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By: Dyes I.
CGF Insurance, Inc.
Best in the business, Takes good care of there customers and provide insight to every issue and work closely to help there clients to solve it.
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By: Dustin M.
9th Street Family Dentistry
This is a really great dental practice in Philadelphia pa the staff welcomes new patients everyone
By: rafaell454
Robert M. Dunnous DDS
I was very imporessed with the service from these guys. The window on my BMW would not roll up and they fixed it in 30 mins flat adn at the best price I could find online. Also, they told me they'd come back if anything went wrong, free of charge. It's very cool that they follow through on their work I would definitely recommecn Budget and will use them next time another one of my window's goes out.
By: Ruby356365 5.
Robert M. Dunnous DDS
Doctor is quick, friendly and provided me with great quality service. I am very pleased. I did not feel rush at all during my appointment.
By: thomass106
Robert M. Dunnous DDS
Everything was done great on all my visits. Thank you for taking the time to explain everything. This dental office is highly recommendable. :)
By: Nicole J.
American Home Realty Center
Mr Abraham is an absolute wonderful person. very helpful. On the job when its comes to maintenance issues. Great landlord.
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By: Tetyana L.
Capital Keep
One Stop Shop Insurance Agency in Philadelphia for all insurance needs, Individual and Business Groups !!!
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By: Ms. T.
Eidelson Richard V DDS
I have been a patient of Dr. E's for 3 years and I would never go anywhere else. His staff is so friendly and they know you by name. Even the specialists (Dr. Adam) is great!!!
By: Cassandra T.
Eidelson Richard V DDS
Best dental experience I've ever had!The office was clean and spacious, and Dr. Eidelson was absolutely wonderful. He is very experienced and professional, and he also has a great personality. He will never push you into getting a procedure like other dentists do. I was presented with all of my options and together we determined what the best plan of action was for me. There was little to no discomfort during my procedure and I couldn't be happier with my result!Dr. Eidelson puts your needs first (including your financial needs) and makes the entire process feel relaxed and stress-free.I have been to several dental offices and this was by far the very best. Give them a try if you can!Plenty of parking too!
By: Eileen G.
Eidelson Richard V DDS
this is amazing office takes my ppo Saturday hour .Cerec crown in 1 hr very high tech and great staff
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