New Patients

We welcome new patients of all ages! This page provides information about the administrative side of our office. If you have any questions, please call us at 908.355.0300.

Registration Forms

If you have a computer and printer, save some time by downloading and completing these registration forms before your first visit. Simply bring the forms with you, and we’ll expedite your registration. Alternately, you can arrive 15 minutes early to complete the forms in our office.

Appointments

We have a patients first policy. To keep that focus, we need your help. When we schedule your appointment, we reserve time especially for you with the appropriate staff and supplies to meet your needs. As you know, last minute changes can cause disruption for many people. Should need to reschedule, please provide us at least a 24 hours’ notice and call us during our business hours to avoid inconveniences. This will also allow us to give the time to another patient in need and find another appointment for you that better suits your schedule. We appreciate your understanding and promise to always provide the quality time and care you and your family deserve.

Dental Insurance

Please bring your dental insurance card to your appointment. Our front office team has extensive experience working with insurance companies, and they will submit your claim as a courtesy. Please prepare to pay your portion of the bill before you leave our office. If, after your insurance company pays, there is a balance, we’ll adjust your account accordingly and notify you of the amount due. We are network providers for Delta Dental Premier.

Payment & Financing

You may pay your balance by cash, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa. We do not accept personal checks. Large treatment plans may be financed interest FREE or at a reasonable interest rate through one of these reputable companies:

  • CareCredit Logo
  • Chase Health Advance
  • Citi Cards
  • Springstone Plan
  • Dental Loans

Emergency Dental Care

The nature of an emergency is that it happens unexpectedly. If you or your loved ones experience a severe toothache, mouth injury, tooth loss, or tooth damage, call our Elizabeth dental office immediately for assistance. In many cases, emergencies can be avoided by attending six-month checkups and cleanings, then following through with restorative treatment when necessary. Regular daily brushing and flossing also help. At your next visit, ask our hygienist how you can reduce your risk for toothaches and dental emergencies.

Postoperative Care Instructions

These brief notes will let you know what to expect following your dental procedure in our Elizabeth office.

If you live in Union County (Union, Roselle Park, Springfield, Summit), visit our Elizabeth dental office. Schedule your family’s checkups, consultations, or second-opinion dental visits at our Elizabeth office  by calling (908) 355-0300. However, we have lots of patients coming to our office from far away like: Atlantic City; New York City; Upstate NY; Providence, RI; Maryland; Boston, MA and Florida.

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