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Dentistry reviews in Falls Church

  • A
    Love, Dr. Melanie
    Dr. Love has an excellent chairside manner. She explained what she was doing throughput the examination. She and her staff were careful to be sure that I was comfortable. Checkout was quick and easy and the fee seemed very reasonable to me.
    - Dallas M.
  • A
    Grosso, Dr. Michael E.
    Dr. Grosso is a great dentist. He is very professional while being friendly. I have worked with other dentists and without exceptions they would "recommend" some procedures or ask you to buy extra stuff that may or may not be useful. But not Dr. Grosso. He just took care of your teeth without keeping on asking you to buy stuff. Also, I would like to mention that Tina is a great dental hygienist. Both my son and I love her. This dentistry is not specifically designed for children. But my 5-year old just loves coming to clean his teeth because Tina always keeps him entertained. I am not sure how may kids out there are like my son. He really loves visiting dentist. And the credit has to go to Tina! I don't have any complaint whatsoever and would recommend Dr. Grosso to anyone who wants a good and friendly dentist.
    - Chinghao W.
  • A
    Urban, Dr. David W
    Dr. Urban and his staff are really top notch.  I had been seeing someone else for years, who was okay, until I switched insurance.
    I have been struck by how much better the level of service, knowledge and professionalism is at Dr. Urban's office.  I would recommend him without hesitation.
    - Elizabeth T.
  • C
    McLean Family Dentistry
    I went to Dr. Chand because my old dentist retired and that the one who replaced him started pushing unnecessary services on my husband.  
    After the cleaning on 10/21/15, Dr. Chand examined my teeth and viewed all of the X-Rays with me.  She pointed out that I have a LOT of decays.  I was surprised because I brush and floss my teeth daily and that I do not eat sweets very often.  I had cleaning every 6 months and my former dentist only put one of my teeth on the "watch list"
    They e-mailed me a treatment plan showing that 8 teeth need "new" fillings (some were only about 4 years old).  I thought that I gave the dentist benefit of the doubt and have the ones listed as "priority" fixed, although I was VERY uncomfortable about the whole thing.  The 10/27/15 treatment took a long time and Dr. Chand scheduled another patient at the same time as me.  She left for quite a while during the treatment to see the other patient.  I could hear her discussion with the other patient.  This extra wait time is on top of the normal numbing time.
    After the treatment, I felt some "sharpness" and a "dip" where my teeth were fixed.  I called and went back.  They made an effort and the dip seemed less obvious.  However, after that, each time I floss around that area, the dental floss would either shred or break.  I e-mailed the office and told them about the "new" problem, they offered for me to go back. Because I lost the trust in Dr. Chand, I asked that they send me the X-Rays and got a second opinion.  My new dentist spent a lot more time looking at the X-Rays and examined my teeth.  She only agreed with the diagnosis of 2 out of the 8 teeth on the treatment plan.  Naturally, I switched dentist after that.
    I could have saved a lot of money and multiple visits if I have gotten a 2nd opinion as soon as I was presented with the treatment plan.


    - Tina M.
  • A
    Lindemann, Dr. Scott P.
    They are fabulous - the dentist, his aides and his office staff.  Prompt, friendly, helpful.  The crown is working great and he put it in without a titanium post. He was fast, efficient and it was super easy.
    - Teresa S.
  • A
    Lobo, Dr. Mignonette
    I went to the dentist that was there before she was and he retired. She took over the office. So I just stayed and she is fine. I've been happy. She knows her stuff. I've been happy with the prices. She is good. I've had no bad outcome at all that would cause me to look elsewhere. Whether or not her personality would fit everybody else, I don't know. Somebody might go and just not like her attitude. But, with me, she is fine. As a dentist, she is competent. So, I've been happy with her. I would recommend her. I usually wait in the waiting room for about 1 minute before she calls me in. She is ready.
    - sophia & john v.
  • F
    Annandale Smiles
    • What led to this review is an unusual situation, but it speaks to the professionalism, reasonableness, and flexibility of this dental practice.
      I merely wanted a dental exam and cleaning.  What could possibly go wrong?
    Well, I do not get cavities so there's no point in my getting an X-ray, I refused the X-ray, they insisted that I must have an X-ray or they would not examine me or clean my teeth, so I left without my exam or a cleaning.  I wasted more than 1.5 hours during a work day, they couldn't give me a good reason why I *had* to have an X-ray (contrary to any practice I've visited in 15 years), and now I have to wait several more weeks for an overdue cleaning / exam with my old dentist who isn't conveniently located.
    I've had one filling, more than 35 years ago, and since then dentists have told me that it's highly unlikely I actually had a cavity for that filling--probably just a greedy or incompetent provider (dental pits might look like cavities).
    Because I don't get cavities, it makes little or no sense for me to get dental X-rays, or so I understand.  Granted, the radiation exposure is quite limited, but it does slightly increase the risk of getting a lethal or serious cancer.  So, why expose myself to this risk, if the x-rays aren't going to give me some kind of benefit?
    For the last 15 years or longer, I've visited multiple dental practices, because I move a lot.  Not once has a dentist refused to clean my teeth and give me an exam because I refused to get an X-ray.  I get x-rayed once every 2-4 years to keep my dentist happy, but I was X-rayed a year or so ago by my old dentist.
    The dentist I spoke with at Annandale Smiles could not give me a single good reason to have the X-ray.  Maybe there is something I don't know about, besides cavities, but she certainly didn't mention it.  I suggested that I could have the X-rays from my old dentist sent to them, but, no, they would not do any work on me.
    The one reason I got was nonsense:  We can't do it because of liability.  I said I'd be happy to sign a liability waiver.  They said they didn't have a form for that.  Why not have me write and sign on a sheet of paper that I refuse to have X-rays knowing full well that this means that any exam I get would not be completely thorough?  My old dentist has a one line form with a check box saying that I simply refused to get an x-ray.
    Rather than giving me a good reason to change my mind or themselves showing any flexibility, the dentist kept telling me that they could give me the X-ray with lots of lead shielding over most of my body.  Swell, so I'm still at risk for a brain tumor, which is probably the least treatable possibility.  They told me this twice; I told them twice that there was no way I was having an X-ray.  At this point, rather than instigating some unpleasant confrontation, I just left.
    Basically, this wasn't professional of them and shows a lack of reasonableness and flexibility.  If a patient wants something you don't typically do, then at least reason with them and show some flexibility, don't just tell them 'we do things our way and if you don't like it, well goodbye.'  I wasted work hours I don't have to waste so I could take care of my teeth, but am tossed out of this dental practice because I don't fit their normal procedures.
    - Peter M.
  • A
    Sherry Kazerooni, DDS, LVIF
    The whole team is extremely professional. They definitely go out of the way to make sure that you get the service that you need. Practically, the whole family uses her and a couple of times we had called them with emergencies even though she doesn't have any appointments available. She fits you in to make sure that everything is taken cared of. Her work is extremely professional. She is very much aware of the needs. Going to a dentist is never a pleasant feeling. So, she is very aware of the needs of the patients and she accommodates the patients very well. She's the only dentist that I have had that calls you after she does a simple procedure. She will call you later in the afternoon to find out if you feel okay, if she needs to see you again that same day and guide you on how to proceed with whatever you had at that time. So, she follows through. She's amazing. She calls you without you calling to make sure that you're okay.
    - Jacqueline R.
  • D
    Allegra Dental Center
    I received a flyer in the mail from Dr. Dickson and decided to call for an appointment since the hours are very flexible and the office is very near my home.  I went twice and both visits were just awful.  Dr. Dickson's assistant was officious, pushy, unpleasant, egotistical and much more concerned about getting payment from me than in providing a welcoming and friendly experience.  My first visit was what one would expect in terms of services.  They took x-rays and did a minimal cleaning (after the assistant made sure my insurance would pay).  It was a very painful experience.  I was told I needed to see a specialist for one problem perceived by them and that I would receive a treatment plan for whatever else needed to be done.  Not only did I not receive the name of a specialist, I didn't receive any type of treatment plan, written or otherwise.  What I got was verbally from the doctor who said I should have a scaling done on my upper left and have two fillings on front teeth.  I considered not going back but then decided since they had already done something, I ought to finish up and go back to them.  I am so sorry I did.  The reception staff had been brand new my first visit and there was a completely new staff this time.  So the assistant was once again running things and told me that I was there for much more than I signed on for.  I insisted on having only the things I expected done.  She required me to pay before going back.  I have never had to do that in a professional's office.  I have insurance that paid for at least 80 percent of the charges.  When I got in the chair, I was tilted back so far that I kept choking and the assistant kept spraying water down my throat.  I have never coughed so much in my life.  I was actually hoarse when I left and didn't get my voice back for 24 hours.  The whole process again was very painful and unpleasant.  I will not, not, not go back.
    - Christine L.
  • A
    Saory Kong DDS
    I've been going to them for a long time. It is a father/daughter office with one additional dentist. Both are Georgetown graduates, and excellent dentists with a wide range of skills. Dr. Saory Kong (the father) did a root canal on me without anesthesia (!), that's how good he is. His daughter, Tepy, is following in a wonderful family tradition.
    The office is very well run, OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, and never any problem getting an appointment. If it is an emergency, they work you in.
    The prices are more than reasonable. There is plenty of free parking. There are many pharmacies nearby in case you need to have a prescription filled. 
    You can't go wrong here. I know, from referrals they have given me that they are well respected by other dentists in the area. I hope they stay in business for a long time, as the idea of having to find a new dentist is scary! 


    - Patrick J.
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