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01/21/2017
By: Jennifer C.
Aspen Dental
I had issues with scheduling and feeling like they don't listen but it was all resolved in the end. However, now with a new dentist they never longer do molar root canals! Now I have to go elsewhere and my X-rays and records are there. What kind of dentist won't do root canals? I'm assuming the kind who was never good enough at it.
09/26/2016
By: Susan P.
Aspen Dental
This office was a joke. I went in for a Denture consultation. I was 2 samples of dentures, the 1st set gleaming white teeth and the 2nd set looked as if it were made from corn. Then told the Premium white dentures would run about $5000.00 This is without any extractions. Don't bother with this place.
08/09/2016
By: Marie M.
Aspen Dental
I really don't like to write negative reviews on any business, however, I'm thinking of those who are considering their place for denistry. On several occasions they mistated information and for the $, there are other places in the area one could go to. Get everything in writing and examine it before signing.
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06/15/2016
By: William V.
Aspen Dental
This place made me wait two months an now they call me to reschedule an appointment dew to double scheduling. I have had an abceased tooth and need dental care immediately.. I would never recommend this place to no one...
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01/07/2016
By: James W.
Coast Dental
I have been going to Coast Dental for 8 years and always have a good experience. I would definitely recommend this dental facility. Dr Kokkas in my opinion is one of the best dentist I have gone to,and the whole staff is extremely knowledgeable and friendly.
11/08/2015
By: Rita L.
Coast Dental
There is a Sue (secretary),and she is rude. I will not coming back again because of her!!Heard her talking with Ann about patients what is not proffesional!!
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It’s recommended to get a professional cleaning at least two times per year.
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