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By: Mark M.
Goldsmith Jerrold DDS
I went here they did a good job, I went through a difficult financial period and had to miss a few appointments I couldn’t afford and now the refuse to see me. Dr. Goldsmith should be more compassionate and understanding in regards to real people and real life tragedy’s we all go through before they throw good people and clients in the trash!!!
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By: Cassie M.
Kool Smiles
Anika and Kim at the front desk are always laughing and smiling . They make the atmosphere there be alive . I will be sending friends there .
By: Nikki H.
Kool Smiles
Jamie was very friendly. She was able to calm my child because he was scared. The doctor was also great. I think it was Li or Lu.
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By: Randy K.
Fritsch Family Dentistry
They are very nice and very professional
By: fmaduck
Jamestowne Dental
My review is of about 6 weeks of interaction. This office is perfect for those who have PTSD or issues associated with it. They are caring, understanding and flexible. The relationship between staff and dentist is clearly affectionate and warm. This helps the patient to relax. I believe I had 6 appointments, one each week for 6 weeks. It was always clean and welcoming. You'll like going here. The overall atmosphere is calm and caring. Go here.
By: Kelly S.
Steckbeck, Thomas J DDS
We have been patients of Dr Steckbecks for 15 years we are having our records transferred elsewhere due to multiple bad interactions with his back office staff (Dental Assistants). Tiffany is wonderful, front office good as a whole. Back Office is terrible!!!
By: Karen S.
Marketplace Dental Care
During my bi-annual cleaning, it was recommended that I have a molar crowned. I was having no pain, no problems, and my partial fit fine with the molar. However I was told that since this molar had several fillings, I should have this done to avoid future problems. I was given a form to sign stating my portion would be $221.70 after insurance covered their part and I ok'd the work, and made the payment. Evidently my insurance plan had been changed without my knowledge due to a computer glitch, and my insurance now covers preventative care only. In error, I assumed the doctor had gotten pre-certification since he had an exact amount for me to pay for a crown. When questioning the new bill which had no insurance payments noted, I was told they normally pre-certify but in my case it wasn't done, so I am stuck paying for a crown I didn't ask for. Also the new crown is bigger than the original tooth, and is causing me major problems. My partial doesn't fit right now, my TMJ problem is worse, and my whole lower jaw is shifting. Today I went to Marketplace and paid $1085.70 that I was billed for, and when I got home, realized the receipt shows they added another $114.60 to the previous charge., and when I called I was told they're still waiting on an insurance payment for the cleaning, and I won't owe anything else. I called Cigna, they had already paid $94.00 on 3-20-17 to cover the cleaning. No explanation given by Marketplace, just that I "probably won't owe it". I'm going to have to wait to 2018 when I can change my policy and have another dentist fix the mess in my mouth. I'm changing dentists. Can't trust this one to take care of me honestly. Never had a problem before this dentist took over Marketplace.
By: Katlyn S.
Signature Smile Family Dentistry
Dr. Change is extremely accommodating with you're schedule and will always find a way to fit you in whenever you need to see her. I highly recommend seeing her!
By: Dwayne H.
Oller Dean H DDS
Great Team and Good Work! Excellent referrals.Excellent DDS! Great Community Support!Nice Office Staff.
By: Eric K.
Augusta Dental Office
Ive been a patient here for so long and would recommend it to any friend or family member of mine. give it a try!
Tips & Advices
A dental discount plan has a much smaller monthly fee than dental insurance and offers a percentage discount on fees charged by dentists who participate in the plan. A member of the plan shows a membership card to the dentist to receive the discount and pays the dentist directly.
When selecting a dental plan, consider:
  • Group dental insurance through an employer or other large group will have the best rates.
  • Whether the “in-network” list of dentists in your area includes your dentist
  • Monthly premiums, payment caps, limits and deductibles
  • Benefits – What’s included? Are orthodontia, implants or other services excluded?
  • Would a dental discount plan be more cost effective?
Although most dentists accept one or more type of insurance, others have stopped accepting insurance as they grow increasingly unhappy with insurance company dictates and requirements.
A dental savings plan is also known as a dental discount plan. Membership in the plan allows for discounted services at a list of approved dentists. It is not dental insurance, but a discount program.
Monthly dental insurance premiums are typically $20-$50 for an individual and $50-$150 for a family, but vary depending upon location and scope of coverage. Employer-sponsored plans will be less expensive than buying a plan through the independent insurance marketplace.

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