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Additional Specialties: Dentures, Implants, Crowns, Bridges
3515 Hudson Dr
Stow, OH 44224
Insurance: Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier
Specialties: Dentures, Implants, Crowns, Bridges
Procedures: Bridges and Implants, Crowns and Caps, Veneers, Bonding, Sealants, Dentures, Fillings and Repairs, Oral Cancer Examinations, Teeth Whitening, Extractions
That is unfair to misrepresent to readers how much you paid and for what treatment. You lead readers to believe that Vizilite (check your spelling) is not effective. Did you do any research? You couldn't have possibly. Try looking at Vizilite online and see how many lives were saved by having this procedure. Furthermore, the cost without insurance for that procedure is $69.00 NOT $400!!! (Some insurances like mine cover that procedure...again it is your insurance that is leaving you with out of pocket expenses NOT aspen) How can you blatantly lie to readers? Also, you claim to be a lawyer? I have Never met a lawyer with such poor grammar in my life (you are going to post something without checking your grammar first? Ever heard of slander? Know what you are talking about before you mislead others! I can’t begin to imagine how successful your cases in court must be, if this is the type of "quality" that can be expected of a so-called "professional"). As for the vizilite, it is recommended but not forced; all we had to do was sign a form that stated we elected not to have the service at this time. As for you claiming you needed an "extra-deep cleaning" did you do any research for that? I doubt it, because if you had, you would have found that you have periodontal disease. This requires more than a regular cleaning (which that regular cleaning is usually covered by insurance). If you have periodontal disease it is a condition that does not go away but is maintained like diabetes. The disease compounds on a daily basis and eats away at your bone which will cause you to lose your teeth if left untreated. Not only that, but that disease is directly linked to your cardiovascular health. In order for you to maintain good health, the antibiotics are used to shrink the pockets (that hold your teeth in your mouth) so you do not lose your teeth and to really battle the disease to get it under control. Also, if you have a large buildup of calculus and tartar under the gum line, once the hygienist (or as you call it technician) sees you for your 1st appointment (where she removes the calculus and tartar) she is then able to see if your gums require antibiotics because before then you had too much blocking the gums to be able to tell if you required antibiotics (which as you stated, she went over before anything was done). Stating that they also told you a water pic would do the same as the periodontal treatment is also a lie! (We asked several dental associates about that) Shame on you! No licensed dental associate would ever tell anyone that because they know it would not provide the same care nor would it work. You are blaming them for your negligence and for your insurance. If you are unhappy that you are being given an estimate that is showing you having more of an expense out of your own pocket, then I would suggest you contact your HR department and also seek new insurance. It is time you take responsibility for your own ignorance and stop blaming other people when you clearly have not done the research or listened to the staff explaining your treatments. We listened and are more than happy with our experience(s) with Aspen Dental. They are the only place that has been up front with everything, from explaining treatments, procedures, pricings, financing, etc. I have already told so many of my friends and family to go to Aspen Dental and I will continue to do so and spread the truth!!