Meet Dr. Jason Rosenfeld

As a father, Dr. Jason understands the concern of parents and children. At our pediatric dental office, we focus on preventive care to help each child develop a healthy smile that will last a lifetime. We believe that this can be achieved through education about oral hygiene, nutrition, and a coordinated approach between parents and the dental team.

Compassion for our patients and parents dictates our standard of care. We try to reduce the anxiety and concerns of both the parent and the patient. Communication and sharing of information is a vital component to the pediatric dental experience. We strive to make each visit effective and fun!

Education

Dr. Jason Rosenfeld’s practice specializes in the dental care of infants, children, teens, and special-needs patients and has practiced in the Kinnelon/Butler area for nearly 20 years. Dr. Jason is a native New Yorker who graduated from Washington University with cum laude honors. He was elected to the Sigma Xi Scientific Honors Society, the Thurtene Honor and Leadership Society, and the Mortar Board Honor and Leadership Society.

Dr. Jason received his Doctorate of Medical Dentistry from the Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry at Boston University. He was president of the Alpha Omega Fraternity and received the volunteer recognition award from Bridge over Troubled Waters, where he worked with troubled teenagers. Dr. Jason completed additional training in the University of Connecticut pediatric dental residency program, where he was chosen as chief resident in his second year.

Dr. Jason is a clinical attending physician at Columbia University’s St. Luke’s/Roosevelt Hospital. With the assistance of our in-house general anesthesiologist, Dr. Gorden Barnes, Dr. Jason treats special-needs and phobic patients who sometimes need extensive dental treatment under general anesthesia.

Professional Affiliations

In the Community

Dr. Jason is very committed to his practice and the community. He has twice served as president of the Passaic County Dental Society and is currently the chairman of Children’s Dental Health Month, an outreach program for children in the community that teaches preventive oral health care.

Dr. Jason and his staff participate in Give Kids a Smile and donate their time to community children who do not have access to routine dental care.

Dr. Jason received the NJDA President Recognition Award for exceptional service to the community and the state. He also participated with Healing the Children, a program that sends doctors to treat children in third-world countries on a volunteer basis. Dr. Jason participated in the identification of victims at the Bellevue Hospital morgue in New York City after 9/11.

Dr. Jason and his staff were voted one of New Jersey’s Favorite Kids Docs by N.J. Family Magazine three years in a row!

He has also been voted Top Pediatric Dentist by Top Dentists in New Jersey!