Olin Dental Group
The Olin Dental Group is considered one of the premier dental offices in New Jersey. Our philosophy is quality over quantity for all of patient needs, and now our patient families will be served in a spacious, state-of-the art, modern dental facility.
We perform general and pediatric dentistry for the entire family:
• Special Needs
The Olin Dental Group performs all facets of dentistry for all age groups from exams, oral cancer screenings, cleanings, bleaching, sealants, bondings, crowns, dentures, implants, root canals, extractions and TMJ treatment.
Dr. Richard Olin is a graduate of UMDNJ Dental School and certified in restorative implants and TMJ therapy. He is presently the co-chairman of the Dental Division of RWJUH at Rahway.
Dr. Neha Golwala is a graduate of UMDNJ Dental School and the general practice residency program at the Manhattan VA Medical Center. Her most unique skill is her ability to empathize with patients’ needs in a calming and reassuring manner. Dr. Golwala is dedicated to her practice of general dentistry with an emphasis on bonded restorations, crown/bridge restorations and implant dentistry.
Dr. Dhruvi Patel graduated from University of California-Los Angeles School of Dentistry with her Doctorate in Dental Surgery (DDS) and Dr. D.Y. Patil Dental School and Hospital in India with a Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS). Dr. Patel is dedicated to providing compassionate dental treatment based on each patient’s unique needs. She believes that good oral habits are important and that a beautiful and healthy smile can have a significant impact on one’s life. She strives to build a relationship of trust with her patients to help them with their dental concerns.
Dr. Elizabeth Philipone is an Associate Professor of Oral Pathology at the Columbia University College of Dentistry and conducts oral cancer screenings and biopsies for her patients. Dr. Philipone is available on Saturdays exclusively, which allows families the advantage of having all of their dental needs treated simultaneously.