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  • I like his demeanor. He is young and knowledgeable. I like his caring and friendly attitude towards you. He just does not rush in and rush out telling you what you need and what you have to do. He is not like that. He came in and we reviewed everything and talked about everything. For most people, oral surgery and periodontal is a scary thing. Frankly, I do not look forward to have dental surgery, but he is a friendly guy and also very caring as well as his staff.
    - Sharon D.
  • I was referred to Dr. Carl W. Eilers for a implant to be put in. During the visit he had compared me to another patient and said I was not a good candidate for this. He could have told me that over the phone and saved me money. I went back to my dentist and he referred me to another specialists that did the implant with no problems.
    - Judy M.
  • He was very fast. He has a very nice office. They are very efficient. We had really good experiences with him on three occasions. He was very quick and we weren't there for a long time. We were there for probably less than an hour. They have them go for a consultation first and then they discuss the procedure with us. They will go over everything, look at the x-rays and then they schedule the actual teeth extraction. They plan ahead of time, so we just went there and had the teeth extracted.
    - Gerry & Susan B.
  • I don't understand why the information on this dentist states 'No surgery is performed at this location", when that is exactly what I went to Dr. Tillman for, unless he is no longer working as an oral surgeon. I can only report on my surgery experience. The office did not appear clean. It had a weird smell, towels were hanging in place with holes in them, and even though this is not a modern office, it did not appear to be clean and well maintained. The dental assistant was very nice, but did not seem to be well informed on questions I had, beyond just basic dental hygiene. And, speaking of hygiene . . . she told me that the toothbrush she gave me so that I could demonstrated how I brushed my teeth, WAS cleaned between patients. It bothered me that they used the same brush over, and could not provide each patient with a new basic brush for this activity. HOW much would it cost them to use new brushes? I started bringing my own brush to use for this demonstration, since they had me do it every time I came. Prior to my surgery, I was given a large shot of novacaine, or something like it. I had an immediate reaction, where my heart was beating hard and quick, my face flushed and I started shaking all over. When I finally got the assistant's attention, instead of coming to my side, she said she would talk with the doctor. I was reminded of something I had read a about these medications and felt it probably not an uncommon reaction, however, it was very scary at the time and I wanted some reassurance. I wanted the doctor to look at me, check me, and tell me it was okay. The assistant came back and told me the doctor said I was okay, and he would be with me shortly. This was an unacceptable response to me. When the doctor did come to my side to perform the surgery, he had little to say. As a matter of fact, he spent much of the time talking to someone else in the office about UT football, while he was performing my surgery. In the end, the surgery was not very successful, although he had little to share with me about it. He was looking for cysts, cracked roots or inflammation. He took a large chunk out of my fums, which has left a deformity that has caused additional gum problems. And, to add insult to injury, I later had to have a couple of teeth removed and a bridge built around the hole he made, because the root was cracked, according to my regular dentist, when the surgery was performed. I'm not writing in retaliation. I truly believe this dentist has questionable practices in regard to the kind of work he did for me, his attitude toward me as a patient, and his office environment.
    - Barbara K.
  • I contacted Dr. Cameron's office at Sophisticated Smiles on 1/5/11 to close a small gap that was a result of not wearing a retainer after braces. The first available appointment was on 2/1/11. I was not interested in wearing braces again, so bonding was the least abrasive option. During the consultation, I was told that treatment would be consisted of Zoom whitening to lift the color of teeth, then to lighten the color of previous fillings so they would match the new color of teeth, and bonding would do the trick of closing the gap. Getting an appointment was another problem. It took almost another 2 months to get back in, and then the rude receptionist called and had to reschedule me the day of my appointment. During my second appointment, (almost 3 months after I initially called to make an appointment) my treatment was supposed to be completed. Unfortunately after the recommended treatment the gap between my front teeth was still there! They did not do the bonding like we had agreed. When I talked to Dr. Cameron about not closing the gap, she said that bonding would not work on my teeth... and recommended veneers on my teeth! I do not have terrible teeth, I just went in to close a gap, and so after spending roughly $2,000 still do not have the services completed that she had originally recommended as a treatment for me. She then quoted me $15,000 treatment plan with veneers. She also said that I needed 4 crowns which would bring my grand total to almost $19,000 (I went to my regular cleaning with no cavities in late January), so it's hard to believe that within a 4 month time period I would need 4 crowns(she also did not show me my x-rays to show me where the decay was which was a red flag). I do not trust this dentist. She just wants to slap on some extremely expensive veneers (which resemble horse teeth) on every patient which yields the most profit. I would not recommend this dentist. On a more positive note, most of her staff is very friendly and welcoming, however the main receptionist is very rude and pushy.
    - Allison C.
  • After no phone calls informing me of a cancellation between February and May (with significant tooth pain), I received a call asking to reschedule the July root canal. I requested something sooner--was told to come same day. Dentist rushed in late, wearing street clothes, no gloves, agreed to try filling rather than root canal. I experienced a very uncomfortable reaction to lidocaine injection--sneezed for 8 hours, cold/allergy symptoms for three days. Was told by dentist that this was impossible, even though I found much anecdotal evidence online for similar reactions. Dentist seems competent, but scheduling was random and protracted, especially for a root canal, and condescension and disregard of uncomfortable reaction by dentist was unforgivable (in my book).
    - Catherine S.
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  • He is very skillful. If I didn't feel like they were treating me right I wouldn't go there. He explains everything. He gives you choices.
    - Karen B.
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    - Jerome M.
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