At our family practice, we provide personalized care to all of our patients. We offer many in-house treatments so that you and your family can depend on our team of specialists for your oral healthcare needs. With each visit, you will get to know Dr. Nikita Pastagia and our orthodontist, Dr. Ranu Sinha. We use up-to-date dental equipment to ensure that you receive the most advanced service possible. Furthermore, our team provides convenient and comfortable dental care to residents here in Shrewsbury, New Jersey and surrounding towns such as Red Bank, Little Silver, Oceanport, Tinton Falls, and Eatontown. 


With our specialists here at Shrewsbury Dental Group, Dr. Nikita Pastagia and her associates are able to offer truly comprehensive care. Your every need is addressed when you visit our practice. Dr. Pastagia and Dr. Sinha work to build trust with every patient in a comfortable environment. Our friendly and attentive team develops personal relationships with patients and are always excited to welcome new patients. We would love to have you as part of our dental family, so visit us today for caring service!

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  • Dr.
    Nikita Pastagia

    Dr. Pastagia comes from a very loving and supporting family. She would like to credit each of her family members who believed in her, and supported her throughout 10 years of dental education as she worked to become a successful professional. Read More

  • Dr.
    Ranu Sinha

    Dr. Sinha is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University where she graduated magna cum laude. She received her dental degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University, School of Dentistry and received a certificate in Graduate Studies in Orthodontics from Boston University, Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine.Read More


    The Doctor and Staff are very Professional and Gentle. And the office is very clean and stunning.

    - Anonymous

    I haven’t had any restorative work completed as yet but feel the dynamics of the office is excellent.

    - Ruth

    Very nice and clean environment. Employees are happy and helpful. My niece has no problems coming here. That should say a lot for a dentist

    - Emily D

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  • Root Canal Treatment

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