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  • A
    He was excellent.  I appreciate his honesty because he said my tooth was cracked and he let me know that he can do a root canal and it can hold for six months or a year or two or three years or in a few weeks or months I might actually hold.  He spent a lot of time talking to me so it ended up like a consultation because it was my last tooth so I just suggested to having it pulled.  I like his professionalism and the thorough evaluation then his honesty.  The staff was very good.
    - Jeanie M.
  • A
    Dr. Well's is fair, honest and very knowledgeable. He will not do the work if he feels it is not absolutely necessary. Where other providers are so anxious to immediately drilling -- he takes his time explaining every detail. I went to him for a second opinion and he said the tooth could wait to have treatment -- not necessary to have immediate treatment as other the other endodontist had stated! Extremely concerned about the patient's comfort. Hopefully I will not need another root canal in the future, however if I do --- I will be going to Dr. Well's.
    - Erin W.
  • F
    Where do I start with the nightmare that has been my experiences with this dentist and her office.
    When I first went to Dr. Jasthi I needed to have 2 teeth extracted and one tooth looked at because it was causing me problems.
    Now the 2 teeth that need to come out are broken due to me not being able to afford crowns for them, but still needing to eat food. The extraction of the broken teeth was something she could do in office, but I needed to get implants or a bridge setup, i.e. paid for, before she would extract the teeth.
    As for the tooth that needed looked at, she determined that I needed a root canal. Okay fine, but she wouldn't do the root canal until I agreed to get a crown put on it at a cost of 1600 bucks. Oh, btw, I'm paying for all of this out of pocket since I have no insurance.
    I thought this sounded a bit fishy, just like the reasons to not extract the 2 broken teeth
    But wanting to be able to eat again, I said OK. So the root canal goes good. I get a temporary crown and go on my way waiting for the real crown to be made off site and sent to her in about 6-8 weeks. Now this root canal was on the upper left side of my mouth (this location is going to be important later).
    When my new crown comes in, I go to get it put on and during the process I'm told to bite down. I do. The crown goes crack and breaks in two in my mouth. I bit down gently as the assistant told me to and it broke, not their fault, which they were more that willing to point out just as quick at they tried to blame me for biting to hard and breaking it myself. Not the manufactures fault, MY fault. That upset me more than anything. So now I have to come back for another crown.
    Crown #2, exact thing happens, crack, they put the temporary one back on and I come back in 6 weeks to try again.
    Crown #3, again, crack! Now they're starting to blame the manufactures and not me. To little to late.
    Crown #4, it survives!
    Now this is my 4th trip to these people and during none of these times do they seem to notice that the bottom teeth on the same side of the mouth looks like it may need 2 fillings. Which is odd because I can see some darkening under the current fillings that were there at the time.
    2 weeks later, sure enough, those 2 teeth on the bottom start to bother me. I make another appointment with the dentist because I'm a firm believer in second chances. Maybe last time was just a string of bad luck, I mean it couldn't get worse, could it? It does.
    So I go in, she checks the teeth, says I need fillings, so I get them done.
    Next day (a Thursday), my teeth hurt. No big deal, I just had 2 fillings on 2 neighboring teeth, I figure the pain will subside. It does not. I try to call on Friday to make an appointment, they're closed. So now I have to wait till Monday just to get an appointment. I get one for the following Wednesday and go back in.
    I'm told that they didn't want to do a root canal on those teeth because she doesn't like to do needless root canals. This I understand, so I tell her that both teeth hurt that had the fillings, she decides that the pain is probably coming from just one tooth, the one with the most decay in it, and does a root canal on that one. On the UP side, she does reimburse me for the filling of that tooth that I didn't need apparently. I get fitted for a crown, an off I go again to wait, but before I go I'm told that I may have some sensitivity due to the fact that the root canal was so extensive.
    Now it's Thursday, teeth still hurt. Figure it's just from the extensive root canal. Friday, teeth still hurt, still can't chew on this side and since they're closed on Fridays, I have to wait again till Monday to make an appointment. Monday comes, I make the appointment, they can't see me till Thursday. So I spend the rest of my time eating soft foods on the opposite side of my mouth.
    Thursday is here. I go in, I get root canal on the second tooth, all is well. I ask if the lab could make both crowns at the same time and ship them together so I only have to come back for just one appointment. They say they will call the lab and put the request in, and this time instead of putting a temporary crown on each tooth individually, they make a temporary bridge crown to cover both teeth. I notice that my bill on this one doesn't have the filling charge removed, but I'm already home when I notice it.
    Next time I go in, this is for what I think is both crowns to be put on and I'm done ... WRONG!
    Only one crown came in, and since the lab didn't get the request to make both at the same time, we have to get another mold of my mouth to make the new crown for the second tooth. Also, when I show up, I'm told my appointment is for not only getting my ONE crown put on, but also for x-rays and a cleaning and a full mouth exam.
    After we clear up that I'm just there for the crowns to be put on is when I'm informed that only one came in and I'll have to come back for the second crown. Ugh, okay fine. Crown goes on without a hitch. Now they have to make a temporary crown for the single tooth. They make it, put it on, and out I go.
    Once home and an hour later, I'm hungry. I go to make me some lunch and the temporary crown pops off. Ugh, now I have to go back and get it placed back on again. By now I'm sorry I ever left my old dentist and the 30 minute drive to his office doesn't seem so far anymore.
    This brings us to today 3/25/13, I got to get the crown put back on. They put it on, out I go. I barely make it out of the parking lot when it comes off again. I turn around, go back in, tell them what happened go back into the chair and have them try to fix it. So what should have been a quick 20 minute visit is now stretching into an hour, but they do get the temporary crown to stay this time, well so far anyway.
    Now I wait for the last of the crowns to come in. And you have to understand, all this started back in January and all I really wanted was just to get the 2 broken teeth extracted, which by they way ... they're not. I still got them in my mouth.
    I hesitated for so long to write this review because I still have an outstanding appointment with this dentist and fear that it will end up stretching out to about 2 or 3 or 4 appointments just to get one crown put on.

    - Carol M.
  • A
    He was good, very patient and made me relax. I didn't have to wait in the waiting room for my appointment. I will use see him again in the future.
    - Daniel R.
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