Meet Our Team
Blanca Soto-Aguilar, DMD
Dr. Soto was born and raised in South Jersey. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Rutgers University, and was trained as a Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She graduated from UMDNJ with high honors.
In her pursuit of post-graduate education, Dr. Soto completed a one year residency at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, NJ. She has been practicing dentistry in Westampton since 2002.
Dr. Soto established Westampton Dental to provide professional, ethical and comprehensive dental health services to the patient community she serves. Her philosophy advocates full body health through the practice of dentistry. Maintaining dental health is paramount to maintaining full body health since many diseases can first manifest in the mouth. She provides a high standard of care, has excellent patient rapport, communicates effectively and is sensitive to the needs of her patients.
Dr. Soto is a member of the American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association and the Southern Dental Society. She is certified to provide Invisalign clear braces to our patients.
She and her husband have two children. The family enjoys going camping and canoeing together in their free time.
Cynthia Nguyen, DMD
Dr. Cynthia Nguyen joined Westampton Dental in the summer of 2017. She grew up in South Jersey and attended Villanova University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. Dr. Nguyen graduated magna cum laude from Temple University’s Kornberg School of Dentistry.
Dr. Nguyen’s education and work experience provide emphasis on preventative and comprehensive care. From a young age, Dr. Nguyen appreciated her dentist’s warm personality and high quality of care. Therefore, she strives to provide comfort to all her patients and to treat everyone like family.
In her free time, Dr. Nguyen enjoys cooking, reading, and traveling to different cities. While on vacation, she likes to visit art museums and local galleries – the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is one of her favorites. Dr. Nguyen also enjoys watching sports, especially Villanova basketball – Go Cats!
Meyer Kleiner, DDS
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Dr. Kleiner followed his dream of becoming a dentist by attending Touro College of Dental Medicine in Westchester, New York. He advanced his education by attending Monmouth Medical Center for a General Practice Residency.
Dr. Kleiner’s specialized training focused on treating medically compromised patients as well as the pediatric population. He believes in bettering the patient’s oral and overall heath through a compassionate and attentive approach to dentistry.
Happily married with four children, Dr. Kleiner loves taking his children for extracurricular activities like ice hockey, arts and gymnastics.
Jennifer Hobbs, DDS
Dr. Jennifer Hobbs is a lifelong resident of South Jersey. She studied biology with a minor in philosophy at St. Josephs University in Philadelphia. She graduated with honors from West Virginia University School of Dentistry in 1997.
For over 20 years, Dr. Hobbs has practiced general dentistry in South Jersey. She strives to make your visit as comfortable and stress free as possible. In addition to her work in private practice, Dr. Hobbs is a public health dentist with Rutgers University. She has passion for working with the underserved and marginalized communities. She also enjoys lecturing and writing on dental topics.
Dr. Hobbs is happily married and has five children that are spread out from South Jersey to the Midwest to London. In her free time, she enjoys playing the harp, 18th century living history reenacting and most of all playing with her yellow lab Oliver.
Christine Shiffer, Head Dental Hygienist
Christine has worked at the practice since 1984. She graduated from Temple University and was honored with the Morris W. Rudnik Award for oral pediatrics. Christine is proud to work with a great team of dental professionals. She enjoys learning about and using state-of-the-art dental technology. Every day, she looks forward to coming to work and seeing her familiar – and new – patients.
In her free time, Christine enjoys gardening, dancing, and watching football. She and her husband, John, who works at NJTPA, have three children. Christine’s mother still lives in town, so the family enjoys getting together on the weekends.