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Central Jersey Pediatric Dentistry

Michelle M. Backhaus, DMD; Christopher Overcash, DMD

Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics

Michelle M. Backhaus, DMD

From left to right: Drs. Overcash & Backhaus

At Central Jersey Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, Drs. Michelle Backhaus and Christopher Overcash provide exceptional care in a family-based, child-centered, modern practice. The practice’s dual specialty allows for the establishment of a “dental home” at an early age as well an easy transition into orthodontic care.

Their practice offers preventative and restorative care, comprehensive orthodontics, as well as sedation and hospital dentistry with the help of cutting-edge technology including the use of digital radiographs and lasers.

Dr. Backhaus earned her DMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her certificate in pediatric dentistry from NYU. Dr. Backhaus is board certified and maintains hospital privileges at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.

“I love what I do,” says the mother of two. “Every day is a different adventure.”

Dr. Overcash earned his dental degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his certificate in orthodontics from Columbia University.

She is super sweet, patient, kind, caring and attentive to my daughter! ~Suzanne, Burlington Twp.

He's very pleasant, kind and thorough with his work. ~Maria, Sayreville

 

Central Jersey Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, LLC

176 Summerhill Rd., East Brunswick, 732-257-5588

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