By: Todd C.
Dental Dreams
Be prepared to wait at least an hour (sometimes 2+ hours) to even get out of the waiting room. Yes... sometimes there are hordes of unsupervised children running a muck and driving you nuts during your 1-2+ hour wait... but it is one of the few places around (maybe the only) that takes medicaid. Despite these shortcomings, the Dentists and Hygienists have always been thorough and professional and get the job done - at least the 5-6 times I've been there. It would be nice if they didn't overbook and you didn't have to clear 3-4 hours from your schedule for a routine check-up and cleaning, but if you're poor and/or on medicaid like me, I guess you're fortunate to get any kind of decent dental care at all given our lovely for-profit healthcare industry. Other than the waiting time and screaming kids, they actually do a good job and the staff has always been courteous and professional which is astounding considering the environment they work in and high turnover likely due to long hours and crappy pay. Another reviewer referred to them as a "dental mill," and I would agree based on what I've seen. I would definitely be wary of any procedures other than fillings and crowns. But again, everyone there has always seemed to do their best given the crappy situation they've inherited from a money-hungry corporate structure and the lax laws and lack of oversight that allow these medicaid/medicare mills to operate unimpeded. If you have good dental insurance or can afford it, don't go here - not because they're bad people or incompetent, but because the a-holes at the top of this large national chain are getting rich off of exploiting not only the federal and state welfare programs that allow poor schmucks like us any dental care at all, but also their employees (Dentists included) who are forced to work under these circumstances -- they usually don't last long at this place. I've read some of the horror stories about this place and the national chain, but so far I've gotten competent care but only go here because I have no other options.
By: Deb B.
Vincent S Rogliano DMD
Staff is friendly, but wait times have increased, and they've stopped reviewing insurances prior to providing service. Recently they completed half of the work on a crown, and only then informed me that my ins would not cover the more than $1100 cost and that I was expected to pay the entire amount on the spot. When I questioned why they hadn't informed me of this cost prior to drilling into my tooth (or I would have waited until I had the funds to pay for it), they told me it was not their responsibility and that they would not complete the work until the balance was paid. They were unwilling to budge. My family has been a client here for years. They have been pushy about "extra" services, but have always disclosed costs and were very good about letting us know what insurance would cover - they are no longer! I've had friends and family have similar experiences at this office recently - including sending account balances to collections while they were still receiving payment.
By: Deanna R.
Dental Dreams
I've read the reviews from other people, and I just can't believe what I'm reading! I had NO ISSUES at all with my appointment! I signed in and got in to see the dentist within 30 minutes. The dentist I had was great! Yes, he spoke broken English, but if you paid attention to him, you could understand what he was saying. As far as kids running around, what do you expect kids to do? IT'S A KID'S DENTIST PEOPLE!!I cant wait to go back & have my teeth taken care of and finally have dentures, and no more pain! As far as waiting 3 months for your dentures, its safer to wait! Putting dentures in on top of open sores, it could cause staph infection, or worse, mouth cancer!
By: Lisa A.
Capitol Dental Care
I have been to this office a number of times. I always was treated with courtesy and respect. Dena was my hygienist this last time and she was really good. Friendly, thorough and considerate of my not wanting fluoride on my teeth. (Displaces iodine-not in my mouth! I don't want thyroid problems.) I was impressed with the fact that I had the wrong time for my appt. and they were very considerate of my error and made arrangements to have me seen anyway. Dr. Sisk took his time to explain what was going on with my gums which I appreciated since I have had problems in the past. I definitely will return to this office.
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By: Martha S.
Dental Dreams
I am in the waiting room as i am writing and have witness the worst costumer service and poor management ever, at least three patients had to be reschedule due to not being in the system,the wait is ridiculous. They have zero professionalism they were talking about each other in front of the entire waiting room, i work for a dental office and i they would have never tolerate such poor behavior and lack of care for patients. Wow i am just floored that this place that seem so nice is so awful will not be returning.
By: Donaldlaei I.
Capitol Dental Care
My visits this past year have all been great. I receive great care. All of my questions have been answered without hesitation. Brandy has been exceptional, her knowledge and help. The front ofice has been great as well. My family and I are very satisfied and are all happy that we are apart of the Capitol Dental Care family.
By: George E.
Capitol Dental Care
I love my dentist and his team.This place saved me from horrible tooth pain. My wisdoms teeth started bothering me really bad. I called around searching for someone who could see me ASAP. I began to lose hope. When I called this place they were able to see me the same day.
By: jamiea
Ivker, Robyn, DDS
INCREDIBLE service! The doctor was so friendly and genuine. You could tell that he loves his job and the kids! We would recommend them to all of our friends and family. The front desk staff was very helpful with quesitons I had with my insurance as well :)
By: Linda A.
Capitol Dental Care
The whole process was quick and painless. I didn't feel rushed or anything. They took the time to really be gentle and care of my teeth. You are now looking at someone who is not insecure about their smile. Thank you Capitol Dental for the new smile.
By: Robert T.
Capitol Dental Care
The doctor was wonderful, patient and very informative. She explained things in terms that I could really understand. More importantly, she treated my mouth like royality! Thank you- I'm qa new person!
Tips & Advices
  • If a tooth decays and the nerves or pulp (soft internal tissue which helps teeth develop) become inflamed or infected
  • If a tooth is cracked or broken and nerves are exposed
This generally depends on any specific issues you wish to address with your teeth. There are toothpastes designed to whiten teeth, fight cavities, decrease sensitivity, prevent bad breath, resist gingivitis, and those specific to children (with lower fluoride content). There are also toothpastes that offer “complete” protection by combining aspects of many of the above toothpastes.
It’s recommended to get a professional cleaning at least two times per year.
  • Desensitizing toothpaste numbs the nerves in the teeth that can cause discomfort.
  • Mouth guard can protect against grinding teeth during sleep.
  • Fluoride treatment can be applied by dentists to sensitive areas to numb teeth and strengthen enamel.
  • Root canal can treat problems in a tooth’s core.
  • Surgical gum graft where a piece of gum tissue is removed from a section of the mouth to cover an exposed root.
Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed, but there are certain signs that can help you and your doctor determine if yours should be:
  • Wisdom teeth are pushing other teeth around, causing pain and misalignment
  • Cysts form around newly emerged wisdom teeth, causing jaw damage
  • Gums get inflamed and swollen, causing cavities and pain
  • Doctor determine from x-rays that wisdom teeth will cause problems in the near future

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