Prosthodontic Practice New Providence NJ

About Us

Please use the information in this section to find out more about our Doctors, Professional Affiliations, and FAQs.

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Call us: 908-665-1161

Our Doctors

Professional Affiliations

Advanced Dentistry of New Providence is proud to be affiliated with the following organizations:

    • American College of Prosthodontists

      This is the organization that we joined after becoming Prosthodontists

    • New Jersey Section of the American College of Prosthodontists

      Our local chapter of the A.C.P.

    • Academy of Osseointegration

      This organization is on the cutting edge of research, development and practical clinical standards with regards to dental implant technology. They have an annual meeting that both doctors attend.

    • International Team of Implantologists

      Both Dr. Corino and are members in this exciting organization. With over 10,000 members worldwide, this group is the pinnacle of knowledge when it comes to presenting what is knew with dental implants and osseointegration.

    • Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

      This organization also has annual meetings and a periodic journal discussing the latest techniques and practical clinical standards with regards to all types of cosmetic dentistry. Both doctors attend the annual meetings.

    • Advisory Board of the Seattle Study Club

      Dr. Corino is the local “Prosthodontic expert” for the NJ Apex Seminars Section of the Seattle Study Club. There are only 750 study clubs throughout the world. As an advisor, he is responsible for teaching, guiding and helping the general dentists understand prosthodontics. In addition, Dr. Corino will be lecturing on the different implant systems for the group in January, 2012.

    • Overlook Hospital

      Dr. Corino has been on staff at the hospital since 1992

    • Psi Omega Dental Fraternity

    • UMDNJ Alumni Association

      Both Doctors Dr. Corino and completed their studies to earn their Doctorate of Medical Dentistry Degree from this university.

    • Emory University School of Dentistry Alumni Association

      Both Doctors Dr. Corino and completed their studies to earn their Prosthodontist Certificates from this university.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long has your practice been in business?
Advanced Dentistry of New Providence, formerly known as Murray Hill Prosthodontists, was established in 1980.

Why was the name changed from Murray Hill Prosthodontists to Advanced Dentistry of New Providence?
We decided to change our name because many of our patients still don’t know what a Prosthodontist is. Everyone who graduates an accredited dental school is a “General Dentist”. To become a Prosthodontist, you must continue your dental education for at least two years. That Prosthodontic residency concentrates on correcting complex dental and oral problems. In addition, Prosthodontists also treat sleep apnea and Temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders (TMJ disorders). In an effort to help further educate our patients, Advanced Dentistry of New Providence will soon be publishing newsletters as well as holding continuing education classes in our Murray Hill office.

Where is your office located and what are your office hours?

      • Our office is located at 78 Floral Avenue in New Providence, NJ at Murray Hill Square.
      • Office hours: Mon-Tues 9 AM – 6 PM, Wednesday 9 AM – 1 PM, Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM & Friday 9 AM – 1 PM. Sat – Sun: Closed.

How do I make an appointment?
Please call our office at Murray Hill Square Prosthodontics Office Phone Number 908-665-1161 or use our to schedule an appointment.

How do I reschedule or cancel an appointment?
Please call our office at Murray Hill Square Prosthodontics Office Phone Number 908-665-1161 or our Request an Appointment form to reschedule or cancel an appointment. Please refer to our Appointment Policy about cancellations and other appointment policies.

Do I need a referral from my general dentist to make an appointment with you?
While we welcome referrals from other dentists, a referral is not necessary to make an appointment with us.

Are there any forms I need to fill out before my first visit?
Yes, there are information forms available on our website that you can fill out and bring with you for your first appointment. This will save you time at your initial appointment. If you don’t fill the forms out before your scheduled time, please plan to arrive at our office at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment so you have adequate time to complete the forms.

What do you expect of me as a patient on my first visit?
Being prepared for your first appointment will ensure the doctor has all the information needed to provide the best possible care for you. You can educate yourself on various conditions and treatments by reviewing the content of this website. The initial visit involves the doctor obtaining your medical history. When you share your medical history with the doctor, be sure to provide complete and up-to-date information. Inform your doctor if you have experienced recent hospitalization or surgery, or if you have been ill recently. Bring any recent radiographs. Also come prepared to tell your doctor the names, doses, and frequency of any prescription or over-the counter medications you are taking. All this information will help us select the most safe and effective method of treatment for you.

What can I expect from the doctor on my first visit?
The initial visit to our office involves obtaining your medical and dental history. Your first visit may also include x-rays, models and a periodontal evaluation that allow your doctor to better understand your particular situation. After evaluating all your information and understanding your needs, the doctor will discuss treatment plans, options and fees with you in detail.

What do I do if I have an emergency after a procedure at your office?
In the event of an emergency that occurs during our regular business hours, please call us at Murray Hill Square Prosthodontics Office Phone Number 908-665-1161. For an emergency after business hours, please call Dr. Corino at 908.403.1965.

What are your payment terms and what are my payment options?
Payment is expected at the time of your office visit. For your convenience, Advanced Dentistry of New Providence accepts Visa, Mastercard, and personal checks.The cost of treatment varies depending on the severity of the patient’s dental issues. You will be able to discuss fees and payment options before treatment begins.

Are your services covered by my insurance plan?
If you have insurance, we will help you determine the coverage you have available. Please note your dental insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company, not between your dentist and the insurance company. While we will help in every way we can in filing your claim and handling insurance questions, you are responsible for payment of the services provided by Advanced Dentistry of New Providence.

What is a Prothodontist?
A Prosthodontist is a dentist who has continued their formal dental education with an additional two years of specialized training. The specialty concentrates with the restoration and maintenance of oral function by replacing missing and damaged teeth and other oral structures with special devices that are designed and fabricated specifically for each patient. These devices include the aesthetic enhancements using crowns, bridges, partial and complete dentures, dental implants, porcelain, composite, gold and silver fillings. A Prosthodontist also identifies and treats bite problems that cause headaches, shoulder and neck pain, and TMJ (jaw joint) sounds and pain. Advanced Dentistry of New Providence also provides a full range of aesthetic procedures to improve your personal appearance. These procedures include porcelain veneers, LUMINEERS®, Snap-On Smile®, whitening of teeth, and closing spaces between teeth.
LUMINEERS® BY CERINATE® is a registered trademark of Den-Mat Corporation. Snap-On Smile® is a registered trademark.

How does a Prosthodontist differ from other dentists?
A Prosthodontist is a dentist who has continued their formal dental education in an accredited full time program for a minimum of two years specializing in complex oral rehabilitation.

What services do you provide?
At Advanced Dentistry of New Providence, as Prosthodontists, we specialize in: Aesthetic Dentistry, Diagnostic Dentistry, Implant Dentistry, Preventive Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, TMJ Therapy and sleep apnea apppliances. More information on all our services can be found by going to the Specialties section of our website.

Does Advanced Dentistry of New Providence provide oral hygiene and periodontal maintenance?
Advanced Dentistry of New Providence has a full time registered Dental Hygienist that treats and maintains our patients while under the direct supervision of our doctors.

Besides the specialty of Prosthodontics, do the doctors at Advanced Dentistry of New Providence have any additional training?
In addition to the specialty of Prosthodontics, our doctors have a certificate of dental implantology from Harvard University School of Dentistry and a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Human Biology. Our doctors continue their dental education with annual aesthetic and implant national meetings and seminars.