Celebrate Our Nation’s Leaders and Modern Dentistry

  Ever wonder why George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, most early presidents and our founding fathers hardly ever smiled showing their teeth?  At the time of Washington’s presidency, the science of dental care was only in it’s early stages.  During that time, barbers, after cutting your hair would also act as your dentist, often giving bad

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Riverfront Dental Care’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again where your gift giving skills are put to the test.  This holiday season, give your loved ones something they will appreciate forever- the gift of a beautiful smile! From stocking stuffers to life changing gifts, Riverfront Dental has got you covered. Here is a list of our most favorite

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The Thanksgiving Dinner Breakdown

5 Things You Need to Know About Whats on Your Plate (And How They Effect Your Teeth) There is nothing better than a home cooked meal especially during the holidays.  Indulging in the foods you love on Thanksgiving is okay, but feasting on the leftovers for the next 3 days will leave you feeling like a stuffed turkey. 

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8 Ways to Improve Your Oral & Overall Health

Raising Awareness During National Dental Hygiene Month Thanks to the The American Dental Hygienists’ Association and the Wrigley Jr. Company, we get to help raise public awareness about good oral health this month.  The ADHA encourages everyone to keep the “Daily 4” in mind when it comes to dental hygiene. 1. BRUSH twice a day

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Are Your Teeth Travel Ready?

Spring is finally here. The days are longer, the weather is getting warmer and vacation season is upon us.  Some travelers start their planning by making a list of things to bring on vacation.  We thought of a few more things you can add to that list so your oral health doesn’t take a backseat

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February is Heart Health Month

Show your teeth some love! Did you know that your mouth is a window to your overall health?  Research has shown that the condition of your oral health can provide warning signs and make you susceptible to many other diseases.  Even in the early stages your dentist may be able to detect some of these

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A New Year’s Resolution You Won’t Regret!

When making your New Year’s resolution keep your oral health in mind. If you think you might be falling a little short in keeping up with your oral hygiene habits or want to improve your smile, follow these simple tips and you will be on your way to a happy and healthy new year! See

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Our Dental Staff Gets CPR Certification Renewal

Our staff at Riverfront Dental Care took time out of their busy schedules to all get re-certified in CPR yesterday. The training we received will prepare us to respond properly in a cardiac emergency, and is another example of how our office continues to stay current in procedures that promote our patients’ safety and comfort.

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Riverfront Dental announced it has re-opened at their original location

JUNE 12, 2014 – TOMS RIVER, NJ – Riverfront Dental Care announces it has re-opened their original location that was devastated by Superstorm Sandy at 117 East Water Street in Toms River on June 6th.  Dr. David Stein was presented with proclamations by Senator James W. Holzapfel, Mayor Thomas F. Kelaher and Councilman Al Manforti.

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Moving Home!

After being displaced by extensive flooding and damage from Superstorm Sandy over a year ago, our most anticipated moment is here. We are moving back to 117 E Water Street as of March 4, 2014! All appointments as of March 4th will be held in our newly renovated office. Again, we would like to thank

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