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  • A
    Northern Virginia Surgical Arts
    Went to the Manassas Park office and had an implant put in. Dr. Blais and his team couldn't have been better. They put you right at ease and do a wonderful job. Everybody in the office was very friendly with no waiting.
    - Thomas M.
  • A
    Virginia Family Dentistry
    Having had major oral surgery as a young teenager, I have high anxiety at the dentist (even for cleanings). The two visits above occured at the Staples Mill and Midlothian locations.  I love this practice! Everyone is so nice, and super professional.  Highly recommend!
    - Glenn C.
  • A
    Fairfax Oral Surgery
    The surgery went very well. My daughter did not have any complications. We anticipated that it would be so much worse from stories we had heard. The day of surgery was smooth. The healing time was rather quick and went very smoothly. My daughter had a couple of her wisdom teeth impacted, even then, her recovery was not bad at all. Dr. Silloway is an excellent surgeon. I'd highly recommend her to others.
    - Laurie L.
  • D
    Dr Steven Jackson DDS
    The sedation process worked, although the doctor's approach was tentative when it came to getting the intravenous setup inserted. It took more than one try before I was on the drip and in some sort of twilight mode. From that point, the rest of the process was sort of in and out, with some recollection of the process but no pain. I do remember being surprised that no cord was wrapped around my teeth prior to taking the impressions to ensure that the crowns would fiit and go below the gum line. I left the office with the temporaries in place. One set fell off during the waiting period but the dentist was good at seeing me right away to fit them back in.

    The real problems began when I went to get the new crowns put in. First of all, the color match was terrible (I was told that it was the closest his lab could approximate) but even worse, they were not individual crowns but two sets of joined teeth, one for the left side, one for the right. I was horrified and told him that and quot;Noand quot; that was not what I had wanted. Evidently he had asked me when I was under sedation?? The crowns were sent back to the lab where, I was assured, everything would be taken care of. Four weeks later I went back and was presented with the new crowns. They had obviously just sawed the teeth apart, there was no porcelin surrounding each tooth, just some dark metal. This metal also peeped out under the lower edge of some of the crowns. At this point, I was just sick of the whole thing and wanted it over so they were glued in and I have hated their appearance from day one.

    Since then I have gone in for a couple of cleanings. The last time it entailed a very brief 15 minute poke-around with a probe/scaper and then everything brushed. I commented on my unhappiness with the exposed black metal edges and was told this was proably due to my gums receding...I said that no, that's the way they were from the first. I also asked why no cord when taking the impressions and was informed that this was only done for top teeth. I was also told that the crowns could be replaced so I dropped the subject.

    Recently, the corner of one of my front teeth chipped/fell off and I thought and quot;Oh no; I don't really want to have one of my front teeth looking like these crownsand quot;. I asked some friends if they could recommend a good dentist and got one name came from a couple of people I trust so made an appointment. Two days later I went in for what I thought would be a routine evaluation and cleaning. The cleaning alone took almost 45 minutes and the hygienist asked about the lower crowns, i.e. the metal showing and the gaps between the crowns (who knew/). She asked if they caught a lot of food and I said and quot;yesand quot;. Obviously they were not something she saw every day.

    Then the dentist came in and told me that a cavity was reponsible for the front tooth issue and asked if I wanted it fixed right then; I said and quot;yesand quot;. He did a beautiful job and matched my tooth color exactly. We then discussed my crowns and I shared my frustration. I found out that cord is indeed used for lower teeth to improve the impression and that the metal showing between the crowns and the gaps were not the norm by a long shot. The teeth are supposed to touch at the top so that food does not easily get between them. As I said, who knew?

    So I am going to get the lower crowns redone by my new dentist. I have no faith in the ones there now. Not only did one pop off (got it glued in the next day) but the porcelin on that tooth has now cracked and parts of it have fallen off.

    I take full responsibility for not researching both the procedure and Dr. Jackson beforehand. However, the bad information I was fed after the fact...not good. My new crowns will probably not be covered in the least by my dental plan so I'm looking at ~ $6,300 out-of-pocket.

    This is the first time I have written a negative review like this and I'm not happy doing it but if it saves someone else from going through the same scenario, it's worth it.
    - Colby H.
  • F
    Rasmussen, Dr. James E.
    I'll make this as simple as possible: run from this surgeon unless you're a masochist.  If you don't enjoy pain, don't even think about this practice.  He was the roughest and most uncaring dental surgeon I've ever seen.  During the procedure, when I was lying there sobbing in pain and making hand signals for him to stop (he didn't), nobody even offered me a tissue -- I had to reach up and use the *bib* to wipe my eyes and face, which ellicited no action from him or his staff.  I felt that this man was literally sadistic.
    - Bubba P.
  • D
    Rasmussen, Dr. James E.
    First, this doctor is not willing to listen to you. Second, he did not deaden my skin first just went right in with the painful shots, unlike the oral surgeon I finally went to. Third, he tried twice to deaden the area, I have a difficulty in this area. Forth, said i need to be hospitalized, anesthesia, etc to remove because it could not be deadened.

    Then I was told that he only uses a hospital in another city and that I would have to pay a $250, fee above and beyond my insurance for loss of patient time in the office.

    I went to another oral surgeon who deadened my skin before the shots and the took the time and more than one kind of shots to deaden the jaw. This surgeon did so with caring thoughfulness and there was no need for hospitalization

    The difference that can be made by a caring and listening as well as expertise is everything I found Dr Rasmussen not to be! Going to another surgeon saved me anxiety, pain, time, money and the possible complications that always exist with anesthesia
    - Steve P C.
  • A
    Argintar, Dr. Barry C.
    Dr Argintar not only got it numb, we did it with grace and a caring manner. Not only was the surgery done without pain it saved me the possible complications and risk of anesthesia as well as the substantial cost even with good insurance. he was more than willing to take the extra time required. It turned out to be a totally good experience.
    - Steve P C.
  • A
    Virginia Dental Solutions
    I have been seeing him for about 15 years. All the dentists there are excellent. The office staff is very good. They have always gone out of their way to take care of my family. I moved to Manhattan which is 25 miles away, but I still go back to them.
    - Thereza C.
  • A
    Nelson Dental Practice
    Beyond the fact that my jaw is hard as a rock and I made for a challenge, everything went exceptionally well!
    - Scott F.
  • F
    Palumbo, Dr. Pat
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    - Theresa H.
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