Goldsmith Jerrold DDS
141 N Shortridge Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Sub-Specialty: Primary Dental Care
Additional Specialties: Cosmetic Dentistry
Extensive Experience | Compassionate Care | Exceptional Service
"The less dentistry, is the best dentistry"
- Dr. Jerrold Goldsmith, DDS, FAGD
For over 30 years, DR JERROLD GOLDSMITH, DDS has been a comprehensive general and cosmetic dental practice that is dedicated to making your experience as easy and comfortable as possible, choosing non-invasive options when appropriate. We believe that the less dentistry is truly the best dentistry, and whether you are 4 years old or 94 years old, we are well equipped to serve your every need.
Although Dr. Goldsmith actively practices most phases of clinical dentistry, procedures such as “Smile Makeovers” and cosmetic restorations are two of his favorite areas of interest and expertise.
He is especially excited about LUMINEERS: the revolutionary, contact lens-thin veneer that can transform a patient’s smile, self-confidence, and overall outlook on life. Dr. Goldsmith has been a certified Lumineers provider for nearly fifteen years, and he would be happy to discuss a wide range of cosmetic dental options available to you at a free, no-obligation cosmetic consultation.
Dr. Goldsmith is also in-network with many major insurance providers, such as; Delta Dental, United Concordia, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, just to name a few. No matter what your insurance situation may be, Dr. Goldsmith and his caring staff are here to ensure that you maximize your dental insurance benefits so the you get the very best care possible with the least out of pocket expense.
In addition, we accept most major credit cards and offer fantastic monthly payment options, such as CareCredit and ChaseHealthAdvance, which can fit nearly anyone’s budget.
- Academy of General Dentistry (Fellowship Certification)
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- MemberAmerican Dental Association (Member)
- Certified LUMINEERS Provider
- Certified Snap-On Smile Provider
141 North Shortridge Rd B5
Indianapolis, IN 46219
141 N Shortridge Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46219
Dr. Jerrold Goldsmith, DDS is located on the east side of Indianapolis, between 10th Street and Washington Street, on North Shortridge Road. Conveniently located just minutes from: - I-465 & Washington Street exit - I-70 & Shadeland Street exit - Eastside Indianapolis
: (317) 356-4600
Parking: Lot, Free
Insurance: Delta Dental Premier
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Specialties: Cosmetic Dentistry
By Appointment Only: Yes
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I went here they did a good job, I went through a difficult financial period and had to miss a few appointments I couldn’t afford and now the refuse to see me. Dr. Goldsmith should be more compassionate and understanding in regards to real people and real life tragedy’s we all go through before they throw good people and clients in the trash!!!
09/09/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We greatly apologize for any miscommunication that may have occurred with any of our staff members, and are sincerely sorry that your experiences in our office did not meet your expectations...Everyday, we strive to provide our patients the very best dental care possible, and have a highly trained staff with over 100 years of combined experience in the dental industry. We take these online reviews and our patients' post appointment surveys VERY SERIOUSLY, as we are constantly improving all aspects of our dental office. You can find more current reviews on our Google Place Page or on RateADentist(dot)com...Dr. Jerrold Goldsmith, DDS, FAGD is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry and a Member of the American Dental Association and American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Our office is dedicated to making our patients
11/02/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I went to Dr. Goldsmith's office about three to five times each. We will never return for the following reasons: The first time I went there, the oral hygienist repeatedly scratched my gums with the cleaning tools and was excessive with the cleaning at the gum-line. When I got home and checked, my mouth was bleeding. My mouth hurt so badly that I could not eat for two days afterward. The office portion is also handled so badly that each time we were their, it took nearly an hour to check out even if there was no one else in line. It seemed to take three women behind the counter to figure out that I indeed had no co-pay and could leave. They also tried twice to charge me for bills I already paid them, which I could luckily prove with check stubs. My husband is in the military and because he was on active duty when he had some work done, we had to fill out a special form and the dentist's office needed to complete it an send it to the insurance company to obtain coverage. We got the form and filled it out before having the work done thinking that would be sufficient. The dentist office said the insurance would not accept the form or cover payment when I called after receiving a $3,000.00 dental bill. After calling the insurance company, they said no form had been received and that payment would be covered if they received the form. The dentist office then retorted that they no longer had the form. After obtaining and filling out a new form, we went through the exact same motions as the first time. The final straw was when my father got into a motorcycle accident and I forgot to call and cancel the appointment I had that day. When I received my next bill there was a $50.00 charge. When I called to inquire about it, they said it was for not calling to cancel. When I explained the circumstances of my not calling, the woman proceded to accuse me of dodging my appointment to avoid paying for some of the $3,000.00 charge they were trying to wrongfully inflict on us. The woman was so utterly rude and spiteful that we never returned. When I went to our new dentist, Dr. Goldsmith's office tried to charge us another fee for copying the x-rays. Our new dentist office informed us that it's not a necessary charge, that some offices just do it to make money especially if the patient was willing to pick up the file and/or return it, as I was. I guess it was just their last ditch effort to try to squeeze more money out of us. HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!!!!!