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    Elena Benjamin DDS
    They are super comforting and reassuring. They make you feel welcome and comfortable. The staff is so nice and they are very accommodating. I love them.  The office environment is very nice. They call to remind you of the appointment and email you.
    - Shirin V.
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    Beverly Hills Dental Care
    I had a bad tooth and another missing tooth in which other dentists said to shave down the neighboring tooth and place a crown.  Dr. Keselbrener was able to add a Marylin bridge successfully (which no other dentist even mentioned in order to make more money on me) and he saved my other tooth as well.  Dr. Michael Keselbrener is, by far, the best dentist I've ever encountered.  His skills far surpass other dentists I've been to over the years.  He's also extremely cordial, detail oriented, is truthful and honest, and very reasonably priced considering all the experience he has and many years of training.  I recommend him VERY highly and have not seen a dentist of this caliber.  And that's the honest to goodness truth.  I will continue to go to him and will continue to bring my family here as well.  Regards, Steven
    - STEVEN G.
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    Fahid, Dr. Ahmad
    It was a terrible experience. There is a language barrier as English is not his first language. Very hard to understand. His sole practice is to do root canals and said I needed one when I didn't. I was very disheartened and in horrible pain. Luckily, I found a new dentist who was able to save the tooth without a root canal.
    - Bridget G.
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    Anson, Dr. David
    I was referred to Dr. Anson by my dentist because of a tooth with a cracked root. Dr. Anson did a thorough exam, using advanced equipment such as digital x-rays. He recommended replacing the tooth with an implant rather than a bridge, which would require damaging the neighboring teeth. He provided virtual goggles so that I could watch a movie while he removed the tooth. I barely felt it! He then placed the bone graft in preparation for the implant procedure. His staff was caring, courteous and professional, and I was provided with full information about the procedure, including what was and was not covered by insurance. I also received good follow-up. After a few months for the graft to take, Dr. Anson placed the first part of the dental implant. Again I was able to watch a movie while the work was done, and again I received thorough and compassionate care from doctor and staff alike. I look forward to finishing the procedure and having a healthy new tooth.
    - LISA B.
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    Borenstein, Dr. Michael
    He was available, caring, and good at what he did. When I had questions, he answered them fully. My son has an autoimmune disease, so problems with his teeth can get very complicated. He was incredibly sensitive about that and showed, in fact, extra knowledge in terms of after-care, antibiotics, and precautions that he had to take and we had to take. So, I felt comfortable in a situation that was, for me, very difficult and harrowing. I cannot recommend him enough.
    - Deborah B.
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    Dr. Jean-Jacques Elbaz
    My wife went to Dr. Elbaz and loves him and his office. Her implant feels great, and she had no pain. Everything went very smoothly. Dr. Elbaz is a charming man and clearly knows what he's doing. He is the dentist that other dentists go to for implants. The office was extremely helpful in all aspects, whether filing for insurance or scheduling the appointments. We would recommend him without hesitation.
    - David G.
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    Frey, Dr. David S
    This doctor was difficult to get along with. He did not respond well to questions and talked constantly about getting paid upfront. He would leave the room for without explanation. When I brought up to him that I was in pain, he told me I was being too sensitive. Also, the staff did not file my insurance correctly and my claim was rejected. I finally went to another dentist for a second opinion and she told me I needed all the work redone. A third opinion backed up the second one and I'm still going through repairs. I need more work to fix this, but have run out of money. ****UPDATE: 8/2/10**** Dr. Frey's response is inaccurate. It saddens me that he would take this approach rather than agreeing to a settlement because of unsatisfactory work. The truth is that the temporary device was worn for a very short time and it and he lead me to believe the permanent teeth would have the same result. Unfortunately, the permanent teeth did not match the temporary device and my bite was so skewed my jaw dislocated. It also did not relieve any private (and inaccurately represented by Dr. Frey) medical conditions that have no business (by law) being disseminated by a medical provider over the internet. Dr. Frey has put himself in a legally vulnerable position by his response, possibly, with the government, as well. I offered to settle with him. He has ignored that. I hope he will see it is in his best interest to agree to a fair settlement and both put this matter behind us amicably. Until then, his response requires correction: Subsequent dentists advised me that my teeth were over-prepared (grinded down) by Dr. Frey, resulting in an unnecessary loss of enamel. They also found an unexplained drill hole in a tooth that, to them, looked like an accident (i.e. a slip of the drill). In addition, a piece has broken away from one tooth leaving a sharp edge that cuts my tongue. I am also periodically in physical pain that had not occurred before the work he did. The result has impacted my quality of life and is absolutely not the result I was led to believe would occur. I tried to settle this with Dr. Frey several times by calling his office, I did not get a response until a year later -- after he became aware of his rating on Angie's List. His interest was in having me remove my post. I tried to communicate to him that I was dissatisfied with the work and emailed him a follow up requesting he return my money. He has ignored that request. Dr. Frey's response also raises the question as to whether he is in violation of HIPAA law and whether I have to worry about my safety and reputation with someone who does not respect the law. Personal medical information is protected by statute. By revealing (and skewing) details of my private medical information, it seems a clear violation. Even if it does not turn out to be an actionable violation of a such a serious federal statute, it raises the question of whether Dr. Frey is careful with his patient's private medical information and what else he might say about them. In my case, as evidenced by his response, he has not been careful. Again, it saddens me to have to write this. I am still willing to settle this quietly, which would include removing these posts and ratings. That requires Dr. Frey to financially settle in a professional and respectful (and legal) manner, rather than putting me in the position to have to dispute his statements. I am offering to remove those statements once he proposes and follows through on a satisfactory settlement with me and a non-disclosure of private medical information. Until then, I can only tell the truth.
    - Janet R.
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    Kris Uyehara MD,DDS
    "Dr U." met me for a consultation first and the surgery was the following week. I had two teeth out before and I was not that nervous, but Dr U. was reassuring nevertheless. His front office staff are welcoming and calming. Everything went very quickly - the anesthesia was administered and I was out. Next thing I knew I was awake and missing two teeth. They looked after me until my friend came to pick me up. I was a little cold in the recovery room and they covered me with a quilt. Dr U. gave me his cellphone number and told me to call if I had any problems. My wound was still bleeding a little at the end of the day so I called Dr U. at 7 PM that evening. He did not seem to mind, and gave me advice about what to do. I took it and the bleeding stopped almost immediately. I appreciated the fact that I could talk to my surgeon and not a nurse. Everything healed up nicely and overall it went as well as can be expected. My insurance covered half the total cost of surgery. My only quibble is that the portion I had to pay ended up being a third more than the nurse had estimated. I should have pressed for a more exact quote but it was a bit of a surprise.
    - Emmeline Y.
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    Galen, Douglas
    He is really good and his patients seem to recover very quickly. His staff follows up to see if everything is going ok. They always seem to keep everything on time and can even give an estimate of how long it will take.
    - Fiona K.
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    Alan Zweig DMD,FAGD
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