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Sacks Orthodontics


Sacks Orthodontics

Eric M. Sacks, DMD

Specialty: Orthodontics

Dr. Eric Sacks relies on his expertise in advanced, proven treatments and years of skillful care to create exceptional patient experiences and beautiful customized smiles. His dedication to high-quality orthodontic care is evidenced by the beaming smiles on his patients as they leave his office.

State-of-the-Art Orthodontic Treatment

Dr. Sacks’ practice is housed in a brand new, all-digital facility. He offers the latest orthodontic treatment options including Invisalign, Invisalign Teen and lingual braces, as well as traditional clear and metal braces.

Dr. Sacks treats patients using accelerated orthodontic techniques, which offer shorter treatment times and minimal to no discomfort. The practice’s iTero digital scanner—which offers custom-fit appliances with no messy impressions—is just one example of the types of advancements patients will find at Dr. Sacks’ state-of-the-art office.

Orthodontic Excellence in a Friendly Atmosphere

Dr. Sacks is a board-certified orthodontist in a specialty where only one in three practitioners achieves such Invisalign doctors in the nation. Dr. Sacks is proud to have earned the trust of both patients and colleagues thanks to his office’s friendly atmosphere, dedicated staff and unyielding devotion to orthodontic excellence. 

Upon graduating from UMDNJ, Dr. Sacks completed his specialty training at Montefiore Medical Center. He currently serves as a clinical assistant professor at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and actively participates in prominent dental study clubs to advance his field.

“Dentistry is constantly evolving. I always look for opportunities to foster communication among my colleagues and stay current with the latest research,” he says.

 Dr. Sacks is very caring with his patients and answers every question. ~Roberto, Bloomfield

 He is just charming and sensitive to the needs of his patients. He is incredibly friendly and a wonderful doctor! His office is kid-friendly and very welcoming. ~Rhonda, Sparta

Eric M. Sacks, DMD

41 North Livingston Ave., Livingston



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