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Whether you need a routine exam, or help with painful, missing or damaged teeth,
we are here to help.

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Our Dentist

Nesrin Esen Dagli, DMD

Dr. Dagli is a graduate and faculty-member of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, where she teaches as a Clinical Associate in the Department of Restorative Dentistry. She was previously a research fellow and has published research in the Journal of Advanced Prosthodontics.

She is a compassionate and caring dentist that puts her patients at ease with her meticulous care and energetic personality. She provides a full range of general and restorative services, as well as aesthetic dentistry, and works hard to give her patients the perfect smile. Her patients appreciate the warm and friendly atmosphere she creates, as she takes the stress out of a visit to the dentist. She lives in Middlesex County with her husband, two sons, and dog. In her spare time, she likes to spend time outdoors camping and mountain-biking.

Dr. Dagli is a member of the American Dental Association and Academy of General Dentistry. She regularly attends continuing education to stay up to date with the latest technologies and advancements in dental care.

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Promos & Specials

A beautiful smile doesn't have to cost a fortune; just look like one. We accept most insurance plans and also offer specials and payment options to make sure your dental care is affordable.


Listen to what our patients say

  • C.E.
    Dr. Dagli is very good at her work. She is very kind, friendly, and caring to her patients. My 8 years-old son was afraid of being in a dentist office. She kindly and perfectly persuaded him and made all his examinations and treatments without any resistance of him. She explains everything before she does and helps her patients relax. Her office is very clean. She and her staff are very attentive with the covid precautions. I definitely recommend Dr. Dagli to everyone!
  • N. in Lawrence, NJ
    Dr Dagli is a great doctor. She listened and answered my questions. She explained my medical condition very well and I trusted her decision about my case.  She spent enough time with me. I also took my little son to her and he really trusted and liked her. She is very good with kids. My son still keeps the little monkey toys she gave to him. He wants to see Dr Dagli again for his dental visit.
    N. in Lawrence, NJ
  • A.M.
    Best dentist I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting and I’ve spent years looking for a good one. Dr.Dagli has exceeded my expectations and she is so great! She goes above and beyond to make sure everything is as perfect as can possibly be. Highly recommended!!
  • E.T.
    It was the first time I visit her practice.Dr. Dagli and her staff are very professional and friendly. Waiting time was also very short. Office was very clean and inviting. Dr. Dagli took time to explain the procedure, address any concerns. She was very gentle and kind not just to the patient but also to her staff. I was very comfortable and pleased with my first visit. It is good to feel that you can trust and be comfortable with your doctor. I will take my family to her too. I highly recommend her! You will like her.

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Ask about the DD Discount Program

The DD Discount Program is a tremendous value and helps you and your family defray the cost of dental care. It's not insurance and is not available if you already have dental insurance. For $229 per year, you get 2 comprehensive oral examinations, 2 thorough cleanings, and annual x-rays,. You will also get 20% off already reduced dental procedures performed by Dagli Dental staff, including examinations, radiographic images, cleanings, fillings, sealants, extractions, appliances, veneers, crowns, bridges, dentures, and more. Each family member (parent, grand-parent, child, grand-child, sibling) may also join for $169 and receive the same benefits.

Veneers, Inlays and Onlays: What's the difference?

Teeth that have become damaged or discolored, but not so severely as to require a crown, can often be treated with a hard, protective coating that is fabricated in a lab. These coatings can be of varying shapes and sizes, and begin with the dentist taking an impression of the damaged tooth, so that the coating is virtually undetectable in appearance and function from your natural teeth. Examples include inlays, onlays, and veneers. Inlays and onlays are used in pre-molars and molars. Both inlays and onlays can be made of different materials, including ceramic, composite, metal-ceramic, and even gold. Inlays are used when the damage is between the cusps of the tooth and filling would no longer be adequate. Onlays are used when the coating must not only cover the area between the cusps, but also one or more cusps themselves. Laminate veneers are ultra-thin shells made to cover the front surface of teeth. They are generally used for aesthetic reasons and can dramatically improve the color, shape, and length of teeth. Made of stain-resistant materials and long lasting, laminate veneers have been used to treat discolored, chipped or worn-down teeth, or teeth that are misaligned or have gaps. If you would like to learn more about whether inlays, onlays, or veneers are right for you, please discuss with Dr. Dagli at your next visit.

Baby teeth: Temporary but IMPORTANT

Parents sometimes make the mistake of minimizing the importance of baby teeth, since they will eventually fall out. Although temporary, baby teeth play a vital role in your child’s health and the development of their adult teeth. Baby teeth help your child speak and chew, and also maintain space in the jaw for the adult teeth that are growing under the gums. Baby teeth also help guide adult teeth into the correct position. If baby teeth are lost too early, the adult teeth might drift towards the open area, into the wrong spot, and make it difficult for other teeth to find room to grow into. Neglected baby teeth can also cause discomfort for your child. That’s why it’s important to start proper cleaning early. For children under 3, start brushing their teeth as soon as they emerge with a tiny amount of toothpaste. For children older than 3, increase the amount of toothpaste to pea-size. You should brush your child’s teeth until you feel comfortable that he or she can properly brush on their own. Remind them to be gentle with the toothbrush not swallow toothpaste!

Replacing missing teeth

Teeth help us chew, speak, and smile. They also affect our face and facial expressions. Not only do missing teeth make it difficult to do those things, but missing teeth can also affect our face and facial expressions. Fortunately, there are options for missing teeth, including implants, bridges, and dentures. Dental Implants are posts that are surgically placed in the upper or lower jaw, and act as an anchor for replacement teeth. They are very strong and stable, however they do required adequate bone to support the implant. The process takes time, because the post is implanted in the bone and the bone actually grows around it, holding it in place. Implants can support crowns, bridges, or dentures, and can last decades. A fixed bridge is a natural-looking replacement for a missing tooth that is held in place by the adjacent teeth. A fixed bridge does not require surgery or implanting into the bone, and costs less than implants. However, a fixed bridge does require that the adjacent teeth on either side of the missing tooth be healthy enough to anchor the bridge. Removal partial dentures and removal full dentures are replacement teeth attached to a plastic base, which is inserted and removed from your mouth. They are usually less expensive than bridges and implants, but they can be less stable and require more time to get accustomed to. Also, the shape of the inside of your mouth may change over time, and this may create gaps between the plastic base and your mouth, so the dentures will need to be adjusted. Regardless of which method is right for you, replacement teeth are a wonderful option to improve your health and make life more enjoyable!

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    Family Dentist Nesrin Dagli provides gentle and compassionate dental care at 2 New Jersey locations in North Brunswick and Moorestown.

    Trick or Treat! It’s that time again when kids (and adults!) can spoil themselves a little. We all have our favorites (mine is Starburst and Skittles!) But let’s make sure all the scary stuff is in costume, and not on your teeth. Here are 12 great tips from the American Dental Association for how to enjoy Halloween treats:

    Halloween Tips | MouthHealthy – Oral Health Information from the ADA

    As always, remember the importance of oral hygiene, including:

    • Brush your teeth twice a day using a soft-bristled brush and fluoride toothpaste.
    • Try to floss everyday.
    • Eat a healthy diet and try to reduce sugary food and drinks.
    • Replace your toothbrush regularly every four months.
    • Schedule regular dental checkups and cleanings.
    • Avoid tobacco use

    Dagli Dental takes pride in being an independently-operated local dentist. We provide personalized, compassionate and gentle care to our patients in New Jersey. Let our family dentist be your family dentist. Whether your visit is for routine cleanings and exams, or restorative care like crowns and dentures, we will treat you with the professionalism and compassion you deserve. If there is ever anything that we do can do to improve your experience, please let us know. When you or your family need a dentist, please visit us at Dagli Dental!

    Family Dentist Nesrin Dagli takes most major insurance. But if you don’t have insurance, don’t fret. We are a CareCredit member, and we also offer the DD Discount Program, an outstanding value for patients without dental insurance. Ask about the DD Discount Program for you and your family at your next visit. We know that crowns, implants, dentures and many other dental services can be costly, so we will work with you to find affordable options.

    Here are some links you may find informative: This is the CDC Covid-19 guidance for dental offices, and here are some tips from the Mayo Clinic for people dealing with Covid-19 at home. If you have any questions, please give us a call!