Give yourself the quality dental care you deserve with professional cosmetic dentistry from Jeffrey A. Gee DDS, Advanced Family Dentistry, located in Morgan, New Jersey, a section of Sayreville.
By selecting our practice for your dental care, you have complimented us with your confidence. We respond by giving you the personal attention you and your family deserves.
First, we endeavor to provide the best and most comprehensive dental service of which we are capable of. Second, we strive to help you in the maintenance of your dental health and in the prevention of any future problems.
We take extra time sharing concerns relating to more than just your dental care. Each qualified team member is selected because of his or her genuine interest in people.
We are here to help you feel comfortable, so if there is anything you have questions about regarding dental insurance or our basic services, please feel free to ask. We even offer you the option of watching television and movies during your visit, so you can be as comfortable as possible.
Dr. Gee and our staff are dedicated to the quality of treatment and the comfort and health of our patients. We offer personalized services with modernized techniques and conscientious care for the following:
Early Morning, Evening & Saturday Appointments Available
Sayreville, South Amboy, Parlin, Old Bridge, Morgan, Woodbridge, East Brunswick, & Union Beach
Jeffrey A. Gee DDS graduated from the Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in 1990. After receiving his Doctor of Dental Surgery, he was selected to the General Practice Residency in Dentistry at St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital in New York City in 1991.
Learn more about the doctor HERE.
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