Dr. Vincent M. Foring received his B.S. in Biology from Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ and his D.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated with Honors in Clinical Dentistry, and is a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Dr. Foring has taken over 350 hours of training specifically regarding implants. He has passed the written fellowship exam for the AAID and is in the process of completing the oral examination to become a fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
Dr. Foring is a general dentist who has focused his efforts in the area of implant dentistry. While implants are not a recognized area of specialty in dentistry, Dr. Foring has focused on this in order to help people in the Monmouth County area to afford dental implant treatment.
Dental Implants are often underutilized due to price, and we feel this simply should not be the case. Access to care includes creating ways for people to afford the care as well.
Dr. Foring has always been passionate about implant dentistry and has been placing implants from the time he graduated dental school. He has a multitude of experience and knowledge in utilizing implants to restore the mouth. He utilizes CBCT technology to eliminate any guesswork when placing implants. This allows him to place implants exactly where they should be for each individual patient. As a general dentist, Dr. Foring is skilled at envisioning how the restoration should ideally look, which guides him during surgery, so that the implant can look as natural as possible. This is called a restorative driven approach, and is key for aesthetics in implant dentistry.
The Oakhurst dental office of Dr. Vincent Foring is comprised of four dedicated staff members, each with their own expertise. We select only the best and most skilled team members to serve our patients and their families at our Oakhurst Dental Implant Center. Our staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and highly efficient. They are always available to answer all of your questions and address any concerns that may arise before, during, or after a visit.