Madison, NJ (August 27, 2015) – Madison dentist, Dr. Allison M. Adams of Adams Dental, has been chosen by NJ Monthly Magazine for the sixth year in a row as one of their Top Dentists of the Year.
The magazine sends surveys to all of the dentists in the state to determine whom they would choose to treat themselves or refer a family member. This year, the list was comprised of 603 dentists out of the state’s 6,542 New Jersey dentists. Dr. Adams is one of 20 dentists who is on the professional advisory board for the survey.
“Changing the perception of dentistry requires radical thinking, an exceptional approach to patient care and the desire to look beyond teeth” says Dr. Allison Adams of her practice philosophy. “I’m honored that my peers recognize the combination of skill and service that my team and I are able to give patients”, states Dr. Adams, who practices on Kings Road with her associate, Dr. Celine Lee.
With an emphasis on treating the whole person rather than just the problem, Dr. Adams and her team are focused on overall health and prevention. A general dentist, Dr. Adams provides comprehensive cosmetic, implant and orthodontic dental care for children and adults. Her thorough and integrated approach to dentistry also includes minimally invasive and preventive dentistry, Invisalign® and Damon® Clear braces. Dr. Adams incorporates advanced technology including air abrasion, digital X-rays, laser dentistry, saliva testing for gum disease and noninvasive screenings for oral cancer.
As a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, she is trained in counseling patients with sleep apnea and provides customized appliances to eliminate snoring and sleep apnea. Dr. Adams works with an integrated team of physicians and physical therapists to offer solutions to pain and disease. Sleep apnea patients eliminate their use of CPAP through the office’s myofunctional therapy and Buteyko breathing programs.
Also nominated as a Favorite Kids’ Doc for the past 4 years in New Jersey Family magazine, Dr. Adams is attentive to children’s growth and development. Her team recognizes how allergies, asthma, difficulty with speech and enlarged tonsils can influence jaw development and tooth position in children, and work to address it as early as possible in order to make life long health and cosmetic changes.
This UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School graduate credits her remarkable team with the office’s success. Guided by a commitment to excellence, integrity, teamwork, positivity and service to others, the practice continues to change patients’ perception of dentistry.