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By: J P.
Levin Robert MD
The doctor is rude, condescending and non-caring. I had to wait over an hour to be seen. The office does not return calls and turns off their phone prior to closing time. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME!
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By: Brent M.
Premier General & Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr. Zack is a fantastic dentist. Filled my cavity in under ten minutes and did an incredible job. He was the second person to ever fill a cavity for me and he made me feel very comfortable and was an incredibly nice guy. Would for sure go again, but hopefully I won't have too!!
By: Kay & michael D.
Premier Family Health & Wellness
Dr. Apicella,I would like to acknowledge the outstanding service and reliability of Premier Family Health & Wellness, as well as Premier Urgent Care Center.Your facility, under the direction of yourself and Dr. Mariaclara Bago, have a staff of the most caring and efficient doctors that I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Your entire staff of medical professionals reflects the same caring attitude of its medical directors. I highly recommend this practice for your medical needs.Sincerely,Michael Donello
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By: Lori W.
Premier General & Cosmetic Dentistry
I could not have been happier with the professional front desk staff assisting me with an emergency appointment for an old root canal that was performed in Massachusetts. Thankfully, Dr Shane Zack was incredible during my immediate needs and have not had an issue since. I am in seriously great hands and utilized the whitening and twice yearly cleaning services offered.
By: Saivon G.
Wellington Family Practice
This office is the worst ! They sent my asthma prescription to the wrong pharmacy . I went all weekend without my fast acting inhaler and thankfully didn't have an asthma attack . The people they have running the office are incompetent and the office manger told me to calm down when I called her . Maybe if her family member or child went without there vital medication all weekend she would tell them to calm down also . Stay away from this office !!!!
By: Mohammad H.
Premier General & Cosmetic Dentistry
They wrongfully did my root canal and after that I had been suffering for last two years. They changed my crown mold for three times , still could not match my teeth profile , I could not close my jaws for 2 months. This place is a living hell!!!
By: icorvidae
Newcomer, Jack I, MD
Stay Away! The front desk ruins this place. The man who runs the office is the Dr.'s son and acts like a spoiled brat. He is condescending, rude, expectant, and lies. I watched him speak to the older woman in front of me like she was a child he needed to reprimand. When it was my turn, he actually asked me "What's your problem" when I told him I needed to get back to work (I work in the same complex) after making me wait over 15 minutes to provide me a corrected check that he messed up in the first place. When I verified if he asked me that question he proudly said yes. I told him that perhaps this line of work wasn't suited for him (rude, I know, but deserved) to which he suggested I find another Dr. After a little more back and forth I ended up swearing at him and walked out--to the tune of him YELLING across the occupied waiting room that "it's done". Whatever that meant. I wrote a private letter to Dr. Newcomer, which was intercepted by Mr. Happy Face at the front desk and he personally walked it over to MY workplace. I told him I would not speak to him at my place of employment. Subsequently, I received a fake letter from the Dr. dismissing me from the practice. I say fake because Mr. Happy Face wrote it himself and I would bet a weeks pay that the Dr. never saw my original letter. If you want to bear the front of the chip this man has on his shoulder, go ahead and schedule. If you want to be treated respectfully, GO ELSEWHERE!
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