize their equipment, and trust the person that's in my mouth.

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Dr. Lombardi is not downtown, but he's in JC and he's an excellent orthodontist-one of the best in North Jersey. I went to him as a young adult. He's on Kennedy Blvd, about a 15 minute walk from Journal Square.

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Anyone have a good orthodontist recommendation in downtown JC for braces or possibly Invisalign?

Thanks!

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Dr Paul Lustiger...201-200-0500
101 Hudson...I think he's great


+1 on Lustinger. Excellent job and in my experience, has you in and out of the office fairly quickly. His staff is quite good as well.

His office is super convenient to exchange place path. He's literally 2 stories above the newly opened Cosi, right by the light rail.

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Oh I was just going to post if anyone has used the dentist on Montgomery and greene. I think it's called Montgomery/Greene Dentists or something like that?

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Dr. Cheng at 99 Montgomery St. is very good. It is very easy to get to from Grove or Ex. Pl. PATH or the Light Rail.

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Does anyone have recommendations for a good dentist in Jersey City or (if outside JC) near the stops of the PATH/Light Rail? We are new here and need to do some dental work. Grateful for your sharing info!

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I took the many recommendations for Dr. Lustiger and went for my first visit yesterday. The staff was very nice, as was Dr. Lustiger The computerized x-rays are cool. He will be redoing a filling I had done previously, because it was not sculpted correctly around the tooth, and I trust him because I could see it in the x-ray. haha. Anyways, this was a useful thread, and I feel much better about my new dentist.

On a side note, the floor the office is located at, at 1 exchange place is creepy. It seems as though that office is the only one left in the building other than the 1st floor lobbey. I felt like I was walking through a fun house.

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I concur....

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I dont have a recommendation but can tell you where you should not go... Newport Center Dental in the mall is the absolute worst. If you go in for a 11 am appt you are lucky if they see you by 12:30.

Then they just tell you that they are backed up or running late. Apparently they have dentists that show up whenever they want despite the appts they have scheduled.

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Dr Paul Lustiger...201-200-0500
101 Hudson...I think he's great

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Sharon Stern, DDS
She is on Washington and 7th.
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201-659-8800
she does invisalign and all dentistry

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Does anyone have good experience with a dentist in or near Jersey City? I'm also interested in invisalign. Anyone have a good experience with anyone local?

Having a bad dentist is my worst nighmare.

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IF YOU DONT HAVE DENTAL INSURANCE...

There are 2 places to go in Jersey City I have found that go on a pay scale and are really affordable.

Horizon Health: 201 963 5774
(usually the wait for an appointment is a few weeks but they do the following services: cleaning/xrays/fillings/caps)

North Hudson Corp: 201 210 0200
(these guys book appointments a couple days after you call and they do cleaning/xrays/fillings/root canal)

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Also, it's the horrible CIGNA DHMO, which apparently no one seems to take...

Anyone know anything about these practices, which do happen to be on my provider's list?

Pourang Bral (he got two good reviews on RateMD.com)

Davis Saltzberg & Wenger

Argh....thanks all!

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Thanks all who contributed to the thread. I am in open enrollment and about to move to Jersey City from Brooklyn and my current Manhattan dentist is out network and out of favor.

I see a lot of recommendations for Dr. Lustiger who is looking like my next dentist.

Again, thanks!

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I still love Dr Nancy Hanna in Journal Square. They are really friendly, and will talk about costs with you if that's a concern. They also don't give you a hard time if it has been a while since you visited a dentist, which is nice.
I don't have dental insurance either, so I got this dental discount plan, which gets you like 40% off most things. I think exams are free, and cleanings are pretty cheap. The one that Dr Hanna takes is Northeast Southeast.

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