Find a Jersey Choice Top Dentist

We asked 6,937 New Jersey dentists to tell us which of their fellow dentists they consider New Jersey’s best practitioners. The result: Our 2022 list of the state’s 565 Top Dentists, as chosen by their peers. View our MethodologyFAQ and Professional Advisory Board.

Scott Gersch, DMD

About Scott Gersch

With a 40-plus-years legacy of excellence, this team combines advanced technology with a caring approach. Drs. Gersch, Gersch and Rossignol get to know every patient personally, while their friendly, experienced staff makes everyone feel at home. The team treats all ages of children, teens and adults, and multiple generations, believing early diagnosis and a non-extraction philosophy are essential.

Gersch Orthodontics and Cranford Orthodontics are the region’s largest Invisalign® and Invisalign Teen® practices, having treated more than 4,000 cases. Elite Top 1% Diamond Plus Invisalign Providers, they also offer lingual braces and self-ligating braces with clear and colorful appliances. Their modern, inviting offices offer digital impressions and imaging, leading to shorter treatment times and fewer visits. Evening and weekend appointments are available for busy families.

Dr. Rossignol, who joined this team in 2014, says, “I’m delighted to be a partner in this family-oriented practice and contribute to its reputation of outstanding care.” The board-certified orthodontist graduated from Harvard University School of Dental Medicine and completed specialty training at Columbia University College of Dental Medicine. She serves on Columbia Orthodontic Alumni Society’s executive board.

Past president of the New Jersey Orthodontic Association and nationally recognized Invisalign expert, Dr. Stanley Gersch directs NYU’s Invisalign program. Dr. Scott Gersch, a diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, researches the impact of orthodontics on patients’ psychological well-being. “Our greatest reward is seeing patients’ confidence grow as we create generations of dazzling smiles,” he says.