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Keep your new year's resolution to smile more with free take-home whitening kits for life! New patients only. Must maintain regular oral hygene. Call office for details.

Meet Dr. Lea Grand

"I always knew as a child that I wanted to be a healer... My father knew that if I became a medical doctor



    • Dr. Grand graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (Rutgers University).
      • She scored in the top 1% on her dental licensing exams.
    • Dr. Grand attends continuing educations courses and seminars to stay up to date (or ahead) of industry standards.
    • Dr. Grand is a member of the Momonuth County Dental Society and the American Dental Association (ADA).


    • Dr. Grand lives in the greater Navesink River Region where she and her husband are raising their two children.
    • Dr. Grand loves languages! While English is her native language, Lea enjoys speaking with her patients in German, Hungarian, Czech, and Slovak.
    • Dr. Grand's husband, Gary, is a local pharmacist. When not filling prescriptions, Gary loves counseling patients on their medications.
    • Gary attended Villanova University, where he was also an avid tennis player. He's also a huge Villanova Wildcats basketball fan (go Cats!).


    Dr. Grande and her staff are top-notch! Professional, friendly, and absolutely excellent in everything from x-rays to cleaning to major procedures. Patient comfort and safety is always considered here.

    Karen Finkelstein

    Absolutely amazing experience here. I am terrified of the dentist, and they made me feel at ease the second I set foot in the office. Will definitely be going back.

    Eric Levin

    I recently moved here and was referred to this practice with raving reviews. By far, this is the best dental care I have ever received. Professional, attentive, courteous and not to mention extremely gentle with an exceptional friendly staff that made me feel comfortable and at ease. With out a doubt, I highly recommend Rumson Family Dental where you will receive the utmost quality one on one care for all your dental needs.

    Heather Brumm



Almost everyone has heard their parents say "Brush your teeth!" But why is it so important?

Good oral hygiene prevents tooth decay and gum disease - this is why dentists recommend you brush twice and floss once daily. Otherwise, you will most likely suffer from a gum condition know as Gingivitis.

Gingivitis happens when...

  • Naturally ooccuring bacteria in our mouths secrete waste, know as plaque.
  • Plaque is not only sticky (inviting more plaque to form), but also keeps healthy tissues from regenerating.
  • Without proper brushing, plaque will harden and turn into tartar.
  • Tartar harbors even more bacteria and waste products, accelerating the breakdown of gum tissue.
  • While you can brush plaque away, tartar can only be removed by your dentist.
  • Periodontal disease comes after gingivitis, which leads to severe breakdown of the gums and destruction of the supportive jaw bones.

Maintain your oral hygiene daily and visit your dentist twice a year to have your mouth examined as well as any plaque and tarter removed.

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  • Orthodontic Retention

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