Dr. Dr. Steven Isaacson, DMD, Dentist

Dr. Dr. Steven Isaacson, DMD

Dentist | Prosthodontics

601 Ewing St Suite B-4 Princeton NJ, 08540



Dr. Steven Isaacson is a prosthodontist practicing in Princeton, NJ. Dr. Isaacson specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth. Prosthodontists maintain oral function, comfort and the appearance and health either with the natural teeth or the replacement of missing ones with maxillofacial tissues and artificial substances.

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  • What is the strongest over the counter pain reliever for a toothache?

    Most over the counter meds are ineffective including Orajel. For SHORT term relief with over the counter meds you can use a combination of 500mg tylenol, 600 mg advil and one type of ingestion of caffeine including coffee, chocolate, ect. This is only to be used until you can seek professional dental care since this combination taken more than a day or 2 can cause other major issues.  READ MORE

  • What are the first signs of dry socket?

    Usually occurs 2-4 days after extraction. The extraction site becomes extremely sore and the patient develops a bad taste in the mouth. An oral surgeon will need to treat, otherwise you could have problems with bone necrosis. READ MORE

  • Can dentists fill cavities between teeth?

    Yes we commonly restore teeth by placing a filling on 2 surfaces of a tooth that will close a space between 2 teeth READ MORE

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601 Ewing St Suite B-4 -
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Get to know Prosthodontist Dr. Steven C. Isaacson, who serves patients in Princeton, New Jersey.

Dr. Isaacson is a prosthodontist specializing in reconstructive and cosmetic dentistry. He treats various dental issues ranging from small fillings and implants, to porcelain laminates and complex full mouth rehabilitation.

Currently, he practices at Prosthodontics of Princeton, a dental practice that he took over from his father, Geoge Isaacson. The practice remains dedicated to providing top-quality comprehensive dental care to patients in Princeton, New Jersey and surrounding areas. Dr. Isaacson works there alongside Dr. Suzanne B. Reinhardt and Dr. Alexander S. Drew, both of whom are experts in correcting a wide variety of dental problems with today’s advanced dental and prosthodontic techniques. 

Additionally, he is on the New Jersey State Peer Review Board and serves an attending at the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro, New Jersey.

After graduating from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a minor in Biology, Dr. Isaacson went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry Degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in Philadelphia. During his dental school education, he was selected on merit to participate in an accelerated clinical training program. After dental school, he did a one-year general practice residency at the University of Pennsylvania, which further trained him in all aspects of general dentistry. 

Once he decided that prosthodontics was a field he enjoyed and could excel in, he went on to obtain a specialty degree in prosthodontics with an emphasis on reconstructive dentistry, including implant and cosmetic dentistry, at the Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia. 

After graduation, he joined his father’s practice and worked alongside him until his father retired in 2005. To this day, Dr. Isaacson has continued the traditions of integrity, detail, and thoughtfulness that his father instilled in him. “I like dealing with people. I love all the different personalities. We really help to make people over and it’s about trust. I try to explain about the procedure and help the patient become knowledgeable about what is happening. I feel a real closeness with them, and we can truly make a difference in their lives. It’s amazing when someone looks in a mirror and is so happy after the work. I am especially proud of being able to continue my father’s practice. We were a family of dentists.” stated the dentist. 

He remains a member of the American College of Prosthodontics, the American Dental Association, and the Mercer Dental Association. He also attends monthly continuing education seminars with the Princeton Group for Dental Excellence, a chapter of the Seattle Study Club. 

In the past, Dr. Isaacson served as a moderator at the annual New Jersey State Dental meetings in Atlantic City. He was also a consultant for the Dental Division of Johnson & Johnson, the Dental Division of Church & Dwight, and the publication, the Dental Advisor, which provides the dental profession with evidence-based and clinically relevant information on dental restorative products. 

Prosthodontics, also known as dental prosthetics or prosthetic dentistry, is the area of dentistry that focuses on dental prostheses. A prosthodontist specializes in treating and handling dental and facial problems that involve restoring missing tooth and jaw structures. They are highly trained in cosmetics, dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, temporomandibular disorders, and more.

On the subject of his personal life, Dr. Isaacson enjoys spending time with his family and friends. His hobbies include photography, playing tennis and golf, watercolor painting, and playing the drums in the band Boxorox.

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