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Dr. Schwarz believes in providing comprehensive dental care – providing full examinations and consulting with you, the patient, so that you and he can come up with a treatment plan to meet all your needs and concerns. Our office attempts to see emergency appointments on the same day. If you have an after hour question or need Dr. Schwarz is readily available. His emergency number is answered by the doctor. We treat all aspects of dentistry including periodontal (gum) conditions, endodontics (root canals), restorative care encompassing fillings (tooth colored and amalgam), crowns (caps), bridges, partial and full dentures and implants. Your scheduled appointment is only with the doctor who performs all aspects of dentistry. In a one on one setting we take the time to answer all your questions and needs. Out team of two includes Kemper Mitchell who manages your insurance benefits, billing and appointments. With your permission we will contact your insurance company and give you an estimated breakdown of your benefits before any work is started. Two way communications is the key to a successful relationship between the patient and the office. We look forward you meeting you.

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Meet Our Staff

  • Dr.
    Michael R. Schwarz

    Thank you for selecting our office to participate in your dental care. The trust you place in us is appreciated and we will always strive to provide the best care possible. Dr. Schwarz continues to learn the latest and most up to date treatment options by attending many of the continuing education dental courses available.

    Dr. Michael R. Schwarz grew up in Metuchen, NJ, attending Boston University and New York University College of Dentistry and graduating in June 1985. He continued at NYUCD with a general practice residency. In November 1986 Dr. Schwarz started practicing in Plainfield, NJ where he has remained through this day.

    In July 1992, Dr. Schwarz received the Academy of General Dentistry’s Fellowship Award. The F.A.G.D. is presented to dentists who seek to provide the highest quality dental care by remaining current in their profession. To earn this prestigious honor the dentist must complete 500 hours of continuing dental education and pass a comprehensive written exam. Only 5% of practicing dentists have achieved the FAGD award. Dr. Schwarz has kept up his lifelong pursuit of continuing education as the profession is constantly changing and he feels there is always room for improvement.

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

    Dr. Schwarz has been my dentist for 13 years so far. He is the best, very attentive, very knowledgable and gentle. Always there for me. Highly recommend, and his assistant is amazing too.

    Vlatka M.

    Dr. Schawarz has been my dentist for many years. He’s the best, nicest and most honest dentist I have ever met.

    Murad O.

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Monday:

7:00 AM-4:00 PM

Tuesday:

7:00 AM-4:00 PM

Wednesday:

7:00 AM-4:00 PM

Thursday:

7:00 AM-4:00 PM

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