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07/01/2017
By: Theresa H.
Leitner John O DDS
I have good experiences there, I have always been treated friendly and respectful .I've always been scared to go dentist but not now
09/22/2016
By: Laura L.
Kamminga, Robert A
I've been going to this dentist for over 13 years. I've never had a bad experience, untill yesterday and today. I went in for a replacement of a broken filling and was told my entire tooth was decayed under the cracked filling. They never did a xray to see and show me the decayed tooth. He said a implant would be better than a root canal. I will not let anyone extract my teeth unless absolutely necessary!! Also the other dentist from this office that put this filling in this tooth 9 years ago drilled on my tooth without fully numbing the area. I jumped of course because it HURT! This dentist was rude and yelled at me for jumping. My mouth hurts today and gums red and swollen. The front desk secretary Janelle was very nasty and rude! She insinuated my tooth was decayed and gums red and swallon because I don't brush my teeth . I dare her say that to me! I brush my teeth!!! Very rude and unprofessional !!!!!
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02/20/2015
By: Marci M.
Hackley Workplace Health
If I could give a "0" as a review, I would!This was the most negative, worst experience I have ever had with a doctor's office, from the greeting, to the Nurse, doctor and exit paperwork. Everyone was rude, the doctor was inept and clueless and then acted like he suddenly had no more time for me, even though I had waited over 40 mins in his waiting area for HIM.I WOULD NEVER EVER recommend this office to anyone. It was a waste of time and money and I am left back at square one anyway.Worthless.
01/27/2013
By: getpreparedtoday
William Dewitt DDS
I typically avoid Dentist in the past, but Dr. Bill and his staff are professional and they do a great job. My kids and myself enjoy Dr. Bill humor and makes going to the dentist enjoyable.
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