Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Good times in dentistry.

For a good read, check out the reviews of the dentist I've been seeing for the last few months. I finally changed dentists today, and I couldn't be happier.

And no, I haven't written a review yet. But when I do, it'll be a doozy.

I miss Dr. Bianchi.


Spongy Penguin said...

Wow, that's ridiculous. And every one of those reviews had practically the same complaints. How do they get to be doctors?

Judi said...

How does she get to stay a doctor? I hope some of these people have complained to the dental society or the state -- she sounds dangerous.

One Sat. Dr. Bianchi had me in to fix a broken cavity, and his wife Bonnie was his assistant since it was after hours -- he got so excited explaining to her some of the new procedures since her days as a hygenist -- I mean, he was like an artist creating a beautiful, functional filling -- right over in Sherburne NY!

Mom said...

Caleb, I haven't heard back yet from Bianchi's office about that cleaning, but if they can fit you in at T'giving or Christmas, you still want the app't, right?

Mom said...

From this listing of disciplinary actions taken by the Pennsylvania Department of State Health Licensing Boards:

Helen E. Ford, license no. DS027483L, of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, was reprimanded and indefinitely suspended until she complies with regulations of the board requiring dentists to provide dental records to a patient within 30 days of
receiving a written request. (12-01-06)

Dad said...

I got to spend 2 1/2 hours the other day with Dr. Bianchi and the lovely Suze, speaking of good times.

Caleb, I'm chagrined that you had a RC done on the advice of this lunatic.

Caleb said...

Me too, but at least I got a second opinion from Bianchi on it, and he was sure I needed it.