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Dr. Edmund Mario Caruso DMD, Denturist

Dr. Edmund Mario Caruso DMD

Dentist | General Practice

(3)
2275 Kennedy Blvd Jersey City NJ, 07304
Rating

4/5

About

We are a general family dentist accepting all major insurance plans. We provide emergency SAME DAY appointments. Every procedure can be put on CareCredit or CitiHealth payment plans. In the same locat ...

Education and Training

UMDNJ - New jersey Dental School DMD 1986

Provider Details

Male Spanish, Italian

Treatments

  • Emergency Extractions
  • Pain Free Root Canals
  • Dentures
  • Dental Veneers
  • E. Max Veneers
  • E Max Crowns And Zirconium (strong Tooth Colored) Crowns
  • Habit Appliances (Thumb Sucking)
  • Walk-in Services
  • X-ray (digital)
  • X-rays (when Necessary)
  • X Rays On site
  • Dental Veneers Lumineers
  • Dental Abscess
  • Dental Accidents/trauma
  • Dental Aesthetic Crowns
  • Crowding Of The Teeth
  • Crown & Bridgework
  • Dental & Restorative Implant
  • Cleaning And Bleaching
  • Cleaning And Fluoride Treatment
  • Root Canal Treatment Of All Teeth
  • Fillings & Crowns (including White)
  • Porcelain Cerec Fillings/crowns

Professional Memberships

  • menber American Dental Association  1986 
  • Board Member NJDS DAA  2010 

Experience & Accolades

  • Dentist1986Boulevard Dental Associates, PAOwner Founder Dentist

Dr. Edmund Mario Caruso DMD's Practice location

Edmund Caruso

2275 Kennedy Blvd -
Jersey City, NJ 07304
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New patients: 201-434-3819
Fax: 201-434-3865

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Patient Experience with Dr. Caruso


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