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New Oral Surgery Patient Information – Roslyn, NY

Getting Ready for
an Enjoyable First Visit

A lot of people are nervous about visiting an oral surgeon for the first time, but we want you to know that we’re excited to get to know you better, and we can’t wait to welcome you to the family. We know how much first impressions matter, so we’ve taken the time to outline some of the basic information that you need to be aware of in order to have a great first visit at our Roslyn oral surgery office. Have a question that isn’t addressed here? Call today and let us know.


Your First Visit

Your first appointment will most likely be spent discussing the current state of your oral health, what you hope to accomplish with your treatment, and what the next best steps are. We may take scans of your mouth in order to get a full picture of your oral health, and we’ll ask you to describe your concerns to us in as much detail as possible. We won’t start planning the next step of surgery until you fully understand what is going to happen and how much it will cost.

New Patient Forms

We need to learn as much as possible about your current oral and overall health. There are a lot of variables to consider when planning oral surgery, and the information we gather in the beginning makes the process easier. Please fill out the provided new patient forms completely. Don’t be afraid to ask our team for help if there’s anything you don’t understand on the forms; we’re always happy to clear up any confusion so that you can get the paperwork taken care of and move on to the next phase of the process.

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Post-Op Instructions

Here you’ll find post-op instructions for many of the procedures that we offer at our Roslyn oral surgery office. Sometimes you need to take certain steps to prepare for oral surgery, and you can almost always expect to need to make specific accommodations after the procedure in order to help your mouth heal with as little discomfort as possible. These are some general instructions that you can expect to be given; you may also receive additional instructions if you have any specific needs that must be met.

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Patient Portal

Our online portal makes it easier to complete important paperwork, keep track of billing, see upcoming scheduled appointments, and much more! Just click the button below to log in. If you're not sure how to get set up or if you experience any issues with the portal, please let our team know so that we can assist you. We enjoy being able to make the patient care experience as simple and stress-free as possible!  

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Dental & Medical Insurance

Oral surgery is considered both a medical procedure and a dental procedure, which means some treatments may fall under the domain of medical insurance while others are covered by dental insurance. We are happy to file claims for patients PPO and Union plans, and every effort will be made to maximize your benefits. Our team can explain different aspects of your coverage in case there’s anything that you are unclear about regarding the entire process.

Financing Available

You may have reservations about fitting the cost for oral surgery into your budget, but a trustworthy third-party financing plan can make paying for the treatment much less of a hassle. Click below to apply for a low-to-no-interest CareCredit plan. CareCredit will cover the cost of your care, and you can pay it back in a series of monthly installments. There are several plans to choose from, so check them carefully to see which one best fits your situation.

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