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  • F
    Universal Dentistry
    Waited several days for an appointment after cracking a back molar. The pain was so intense that I couldn't eat or sleep. Got to my appointment and waited. Moved into a room and waited. After more than half an hour, x-rays were taken and waiting again. A periodontist came in to take a look. I was thinking about an implant since I am also missing another tooth. The dentist came in. Thought I was going to be alieved of my pain. Only to find I paid $80 for an estimate to repair my teeth. By that I mean replace caps(why?), cap teeth(why?), implant 3, rebuild bone mass(why?), sinus tacking?, and removal of 2 teeth.. Total for all this $21,863. WHAT!! ARE THEY KIDDING? They had a tech explain the costs while the Dentists went off to other patients. I have dental insurance however they don't except it. They wanted to cap teeth just to make them "look better" and the dentist doesn't like porcelain on real teeth. Thing is I left in the same pain I came in with. One call to another dentist and the tooth is out. We're talking implant for that tooth. If you want to throw your money away, visit a Universal Dentist.
    - Deborah W.
  • A
    Gross, Dr. Alan P.

    Dr. Gross recommended the oral surgeon who was excellent. He then advised me on how to proceed with a crown and add a tooth to my existing partial plate so that I didn't have to have a whole new plate made. He called to be sure everything was okay.

    HOWEVER, when I returned for my teeth to be cleaned in May, Dr. Gross is no longer there. I had no notification that he was on leave and probably not returning. Therefore, I don't know if he is available or not.


    - Anne S.
  • A
    Marmo, Dr. Michael S
    It was the end of the treatment for this tooth. he does them in two sessions and we were finishing this tooth. As I said I have been coming to him for over 2 years while he re-does what another dentist did and poorly at that. It was an initial shock to hear that all the root canals I had were failing and were causing terrible pain and after some not so good experiences with others I found dr. marmo. That was the best thing that has happened to me in my years of dental nightmares. He is kind and patient and explains everything he will do in detail, he never hurries, never has patients stacked back to back and takes his time to make sure the teeth or tooth is done correctly.......... He is always available to talk about issues and will listen when you say you have concerns etc. The staff is the same way. Fran his assistant is very good and very professional and knows her job well and they work like a well oiled team. Gisel is the receptionist and she is good too and knows the billing and what has to be done to file papers with ins or whatever and tries to get the appts in when  you need them. I have always felt comfortable there and never felt scared or like I was afraid of what would happen... he has many patients and some of us have come back for more then one tooth and others are  just a one time visit but he makes the visit tolerable and not horrible as it has been for me in the past and he is helping me with other dental issues also.. I actually think he is  a one of a kind dentist and that people will see the difference once they go there..... He is not into status seeking and having tons of plaques and accolades on his wall to show people how good he is. He has won awards but keeps it low key and instead his work and his mannerisms are what he chooses to focus on and patient satisfaction. Anyone can claim to care, but he actually does.
    - Marcia Z.
  • A
    Timian, Dr. Peter
    He is excellent. He does not cause me any pain. He is a very nice man. I very much like him. Dentists are my least favorite doctors. I have had all good interactions with him. I have had a lot of dental work done by him and I am pleased with everything he has done. His facilities are nice. They are clean. They are not luxurious, but they are well-maintained. I have been seeing him for several years now.
    - martin c.
  • A
    Joseph M. Dellacroce, MD
    Doc DellaCroce diagnosed problem as minor, surgery can be performed at my convenience.  He was thorough, he gave great explanation of problem and remedy.  I will use him when I choose to have surgery performed.

    HE IS A GENERAL SURGEON, NOT A DENTIST.  The address is correct, the classification is not correct.
    - Keith H.
  • A
    Dentists Of Newtown
    They have been my dentists forever. I highly recommend them and I love them. I like the personal care that I get. Their level of expertise is high. They are very good about being able to make appointments immediately if I needed.
    - MARCO T.
  • A
    Shah, Dr. Ramesh M.
    The entire experience was amazing. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly, as was the Dr. The price was very satisfactory, and as advertised. The whole procedure was performed efficiently and with all the needed communication and care.
    - RICHARD T.
  • F
    Radiant Smiles
    To start the hygenist did not introduce herself or engage in any small talk which is generally helpful to take your mind off of the task at hand. The cleaning was fine overall. After, the dentist came to examine my teeth and x-rays. Again, no introductions were made. My husband had been to this dentist before and met with Dr. Metz. This dentist was not Dr. Metz although I still couldn't tell you who I met with. The dentist told me that I had severe decay inside of one tooth that would require a crown as well as a small cavity in a wisdom tooth. Additionally, the hygenist had performed a periodontal exam and was recommending antibiotic testing due to pockets in my gums. I have never had a cavity or any other dental issues in my life (29 years) and was shocked by the terrible outcome. I have since visited a second dentist who told me I do not have any issues. This dentist was recommending around $5K worth of dental work including drilling and crowning a perfectly good tooth. I do not recommend anyone to this practice.
    - Jessica B.
  • A
    Cohen, Dr. Paul A
    Dr. Cohen was recommended by a friend of ours. I've been very happy. He's got a good chairside manner. He knows what he's doing. His staff is very professional. We had no problems with billing. I had an emergency and they told me to come right in.
    - Theresa O.
  • B
    Burchman, Dr. Mel A.
    After a stop with Billing to take my insurance information, the staff took me to the back for x-rays. All the staff were nice enough to me, but you could hear them out in the small hallway, talking about each other! One half of the staff truly dislikes the other half, and it made a tense visit for me even more so. I also picked Dr. Burchman because of all his ads about laser dentistry, and "nobody cries in my office" ads. When I was in the chair, he offered me an extensive fix or to have the tooth pulled. Since I'm in my sixties, I asked about the difference in price with my (very slight) dental insurance. He seemed to be unhappy with the question (which I had to ask- I was never offered the difference in the cost to me between the 2 procedures), but he went down the hall to Billing and came back with 2 answers that were several hundred dollars apart! I chose to have the tooth pulled. Since I've had some awful dental moments in the past, I thought to myself "here's were the painless laser dentistry will come in!" Not so! He did give me several shots of novocaine (the most painful part of the day), waited until I was completely numb, and then pulled out the rotten tooth with the dental instruments I remember so well. The dental technician did run a laser over the area at the end to help with the healing. I was given 2 prescriptions-one for an antibiotic with rare, but truly scary side effects, and one for a high dose of Motrin. I already had over-the-counter Motrin at home, so I only had the antibiotic filled. It's true that I "didn't cry in his office", but only because I had several shots of anesthetic (for the rest of the day, I sounded like the Bill Cosby dentist routine!). Looking back, I haven't had any trouble in the area where the tooth was removed and with my tooth gone, it certainly doesn't ache anymore! But nothing on the office's website gives the impression that the same old-fashioned dental procedures still apply (maybe wishful thinking on my part).
    - sharon w.
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