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  • F
    Northern Virginia Surgical Arts
    Beware!! Worst place ever to get referred to. Had a consultation scheduled at a certain time and took more then 45 minutes to be called back to the room. Then scheduled the surgery two weeks out at 10am and the morning of we receive a call that Dr. David Liang was running 40 minutes behind. This ****** me off as I had to leave 2 HOURS prior to my appointment time since I���m coming from Maryland and traffic is a beast during these times. I had another appointment scheduled right after this one with the orthodontist since I needed to schedule both of these appointments right after each other. Due to the inconvenience my ortho appointment had to be rescheduled to 3:15pm so my drive back home will now be a 2 1/2 to 3 hour drive. If I could give this place a 0 or minus I would have. Don���t recommend this place at all.
    - Alma C.
  • A
    Arlington Dental Aesthetics
    I was taken I promptly and work began within minutes of me begin seated.  Novacaine was administered two both sides.  The small cavity was done first and frankly it went so quickly and the work so unnoticeable that I was surprised when he said it was done. The area had too be cleaned, prepped, filled, and then smoothed. The extraction took more time, but again when Dr Oh told me he was done I did not think he had removed the tooth yet.  I know he had to work his way around the tooth with some implement and then used grips to wiggle and loosen it before taking it out, but when the tooth came out I did not realize it.  This was a back upper molar which I expected more discomfort from than just some pressure on my jaw.  Dr Oh is very mindful of patient discomfort, so I am sure he used what he considers more than adequate novacane to make sure the actual procedure is pain free.
    I used gauze pads (provided by the dentist) for about three hours after the work was completed to make sure that bleeding has ceased. I then took one Advil.  The major discomfort was a headache.  There was no throbbing or pain in the extraction area.
    - Robert K.
  • B
    Northern Virginia Surgical Arts

    The fragment came out and waiting for my gum to heal at this point.  I may go to this office again, or pick another dental office close to my home that performs both dental work and oral surgery.

    - James K.
  • A
    Richard D. Gruntz DDS, PC
    Dr Gruntz the younger and Dr Gruntz the elder both participated, it was taking a little time with the younger Dr., (not his fault, the tooth had spreading roots) and his father finished up his patients and came in to help. There was an issue with the cavity becoming infected; I called on the day when the office was closed and the Dr answered his phone- did not send me to a service, he did answer that he would come into the office if I wanted, but I was okay for the next day. They packed it up promptly, it healed well.
    - David K.
  • A
    Bethesda Family Dentistry
    Having not seen the inside of a dentist office in over 10+ years, mostly due to living abroad and, well, getting on with life whilst forgoing the care of my teeth (oh how naand iuml;vely stoic some of us think we are in our 20s), I was in dire need for a full mouth overhaul and I with severe pain starting to affect my ears and overall health, I knew it could no longer be avoided. Add in the time-lengthy lack of a dentist to the fact that I���m also, unfortunately, prone to developing cavities seemingly out of the blue, predisposed with soft tooth-enamel and born with a wretched cross-bite/TMJ, I knew I was in for a (sobering) ride.
    Luckily, the entire office personnel staff, doctors, surgeons, and hygienists are all extremely lovely and understanding. Dr. Tabb has the best bed-side manner and the other dentists are also good too. They seem to genuinely care about ones welfare and are always sure to discuss the price estimate and alternative options prior to any non-routine yet necessary endeavor. They���ve never forced me into doing anything (and/or signing a release form) that I wasn���t 100% comfortable with. I also like that the providers here have always maintained to be upfront with me by making themselves clear as to whether or not something seen as a potential problem is that of their own personal opinion or not, and also if they think it���s something which needs fixing immediately and is essential, or if it���s something that could cause me problems further down the line. They try to incorporate as much preventative maintenance into the practice of dentistry (which actually isn���t a perfect science) by taking into account ones entire dental history and overall lifestyle health and habits as a whole. To me, I really appreciate that as I���ll be the first to admit to not being a ���perfectand quot; human in regards to my health in the past decade.
    Another positive experience I���ve had with working with Dr. Tabb and Dr. Steinberg, who does root canals, is when something unexpected occurred during the most recent root canal I had in July 2014, they immediately informed me and didn���t hold back that the error had been their fault. Long story short, I would need another porcelain crown to be made, plus a new temporary crown put in for the interim. They didn���t charge me a cent for the new temp crown or the new porcelain crown mold to be made. 2 weeks later when I came back in to have the permanent porcelain crown put in, the always warm and lovely Dr. Tabb assured me before I even had the thought to ask, that it, too, was ���on the house���. This may seem like a small scale issue to some, but trust me, when you don���t know squat about dentistry other than the difference between flouride toothpaste and regular toothpaste and to brush teeth a minimum of twice daily after food, it really means a lot to be treated with more than an ounce of dignity! In all seriousness, they could EASILY have charged me in full for the additional appointment, temp. crown and the cost of getting the permanent crown fitted, molded, and installed without me ever being the wiser except noting that my bank account was balance was worse for wear. In fact, they legally were in their rights to charge me for their own error if they had felt like they wanted to. I���ve been ripped off before by doctors/healthcare professionals in the past, so to have them actually be forthright to me about rectifying their own admitted mistake and charge a big fat $0 to do the procedure(s) all over again, is a BIG deal to me and I must say it kinda won me over a little bit!
    Lastly, the office management are always professional and sincerely dear to work with. They are impressively flexible and really great about phone call appointment reminders, negotiating different payment plans, insurance (or lack-there-of) issues, and so forth. Yes, this practice isn���t the cheapest outfit one could probably find but I���d much rather trust in what I���m paying more for in the long haul and know it���s a job well done, rather than paying a few nickels less and not knowing whether my mouth will stand the test of time. Besides, in the DC metropolitan area, I really doubt one will find a family dentistry that is going to substantially save them more whilst having the expertise, honestly, friendly, and flexibility as Bethesda Family Dentistry does. Dentist are NOT cheap. Full stop. In this case, ���put your money where your mouth is��� gives a new twist and more positive meaning to paying for what one gets. And, yes, pun definitely intended.
    - Anna W.
  • A
    A.F. Amin D.D.S. P.C.
    He is a gentle oral surgeon. He is the oral surgeon, that other dentists call to fix the problems that they make. A dentist pulled my wisdom tooth, and broke it off, and Dr. A, came and fixed it in an amazing fashion.
    - Kim J.
  • F
    Michael T Hardin DDS
    When I arrived, they wanted me to sign some papers agreeing to be tested for Aids if they decided it was necessary, and that any xrays taken became the property of the doctor's, and if I wanted a copy I agreed to pay extra $20 or $100, cannot remember how much they were.
    As instructed, I arrived with my most recent xrays which were 15 months old. was seated in the chair. Apparently the  receptionist is the doctor's assistant and the doctor does the cleaning too.
    they started to take xrays and I told them that I had my most recent xrays with me as instructed. they did not like that and insisted on taking new, again saying they had to have recent xrays. 
    they insisted on taking more xrays. I didn't want to take more xrays b/c I have had many taken already this year. They continued to insist saying the insurance would pay for it. when I would not agree, the receptionist removed the bib that she had put on me, escorted me to the door and locked it behind me. 
    I drove all the way out to Reston from North Arlington based on my peridontist's recommendation and was treated so rudely.  It was stunning, incredulous.
    - deborah y.
  • A
    Roca Dental
    Dr. Roca has good bedside manner I guess.  I had a couple of procedures done at other dentists that were pretty painful, but he’s pretty careful.  So he’s very efficient.  The staff is wonderful and the wait time is not bad.  Dr. Roca was maybe just once 15 minutes behind. That was the only time he has not been within a few minutes of my scheduled time.
    - Mark H.
  • A
    Rothman & Rothman
    The appointment was great. Dr Rothman was very straight-forward with me about needing to get the implant removed sooner than later. He spoke to me like I was an intelligent adult and gave me options about my treatment going forward. The other doctor that I had visited earlier in the day addressed me like I was a little girl that couldn't possibly understand what he was talking about. (I'm all for doctors breaking things down to plain english to help those of us that haven't gone to med school, but I'm not a five year-old.) This doctor also only gave me the option of having him remove my implant and then put a new one in later. The thing I really liked about Dr. Rothman was that there was no pressure for me to agree to coming back to him to have a new implant put in. He gave me a quote for what it would cost to remove the bad one and left it up to me to decide if/when I would want a new one put in. 
    A few days later, I returned to the office for the extraction. I didn't have to wait at all. I was nervous, but the nurse made me feel very comfortable. Dr. Rothman came in and quickly numbed me up. and before I could count to ten the implant was out. He told me I would feel some pressure as he removed it, but worked so quickly, I didn't really have time to notice. He was also able to remove a large piece of the tooth that the implant replaced- and he let me know that that remaining chunk of tooth is why the implant failed in the first place. 
    The thing that I liked so much about this office is that Dr Rothman didn't sugar-coat anything. He was very straight forward about my situation and how he was going to fix it. Some people might see him as a bit cold, but this is how I like my doctors. I prefer someone to speak to me factually. I also appreciated that the cost of the removal was on the lower end. This is always a plus!
    - Annie T.
  • A
    John J Krygowski DDS
    My husband was last there a week ago. We switched to him about 2 years ago, because our old dentist retired. He is very good at what he does, he is precise, a terrific craftsman and a very pleasant guy. A friend recommended him to me, and that is why I started using him. Availability is not bad because they are very organized.
    - Stephen C.
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