You Should Smile Dental's Dr. Edward Shluper, DDS gives his patients more than just gleaming white smiles. Sure, he offers tooth-whitening, but he also realizes that no amount of cosmetic overhaul can take the place of strong teeth and robust gums. He has spent nearly two decades practicing dentistry, caring for whole mouths and the patients attached to them, and in that time, he's kept on the technological forefront of dentistry. Recently, he added MTM Clear Aligners that straighten up teeth without the hassle and inconvenience of traditional braces. Other modern additions include the use of the VELscope to screen for problematic cells in the soft tissue of the mouth, and in-office teeth bleaching treatments that leave grins more radiant than the Cheshire Cat's during cosmic bowling.
Like most college graduates, Dr. Jolly stood at a fork in the road at the beginning of his career. On one side, his path pointed toward a future in the arts—he was an accomplished sculptor who had just been accepted into the School of Visual Arts in New York City—and the other side pointed toward a science career that would tap into his undergraduate degree in biology. But as fate had it, Dr. Jolly found a way to incorporate his love of both science and art—by attending the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, where he went on to graduate as a board-certified dentist.
Now, Dr. Jolly and his dedicated team of dental hygienists and assistants turn their passion into action, helping keep their clients' mouths in tiptop shape. From routine checkups to dermal-filler injections, Dr. Jolly keeps his office up-to-date on the latest techniques and equipment, and since he never double-books appointments, he has time to thoroughly explain and guide patients through their procedures. He's dedicated to building strong relationships with clients and making them feel like family, which is why he gives each person a sack of hand-me-down clothes after his or her visit.
Dr. Feiler has practiced dentistry for more than 30 years. His emphasis on continuing education has helped the practice's dentists and hygienists to keep their cosmetic, preventive, and surgical treatments current. Onsite specialists are highly qualified to treat oral ailments from misaligned teeth to periodontal disease and sleep apnea.