Susan A. Armstrong, D.D.S.
Dr. Susan (as she prefers to be called in her office) is originally from Belzoni, Mississippi. After graduating from Idaho's Boise State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, she attended Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska. Upon graduation, she was chosen to attended the highly selective Pediatric Dental Residency Program at Maimonides Medical Center, New York, where she obtained her Post-doctoral training in Pediatric Dentistry.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Susan has worked in Philadelphia at the Temple Episcopal Pediatric Dental Residency Program for over four years as an Attending Instructor helping to train future pediatric dentists.Dr. Susan is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentist, the American Dental Association, as well as the local New Jersey Dental Association.
Aside from her impressive professional credentials, she has a genuine concern for all children and their unique needs. When you visit her practice you will see first-hand her kid-oriented style and fun personality. It is how she can get your children excited about their teeth, and begin developing healthy habits for a lifetime. Dr. Susan lives in south New Jersey and enjoys reading, skiing, singing, and composing music. She especially enjoys time she is able to spend with her family and friends.
We would not be where we are without our tremendous staff. We believe that they are the most dedicated, hard working, caring people you are likely to meet. They care not only about our young patients, but about parents as well.
Our staff oversees everything that occurs in the office, and they really have it down to a science. The average experience of our staff is 22 years and counting. We take pride in our staff and know you and your children will enjoy the warmth and caring they provide during your visits.
The common goal of our staff is to have our young patients enjoy their visit to our office. They want to create a generation of children who will have a lifetime of good oral health.