About Us

MISSION STATEMENT:

American Dental Finance (ADF) was founded by entrepreneurs who knew there had to be a way to help patients afford orthodontic procedures. They saw that the limited financial resources in the industry were discouraging to patients seeking assistance. The program was designed to provide patients a reasonable solution to what can be a substantial cost. ADF offers favorable loan rates and terms competitive with the other financing options in the industry AND $99 monthly payments for loans up to $6,000! ADF is dedicated to the notion that everyone is entitled to a perfectly happy, healthy smile. American Dental Finance, dentists helping dentists see their practices prosper and their patients SMILE.

BIOS:

Meet Dr. Constantin Darzenta

Dr. Darzenta is a graduate of Tufts College and Tufts School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Darzenta has been practicing in Mashpee, Massachusetts since 1991 and enjoys all aspects of General Dentistry. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Darzenta taught at Tufts Dental School in the Department of General Dentistry and has particular expertise in dental radiology, where he was appointed an Assistant Clinical Professor. Dr. Darzenta is a member of the American Dental Association and serves on the Alumni Council of Tufts University and the executive board of the Tufts Dental School Alumni.

Meet Robert Adelstein

Rob graduated from Stony Brook University in 1987 with a degree in Biology. He was always intrigued by the financial markets and decided to step away from his science background and pursue a career on the floor of the commodities exchange. When Rob left the floor of the market he decided to take his business background and use it to expand his wife’s dental practice, West Morris Dental Associates. West Morris Dental Sleep Medicine, a new company he founded, brought the dental treatment of sleep apnea, a rarely heard of dental specialty, to western New Jersey. Rob now brings his business expertise to American Dental Finance to provide solutions to the financing issues that hinder patients from getting the treatment they need.