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Dr Molar Family Dentistry

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Mon - Thu 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Invisalign, Zoom
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visa, mastercard
Neighborhood:
Cannon Park
Languages:
Spanish
Categories:
Dentists, Dental Clinics, Periodontists, Teeth Whitening Products & Services, Endodontists, Orthodontists, Cosmetic Dentistry, Pediatric Dentistry, Implant Dentistry, Dental Hygienists, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Prosthodontists & Denture Centers, Physicians & Surgeons, Oral Surgery

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08/05/2015

I rarely write reviews but I had to after a bad experience and may be because I work in the customer service industry.This is the worst experience at a dentist office. If you do not have an emergency don't go to this location.They are disorganized. They treat patients like chicken in a slotter house, they don't like it if you ask questions. Lori and the so called DDS Micheal are the worst no manners unprofessional, it is all about money. Dee the hygienist was great explained to me the ...view moreentire procedure and satisfied all my question.
I can go on and on. I will tell you that the place is clean though and they close late and open weekends.
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06/02/2013

STAY AWAY!. My wisdom tooth began causing me severe pain on Friday evening.. of course... By Sunday it had become completely unbearable so I found Dr. Molar who is open on weekends.I called Sunday morning and they were able to fit me in that afternoon. I didn't wait long before I was taken into a room.. they did an xray and then a young Dr. came in looked at my mouth and asked "So you want your wisdom tooth taken out?".. .. "You're sure you want it out?".. he asked...view more this repeatedly... Umm you're the dentist right? You tell me ... I can't see in there. I have a really hard time going numb, have since I was a kid... I informed him of this right away.. he gave me the shots left the room for a few and came back and asked if I was numb.. I was not.. My tooth still ached.. he gave me some more shots and then started... the tooth was not impacted this was a normal extraction.. I'm not sure what he was doing but he stuck a long metal thing in there and started banging at it.. and trying to pry it out??.. IT HURT!.. i kept saying "OUCH OUCH OUCH".. he finally stopped and was like oh does that hurt.. YES!.. he insisted I was just feeling pressure.. no.. it hurts!!.. I'm well aware of the difference between pressure and pain.. and I have a high pain tolerance you're banging and trying to pry out a tooth.... so there were more shots... at this point I still was not totally numb but it was more bearable.. as he banged and pried away and piece of tooth were going down my throat and choking me... he was prying at it so hard it felt like my jaw was going to break... he stopped and was like "maybe we should get dr. so and so, wait let's just try this".. at which point he took out the tool NORMALLY used to a tooth extraction and it popped right out.... then he dropped it... and had to dig it out of my throat.. he didnt even bother to irrigate where the tooth was removed, he didn't prescribe me antibiotics .. so between the lack or irrigation, antibiotics and the traumatic tooth removal there is a good chance of me developing dry socket. (a very painful complication) or any sort of pain medication (which after what he did to me was needed).. I walked out into the parking lot and CRIED.. you're left in a vulnerable position, someone is hurting you and there is nothing you can freaking do.. it was horrible. I told my mom what happened she had been sitting in the waiting room and apparently the guy I got was new and had asked the other dentist what to do cause he didnt know how to take out a wisdom tooth.. WHAT?!?!?!?!?!.. and then didnt follow his advice.. fyi... I've had my wisdom tooth removed before by another clinic.. the dentist listened to me, used extra numbing stuff and popped it out before I even knew what happened.. irrigated it.. prescribed me antibiotics and pain killers.. which weren't even needed because I felt little to no discomfort afterward. ... I'm currently in excruciating pain.. DO NOT GO HERE!view less

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02/22/2012
Dr. Molar Dentistry was super ...

Dr. Molar Dentistry was super accomodating when I came in for a tooth ache. I was having the hardest time finding a dentist to see me same day, but when I called, they said no problem, and got me right in. I was able to come in the evening after work too due to the late hours that they hold, so I didn't have to miss any work. I got in and out quickly and I was able to get their supplemental insurance to take care of my copay on my treatment! Thanks.

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10/26/2011
I was absolutely dissapointed ...

I was absolutely dissapointed with my first and last experience at this place. The clinical director was very unprofessional when I arrived. The dental assistants were late. When I was taken to my room, atleast 4 assistants walked in without knocking or speaking to me and they weren't the ones taking care of me. When the assistant that was going to be starting the consultation arrived, she didn't say a word. She just started rambling through drawers and walked out of the room twice bef...view moreore I finally said hello, whats ur name and whats happening today. She looked at me as if I spoke a foreign language!! Then 2 more assistants walked in and started talking to her as if I wasn't in the room!! I lost it at that point and asked her why is so many people coming in the damn room. She said," This is what we do in the morning.We go and get the supplies we need out of other rooms. We share supplies with each other. We're like chickens with our head cut off every morning here. Thats just what we do".I wouldn't recommend anybody go here. I was treated so poorly and that was my first visit there. I was having some tooth pain at that particular time and she asked me to show her the tooth and the lady actually tapped the tooth with her nail! I could NOT believe what was happening! I had been seeing another dentist, but had to go there due to ins. issues. Absolute thumbs down for Dr. Molar and his associates.view less

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