Dr Oswick is a fine dentist. He provides the only 24 hour dentistry in the area of Disney. Great service. Good dental advice. Helpful staff. No complaints.
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195 W Highland StAltamonte Springs, FL 32714
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Dr Anthony Oswick is a highly recommended emergency dentist in Orlando. He is very meticulous and his opinion on dental work is always spot on.
It was difficult to find a dentist close to Disney open on weekends. Dr Anthony's office was open and quickly available for the emergency visit for one of my girls. Thanks Dr. Anthony Oswick.
Please DO NOT give this establishment your $. I took advantage of the new client special of X-rays, exam, and cleaning for $56. I was then told I needed a "gingivitis" cleaning for another $99 and they would not perform a regular cleaning until 2 weeks passed. They assured me I would not be charged at my next visit. Two weeks later (today) I arrived and my hygienist then told me I would need to pay $1,000+ for a "deep cleaning". I told her I could not afford that, and insisted that a basic cleaning would be better than NO cleaning...but she refused. *I must mention however BOTH hygienists I saw during my visits were wonderful.However, at the front desk Abby became extremely rude and abrasive. She told me she would only refund me $12. When I became frustrated, she told me I "had a bad attitude". Her tone was sarcastic, and un-professional. She did offer to raise the refund to $20.It has now been 2 weeks and $170+ and I have not had my basic cleaning.
I was a new patient at this office, my initial visit was wonderful. I scheduled and paid a deposit for a procedure that was to take place about a month after my visit. Four days before my procedure was scheduled, my husband had an emergency surgery. For obvious reasons, my appointment slipped my mind. When the office assistant called the day before to remind me of the appointment, I had completely forgotten about it. It was my first day back to work since my husband’s surgery and I was still getting my bearings. The office assistant said they have a 48 hour cancellation policy, but that she would speak to the manager to see if it could be waived given the circumstances. The assistant called me back later and advised me that the manager declined to waive the fee and said the $150 deposit would be applied to the $150 cancellation fee. I told the assistant that I didn’t have strength to argue about it, but that I would definitely not be a patient there any longer. I will not patronize any doctor or medical professional that does not understand a patient having an unforeseen medical emergency! What ever happened to good old fashioned customer service?