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Dr. Fred Michael Rosen DDS

Dentist

(38)
350 Route 73 S Marlton NJ, 08053
Practice Philosophy

Traditional Medicine

Rating

5/5

About

Dr. Rosen is a graduate of the New York University College of Dentistry. After graduation in 1973, he served a dental internship, receiving post graduate training at Long Island College Hospital through ...

Provider Details

Male English 45 years of experience

Awards

  • Teacher of the Year 1987, 1998, 2001 West Jersey Hospital (Virtua)
  • Listed as a Top Dentist South Jersey Magazine

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow Academy of General Dentistry
  • Fellow Academy of Dentistry International

Experience & Accolades

  • Staff Member of Dental Residency Program 1983 West Jersey Hospital (Virtua) Teacher and staff member in the dental residency program.
  • Special Investigator Camden County Prosecutors Department Aiding in cases that involve dental evidence
  • Advisor The Department of Health and Human Services Medical-Dental advisor for the Social Security Administration
  • Dentist Rosen and Dworkin

Accepted Insurance

Dr. Fred Michael Rosen DDS's Practice location

Rosen & Dworkin

350 Route 73 S -
Marlton, NJ 08053
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New patients: 856-983-7732, 856-983-7732
Fax: 856-988-0836, 856-988-0386

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Dr. Fred Michael Rosen DDS's reviews

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Patient Experience with Dr. Rosen


5.0

Based on 38 reviews

Dr. Fred Michael Rosen DDS has a rating of 5 out of 5 stars based on the reviews from 38 patients. FindaTopDoc has aggregated the experiences from real patients to help give you more insights and information on how to choose the best Dentist in your area. These reviews do not reflect a providers level of clinical care, but are a compilation of quality indicators such as bedside manner, wait time, staff friendliness, ease of appointment, and knowledge of conditions and treatments.
  • Andrew b.
    (5)

    Fast and nice.

  • Ryan g.
    (5)

    Excellent care.

  • Anonymous
    (5)

    Quick and Easy.

  • Robert p.
    (5)

    Dr. Rosen is the best.

  • Greg c.
    (5)

    Great experience as usual..

  • Darryl l.
    (5)

    Excellent dentist .

  • Anonymous
    (5)

    Great.

  • V. d.
    (5)

    Great visit.

  • Lisa .
    (5)

    Ahhhh Clean!.

  • John g.
    (5)

    Excellent, professional, courteous service..

  • Michelle l.
    (5)

    Awesome.

  • Donna p.
    (5)

    Excellent .

  • Michael g.
    (5)

    Great.

  • Carmel c.
    (5)

    Always great!.

  • Anonymous
    (5)

    First rate.

  • J. w.
    (5)

    Always upbeat!.

  • Eugene k.
    (5)

    Excellent.

  • G. d.
    (5)

    Excellent.

  • Thomas o.
    (5)

    40 years of care.

  • Jennifer i.
    (5)

    It's always a pleasure to see Dr. Rosen!.

  • C. z.
    (5)

    This guy is the best around! .

  • Steve w.
    (5)

    Fred is the best.

  • Anonymous
    (5)

    Great.

  • Tom o.
    (5)

    The Best Dentist in South Jersey.

  • Sheron b.
    (5)

    Very caring and gentle.

  • John l.
    (5)

    Most caring and experience doctor I have ever had.

  • J. k.
    (5)

    Very good service.

  • Harold k.
    (5)

    Totally professional and skilled.

  • John .
    (5)

    Regular visit a little late.

  • Susan d.
    (5)

    Always a good experience.

  • Robert m.
    (5)

    Awesome!.

  • Dennis p.
    (5)

    The best there is.

  • Steve g.
    (5)

    Always good..

  • Tom b.
    (5)

    The best there is .

  • Alan b.
    (5)

    An amazing and caring individual.

  • Scott e.
    (5)

    Extremely satisfied.

  • David k.
    (5)

    Experience and ALWAYS there no matter what.

  • Anonymous
    (5)

    Always professional and caring.

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