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NJ Top Dentist Practice, Garden State Smiles Continues To Expand Footprint in New Jersey

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Garden State Smiles continues to expand its footprint in New Jersey, adding a 5th location and cutting edge technology. This practice and NJ Top Dentist, Dr. Vlad Detinich continues to receive awards and praise.

SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. (PRWEB) October 02, 2020

Garden State Smiles, a multi-location dental practice in New Jersey led by reviewed and approved NJ Top Dentist, Dr. Vlad Detinich, continues to expand its footprint. Currently serving patients in Monmouth, Ocean, Mercer and Middlesex counties, Garden State Smiles now has 5 convenient office locations in Hamilton, Toms River, Matawan, North Brunswick and Brick, with plans to add more locations soon.

“We’re not just your average dental office”, says NJ Top Dentist, Dr. Detenich, founder and CEO of the company. “We started out with a really simple goal in mind: To provide our patients with an amazing dental experience with every single visit to our offices”. Providing all dental

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Practice food safety in the garden

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“When the world wearies… there is always the garden.” -Minnie Aumonier



a piece of broccoli in a garden: Good hygiene, sanitation of equipment, and proper storage and preparation of your harvest will ensure a great fall gardening season.


© Nanee Khounphixay
Good hygiene, sanitation of equipment, and proper storage and preparation of your harvest will ensure a great fall gardening season.

As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re learning how to slow down and find joy in new hobbies and socially distanced activities.

For many of us, this involves restoring the old, weedy garden or starting one up for the first time. And whether you’ve been gardening for years or you’re a complete newbie, it’s always rewarding to watch your plants grow into fresh ingredients for a home cooked meal.

When you think “home-grown,” you probably think fresh, organic, and clean. But we often forget to treat our plants like what they are — food. This means that yes, food safety principles apply to your home garden. And if we have learned anything from the pandemic,

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