​​​​Suni Bolar DDS  

Dr. Suni Bolar received her D.D.S. degree from the New York University College of Dentistry. She received her specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry from New York University College of Dentistry, graduating at the top of her class.


She is Board Certified in Pediatric Dentistry. She has held prominent teaching positions at New York University College of Dentistry for 5 years, serving as Assistant Clinical Professor, Pediatric Clinic Chief and  Clinical Fellow in the Pediatric Dentistry Department.


She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the New Jersey Academy of Pediatric Dentists and the American Dental Association. Dr. Bolar is married and has two children. 


Her Hobbies include gardening and exhibiting roses at Local, District and National Rose Shows.Her gentle manner and genuine concern for her patients add a special dimension to her 26 years of practical experience.

We provide a full range of Pediatric Dental services for children in our child friendly, state-of-the-art office. We are conveniently located in Somerset, NJ.


Dr. Suni Bolar and her staff are dedicated to quality patient care. They strive for excellence in all that they do. They want to exceed your expectations for service, quality and value in pediatric dental treatment.

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The Office

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents   Spec. # 5120


The Pediatric Dentist

Pediatric dentists have special training in helping children feel secure during dental treatment. Our dental office is designed for children. Our Staff members love children. Most children are calm, comfortable and confident in our pediatric dental office.

Pediatric dentists are trained in many methods to help children feel comfortable with dental treatment.

For example, with the "Tell-Show-Do" technique, we name a dental instrument, demonstrate the instrument by using it to count your child's fingers, then apply the instrument in treatment.

With the modeling technique we let a timid child watch an older cooperative sibling receive dental treatment.

Coaching and parent participation are other possibilities to give your child confidence in dentistry.

But by far the most preferred technique is PRAISE. Every child does something right during a dental visit, and we let children know that.