About Roy M. Rosen, DDS
Useful and time-saving info about our dental practice
We’re a general and cosmetic dental practice that strives to restore and enhance the natural beauty of your smile. Through a combination of conservative procedures and state-of-the-art dental technology we can help you achieve the beautiful, long-lasting smile that you desire. Walk-ins are always welcome and emergencies are seen immediately!
Your first visit to Roy M. Rosen, DDS
A patient’s first visit to our office will typically consist of a consultation to explain the diagnosis and discuss treatment options. In many cases, treatment will be provided immediately following the consultation, however those patients with complex medical histories or treatment plans may require a second appointment at which treatment will be provided.
Before any procedure requiring anesthetic, it is important to alert staff members if you have a medical condition that may be of concern. These may include heart disease, high blood pressure, artificial heart valves and joints, diabetes, rheumatic fever, etc. Also please let us know if you are on any medication that may affect the procedure (i.e. heart medications, aspirin, blood thinners, etc.) or if you require medication before dental cleanings (i.e. antibiotics premedication.)
At your first appointment, you will be asked to provide as much of your medical history as possible. This may include things such as a referral slip from another doctor and any dental X-rays in your possession, a current list of medications you are taking, and completed medical or dental insurance forms (if applicable). This helps us avoid unnecessary delay when processing dental insurance claims.
Please note: A parent or guardian must accompany patients under 18 during their first visit to our office.
New patient forms
Below you will find our downloadable patient forms, which are available for you to print out and complete at your own connivence. Then, either fax them to us at (248) 557-6675 or bring them with you during your first visit or appointment to our office.
- New Patient Packet (PDF)
We accept most major dental insurance providers!
We will help to maximize your insurance reimbursements, as well as send you a monthly statement regarding your account. Remember that insurance companies will typically respond within four to six weeks, so please call our office at (248) 559-1559 if your insurance payment has not appeared on your statement in that time. The remaining balance(s) after insurance payment is the patient’s responsibility, and we thank you in advance for promptly meeting your obligations.
Options for a monthly payment plan are available, but must be arranged prior to your procedure or through CareCredit®.
Please remember that patients are ultimately responsible for their fees incurred, regardless of insurance coverage.
Our team is available to answer and assist you with questions regarding your account, so please contact us at (248) 559-1559. Don’t hesitate to make the call, as we can often help clear up simple misunderstandings.
CareCredit financing options and monthly payment plans
We take pride in delivering the finest dental care while keeping the costs to our patients as reasonable as possible, as such, our policy is that payment is due at the time service is rendered unless other arrangements have previously been made.
For your convenience we accept the following credit cards: Visa, Discover, MasterCard, and American Express. We also offer dental financing plans through CareCredit.
With CareCredit, there are never any application fees, annual fees, or prepayment penalty fees and, approval decisions are instantaneous. You can also use CareCredit for all your future needs without reapplying. Credit lines in excess of $25,000 are available (based on credit approval). CareCredit offers flexible and practical monthly payment plan.
- Their Interest Free Payment Plans only require a monthly minimum payment totaling 3% of the balance. Pay the full balance within the specified timeframe and the deferred interest will be waived.
- For those who would prefer small monthly installments and more time to pay, CareCredit also offers an extended payment plan option. With CareCredit’s extended payment plans, treatment can be financed for up to 5 years with low interest rates and low monthly installments.