Honestly after I left, I felt traumized mostly because I felt very rushed during the surgery, initially thought to be merely for cleaning and to make plans. Additionally I almost was drowned but luckily I asserted to put the rushing to a stop temporarily so I cld sit up to swallow (my blood) and breathe. Am very sorry I have to share this. Your interpreter was very nice and competent at translating.
Thanks for hearing me out with respect. I trust it won't happen again bec we were able to communicate through your interpreter
Patrick F. Mc Carthy, MS
Dr. Zetlan, Dr. Rubin and Dr. Carol replied:
Due to HIPPA regulations our office is limited to what can be dicussed regarding any particular patient's care. The need for a translator makes communication between the patient and the staff difficult during extended dental procedures. This patient was not rushed in any manner and was treated professionally and with TLC by the doctor and the entire staff. Our office is in full compliance with the American Disabilities Act for the benefit of all our patients, and makes patient care and comfort our first priority.