7700 San Felipe St Ste 320, Houston, TX 77063
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Sub-Specialty: Endodontics (Endodontist)
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04/23/2012Provided by Citysearch -
After having two rool canals done this month, I did not have the same experience as some of the others responding here. I found Dr. Zamani to take care what I came to him for. Both procedures were done proficiently and professionally. He does have a business like approach, which means he was not quite conversational. I took this as part of what went along with the oral surgery-nature of his work. When I did have a question or looked for explanations, he came in sat down and explained it thoroughly and understandably. His staff did a professional job of complimenting his practice by being quite responsive with converations, etc. My appointment was delayed twice due to emergencies that came through door from other practices. This morning I have my own minor concern and they took me in immediately.
Dr. Zamani's was on the dentist list with my insurance company.
I would have no problem returning or referring to his office.
01/14/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have so many root canals my dental X-rays look like the Mississippi Delta. One ? the only? ? good thing to come of this is that I found an excellent endodontist in the process. Anthony Zamani. The guy is an artist - I experience almost no pain - and he is fast. In fact I put a stopwatch on him once ? with his knowledge ? and he finished off a simple one-canal treatment in about 20 minutes.
It takes rather longer to do the complicated treatment associated with molars which may have as many as four channels. The piped classical music helps ? nothing like Vivaldi?s Four Seasons to make you forget that your jaw has been splayed open for 40 minutes plus?
Which brings me to the downside to being on first name basis with an endodontist. The money, as in plenty of mine becoming his. Endodontists don?t work for peanuts. They work for Chateau Margaux. I've probably paid several installments on Dr. Zamani?s Maserati. But seriously it is worth every penny. He uses all Zeiss equipment to peer into those microscopically small channels inside you teeth. He calls you afterwards to check on your well-being. And I've never waited overly long to get in either. Except maybe one time.
04/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I went to dr. zamani for my first root canal. i went for two different visits.
the receptionist at the front desk when I first visited was curt, and I left with a feeling that I bothered her. The second visit, the receptionist lady had changed, and she was very nice.
The dental hygienist/assistant(?) that I saw both times was a young Asian lady, and she was great. Can't say enough good things about her.
On my first visit, when Dr Zamani initally came in to talk to me, he seemed a little bit like he was in a hurry. And then I told him that I was scared, and when I said that he slowed down and really explained things. He was really nice, and I could tell that he was concerned that I was apprehensive and wanted me to feel more at ease.
Despite building it up in my head, the procedure had very little pain. I was surprised at how painless it was. I guess each person has their own experiences depending on their problem, but mine was good. I didn't have any pain afterwards. Because of this, I think that dr. zamani is very technically sound.
My second trip was short and quick, with no problems. Same dental hygienist(?), who was great, and dr. zamani was short and sweet. He did call after this visit, which didn't happen after the first. I think that's a great thing to do, to show patients that he cares b/c that certainly takes a lot of time and effort out of his personal life. however, it would be more meaningful if he were a little more talkative during the visit.
Overall, I'm satisfied. If I had to do it all over again, I would choose to go to dr. zamani above any other endodontist.
02/28/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I was told I needed two root canals. They could not do both at same time due to one upper and one lower. A price was quoted for both. When I called to schedule the second they quoted me a higher price saying I had to pay another exam fee. Don't feel this is fair. Any comment?
06/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Zamani provided a pain free root canal for me. I was numb in 5 minutes, where others took 30 -45. He completed the root canal in the morning and I was on a flight to California that evening with very little discomfort. He called me after both procedures to check on me. I was impressed.
06/05/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I just had to go to Dr. Zamani for a root canal and I was very impressed. My tooth barely even gave me discomfort after the procedure. I've had to go a second time so they could finish up the procedure and both times he has called me afterwards to see how I was doing. You don't see much of that anymore, so I highly recommend him for his work, comfort of the procedure, and genuine concern.