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Craig L. Menker, a Warren, NJ physician/pediatric health professional has been selected by "New Jersey Family" for NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs in the category : Pediatric.

WARREN, N.J., Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New Jersey Family, the essential source for NJ moms, has published its 5th annual list of NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs and is happy to announce that Warren's Craig L. Menker has been selected through its parent nomination process for the annual recognition.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140207/DC61165)

New Jersey Family's 2013 listing was published in the December 2013 issue of New Jersey Family magazine and on its website njfamily.com. It includes over 800 of New Jersey's favorite pediatric doctors, dentists, speech/language therapists, and many other professionals, who work hard to keep kids healthy. Being included on the list is like having a trusted word-of-mouth referral from good friends.

About Craig L. Menker: a short profile by and about the honoree:

Dr. Menker is a graduate of the prestigious Boston University Graduate Orthodontic Program. He is a certified Incognito lingual braces specialist and an Invisalign preferred provider. Dr. Menker has been creating perfect smiles in central New Jersey since 1991.

New Jersey Family magazine had this to say about Craig L. Menker's inclusion in their annual recognition: "New Jersey is home to a huge number of excellent pediatric healthcare professionals. Being nominated for NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs means this professional stands out as truly exceptional in the eyes of a very important constituency: the parents. We thank all the parents who submitted over two thousand nominations and heart warming stories, and we owe our congratulations to Craig L. Menker. Thank you for your dedication to kids' health."

To find out more or to contact Craig L. Menker of Warren, NJ, call 908-756-6006, or visit menkerbraces.com.

This press release was written by American Registry, LLC and New Jersey Family with approval by and/or contributions from Craig L. Menker and was distributed by PR Newswire, a subsidiary of UBM plc.

New Jersey Family's passion and purpose is to be the essential source for NJ moms on everything about parenting in New Jersey. We are committed to excellence in all we do. A professional's inclusion in NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs 2013 does not imply endorsement by New Jersey Family; it is a parent-to-parent-referral resource only. Learn more at http://www.njfamily.com.

American Registry, LLC, recognizes excellence in top businesses and professionals. For more information, search The Registry™ at http://www.theamericanregistry.com.

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Phone: 908-756-6006
Email Address: info@menkerbraces.com
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