We practice with most current CDC FDA and NJ and PA practice guidelines to proect all patients, operator - staff. All patients are give instructions for visits to our office. You can ask all the questions you like to be certain we give you great safe service.

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:00 am-3:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-3:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-3:00 pm

Thursday:

3:00 pm-3:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Friendly Staff.  Beautiful Smiles.  Welcoming Environment.  

New Patients Welcome

Our office strives to provide top-notch periodontal and dental implant care with special attention focused on patient wellness.

Since gum disease affects most people any gum infection can affect your heart and lungs as well as complicate diabetes.

We have spent years refining techniques to provide comfort with lasting results.

See us for a single area or your entire mouth.

Improving your smile may be easier than you realize

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Meet Our Doctor

  • Dr. Jeffrey Morton

    Dr. Jeffrey Morton is a specialist who treats gums, along with all of the structures of the gums and teeth that allow us to do a range of invaluable activities each day -- from speaking to chewing to smiling.

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Dear Patients, 3/19/2020

Due to the Covid-19 Virus (Corona) and government restrictions, our office is closed for routine care, as recommendation from the ADA, until we are further updated. We are able to see anyone that is in pain or having distress of the mouth. Patients will be limited to one patient at a time and one support person in reception area. All areas, including door handles, counters, furniture, etc.… will be toughly wiped down prior to and after every patient.

  • Patients must not have a fever, cough, or flu like symptoms
  • Patient must not have been out of the country in the past 3 months
  • Patient must not have had contact with anyone that has been out of the country in the past 3 months, known high-risk areas of this country, or in contact with anyone, that has flu like symptoms.
  • Patient must not have been asked to self-quarantine or report to a quarantine location by local, state, or federal officials.

Please contact the office and we will get back to you as promptly as possible.

Dr. Morton is available Mon thru Fri for phone consults at (856) 778-0496.

Thank you, stay safe and Please wash your Hand!

M. Jeffery Morton. DMD