Welcome to Marinovich Dental

Our philosophy for practicing dentistry is to be trustworthy and accountable. We achieve this by providing exceptional care in a relaxed and friendly environment. To be trustworthy and accountable means that our treatment plans are individualized for each patient. To formulate the right treatment plan requires two things: to listen to each patient, then to give advice to this patient as if he or she is a member of our own family. This means that the care you receive will be based on YOUR needs.

Our intention is that our patients keep their teeth for a lifetime. We know that nothing feels as good as natural teeth. We believe that your level of care and quality of care is best when it is provided by the same dentist and the same hygienist at each and every visit. Drs. Sue and John are the only dentists at Marinovich Dental. We enjoy getting to know our patients and developing long term relationships. Consistency, experience and a caring environment are what our patient experience. It has been our pleasure to serve our patients and our community for the past 20 years.



Marinovich Dental is a practice that has been built around families in the Trenton area. We know that healthy teeth, gums and jaws are important for every member of the family and we treat our patients with the same compassion that we would want for our own family members.... » READ MORE


If you are looking for personalized cosmetic dentistry in Trenton, you have come to the right place. We will help restore the natural beauty of your smile while maintaining the health and functionality of your teeth. We want you to smile with confidence... » READ MORE


At Marinovich Dental, we understand that losing one or more teeth can have a major impact on the shape of your mouth, the appearance of your smile and the feel and function of your remaining teeth... » READ MORE


According to recent studies, over 20 percent of the population is nervous or even terrified about going to the dentist. At Marinovich Dental, we understand that many people are fearful or anxious about dental procedures.... » READ MORE


When you chew, swallow, speak and yawn, you are using joints and muscles called temporomandibular joints or TMJ. They are located on either side of your head, just in front of your ears. These joints are considered... » READ MORE


Root canal therapy is necessary when the bundle of blood vessels, nerves and tissues, called the pulp, in a tooth becomes infected from decay, injury or inflammation. A severe bacterial infection, such as a large cavity, can greatly damage... » READ MORE

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