“I enjoy dentistry the most when I bring my patients to smile again and make their pain go away.”
- State University of New York at Buffalo, D.D.S., 2012
- UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, B.S., 2008
- American Dental Association
- Chicago Dental Society
- Illinois Dental Society
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.
I felt the dentist was rushed, there was far too much time between the numbing of my gum and the start of the procedure. He kept leaving the room to do other things. He never checked to see how I was doing, I had to stop him to clear the fowl taste in my mouth.
Dr. Oh did a very good job
This was by far the most uncomfortable experience I have had with D.A. Its not the dentist himself, he is new, I understand that. I was very anxious, in for a filling, his assistant and he both were rough with my mouth. I was sore - still am today. The bedside manner of both of them was not very welcoming. I will not be going back to this dentist or his assitant for future work.
Dentist himself brought me magazines to read while waiting for anesthesia to take effect. he was a great multitasker hopping between me and another patient yet making each of us feel we were getting his full attention. Stopped several times during the procedure to ask if I was OK.
I went in for a tooth ache, and was quickly told that he wanted to remove my front four teeth, this was hard to take in. I also wasnt given anything for the pain, just an antibiotic that was sent to the wrong Walgreens that I had to track down.
Seemed to leave out extra steps that would have made me feel more comfortable, for example, not numbing the area of my mouth before putting the short into my mouth. Also didnt interact much.
fixed fillings in the same day
I talked more than he did. He said I needed a root canal and needed to see a specialist. was not concerned about a lump on gum above the tooth that was painful. Since that is abnormal, obviously something was wrong. I was concerned about an abscess, but he said no. That was the extent of the conversation. And, yes, I needed a crown on my front tooth.
This was the worst appointment I've had in 20 years going to Dental Associates. This was a 2 hour root removal w/this dentist walking away twice in frustration. I now have lots of gum removed, along w/lots of bone gone. I want an implant which will cost me more now!