441 Elizabeth Ave., Somerset, NJ 08873

Hours: Mon-Sat 7am-8pm
      (908) 333-4995

Dental Benefits 2021

Your dental benefits have been replenished!

Your benefits have reset for 2021! You have insurance company funds to spend on your dental care. Many patients get
up to $2,000 in benefits towards treatment and 2 FREE cleanings!

No insurance, No problem, we offer an adult cleaning for $99 and a child cleaning for $77.

Have you been putting off necessary dental treatment because your insurance was depleted? Now is the time to take
action before your problems become painful and more expensive. To help fit things into your budget we offer interest
free financing for up to 12 months for approved patients.

Are you due for your 6 month cleaning? We are open 6 days a week as early as 7am and as late as 8pm to fit your busy
schedule.

To make an appointment click here 24 hours a day or give us a call at  (908) 333-4995
Cheers to a happy and dental healthy new year!

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Dental Benefits Expire?

It’s hard to believe 2020 is almost over.  But then again we know a lot of us are looking forward to starting fresh in 2021.   

Remember as the ball drops on December 31st your insurance benefits, which include of up to $2,000 towards dental treatment and two free cleanings per calendar year, expire too.  Unfortunately they don’t roll over like cell phone minutes.  

No insurance, No problem, we offer a $99 cleaning for patients without insurance, so everyone can have a clean and healthy smile for the holidays!

We know the next few months are extremely busy so we are here for you Monday – Saturday with hours ranging from 7am – 8pm.  To request an appointment on line 24 hours a day click here or give us a call at (908) 333-4995

We look forward to seeing you soon,

Your Dental Care Somerset

P.S. According to Dr. Michele Neuburger, Dental officer for the CDC’s COVID-19 Response Team in an interview with NPR, “There have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 transmitted in a dental office so far. And that includes follow-up by the CDC of false news reports suggesting such infections occurred.”

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