Your Whitehouse Station NJ Dentist and Orthodontist.

At Lasting Smiles of Whitehouse Station, our team is dedicated to maintaining your oral health and enhancing your smile. Visiting our dental office doesn’t need to be an anxious or uncomfortable situation. Our friendly staff of hygienists, oral surgeons and dentists strive to make your visit as painless and pleasant as possible.

Lasting Smiles of Whitehouse Station is committed to maximizing your comfort from the moment you arrive at our welcoming facility until your recovery is complete.

At our family dentistry, we provide our full suite of services to patients of all ages, from children to seniors. We offer a wide range of dental services including routine painless  dental cleaning ,  dental surgery , and  cosmetic dentistry  procedures. We’re also on call 24/7 in case you require  emergency dental care  in Whitehouse Station, Tewksbury, and Lebanon.

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Meet Dr. Thomas Gulino

Born in Hudson County way back before dirt was invented. Moved to Jackson, NJ at 3 years old and graduated from Jackson Memorial High School way back when. 

He began playing soccer at 6 years old and became a referee at 15 years old, and continued for 43 years. Don’t do the math! Dr. G referred for the NASL Cosmos at Giants Stadium, and also had the privilege to referee 3 games in Europe (Denmark). He also refereed at many Eastern Regional Tournaments and in the 90’s for the Olympic Development Program.

Dr. G attended the University Of Miami, graduating with a BS in Biology and a double minor in Chemistry and History. Following that, Dr. G attended the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ graduating with his DMD degree. Dr. G then went directly into private practice. In addition to the many continuing education courses he has attended, Dr. G received his certificate of participation in the 10 month long Implant Dentistry course in 1994.

Dr. G closed his practice in Clark in 2017, tried retirement and then came back to dentistry at Whitehouse Station in 2019.