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"They’ve completely updated their offices and have state of the art equipment. They are the best dental office in town. They even built-in massages in their" dental chairs. I had to have a 5 year x-
of my jaw and you just stand right in front of it and it fits right around your head and it rotates around your head, which is really neat. The staff is friendly and very professional. I had an extremely bad tooth
a few years ago, called them on a Friday, and they were able to open the office for me on Saturday to get my tooth pulled.

-DAVID E.

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"The second tooth from the back, on the left side of my mouth, had been hurting for a long time. I had a root canal on the tooth behind it about four years ago, and" ever since, the tooth in front of that one (I guess it's called the "first molar") has hurt - not only when I chew on it - but also just when I'm not doing anything in particular. I've seen dentists, endodontists and oral surgeons about it in the past. They thought it was the
tooth behind it (two teeth back!) so they removed that tooth in June 2014 - no relief. Another dentist tried a temporary filling on the tooth - no relief. Dr.
took tons of x-rays, examined my mouth, and tapped my teeth with more interest than the other dentists had done. He pointed out that the tooth that had the root canal (not the first molar in front of it) was actually exhibiting more signs of pain than the tooth I thought was the problem. There may be a part of the root that got missed in the tooth behind it. He could perform another root canal, and he explained that there's a 75%
that will fix it. But if it doesn't fix it, then they will have to extract that tooth. He told me the pro's and con's, and basically said it was my decision. I arrived in his office fully prepared to have a root canal on the first molar, but he explained that it's most likely the molar behind it that's causing the trouble. He said that I don't really use that molar in chewing, so it's okay to have it removed. He said that really, it's what my nature is about gambling... do I want to take the 25%
that it won't work, or just remove the tooth? Dr.
went on to explain that the first molar - the one that I (and my dentist) thought was the one that needed the root canal - indeed had a crack in it. My dentist had put a temporary filling on it, but he said that eventually, it would need a root canal. Dr.
explained that it's the tooth I mostly use when chewing on that side, so it gets a lot of stress. He pointed out that, maybe it would be best to extract the troublesome molar behind it, wait and see how much that side of my mouth still hurts after I heal up, and then decide what to do. He pointed out that I could just get a crown on the first molar, and that might last me several years, postponing the need for a root canal. Again, he pointed out that it's my decision, but he wanted me to understand what was going on, and have all the facts. For a guy who makes his money doing root canals, I was really surprised that he basically talked me out of it. I'm going to see an oral surgeon to have the back molar extracted, wait for the area to heal, and see if that first molar still hurts. I felt like he really understood dental work, and provided me with options. I mean, what if he had just done the root canal on the first molar, I went thought all that pain and expense, and that side of my mouth STILL hurt because the back molar hadn't been addressed? Dr.
saved me some time and anguish. I really trust him, and I would go out of my way to see him again, if I ever do need a root canal.

-Dok S.

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 I am familiar witht he ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers across the country, in particluar, the one in Overland Park, KS.  They are a "one stop" implant center.  The doctors there are at the top of their field, and an advantage is that you have all of the specialists that will be working with you in the same place.  That would have to make communication easier between doctors.  They usually offer seminars for patients and I think, offer free consultations, which is always worthwhile.

  If you chose to go the other way, some Prosthodontists will place and restore the implants themselves. In other cases, an Oral Surgeon or Periodontist will place the implant and a Prosthodontist or General Dentist restores it.   Fees can vary quite a bit from office to office and with the different options for restorative materials.  Some offer free consultations, for others, they charge a fee that might be applied to any future treatment in some cases.

The first step is to schedule a few consultations with different providers, which it sounds like you've already done.

The most important factors when deciding which practitioner to work with:
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.1.  You should feel comfortable asking your doctor any questions so that you have a good understanding of the procedure itself, healing time and long-terem outcome, and possible complications.  Write down a list of questions and take them with you to the consultation.

2.  Ask about the experience of the practitioner. How many similiar procedures have they completed?  Have they had any major complications with any cases?  Ask to see photos if possible.

3..Figure out if it works out better for your schedule, to go to a "one stop" provider or to separate providers for the placement and the restoration of the implants.

4. Follow your instincts.  If you feel rushed, didn't get direct answers to your questions, didn't communicate well or had any other negative feelings, this probably isn't the doctor for you.

5. Consider insurance coverage and financing options.  If your dental plan covers implants and it is important to you to use a preferred provider, you will want to check your list.  Many times, insurance does not cover implants, or at least not all of the steps.  You may want to inquire about payment and financing options.

I hope this at least helps you feel a little less confused and a little more directed. Please don't hesitate to contact me if I can be of further help.
Sincerely,
Beth L. Gehring,DDS, PC
816 NW Vesper
Blue Springs, Mo 64015
docbeth93@gmail.com
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As a  Dentist, I am sorry to hear about your denture nightmare and I know how frustrating that can be.  I am surprised that your doctor wasn't willing to work with you on some type of solution.  A few options would be either remaking the dentures once more,  or offering to return some of the money and have you return the dentures.   Unfortunately, the doctor has put in a lot of their time and lab expenses, but the patient also  has time and money invested.  You might try sending a letter re-explaining the problems you hand and offering an acceptible and fair solution.  Be sure to keep a copy of it and any correspondence you receive from the Dental Office.  In the event that you don't get anywhere, you have documentation of the problem. 

At any point in the process, did they have you sign something saying you were happy with the denture set up?  Some practitioners will document the patient's acceptance at the try-in appointment, before the denture is processed.  At that time, changes in tooth arrangement, size and color can be made with minimal lab expense. 

If the letter doesn't get you anywhere, you might try going to the governing body of the dental profession in your area.  I am a dentist in Blue Springs, Missouri, USA.  Here, we have the Missouri Dental Board  (or the Dental Division of the Missouri Department of Professional Registration.)  This is the entity that licenses us to perform our professional duties in our state.  They often have a process to file complaints against a provider if you were unable to resolve the problem yourself.   After your complaint is received, they will contact the doctor to get their side of the story, then try to mediate a solution between the two parties.  

As far as a new set of dentures, you might seek out the services of a Prosthodontist (specializes in dentures and removable appliances - extra training and certification beyond general dentistry) or go to a local dental school.  The students are supervised and checked off at each step by professionals.  Most dental schools also treat patients through their faculty practices, and you can often get the services of a specialist at a lower price. 

I hope this information is helpful to your situation, and I wish you well. 

Beth Gehring, DDS
816 NW Vesper
Blue Springs, MO  64015  USA
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Endodontics Treatment reviews in New Orleans

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Although not super warm and fuzzy, Dr. Roumani seems highly competent and professional, which is good enough for me. Desk staff is fine enough, but dental assistant staff really shines IMO. I found each one (and I've seen a few) to be very sweet and caring. Whole office is to be commended for efficiency. I've had several visits there and each has gone very smoothly.
- Denise G.
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She is delightful and makes you feel very comfortable. There is no pain. She does a thorough job. She is very knowledgeable about her profession. I’ve been going to her since last year.
- DIANE K.
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I chipped a molar and upon examination, it was decided that the best long range approach would be to prepare the tooth and a second tooth for a bridge that covered an existing gap. Painless and completed within 4 weeks.
- Samuel R.
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I made a quick appointment, and the dental insurance covered most my bill for the root canal. It only took about 30 minutes to complete the root canal. There was no pain at all during the procedure. Dr.
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was skillful in doing specializing of root canals.

- Michael W.
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I have used Dr.
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for 4-5 years now. He has actually completely restored my smile. It's because of him that I can smile today without gaps and yellow teeth showing. Today he removed a tooth. The procedure was not painful at all. The doctor frequently makes sure that you are not in pain and if you need a break, he gives you a break. I have always been able to tell that he and his staff are attuned to my needs as a patient.
I can tell you the reason I chose him years ago to restore my teeth. After talking to a few Dentists, and having bad past experiences with some, he made me feel comfortable. And he communicates with you! He wrote a plan sitting next to me and told me how hew was going to address each problem tooth I had. As things turned out, I needed several root canals and lots of fillings. i have had all that work done at his office. Some dentists send out root canals and other procedures to Endodontists etc.. Dr.
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is qualified and does those procedures all at his office. This eliminates finding a problem, getting a referral, calling a strange doctors office. Then you sit on their waiting list for a initial exam, and 6 weeks after the problem was found something gets done. He once did a emergency root canal within 24 hours of seeing it was needed for me.
I actually have a check up appointment tomorrow at his office. I am sure I can expect the same quality service and dental work when I go. I am grateful he and his staff have restored my smile.
- David M.
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I have been using his services since 2008. I did have a fear of going to the dentist, but going to visit Dr.
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, all of my fears were put at ease. They do IV sedation, so if I have to get a root canal or major work, they offer this to me. It gets rid of my all worries and they
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’t make me feel bad about needing it. Now I look forward to visiting the dentist!
- Shirley D.
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My dentist referred me to him. Scheduling was real easy. He completed the procedure in the first visit and I saw him again for a follow up. Dr
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and his dental assistant were very thorough in explaining the process. They showed several videos to explain the procedure. They also showed me the x-rays so that I could see the fracture in the tooth. He is the best at what he does.
- Gilbert T.
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Dr
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very expertly drilled through the crown I had on the tooth for years and did a painless test and it was cracked. Very helpful staff, I hate having work done to my teeth, but it needed to be done and the staff, including Dr.
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could not have been better..
- David W.

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Arthur Dickerson DDS

250 Meadowcrest St
Gretna

Asercion, Dr. Joe

2968 General Collins Ave
New Orleans

Barry Cazaubon DDS

4520 Clearview Pkwy
Metairie

Batt, Dr. Harry J.

3939 Houma Blvd
Metairie

Bluebonnet Dental Care

4040 Lonesome Rd
Mandeville

Brandon Hagler DDS

7023 Read Lane
New Orleans

Brian Connell DDS

137 Bellemeade Blvd
Gretna

Bryan Bohning DDS

4051 Veterans Memorial Blvd
Metairie

Burvant Family Dentistry

601 W 18th Ave
Covington

Camellia Creek Dental Center

735 Asbury Dr
Mandeville

Canatella Dental

101 W Robert E Lee Blvd
New Orleans

Canatella, Dr. Todd

101 W Robert E Lee Blvd
New Orleans

Canatella, Dr. Todd J.

101 W Robert E Lee Blvd
New Orleans

Catherine Hebert DDS

4600 Highway 22
Mandeville

Causeway Dental Care

900 N Causeway Blvd
Metairie

CBD Dental Care

316 Baronne St
New Orleans

Cerniglia, Dr. George P.

2727 Houma Blvd
Metairie

Collura, Dr. Joseph J.

3939 N Causeway Blvd
Metairie

Connell Family Dentistry

2633 Napoleon Ave.
New Orleans

Daryl Byrd DDS

1301 W Esplanade Ave
Kenner

David Hildebrandt DDS

1430 Old Spanish Trl
Slidell

Eagle Family Dental, INC

7023 Read Lane
New Orleans

Endodontic Associates, LLC

190 Cross Gates Blvd
Slidell

Flood, Dr. Herb

1744 N Causeway Blvd
Mandeville

Franco, Dr. George P

377 Highway 21
Madisonville

Gary Salvaggio DDS

2221 Transcontinental Dr
Metairie

Grand Family Dentistry

2083 3rd St
Mandeville

Gregory Guerra DDS

525 Franklin Ave
Gretna

Gruezke, Dr. Frederick H

1705 Lapalco Blvd
Harvey

Halder, Dr. Rhonda O.

4432 Chastant St
Metairie

Hilton Title, DDS

3600 Prytania St
New Orleans

Huiying Chen DMD

2400 Veterans Blvd
Kenner

Jackson, Dr. Marcus K.

8847 Veterans Memorial Blvd
Metairie

James Moreau DDS

7007 Hwy 190 E Ser Rd
Covington

Joseph P. Simone II, DDS

4420 Conlin St
Metairie

Justin Ansel DDS

4400 Trenton St
Metairie

Landesman, Dr. Ian J.

735 Asbury Dr
Mandeville

Landesman, Dr. Lisa

735 Asbury Dr
Mandeville

Leeson, Dr. Jeffry A

5037 Veterans Blvd
Metairie

Leggio, Dr. Ronald S

4914 Magazine St
New Orleans

Loescher, Dr. Lisa A.

1400 Old Spanish Trl
Slidell

Lonergan, Dr. Patrick M.

3330 Kingman St
Metairie

Louisiana Dental Center

3301 Veterans Blvd
Metairie

LSU Health Care Network

200 W Esplanade Ave
Kenner

Marino, Dr. Joseph B.

7037 Canal Blvd
New Orleans

Melanie J Andrews DDS

103 Plantation Rd
Destrehan

Mermilliod, David W

2030 DICKORY AVE
New Orleans

Morice & Vu DDS

12 Westbank Expy
Gretna

Mscd, Dr. Lisa P Germain

2633 NAPOLEON AVE
New Orleans

Natchez Morice DDS

12A Westbank Expy
Gretna

Nola Dental Care

307 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans

Northshore Endodontics

1510 W Causeway Approach Suite C
Mandeville

Pristas, Dr. Timothy F.

102 Smart Pl
Slidell

Radomski, Dr. Don

1371 Country Club Rd

Richard L. Owens, DDS

124 Longview Dr
Destrehan

Rooney, Dr. J. M.

307 Gretna Blvd
Gretna

Rooney, Dr. J. Michael

307 Gretna Blvd
Gretna

Root Canal Specialists of Baton Rouge

9804 Bluebonnet Blvd
Baton Rouge

Rudolph Linhuber DDS

6001 West End Blvd
New Orleans

Salvaggio, Dr. Gary

3223 8th St Ste 202
Metairie

Schmidt, Dr. Glenn V.

8025 Maple St
New Orleans

Schof, Dr. Charles

240 DALWILL DR
Mandeville

Schwarz, Dr. Jorge F.

6305 Elysian Fields Ave
New Orleans

Scipione, Dr. Richard E.

2170 Gause Blvd W
Slidell

Scott Bonson DDS

190 Cross Gates Blvd
Slidell

Serpas III, Dr. Wallace G

316 Baronne St
New Orleans

Silvestri, Dr. Susan

2300 Gause Blvd E
Slidell

Smith, Dr. Demarcus

4420 Conlin St
Metairie

Springhill Dental Health Center

4620 Spring Hill Avenue

Strain, Dr Gregory S.

2209 Lapalco Blvd
Harvey

Thomas Flint DMD

250 Meadowcrest St
Gretna

Warren Palmisano DDS

2020 Dickory Ave Ste 104
River Ridge

Westside Dental Group

4001 Macarthur Blvd
New Orleans

Winn Kapit DDS

3024 Kingman St
Metairie

Wynn Kapit DDS

3024 Kingman St
Metairie

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