The Highest Standard of Dentistry

Aesthetic, Restorative and Physiological Dentistry
Enhance Your

Beautiful Smile

When you find yourself in need of a dentist, you want to find a dedicated professional who will give you individualized care. At Dutch Neck Dental in East Windsor, this is exactly what you will find – an experienced dentist who can efficiently diagnose and treat your dental needs, who guides you in every step of your treatment and preventative care, and an attentive and friendly staff always willing to give the quality care every patient deserves.


Dutch Neck Dental provides dental care to patients from East Windsor, West Windsor, Cranbury, Robbinsville, Princeton, Allenton, Hamilton Township, and the surrounding areas.


Cosmetic Dentistry

Family Dentistry

Implant Dentistry

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Meet The Doctor

Dr. Ira L. Goldstine

Dr. Ira L. Goldstine graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in 1996. He has received certifications in the use of Lumineer Veneers. He is trained in the treatment of TMJ and occlusal disorders by the prestigious Dawson Academy in St. Petersburg, Florida. He has also volunteered with Operation Blessing to help the dentally compromised in New Orleans, after Katrina.

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Practice Overview

Our modern office uses state of the art technology including low radiation digital x-rays, a comfortable and relaxed setting. Dr. Goldstine and staff are committed to providing a friendly and efficient experience with special attention given to the anxious or reluctant patient.

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See What our Patients Are Saying

“This office is perfect on all points. The front desk staff is friendly and aims to accommodate. I had a much feared root canal last year and Dr Ira and his staff went beyond being kind and comforting to me. Molly, the dental hygienist keeps my teeth clean and healthy. A true professional. The age old comment, “Everyone hates the dentist”, would never hold true is this great office.”


Oral Health Care For Older Patients

As you get older, you feel proud of taking such good care of your teeth over the course of your lifetime. It may seem like the risks of gum disease, tooth decay and other problems are far behind you, but the more

How Much Do You Know About Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is one of the most common oral health issues that we see amongst our patients. The condition most often affects adults who are over 30 years old, but anyone can develop periodontal disease. Routine dental exams can help prevent more

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Monday: 11AM – 8PM
Tuesday: 7AM – 5:30PM
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 8AM – 5:30PM
Friday: 7AM – 5:30PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Covid-19 Safety Precautions

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