Dr. Rosenblatt is the least ethical dentist I've ever been the patient of. She performs procedures intentionally that are not covered by insurance, that require additional payments -- without prior consent. My insurance company told me 2 procedures were not standard practice and completely unnecessary. The endodontist is her employee and therefore she financially benefits from referrals. Her staff is extremely rude. Save yourself the trouble and find another dentist who actually cares about the well being of his/her patients.
0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
This was a great first time experience.The office is clean and the staff is very friendly. Gabriela did my cleaning and was especially helpful in answering all of my questions. I will be sure to recommend to my family and friends.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Dr. Rosenblatt is definitely one of the best dentist Ive seen. I will recommend the Smile Spa of New Jersey to everyone. The staff was amazing and everyone greeted me with a warm welcoming smile, that made my nervousness settle down. I look forward to make future appointments.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
I have gone to the smile spa about 5 or 6 visits now, and I just started questioning it today. I'm 16 and I went in to get a filling, but as I was in a long wait in the waiting room a man came storming in relentlessly wanting his 50$ back... I heard Dr. R say the insurance will pay you, and he said "call them cause they keep saying you have to pay me." Apparently he had work done that was unnecessary and for 5 months was trying to get his money back. He sat down and right before the arrival of the midland park police he told me, "you should find a new dentist, this is all a scam."
Obviously you'd be a little worried yourself, so after they called me in I was in the room alone with the rather nice assistant (A lot more considerate than the Dr.) and I told her what he said and that's when she said, "he's not wrong."
I thought I was playing tricks on myself. I probably said "what?!" about 5 times... and that's when the assistant repeated herself then said, "I aint say nothing..."
So at that point I didn't know what to do... I just kept reassuring myself with the 12 plaque's on the wall and let Dr. R preform the filling... But this was the third procedure, prior to this event I had two root canals worked on.. the first one went smoothly but the second one..... no set of words can describe how terrible it was... For this filling she put 3 shots on novocaine in my cheek but for the second root canal she barely put in one!!! so I pretty much felt... everything..... It was unbearable.. And I don't know why but they did both root canals without knowing if the insurance would cover the crowns or not... so I have two root canals with temporary fillings that will eventually crack... But that's not all... She suggested 'crown lengthening' which I'm not sure if you're aware of what that is, I wasn't but after watching a demonstration of a crown lengthening procedure on youtube..... even if it was necessary for all three of my crowns.. which they said it was...I would not do it.. crown lengthening is when they cut your gums above the root canal and then stitch you up... and even if I get the crown coverage they wouldn't do it cause I would need crown lengthening... which I've already decided I'm not doing. I'm not a homeless man who has no access to a tooth brush.. I take rather good care of my teeth so I when I went in for my first visit, which was a cleaning, I don't know why I came here the second they told me I had 5 cavities, 3 root canals that needed crown lengthening, and gingivitis.
They are completely unorganized, the lady at the desk told me I was getting two of my cavities worked on today with the silver filling, and a half hour later I'm in a chair getting only one worked on with white filling. Terrible attitude. she cut my lip. terrible work in general.
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Unfortunately, I had to stay with this dentist due to insurance coverage and the only available "taking new patients". I know why...the office tells you to get checkups every 3 months, you need periodontal work, etc. to make as much money as possible and rip you off. Visits for work can take up to 2 hours due to the wait period for a 30 minute proceedure. Charges are always excessive and the "bedside manor"does not exist. Abrasive i appropriate. Don't think about an appointment here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
I went to Dr. Rosenblatt with an inflamed molar. She took me out of pain and set up a plan to restore my dental health. I highly recommend her. The office staff was polite and helpful. I was given follow-up appointments which didn't conflict with my work schedule.
3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
This office sees hundreds of patients, satisfied and all.
The three who complained here were probably cheap
freaks who scared the dentist and eventually did not want to treat them with the exception of the last one, who got her on a busy day, it happens to all dental office.
I was at her office and it was just a pleasant experience. I do not know what these people are complaining about.
There are more than one way to skin a cat and when a doctor sees a problem with the tooth, there are many solutions to it. There's the short term solution of filling a tooth after a root canal, but they fail eventually because the standard of care is crowning ALL teeth after a root canal. So just because somebody went to another office and recommended a root canal and filling them afterwards and had a cheaper fee quoted does not make that office better. In the longterm, the "cheaper" office WILL end up costing you more because of the deviation from standard of care and the tooth will eventually crack. This is what happened to me and the doctor was very good in explaining this to me thoroughly.
As for the other complaint that the Dr Parker did not want to see the patient again, well that's probably because the patient stressed Dr Parker out completely and he did not want to treat that patient again, which is why the patient's future appointments with Dr Parker was cancelled. And
about Dr Rosenblatt telling the patient to go to the hospital for the emergency care on NON OFFICE HOURS, then the patient should have have said "thank you Dr Rosenblatt for that recommendation". She obviously cared enough to recommend to you to rush yourself to the hospital. She was not at her office (off hours) and the previous reviewer claimed she had an abscess infection. I would have been happy to go to the hospital and then see Dr Rosenblatt for follow up the next day or two during office hours. The doctor does not make house calls and if she did, its justifiable extra fees should be incurred by the patient. She has a life after work and
infections you have should be treated by the hospital.
I think most of you reviewers are mental freaks and with the exception of the last reviewer who just happened to be a the office during busy hours (bad day) IT HAPPENS TO ALL OF US. That's life. Price is NEVER a factor for a good office. Its the final outcome and sticking with standard of care that's important.
2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.