First Visit

We know you have many choices when it comes to choosing an Oral Surgeon. We thank you for selecting Dr. Lynn Pierri and

Suffolk Oral & Maxillofacial Ambulatory Surgery Facility, P.C. for your oral surgery needs. 

Your first appointment is an important visit for everyone including you, our administrative staff and Dr. Lynn Pierri. We use this time to gather information about you and to listen to your concerns and expectations.  We’ll do all we can to educate and inform you about your condition and the available treatment options so you can make an informed decision.

Please note: All patients 17 years old or younger:

A parent or legal guardian is required during the initial consultation, all treatments, office visits and routine follow up appointments.

To make an appointment, please call us at (631) 360-0266 and have the following information available:
  • Full name and address
  • A phone number where we may reach you
  • Your e-mail address
  • The name of your insurance carriers
  • The name of the insured party (or employee), and their date of birth
  • Your insurance identification number(s) and group number(s)
  • Insurance claims address and phone numbers
Patient registration and health questionnaire forms. Our registration forms:
Bring the following to your first appointment:
  • Your treatment/referral card from your dentist, physician, or orthodontist (stating procedure, tooth number, etc.)
  • Any recent X-rays of good diagnostic clarity.  Unfortunately paper copies do not count as a diagnostic x-ray.  In these cases we will acquire a panoramic X-ray and/or additional specialized X-rays.
  • A list of all current medications including aspirin and herbal medicines
  • Your Specialist co-payment (Cash, Credit Cards or NYS Checks accepted)
  • Your medical and/or dental insurance cards and all and any necessary forms filled out and signed. If you do not have an insurance card for any union plans, you must have all applicable information including:
  1. Proof of Identity (Photo driver’s license or photo identification card)
  2. Proof of insurance coverage
  3. Insured party’s name, date of birth and social security number
  4. Insurance ID number
  5. Group number

During your office visits, be prepared to discuss all medical/dental information including:
  • Past and present medical/dental conditions or illnesses including but not limited to: cardiac conditions (heart murmurs, mitral valve prolapse)
  • Any artificial or prosthetic devices (hip or knee replacements, pins, plates, pacemaker or other implants)
  • A list of all allergies (seasonal, medications, latex, etc)
  • A list of all current medications (including Aspirin, herbal supplements, Vitamin “E”, St. Johns Wort or Ginko)
  • A list of any Bisphosphonate related medication you take now or have ever taken in the past

If you are presently taking blood thinners, i.e. Coumadin, Aspirin, Ecotrin, Advil, Ibuprofen, Motrin, Aleve, Vitamin E, etc. and you are having a surgical procedure performed, you may need to discontinue the medication, but only at the advice of your medical doctor. Patients on the medication “Coumadin” may be asked to obtain written medical clearance from their physician prior to undergoing surgery. 

Scheduling Times

Every effort will be made to keep our schedule running efficiently. However, due to the nature of Oral and Maxillofacial medicine; there are sometimes delays or emergency circumstances that can cause wait times beyond our control.  We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.  We pledge to give you the same considerations when you sit with the doctor.

Routinely, you will be given several prescriptions to be filled out by the pharmacist.  Please fill them with your pharmacy prior to your procedure and bring them with you on surgery day.   Your nurse will review your medications as well as provide you and your driver with detailed care instructions.

We look forward to Serving you and your Loved Ones