at 269 State Route 31 N, Washington, 07882 United States
We are a full service family and general dentist office serving the area of Washington, NJ in Warren County.
We are a full service family and general dentist office serving the area of Washington, NJ. We offer: tooth-shaded direct resin (fillings), ceramic restorations, crowns, bridges, veneers, and restorations on dental implants. We also offer full mouth rehabilitative services, endodontic services, preventive services, non-surgical periodontal treatment and denture services.
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Our annual Christmas raffle begins in October. Raffle entries will be available in our office and in the Washington Messenger. The prizes are: 1. 47.6" LED HD Sony® TV valued at $600 2. Xperia® Z2 Tablet (16GB) valued at $500 3. PlayStation® 4 valued at $400 Raffle ends a few days before Christmas Day!
Washington Family Dentistry is looking for a part-time employee to work from Monday through Thursday (9 AM - 1 PM). Responsibilities include direct patient interaction, dental assisting, ordering clinical and office supplies, front desk duties, sterilization of instruments, breakdown and set-up of operatories. Experience is not necessary but dental x-ray license is a plus. Salary is commensurate to experience and credentials. Please send your resume to: Washington Family Dentistry Attention: Donna 269 Route 31 South Washington, NJ 07882 You may also fax it at 908-689-0979 or email it at firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquiries regarding the position must be made through the abovementioned methods. Please do not call the office.
As you know, the Philippines was hit by Typhoon Haiyan, a Category 5 cyclone. At least ten percent of the country was severely affected with 80% of the province of Leyte decimated as a result of wind and storm surge damage. As residents of New Jersey, we would like to take this opportunity to reciprocate the kindness of the Filipino people. In November, 2012, the Philippines, a very poor country, came to our aid during Hurricane Sandy and donated $250,000 in the care of the US embassy in the Philippines. Washington Family Dentistry, LLC is collecting donations of toothbrushes and toothpastes for the typhoon victims. Other humanitarian relief goods that are being requested are: canned goods and other nonperishable food, nonprescription medicines, surgical supplies, blankets, socks, and shoes. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CLOTHES. Through the generosity of LBC, a Philippine shipping company, we are able to ship them free of charge to the Philippine Red Cross. If you are able to, please help us in our collection effort. You may send your donations no later than November 27, 2013 to our office at: Washington Family Dentistry 269 Route 31 South Washington, NJ 07882 Tel no. 908-689-5129 If you prefer, you may start your own collection drive and ship them to: LBC Foundation Melissa-Ann Macarubbo LBC Hangar General Aviation Center Domestic Airport Compound Pasay City, Philippines These are the LBC drop off locations in NJ 1. 83 South Washington Avenue, Bergenfield, NJ 07621 2. 69 ½ Belleville Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ 07003 3. 480 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07304-1400 4. 16 Abbett Street, Jersey City, NJ 07307 5. 230-4 Mountain Avenue, Middlesex, NJ 08846 6. 601 Penhorn Avenue #4, Secaucus, NJ 07094 For more details, please call Donna at (908) 689-5129. Thank you for your generosity!
THANK YOU to Dr. John Hirce and his staff for donating toothbrushes for our Typhoon Haiyan Relief Drive. Dr. Hirce is an orthodontist in Califon, NJ. Thank you!!!
720 toothbrushes and toothpastes. That is the amount of dental supplies that Washington Family Dentistry will be sending to the Philippine Red Cross for the typhoon victims in the Philippines. We ask everyone to pitch in and help by dropping off any of the following much needed relief goods to our office before November 27: blankets, socks, shoes, canned goods or any boxed nonperishable food items, surgical supplies, and toiletries. Articles of clothing (except for socks and shoes) are not needed at the moment. Thank you!
Extra Mushrooms, No Anchovies The condition hasn't exactly entered the annals of dental history, but something called "pizza palate" does exist, according to two physicians in a letter to The Journal of the American Dental Association. Now you know what to call it when you open the cardboard box, take the first heavenly bite and burn the roof of your mouth. Pizza palate isn't rare, the doctors note. It occurs frequently after eating excessively hot pizza, especially those with a very hard crust and extra cheese. There are no textbook treatments for pizza palate, although switching to liquids and soft foods for a couple of days can help. Hereafter, consume melted mozzarella at your own risk.