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In 2001 Dr. Labega was promoted to the rank of LtCol and stationed in Germany with his wife and 4 children. There he was in charge of the Military Dental practice in the Seedorf Royal Netherlands Army base. Dr. Labega deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina for his second tour in 2002. This time he was stationed at a Royal Netherlands Army base near the village of Bugojno. In 2004 Dr. Labega volunteered for a tour of duty in Iraq, where he was stationed at an RDA outpost near the city of As-Samawah in central Iraq. Besides treating Royal Netherlands Army troops, Dr. Labega also had the opportunity to treat a small number of U.S. Army soldiers and Blackwater operatives.

I believe that dental medicine is an integral cornerstone of the healthcare profession. Possessing the knowledge and skills to diagnose and treat oral diseases is a great responsibility that has led me to dedicate my professional life to treating such conditions, resolving problems, reversing damage, and restoring teeth and gums to the healthiest possible state. In addition, I help to educate all my patients, providing them with the practical daily guidelines necessary to maintain good oral health. For me, the most exciting part about dentistry is being able to improve a patient’s self-confidence by changing their smile. A beautiful smile transcends all languages.

               We welcome you with warm smiles to our practice!

  ​Our friendly, dedicated, and energetic team is committed to working with you and your family to create a positive experience, every time you visit our practice.

I believe that dental medicine is an integral cornerstone of the healthcare profession. Possessing the knowledge and skills to diagnose and treat oral diseases is a great responsibility that has led me to dedicate my professional life to treating such conditions, resolving problems, reversing damage, and restoring teeth and gums to the healthiest possible state. In addition, I help to educate all my patients, providing them with the practical daily guidelines necessary to maintain good oral health. For me, the most exciting part about dentistry is being able to improve a patient’s self-confidence by changing their smile. A beautiful smile transcends all languages.


Dr. Benjamin Greenstein completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware where he graduated in 2001. He received his DMD from Rutgers School of Dentistry in 2005 and began his periodontal residency at the University of Rochester Medical Center immediately thereafter. He is a member of the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Periodontology. Dr. Greenstein has authored several publications in dental, periodontal and implant literature. He provides the latest non-surgical and surgical treatment to enhance periodontal health. His patients are apprised of periodontal therapeutic options and consideration is always given to patient preferences. In his spare time, Dr. Greenstein enjoys kayaking, mountain biking, drawing, and hiking.


After the December, 2004, Tsunami hit Thailand, Dr. Labega volunteered to travel to Thailand with the Dutch Disaster Victim Identification Team. There he assisted in the identification of Tsunami victims.

During his time in the military, Dr. Labega obtained Dutch Airborne wings after having taken part in parachute training. Dr. Labega was honorably discharged from the Royal Netherlands Army on Oct 1st, 2006. On Oct 2nd 2006, he came to the USA with his wife and four children, and they have been living in South Jersey ever since.

Dr. Labega enjoys reading, lifting weights and running. He is also currently serving as a Dental Officer in the US Army Reserve.


Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies—University of Delaware
Doctorate of Dental Medicine—Rutgers
General Practice Residency at the Jersey City Medical Center
Master in the Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD)



MAGD: To attain Mastership, members must first be Fellows in the AGD. To earn a Fellowship Award, a dentist must earn a minimum of 500 approved continuing dental education credits and pass a comprehensive 400-question examination. Then dentists must earn an additional 600 approved continuing education credits, meeting minimum requirements in certain dental disciplines, of which 400 hours are hands-on courses. Thus, a Master of the AGD has taken a total of 1,100 hours of continuing education. A Master has studied 16 disciplines in dentistry, such as Periodontics, Orthodontics, and Implants.



Academy of General Dentistry
American Orthodontic Society
Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society




I am originally from Florence, NJ, and currently, reside with my wife, Sandy, in Marlton. I enjoy studying world languages, exercising, running on the beach with my dog, Benny, socializing with my family and friends, and traveling abroad when time permits.



Dr. Pukenas has been chosen by his fellow colleagues as one of the best practitioners in the State of New Jersey for five consecutive years. This recognition is based on a poll conducted by New Jersey Monthly Magazine who asked over 6000 dentists in the State who they considered being New Jersey’s best practitioners.