"I get the most satisfaction as a dentist when a patient leaves my dental chair satisfied with his/her dental work and having them refer my work to family members and friends."
- Nair Hospital Dental School, Nair, India, D.D.S.
- NYU School of Dentistry, D.D.S.
As a service to our patients we will provide an estimate of costs prior to services rendered. All co-payments or other out-of-pocket expenses will be due at time of service. Dental Associates will submit all claims directly to the patient's insurance company. The insurance company will determine the benefit reimbursement. Any remaining balance is the patient's responsibility.
Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed unedited in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
No dental work done, I was told the condition of my tooth and was referred to another specialist.
Dr. Manta is exemplary. I learned about locations on a tooth: distal buccal, distal labial, mesial buccal, mesial labial. He described the necessity of using sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) and how it gives up its oxygen to kill anaerobic bacteria when you need to sterilize the roots of molars. There were other explanations that I found fascinating. The dental assistant (I feel bad; I cant recall her name at the moment) was extremely helpful in both aiding Dr. Manta during the procedure and making sure my insurance program would yield the best benefits. I hope to see more of both of them during my next series of procedures that need to be done in the next month or so.
Dr Mantha is an amazing dentist and an equally caring person.
I found Dr. Mantha to be a consummate professional, highly competent, very informative, and friendly. I would highly recommend him to any future potential patients. He is a very likable person.
The dentist knew I was a medical student and was willing to talk me through the procedure to teach me about it.
very informative and friendly
excellent service. caring and ensured that no pain was felt.
Explains very well!