Dr. Najwa Jaber

Dr. Najwa Jaber


As the sole owner of Smile For Me, Dr. Najwa Jaber is able to reach out to patients in ways not often practiced by conventional dental centers. Taking pride in creating healthy smiles from within, she combines the art of cosmetic dentistry with an array of complimentary services focusing on general and preventive care. She meets her patients’ individual needs through education, guidance, and ongoing support.


Six years after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Dr. Jaber returned to school to realize her passion for health. In 1999, she graduated from The New York University College of Dentistry earning the degree of Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS).


Dr. Najwa Jaber’s multicultural background exposed her at an early age to communities deprived of adequate care and a healthy environment. Fluent in Arabic, English, and French, conversant in Farsi, Spanish, and Wolof (Senegalese dialect), Najwa’s ability to communicate with vast and varied audiences expands her natural sense of compassion across diverse cultures.


Personal Life:

When not in the office, she enjoys cooking and hosting family and friends, also enjoys walking the boardwalk, swimming, dancing and traveling. Dr. Najwa Jaber is the proud mother of three loving children.

Dr. Najwa Jaber also offers her dental services to the non-profit organizations 180 Turning Lives Around and Donated Dental Services. In addition, Dr. Najwa Jaber reaches out to members of her extended community, serving the underprivileged, senior citizens, and many of those who desire a health advocate.

Her Articles

Foods that are Worst for your Teeth

In the previous article, we listed the foods that are good for healthy teeth. In this article, we’ll discuss the worst foods that we should avoid! Well, your food choices not only affect your body but your teeth as well. In fact, your teeth are the first to come into contact with what you eat and drink. 

Foods that are Good for Your Teeth

Teeth are both functional and aesthetic. Other than helping us chew food properly and pronounce words correctly, they also contribute to our overall appearance. A healthy smile is an asset that needs to be cared for.

Granted, regular visits to the dentist to perform corrective measures on your teeth helps. Yet, there are preventive measures that we should practice in the care of our teeth.

Make your next dental teeth cleaning less painful

Teeth cleaning appointments are some of the most dreaded appointments that people have indicated on their list of fears. Many end up asking is deep cleaning painful? Or does dental teeth cleaning hurt? Yes, it does, but it is all dependent on how well you take care of your teeth. In this article, we have included the best tips to make your next teeth cleaning less painful!