Quality Dental Office - Boulevard Dental Associates Jersey City, NJ 07304

Quality Dental Office in Jersey City, New Jersey 07304


Celebrating our 35th year in practice in the same location we were established in 1986 by Dr. Edmund M. Caruso.

We provide quality family dentistry at affordable fees in Jersey City, New Jersey 07304. Dr. Edmund M. Caruso strongly believes in providing comprehensive full mouth dental care or isolated emergency care for your entire family all under the same roof in one location. Our dental team gives you outstanding value for all your dental needs right here in Jersey City, NJ 07304.

You will be happy and comfortable when you refer your family and friends to Dr. Caruso as 9 out of 10 of our new patients come to us referred by existing patients.

Click here to see why we are the best dentist in Jersey City.

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Our Mission

We strive to provide quality, comprehensive family dental care for all persons that want it.

We will consistently serve you with safe, affordable dental care to the best of our ability.
We will keep our fees fair, reasonable and affordable to all.
We will surpass the standards of care established by the American Dental Association and the federal government.
Our patients expect this, which means we are staying above the minimum level on modern technology and up to date techniques to safely provide quality dentistry.

We will support our qualified staff members and keep them safe and secure by our
utilization of sterilization procedures mandated by the CDC, the Centers of Disease Control.

Our office will offer you a tranquil, non-threatening dental experience to you and your entire family.

Same Day Emergency Appointments

What To Expect

Emergency appointments will include necessary digital x-rays and diagnosis of your dental problems. 

We will then explain what options you have to handle your emergency dental problems comfortably and affordably. 

Your questions will be answered in non-technical language that you can completely understand. 

Then comprehensive, affordable treatment plans for your emergency dental care and options are discussed with your priorities in mind.

                                                Broken dentures can be fixed the same day. Please call or text our office at (201) 434-3819 before 12:00 noon Monday through Friday. 

                                                                  Call or text Dr. Edmund M Caruso at (201) 434-3819 to make an appointment for routine cleaning or special procedures.

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Meet Our Doctor

  • Dr. Edmund M. Caruso

    Dr. Edmund M. Caruso graduated from Rutgers College which is now the Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences, with a degree in biology. He obtained his DMD degree from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – New Jersey Dental School in 1986 which is now known as RUTGERS SCHOOL of DENTAL MEDICINE. 

    He started this practice in this location in 1986 immediately after graduating from dental school.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

I just had an incredible dental experience with Dr. Ed Caruso. This was not a typical situation. In fact it was a dental emergency and I was from out of town to boot. I live in Tennessee and was headed to New Jersey for a big family event. The night before I flew in, I chipped my front tooth. It was not the most attractive looking site and you could imagine how upset I was. I mentioned it to my cousin in town and she suggested that as soon as I landed to call Dr. Caruso. I thought it would be an impossible feat to call a dentist on a Saturday and I wasn’t one of Dr. Caruso’s regular patients but I was in much need of assistance. I decided to text him as soon as I got off the plane and with in minutes he contacted me. He asked me to send him a picture of my chipped tooth. So I did! His response was, “that is pretty easy to fix, meet me in my office and I will repair it for you”. I was amazed! As soon as I got out of the airport I headed to his office. There he was ready to go and before I knew it my tooth was as good as new.As I sat in the dentist chair, I paid very close attention to what he was doing. I was truly impressed. He is clearly passionate about what he does and it shows in his work. Dr. Caruso is a true artist of dentistry. As he went through the process of repairing my tooth, he kept me abreast of the process and checked in with me when needed to make sure I was comfortable. He also cleaned my teeth that same day and I couldn’t believe the difference before and after (yes, he showed me before and after photos). This was a technique I had never seen before called an ultrasonic cleaning.Honestly, after I left his office, I wanted to figure out a way to make my bi yearly visits with him. Dentists are a very personal choice and he is clearly now my first choice. If you are looking for a dentist, Dr. Caruso is the person to see. No need to search for other dentists and read other reviews. Your search is over. Give him a call!


I google a denist because I was in so much pain and my regular denist said he couldn't help me, so I came across Dr Caruso and took my chances with him. He showed so much care in every  single thing he did. I said to myself "why didnt I come across him a long time ago".  He did a root canal on me and he was so precise about every single step. He took time to make sure I was ok. They even called me when I got home to ensure I was ok. Also he takes this pandemic very serious. He sanitize every thing. Maybe even twice.  Lol. I felt very safe in his office. I appreciate him dearly. He even put goggles on you so the light don't bother your eyes.  Very good denist.

Cheryl H.

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