Dentist Sayreville Parlin NJ Helps Community Children & Family with Dental Care

Dr. Mariana Blagoev has been helping the local community for many years. She has been featured on various news networks in light of her achievements. As an experienced dentist, Dr. Blagoev does more than just dental work with the many events that she organizes.

Parlin, United States - October 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

In a recent interview with Doctor Relations, Dr. Mariana Blagoev explained how her approach to dental care in Parlin, NJ has made all the difference in her career. She highlighted that her concern for patients’ well-being goes beyond her dental clinic. Her involvement with the community for the past 20 years, as well as her expertise, are the primary reasons why she was featured on National News networks such as FOX and CBS.

During the interview, Dr. Blagoev expressed her obvious sense of fulfillment and said that this approach has opened many new doors for her. The Parlin dentist has grabbed many opportunities to extend a helping hand to the residents. In responding to those needs, she has seen many lives transformed, not just through better smiles, but also when other immediate needs are met.

Dr. Blagoev is a well-respected dentist and has gone through extensive training in all major areas of dentistry, including cosmetics and pediatric dentistry. She graduated top of her class at the University of Detroit Mercy’s School of Dentistry in Michigan. This earned her the Jefferson Dental Study Group Merit Award and The Diploma for Academic Excellency. She could easily just focus on her area of expertise, but chose a more empathetic approach to meet her patients’ needs.

An example of her charitable efforts is her recent campaign to help feed the hungry, one activity in which Dr. Blagoev is involved every year. “It is always so fulfilling to take a frontline position in addressing the needs of the community in practical ways,” she said.

“As a specialist in the dental profession, I believe it is important to show concern for people’s overall wellness. Inviting people to be part of the process is even more exciting,” she added.

The current community campaign to feed the hungry involves selfies and it can be found here: http://doctorsrelations.com/dentist-parlin-nj/smile/

Some of her charitable efforts include food drives, coat drives and free dental days. She has also been involved in bringing the community together to appreciate local heroes that often go unnoticed. This had the effect of encouraging the people that go out of their way to assist others to keep at it. She believes that this double-edged approach is the secret to her success.

Bright Smiles Dental has in the past been featured on the South Amboy Sayreville Times as the Business of the Month. The clinic offers a vast range of dental services, including oral surgery, whitening, periodontics as well as emergency dental services. Dr. Blagoev and her staff are committed to offering patients the best possible experience at every dental appointment.

To learn more about the services offered by Bright Smiles Dental, visit http://brightsmilesdental.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Mariana Blagoev
Organization: Bright Smiles Dental – Dr. Mariana Blagoev
Address: 1145 Bordentown Avenue, Parlin, NJ 08859, United States
Phone: +1-732-721-3512

For more information, please visit http://brightsmilesdental.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 253219

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