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We offer a wide variety of dental treatments and procedures from preventative care to all types of restorationsand cosmetic treatments all under one roof.

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About our Practice

With over thirty years in dentistry, you will experience unsurpassed quality and professionalism when it comes to your treatment.

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Advanced Dental Center

Paul S. Gabin, DMD FAGD

From childhood Dr. Gabin always wanted to be a dentist. He loved the idea of fixing things and helping people and the challenge of figuring out the problem and finding the solution. Born in Bayonne, Dr. Gabin attended Temple University and graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He served 2 years in the Air Force as a general dental officer. He was additionally trained in oral surgery at Wilford Hall Air Force Hospital and served as the base oral surgeon at Kelly AFB for 9 months. Dr. Gabin spent the remaining time rotating in the other dental specialties. Following the Air Force, Dr. Gabin returned to his home state of NJ and entered private practice. Secaucus has been his practice home since 1976. He is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, as well as a member of the American Dental Association. Dr. Gabin has served on the State Dental Society Council on Dental Education and has presented clinics at the NJDA annual meeting in cosmetic dentistry. He has taught graduate dentists at the Jersey City Medical Center. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, his wife Joan, two sons and their wonderful spouses and even more fun, the 4 grandchildren and 1 granddog. When I can you will find me playing golf and seeing the world as much as I can. When asked if there is any thing else he would rather do his answer would be " After more than 35 years of being a dentist, if I won the lottery I would still practice dentistry but as a hobby."