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By: Danielle W.
Midwest Dental Center Dr Taiwo Ngo DDS
DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME HERE. they are very rude and will hangup on you. they don't care about you at all.
By: Rami E.
Secor Dental Plaza-Daniel R. Connelly, DDS
excellent services, very professional by both doctor and staff, steady gentle hands, i recommend this dentist to anyone who needs dental work, especially dentures.-rami
By: Sonja H.
Midwest Dental Center
This place doesn't even deserve 1 star especially on professionalism. Drive an hour only to find them closed, half hour later they open, this is 2 pm. Wait another hour only to be told I don't have insurance, they wouldn't even look in my mouth w/o xrays. I had called once I got there and left a message. A week later they call, not sure the gal knew why she was calling, when I told her that call was a week ago and I wouldn't ever return she had nothing to say. The guy I saw immediately calls back w/the same rudeness and ranting! If this was the only dentist (I don't know if he was a dentist, he acted as receptionist for the hour I was in the office) I do mean if this was the only dentist do yourself a favor and find someone else. I've never seen such an unprofessional office as this one.
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By: Tom V.
Aspen Dental
I had a very good experience,the young lady Tifany made me feel relaxed and I am never relaxed in a dentist chair
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By: Carrie P.
Secor Dental Plaza-Daniel R. Connelly, DDS
If your looking for a dentist office to provide you with a total comfort zone this is the office for you. I just got my denture here and I could not have had a better experience. The entire staff are so welcoming, the office is clean and dental care is top notch. I am a very happy, satisfied, smiling patient thanks to Secor Dental Plaza.
By: Clay B.
Midwest Dental Center Dr Taiwo Ngo DDS
Been there twice. Not happy or comfortable with the place first time but because of my insurance went back to have two teeth pulled. Thirty minutes after my appointment was suppose to be(9a.m.) I go to the counter to ask what is going on and she chuckles and says they are running a little behind and picked up small stack of folders and shows me. Needles to say I walked out and will never go back.
By: Jackie O.
Benedict, Mark G DDS
BAD DR! Dr. Benedict placed a crown and never offered me an opportunity to see his work before leaving. Once in my car I looked at my porcelain crown and saw two spots were filled down to the metal. Leaving what looks like two spots of black decay. Immediately I called and expressed my dissatisfaction. When back in Dr's chair he was very dismissive of my concern. His demeanor toward me mad me feel intimidated and uneasy. However, at that time he did agree to fix it. After that visit I had horrible anxiety about going back, I kept pushing it off. When getting my teeth cleaned (by a different dentist) the crown was brought to my attention. After having xrays done it was confirmed that the crown would have to be fixed. I contacted Dr. Benedict, he refused to redo the crown only to refund my out of pocket cost ($500)..but i lost my insurance (which paid him as well)..Crowns cost $1000.I'll be out another $500 because I no longer have insurance to cover the rest. I trusted the wrong doc
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By: Tyrongo E.
Benedict, Mark G DDS
Mark G. Benedict may be a con artist or a scammer.I cracked my tooth and learned I needed a root canal. However, Mark G. Benedict did not inform me of the cost or what the operation of a root canal would contain.I had my root canal done at another location, and before even performing the root canal, they made sure I understood the terms of what a root canal is.A root canal is a $1400 operation. Mark Benedict was going to perform the operation, THEN tell me how much it was. This is extremely unethical, scummy, but yet a great representation of how this place operates. In addition, I was given a somewhat hard time when I said I wasn't sure that I wanted to perform the operation right then and there. Mark G. Benedict also circumvented many questions I had about the operation. I was never told or informed how much my insurance would cover. Again, Mark G. Benedict wanted to perform the operation first, and then force me to pay however much he wanted to later.I also heard Mark G. Benedict discussing his price with another customer. "These fillings should cost $3000; you're getting them for $500." I'm glad Mark G Benedict is so professional that he openly discusses cost with his customers, and within the range of other patients.Do not go to Mark G. Benedict. You will be given the run-around and wrung out for your money. Go to another dentist instead; one who is not out to attempt to perform highway robbery.
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By: Holly B.
Dental Definitions
Never have I ever seen the office dirty or them being unprofessional! They care about their patients and give amazing service! I have now been a patient for about 4 years! Thank you dental definitions!
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By: Gail G.
Midwest Dental Center Dr Taiwo Ngo DDS
didn't inject the nocaine right and then let me sit for 45 mins before tooth was pulled. I had ALOT of pain then she said well it shouldn't be hurting. Believe me I wouldn't recommend and I sure won't be going back. Go at your own risk.
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