Your First Appointment

We believe no two patients are alike. Oliverie Dental takes pride in learning how we can make a difference for each and every patient, as the goals are unique for each person.  We believe in taking the time to listen and understand your long-term goals, your vision for your oral and overall health, your expectations, timelines and life circumstances because we realize that all of these factors affect your ability to choose and follow through with the type of dentistry that is affordable and right for you.

We find that individuals strive for different levels of health and we honor that. Many of our patients come to us seeking regular hygienic care, while others have sought us for our expertise in reconstructive, implant, and cosmetic dentistry. Some have even contacted us in severe discomfort. Whatever the reason, our trained experienced staff will help make your first appointment appropriate to your needs and desires.

Oliverie Dental typically reserves two hours for your initial new patient appointment. Upon arrival at our office we will go over all of your paperwork including any dental insurance information. Our hygienist will first review your medical history and take needed x-rays of your teeth, and then Dr. Oliverie will perform a complete tooth by tooth examination pointing out her findings while listening to your chief concerns. During this very thorough exam we are able to assess your oral condition and offer cosmetic and restorative suggestions.  We are then able to set the next appropriate appointment for you. Please Contact office for an appointment.

Emergency Appointments

NOTICE:  If you are a regular patient of Oliverie Dental and are experiencing a dental emergency outside of business hours, please call our office at 732.681.5544. New patient emergencies are seen only during regular business hours.

Any dental emergency like an injury to the teeth or gums can be potentially serious and should not be ignored. Ignoring a dental problem can increase the risk of permanent damage as well as the need for more extensive and expensive treatment down the road. Dr. Oliverie and her staff are highly trained in treating all common emergencies, including toothaches, chipped or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, extruded (a partially dislodged tooth), objects caught between teeth or under the gum, lost fillings, lost crowns, lost temporaries, broken braces wire, abscesses, TMJ pain, swelling, and soft tissue injuries to the lips, cheek, and gum.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency please contact Oliverie Dental immediately. We will make arrangements to treat your dental emergency as soon as possible.

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