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By: Patricia B.
All Care Dental Pc
THIS dds should be sent to prison.... when I ask d for a return of my deposit, she refused to respond. Would not open the door when I tried to speak to her face to face. Conyers police, to whom I made a report, stated that she is notorious in the area... Please do not go to this dentist....
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By: Jay M.
T Mac Lawncare
Great service! Very dependable! Does all the extras to make a professional looking job. He is courteous and demands the same from his crew. Highly recommend.
By: Scott P.
Premium Cuts Inc
best quality and service out of any landscaping company I have reviewed
By: Janette D.
All Care Dental Pc
Made me dentures the clasps rusted the dds couldnt even take my impression she had to get a guy.from the back he was the only person in the place that seem to know about dentures the dds sure didnt the sad thing was it was his first day and by the way he talked they will be lucky if he makes it a week
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