Dr. Andrew Samuel and our whole team are proud to be a leading dental practice in beautiful Ocean, NJ! Please view our website or contact us for more information about our services.

New to Ocean? Here’s some useful information about your new home.

Ocean, NJ is a community devoted to balancing economic opportunity and historic preservation. Our growing community includes places for hiking, shopping, running, theaters, and more!

Who you need to know in Ocean, NJ

Click here to learn more about our County Executive.

Click here to learn more about our City Council.

Click here to learn more about our Courts.

What you need to know about Ocean, NJ

Ocean also has a county Chamber of Commerce that serves to promote growth and success of business and industry in the Ocean community.

Click here to learn more about the Ocean, NJ Chamber of Commerce.

Places to know in Ocean, NJ

Ocean Police Department is ready and willing to serve and protect our community.

Click here to learn more about our Police Department.

For Emergency Calls, please dial 911.

For Non-Emergency Calls, please dial (732) 531-1800

We hope you find this page helpful as you settle into your new community. We look forward to seeing you here at Coastal Monmouth Dental Specialists.

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    Sniffling, sneezing, and coughing. Being sick can make it more  difficult to keep up with your daily routine. Don’t let your cold or flu become an excuse for overlooking your oral hygiene. In fact, when  you’re sick it is essential that you continue to stick to your regular  brushing and flossing routine. Here are a few tips to keep…

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