Dr. Rosenbaum, or “Dr. Rosey,” as she likes to be called, has a longstanding passion for working with children. Her mother is a special needs therapist, and she grew up volunteering with her mother, as well as at hippotherapy programs (hippotherapy is a specialized therapy for children that involves horses).
Dr. Rosey grew up in a suburb of Boston, and moved to New Jersey for dental school. She loved it so much here that she never left! She loves that New Jersey is the perfect blend of beach, mountains and nature, and city life. After graduating with honors from Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Rosey continued at Rutgers to complete specialty training at the pediatric dental residency program, where she was chief resident. She is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the New Jersey Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and the American Dental Association, and is an American Board of Pediatric Dentistry candidate.
Dr. Rosey loves connecting with children and being able to provide a sense of safety in their dental home. She garners great satisfaction from helping shy or fearful children overcome hesitations about the dentist. Dr. Rosey also has a great passion for working with children who have special needs.
A firm believer in giving back to the community, Dr. Rosey has participated in many dental outreach trips, both locally and internationally. Dr. Rosey has continued to volunteer with children as a tutor, equine therapy assistant, and through many dental organizations. She was privileged to participate with the KinderSmile Foundation, which gave her the opportunity to travel twice to South America to provide dental care to children in underdeveloped areas and orphanages.
Dr. Rosey adores the staff and assistants at Flanders, and wants her patients to love their experience there as much as she does! In her words: “Flanders Pediatric Dentistry is the most positive environment in which I have ever worked, and I love that my day is filled with smiles and fun! The staff and assistants have such a passion for children, it is truly inspiring.”
When Dr. Rosey isn’t working, you can find her staying active by going on nature hikes, bird watching, and riding horses. She loves animals and hopes someday to own a small farm with chickens, goats, and of course, a pony.