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My son was scheduled for an orthodontist appointment on August 30th 2022. I showed up at my appointment when this rude woman at desk who later was identified as a provider said my appointment was cancelled and gave no reason as to why it was cancelled. I told her I just received a text saying that our appoint was still scheduled not less than 20 minutes prior to me showing up. She continued in this rude manner to look in computer saying, "They tried to call you all last week." I told her, "I have my phone right here. There are no calls or messages from anyone about an appointment." She says they are not here referring to the orthodontist. She says, "Do you want to reschedule?" I told her no I have tried to get an appointment twice and I have missed work before. I turn to walk out. She gets up abruptly and walks behind me and my son and locks door behind up us.
I turn within seconds to knock and ask for copies of my and my child's medical records to go elsewhere. She does not open door. I get in my car to call in to ask someone can I get records. After 20 minute of calling she comes outside. I say to her, "Ma'am you were rude. I wanted to get my records." She starts yelling that she was not rude. She then start saying she didn't hear door and something about she swears to God. Her colleagues come outside. I start to talk to another woman and the rude woman continues to talk. I told her I did not want to interact with her again. I was invited back in to sign HIPPA forms. I was not allowed to sign forms because the woman I was now interacting with felt I did not need records since my son had not seen the orthodontist. However we have seen the general dentist for several years.
The next day I receive a call from the Tinley Park police saying I have a trespass warning against me and I will be charged with criminal trespassing if I go to this business again. I had an appointment therefore how can I be trespassing and I was also was invited to reenter this business again. This is disgraceful inappropriate and unprofessional treatment of me and my 11 year old son. I have be going to clinic for years. It is criminal to file a false police report.
This is a rip-off dentist practice. They hurt you terribly and treat you worse. Had a 4-minute consulting and charged me 95 dollars. Terrible dentist. Beware. He will hurt you and they do terrible work. And they’re all so rude.
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It's been 3 years now visiting the clinic for all kinds of available treatment. The last time was 2 days ago and it was the same old great service all along. I called and got the appointment the next day. Told them that a crown of one of my teeth came out. When in the office, I found a welcoming and friendly reception on the part of the staff and nurses. It captures my attention also how clean and elegant the place is always. Then, I had the best treatment one could have by Dr. **, who gives attention to details, answer all questions, and offers all possible alternatives. This time, he said: let's try to restore it instead of going through the hassle of doing a new one. And guess what? He managed to do that, which saved me tons of money! In fact, I never felt that they impose anything you don't really need, and even if you need a referral, they provide you with all documents, scans, etc. Thank you, guys!
I want to file a complaint about the Tega Cay, SC branch with office manager Danielle. We have been having trouble getting though, making or cancelling appointments, getting estimates, getting return phone calls, GETTING THE PHONE ANSWERED and just getting good customer service. We couldn't ever get a price for a final procedure until husband Brian called. The price was twice that of competitors. She complained about computers down, short staff, etc. She would leave you on long holds until somehow the call drops.
The last straw was a bill she sent for $36 for one year ago. I was very concerned that this was about a cancellation which we had a very difficult time making. We only have a statement. She said she called me and left a voice mail but I didn't receive either. I called again and tried talking to her but she only tried to talk over me and hung up. We were told last year by the dentist that when Taryn came in complaining about dentures hurting her that there would be no charge. She won't let us talk to the dentist. From all the previous experiences not listed here, she is very bad for your business. I want the $36 charge cancelled and an apology from her for her poor service.
Dental Works of Monroe NC is by far the worst orthodontist I have ever experienced. It's just one excuse after another from Dr ** and staff. Canceled appointments, deceptive practices such as getting you to sign paperwork saying you're satisfied with the final product (dentures) before they've ever been made. I could go on and on but why bother. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME WITH THESE PEOPLE.
Both my husband and I have had a good amount of dental stuff done at the Willoughby location, the dentist was great, but the billing was terrible. We paid our co-payment, and just kept receiving additional bills afterwards. The documents from our insurance company said they didn't pay for some of the procedures because they had deemed those procedures unnecessary or there was not sufficient evidence to warrant payment. So either dental works scammed us into having procedures we didn't need, or they suck as submitting insurance claims. It's also impossible to get anyone on the phone, there is no general customer service number. The "patient relationship" phone number they give out on their website does not even go through when I tried to call, it's just beeps on the other end. Whenever they send a bill, it never explains what the charges are for, just a dollar amount that keeps getting higher. Very frustrated and will never use them again.
I am sitting here with a toothache as I write this, and I cannot get an appointment for four days. They repaired a tooth which has failed so I blame the new dentist. Her work is terrible, and I WILL find another dentist as soon as she fixes her sloppy work. She also sold my husband dentures which cost us 1500.00 plus whatever the insurance paid and he has had to go back 5 times for adjustments. He still cannot wear them. I cannot believe how bad this office has gotten.
I went back to have my dentures fitted properly, because the dentist made them too big! They are charging me $10 for face shield, mask, gloves & gown for every visit during Covid 19. It's a rip-off!!!!
This company should be avoided... billing failures, like someone is stealing money from the company. My daughter had surgery in June 2019, which I had to pay in full before they would do the work. Then I'm billed this $290 again a YEAR later!!! No one at the office have any answers. I will fight this tooth..(ha ha) and nail! I'm reporting this company to my insurance carrier, BBB & may have to report this to the local news.
Pleasant Hills Location. While the hygienist and doctors are fabulous here the office manager is rude, condescending and extremely unprofessional. She is the complete opposite of the dental hygienist and doctors at this practice and drags down the entire practice. If the front end staff were as good as the rest I'd give it 5 stars, but due to her incompetence I give the office a 1.
DentalWorks author review by Cyril Tuohy
Dental Works is a registered trade mark of Dental One Inc., a dental service management organization. It is not an insurance company. Dental Works aims to provide access to state-of-the-art treatment with affordable and flexible payments. The company began in the early 1990s and has nearly 160 locations across 13 states.
Flexible scheduling: Dental Works partners with dentists who are open nights and weekends.
Any type of plan: Dentists in the Dental Works network are known for accepting a wide range of dental insurance plans.
Financing options: If a payment is ever too much, it can easily be financed.
All sorts of care: From general cleanings and cosmetic dentistry to dentures and emergency care, Dental Works provides access to all sorts of dental care.
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