After having a root canal and crown placed on an admittedly poor tooth, and a previous trip to get it re-cemented in place, my crown actually broke while eating an egg burrito. The aide who re-cemented my tooth must have done a terrible as my gums around the crown never felt the same, staying sensitive and tender for over 9 months.
Upon going back in to see what they could do I was informed 'it's just a bad tooth' and that the entire thing would have to be extracted and a complete implant was now needed. Mind you, this was after I had spent over $2,000 on suggested steps already. Since I don't have insurance I asked for the hole in my mouth to just be closed up. I was charged $245 - $150 to close the gap/hole in my mouth and a $95 'consultation' fee. Consultation fee?! For what? Telling me the same things I'd been told on my previous visit? Or that I just have a 'bad tooth'?
Dr. Kosdon is one of the nicest dentists (and people) I've met but after all that time and money (again, over $2,000) I'm left with no tooth in my mouth and shoddy advice from aides. Unfortunately, I won't be going back here - I didn't feel as though any compassion was shown for the problem, especially considering I had only followed advice from trained professionals.