By: Donna H.
Dr. Quadri DMD
Four years ago I had a seven tooth bridge made by a dental office I’d been going to for fourteen years (a chain dental office). On Tuesday evening, May 26th, the entire seven tooth bridge fell out of my mouth. The teeth that were supposed to be holding it on had not decayed; they had disintegrated! It was too late to go to my dentist (which caused the mistake) or any other dentist. I left a message on my dentists’ machine informing them what had happened and that I would be in when they opened Wednesday morning. After a rough night of no sleep, Wednesday morning I went to the dentist only to hear them say that there was nothing they could do for me. They couldn’t even give me a temporary fix. They were rude and didn’t offer me any solutions or try to help me find anyone who could. I left there angry, feeling hopeless and in total panic. I called a few same-day dentists, but they all told me there was nothing they could do and/or I would have had to have anything going to their lab ready by 9 AM. As my husband and I drove down the road, he recalled a dentist that fixed his bridge and he not only liked the work he did, but he also liked the doctor. So we drove to Dr.Syed Quadri’s office – 2090 Palm Bay Rd. NE in Palm Bay. His staff was very nice and took me in for a free consultation. Within a few minutes I was having x-rays and the doctor saw me. Dr.Quadri was very kind and compassionate seeing that these seven teeth were in the front of my mouth. He also said that he couldn’t fix the broken bridge or give me a new one due to issues in my mouth. He offered me implants, and told me that I would be able to walk out with temporary teeth that day. His staff was all so kind, the environment was clean and bright, which gave me a peace about allowing them to do the work. Dr. Quadri and his assistant Jackie both stayed by my side during the entire experience which took 5-½ hours. The following morning, I received a call from Dr. Quadri’s office checking on how I was doing. This was a huge job done to my teeth and everything seems to be healing just fine. In a few months, once I am totally healed I will be receiving my permanent teeth! Life’s tough moments can be handled so much better if people would just be pleasant and kind and take responsibility for their mistakes. That is what I found at Dr. Quadri’s office!DonnaPalm Bay, FL
By: Julie G.
Smile Today Dentistry
First impressions are the key to repeat consumers and word of mouth is the best marketing tool period! I made a new patient appointment. The moment we walked into the lobby we were greeted with front desk associates with their backs turned to us chatting about their personal lives. we received our new patient paperwork, sat down and the very unprofessional associate proceeds to speak to us still in her chair yelling through the lobby over the high counter and had to repeat her self as I was unable to hear her. Mind you no one working behind the counter has smiled yet...hello you work in a dental office if nothing else its your job to smile! Finally, got into the chair the Tech and Dentist were both pleasant. Upon check out still received the same unprofessional attitude from the front office staff. As a consumer with a plethora of healthcare options my family and I will not be going back!
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By: Tina M.
Bright Now! Dental
Let's be real: going to the dentist isn't fun when you need work done. It can be uncomfortable and painful and take a fair amount of time out of the day. That being said, when an office goes above and beyond to make the experience as painless, even pleasant, as possible, it's greatly appreciated. My dentist, Dr. Thomas, is a self-proclaimed perfectionist (isn't that what you want in a dentist?) with excellent craftsmanship and technique. Donna, the lead dental assistant, has unrivaled interpersonal and professional skills. Toni and Bobbi in the front office (along with the rest of the office staff), have gone above and beyond to accommodate my schedule (I teach in Rockledge but live near BND Palm Bay) and helped me finance my procedures. I'm never left waiting, everything is immaculate, and they staff truly care. I urge you to consider their location.
By: Gina J.
Dr. Quadri DMD
My daughter has severe anxiety and had to have a full mouth extraction and dentures. The staff and Dr. were GREAT with putting her at ease to get this massive procedure done! They explained everything in detail before they did it and that made the process go very smoothly. They made her feel very comfortable and relaxed. They got the job done with minimal pain and anxiety. The pain subsided in a few days, and they started on the dentures. They took the time to get them perfect! No shortcuts, no rushing, no hassles! They turned out beautiful! They were very profession, caring, and the atmosphere is very soothing. I would highly recommend this practice for anyone who has a family member with special needs. Hands down they are the best in town!
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By: Jake R.
Hill Curtis B DMD
I've been going to this dentist now for 2 years and truly believe I never had a more gentle, caring dentist in my 54 years of being tortured by others. I say torture because of my resistance to going numb, and every visit is a painful one. Dr Hill's experience corrected what I accepted. He waited 45 minutes for the Novocaine to actually do it's job, and it was painless. My son has anxiety going to a dentist as well, and Dr. is very gentle with him too, that my son leaves with a smile. As far as his expertise, he saved a tooth Quadri said couldn't be drilled. My mother also goes. If there was 6 stars, I'd give it. His staff is great too.
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By: Amanda C.
Dr. Quadri DMD
One Word: AMAZING.I suffered from pretty severe dental phobia, which is why I chose Dr. Quadri for help. I have several cavities and needed a good cleaning. We're in the process of filling cavities, realizing some don't need filled because they're small and may do well with prescription toothpaste (AKA he doesn't drill just for the $$!!!) and he has all but cured my dental phobia with his calm demeanor and bedside manner. He listens. He works with you. He's genuinely concerned about your discomfort and concerns. And the staff is great, from the front desk to the hygienists.
By: Julianne D.
Discount Family Dental
I was very very pleased with my experience. I have major anxiety going to the dentist because of so many bad experiences. This was my first pleasant experience in over a decade. The dentist, Dr. H, and his assistant were very gentle and were able to ease my anxiety simply by the way he handled my mouth. The staff was all very kind and knowledgeable. It takes a while to get an appointment but it was definitely well worth the wait for me! I would highly recommend this office to everyone.
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By: James R.
Amin, A T M Nurul
Everyone on the staff is wonderful.The doctor is excellent and takes his time to make sure that your comfortable.I came in with a fear of the dentist and the doctor and staff treated me with kindness.I started to feel comfortable with what needed to be done and with the staff. Thanks to them my fear as went away from the dentist and I look forward to my visits every 4 months. This is the only dentist that you will ever need.
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By: Kelly E.
Dr. Quadri DMD
Excellent first time with Dr. Quadri and his staff. Walked in a hot nervous mess, walked out with an appointment to go back to start routine care. Your comfort and peace are their first priority! I have always been terrified of the dentist, I have never felt more comfortable with an office. I look forward to my future visits and have confidence that They will take great care of me.
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By: Denise S.
Babcock Dental Center
Highly Recommend...Why you ask? Dr. Kyle Lieneck is so kind and gentle.They are professional,genuine and fair with their prices.They go out of their way to eliminate any discomfort.And they will only do what you need and not add things that are not necessary to make money.The staff is just terrific!!! I am not a relative.Just walked in one day a few years ago and hit the jack pot.
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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