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By: Coraline J.
Royal Dental
This place is horrible they over charge and there work don't hold up at all and you end up going to another dentist and paying to have the work corrected and the lady at the front desk is completely rude always has a attitude like she runs the place this place is a joke i now go to Livingston TX to have my work DONE and let me tell you there work holds up and all there staff is amazing and there very reasonable I'm pretty sure I paid Half what they were going to charge me for my root canal and cap
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By: Daniel T.
Royal Dental
This place is a joke. My wife tried to call one time to confirm an appointment and a paient answered the phone and said "who diss, I don't even work here". I should have turned and ran at that point but instead bought upper and lower bridges and after paying almost $20,000 asked for a simple bite adjustment and was told "we don't work around your schedule" by the manager Sharon. If anyone is to blame for this places unprofessionalism she is the one. I'll be waging a formal complaint against her with corporate TODAY.
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By: Keyane E.
Jefferson Dental Clinics
I took my baby miracle to jefferson dental what i like about the visit was i called and make our app. and a hr later we were gettig seen they took really good care of my baby and the visit was really fast and they made sure they explan everything to me and her sowe knew what was going on every step of the was i really enjoyed our visit
By: vrpeters
Baytown Gentle Dental
This dentist office does not honor warranty work on their bridges. This bridge was only three years old (they should last MUCH longer!) which should still hold a warranty but because I did not go to them to get my teeth cleaned they want to charge me for a new bridge! Oh but I should feel really good because they will give me a 25% discount since they messed it up in the first place.....well doesn't make me feel any fact, they have lost me as a customer.... Someone else can pay the $2000 dental bill!
Tips & Advices
An increasing number of children are getting tooth whitening treatments and veneers. However, dental experts advise against childhood cosmetic procedures except in the event of an emergency.
Prospective patients should choose a dentist who is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry or the American Dental Association. These organizations offer their members the latest in dental research, procedures, and training. It’s also a good idea to request photos of the dentist's prior work to see the quality.
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