I had a tooth that supposedly had a cavity in it that only showed up on X-ray. The dentist told me I needed a crown. I went ahead because they seemed very capable. After the procedure of the final crown placement, I was in extreme pain if I tried to eat on that side. Cold sensitive. Went back in they tried re-shaping the crown. Still didn't work. I called back, the receptionist told me the dentist wants me to go get a root canal done. WHAT?! This tooth gave me zero problems before and now I have a tooth that is messed up. I can't afford to go get a root canal right now so I have to just deal with the pain. My wife also got a crown on at this dentist, and she has pretty much the same issue. In fact to try to fix the issue they started grinding down the tooth in front of the crown and behind the crown. After this dentist wasn't able to help, we went to another dentist for a second opinion. They are telling us the crown is not fit properly, and she now has damage to a tooth in front of her crown. We have to pay out of pocket the entire expense of a new crown because insurance will only cover a new crown every 5 years. Overall the husband and wife dentist seemed nice. I feel let down that they do not stand behind their work and we left their office worse off then when we went in. Do yourself a favor, before this place tells you, that you need major work done, get a second opinion. Chances are your teeth are perfectly healthy.
Crossroads Dental is an excellent office - great dentists, great staff and friendly atmosphere. NOT to be confused with "My Crossroads Dentist" down the street - I don't know anything about them except they should have chosen a different name.
Dr's Ohler and Ohler have always been fantastic. Their staff is wonderful with the kids, they're great with adult care and have convenient evening hours.
Have been going here for years. Great practice.
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