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By: Josh G.
Scott Freeman DMD, PA.
He is not qualified to do braces yet he does and he is very expensive (over 5K in total). Now I have gone to two orthodontist and they see a lot of issues with his work. I now have a bill for 4.9K to fix his mistakes.
By: P M.
Gary Lynn Turpen, DDS
To avoid any legal hassles the following is my opinion: 2016 Seemed OK at first, but later while "fixing" a tooth that did not bother me, because small part of the filling chipped off. I an attempt to avoid near future problems I did another appointment to replace the filling. He drilled it too deep causing lasting pain after and also cracked the first filling & my tooth. He NEVER said anything about the cracked tooth. I heard it go POP!!! in my mouth. I told him at the time the "New filling cracked". He drilled it out and refilled it again, did not get the layer right had to come back to drill down the tooth further because it made my jaw hurt as it was too high. When looking at it is when I realized not only the new filling cracked but my tooth also. He refused t o repair his own damage and said I would have to pay his cost for the Crown I DID NOT NEED BEFORE his CRAPPY work. He seems to think, that my payment for a filling was required even though I now no longer needed a filling I needed a crown, damage he caused!!
By: Nikolay K.
Gary Lynn Turpen, DDS
Not a very smart or patient dentist. He was too much in a hurry to drill out the filling sufficiently before trying to break it out, ended up cracking one of my main molars. That tooth never hurt or troubled me in ten years until this doctor touched it. Horrible doctor, never going to him again. In addition the material he uses for filling is always the wrong shade, never matches the tooth correctly like other dentists.
By: Raychel T.
David W. Casagrande DDS, MS
I love this office. The staff has a wonderful attitude and my procedures are almost always pain free.
By: Stacy D.
David W. Casagrande DDS, MS
Thanks to Dr. Casagrande and his great staff, my appointments always go smoothly. I wouldn't change a thing!
By: Larry H.
Jace, Hansen, DDS
Was referred to Dr. Hansen by my daughter Dr. Andrea Brown. Have been really pleased with the quality of service and the entire staff.
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By: Dale W.
David W. Casagrande DDS, MS
Dr. Casagrande and his team deliver excellent care and service to their patients. I am always taken care of here.
By: Kyle T.
David W. Casagrande DDS, MS
David W. Casagrande DDS is a very clean and organized practice. I am impressed with how the office is kept so up to date.
By: Kyle R.
David W. Casagrande DDS, MS
The staff is wonderful to work with at David W. Casagrande DDS.
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By: Kaylon E.
Capitol Dental
Beautiful office at a great location downtown. Very friendly staff that answered all of my questions. Would highly recommend for all dental work.
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