Rogler Family Dentistry is a Long Valley based family dentist practice that treats patients of all ages. We are committed to delivering the highest quality dental care and do so using state-of-the-art dental equipment. We are a cosmetic dentist that offers services like checkups, teeth cleaning, crowns, veneers and more.
We also perform emergency dentist services that include bonding, root canals, crowns, and bridges. As a local dentist, we create lifelong relationships with our patients and their families and work to ensure that they receive treatments in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Ralph E. Rogler, DMD and our staff invite you to schedule an appointment by calling 908-850-0506 and experience why our patients think Rogler Family Dentistry is the best dentist in Long Valley.
Meet The Doctor
Ralph E. Rogler, DMDDoctor of Medicine in Dentistry
- Graduated from the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
- Captain in the Dental Corps of the United States Air Force for two years.
- Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
- Extensive experience in hospital dentistry as former Chief of Dental Services.
- Recipient of the Fellowship Award from the Academy of General Dentistry for outstanding achievement in dental education.
- Named as the best dentist in Long Valley by the residents through the Long Valley Patch Readers Choice in 2012.
More About Dr. Rogler:
As a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Rogler’s experience includes two years of practice as a Captain in the United States Air Force, past Chief of Dentistry of a hospital dental service and 25 years in private practice.
Dr. Rogler received the Fellowship Award from the Academy of General Dentistry for outstanding achievement in continuing dental education.
Dr. Rogler’s present professional appointments include Visiting Assistant Professor at the New Jersey University of Medicine and Dentistry. He was a past Clinical Instructor at Fairleigh Dickinson University, School of Dentistry.
Dr. Rogler is a member of the American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association, and TriCounty Dental Association.
The Consumers Research Council of America selected Dr. Rogler as one of America’s Top Dentists in 2009.
Our office accepts most insurance plans and will assist you in obtaining the maximum benefit. We will file the claims for you.
Yes, as a home office, we have convenient office hours daily, evening, and Saturday. We are happy to tailor your appointment ties to fit into your own personal schedules.
Yes, our home office gives us the ability to be uniquely available to treat emergencies at all times. In addition, we have extensive experience in treating all family dental emergencies.
As a family practice, we love treating children who find that our soft and warm approach makes their dental visits enjoyable with a desire to return again.
Debbie, our dental hygienist, is especially skillful in making children feel comfortable through her empathetic and caring approach.
The ZOOM! Chairside Whitening System is a scientifically advanced, patent pending, tooth whitening procedure.
It is safe, effective, and fast, very fast. In just 45 minutes your teeth will become dramatically whiter, making it ideal for anyone looking for immediate results and the perfect choice for the busy individual.
ZOOM! Tooth Whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure, well established for its safety when under the supervision of a dentist. During the procedure, patients may comfortably watch television or listen to music. The ZOOM! Tooth Whitening procedure results in an average whitening improvement of eight shades.
Pain from sensitive teeth is not always constant, it can come and go. Constant pain could be a sign of a more serious problem. It is important to discuss your symptoms with your dentist to determine the cause and proper treatment.
In health teeth, porous tissue called dentin is protected by your gums and by your teeth’s hard enamel.
Microscopic holes in the dentin, called tubules, connect to the nerve, triggering pain when irritated by certain foods and beverages.
Dentin can become exposed by receding gums, fractured or chipped teeth, clenching or grinding your teeth, abrasion from improper brushing on erosion due to the aging process.
Depending on the diagnosis, your dentist may recommend one or more of the following treatments to relieve the symptoms of sensitive teeth:
- a soft bristle toothbrush
- a fluoride rinse or gel
- a desensitizing toothpaste
Tooth enamel is hard, yet porous. Plaque on the surface of your teeth can produce acids that seep into the pores (rods) of the enamel and break down its internal structure. Plaque is a sticky, colorless deposit of bacteria that is constantly forming on the tooth’s surface.
The process of breakdown is called demineralization which can create a weak spot on the surface of the tooth that may become a cavity if left untreated.
Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay by slowing the breakdown of enamel and speeding up the remineralization process. The new enamel/crystals that form are harder, larger, and more resistant to the acid produced by the plaque.
Common sources of fluoride are fluoridated drinking water, toothpaste, and mouth rinse. Your dentist may recommend a high concentration of a daily fluoride gel.
Since plaque begins forming on teeth 4-12 hours after brushing, it is important to brush at least twice a day and floss daily.
About Our Team
Debbie RoglerDental Hygienist
- Graduate of the Fairleigh Dickinson University of Dentistry as a dental hygienist.
- Extensive experience in dental assisting and office management, including obtaining maximization utilization of insurance benefits.
Lynn FinocchiDental Hygienist
- Graduate of the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania as a dental hygienist.
- Over 25 years of experience in private practice.