Your First Visit
The goal of Montvale Orthodontics is to give you the beautiful, healthy smile you’ve always wanted. Whether you are a concerned parent looking into orthodontic care for your children or a prospective patient who is ready to improve how you feel about your smile, we understand that this is a big decision. While we use the latest technology in orthodontic care, we realize that being comfortable and confident with our practice is a bigger concern for the typical patient. That’s why we’ve designed our process to help you feel comfortable with Dr. Don Oh and his staff.
Financial considerations should not be an obstacle to a beautiful smile. We are committed to making orthodontic treatment affordable for everyone. Our treatment coordinator will work out a plan suited to your individual needs.
Not only do we participate (in-network) in most PPO dental insurance plans, but we offer a wide option of payment options:
- No interest, in-office financing
- Fee reductions offered for prepayment in full
- We accept cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and debit cards
- Automatic monthly payment options
- All consultations are 100% complimentary.
All payments plans are always interest-free.
If you have questions regarding your account, please contact us at
Below you will find links to our patient forms. Please take a few minutes to download the appropriate form and complete the patient information for your first appointment. Bringing these forms with you will save some time at your appointment.
An orthodontist is a dentist who has not only completed a graduate program in dentistry to receive their DDS or DMD (Doctor of Dental Surgery or Doctor of Dental Medicine), but has also gone through a competitive residency at a CODA-accredited orthodontic program for an additional 2-3 years to be trained specifically in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics.
ABO Board Certification is a voluntary credential that represents an orthodontist’s personal and public commitment to the standards of specialty practice and lifelong learning. The ABO Certification process requires the completion of peer-developed, externally validated written and clinical examinations. A Board Certified Orthodontist has reached this level of achievement by pursuing additional voluntary education and ongoing self- assessment.
Board Certification is confirmation of an orthodontist’s personal commitment to providing lifelong quality patient care.