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Recent patient reviews submitted in Boston, MA
They are awesome! I hadn't been to the dentist in a long time due to a dentist phobia but they put that to rest. The staff is extremely comforting and friendly. I'll definitely be returning for checkups!.
I've been going here for around 3 years, the big draw is that they're open on Saturdays and that works with my 9-5 schedule so I won't have to take time off work. They gave me a great recommendation when I needed a root canal and then finished by installing a crown on my tooth. Very friendly and courteous staff, I couldn't recommend them more. Also it's not my cup of tea to go shopping nearby but it is located on Newbury St so if you want to go shopping before/after everything you could want is right there..
Dr Ash has the best bedside manner of any dentist or doctor I have worked with. He explains the procedures being done every step of the way. He treats both his patients and his assistants with respect. He truly is one of the best!!!!!.
Lousy staff recruitment. How did HSDM recruit such Thai dentist as your staff?.
It is also very interesting Harvard denied any involvement with this scandal said it is "a personal issue" which is not true because this is stealing money from Thai Government who's paid for the fund from Thailand's Tax payers. This is probably one of the biggest scandal that is involving a Thai person in Boston and in the USA that is causing lots of angers from local Thais and Thais who live in USA and Boston community. Top Newspaper and Thai News are investigating and broa...See More dcast about this issue. The local Thai professors who co-signed the fund are not wealthy and they didn't want to fight, can't afford to fight and want to just let this go after paying off the large sum this person owed the government. But Thai people are angry because this is morally wrong and surprised that Harvard is supporting this and denied to provide any assistance... The subject person came here through the fund provided by Thai Government to study graduate program at Harvard Dental School. Then continued on to completed the PhD there and eventually got hired by Harvard Medical School as an Instructor and researcher. She also owns her private practice in Longwood Area and own a beautiful home in one of the most wealthy neighborhood. The home is multi million dollars and with all of these sources of income and living lifestyle Thai people feel sympathy for those professors who co-signed for her education with the promise on the contract that she will return to top Thai Medical school and help improve the dentistry program by teaching to other students. The professors they did that because they care about our local educations. On Thailand, top college are very inexpensive unlike in the USA because we want to encourage the good students to be able to get great education from top school. So this is clearly not a matter of Dr. Jumlongras borrowing few professors money but it was the large sum of money provided/funded by Thai Government. So for, it is not a personal matter and shouldn't be treated as personal issue as Harvard University claimed to be. Thai people we help out and support each other no matter where they are in the world. Groups of people are thinking of raising funds to help these co-signer professors and some will even want to help hire the attorney here in the USA just to help them out. Thai people would like to see some kind of justices. Smart, well educated people should also have a good moral and certain level of integrity and especially when you want to become a doctor, children dentist, you shouldn't have a successful live and career from stepping on top of people and country who supported you. This is just wrong. Hope we can do to help these professors who don't make a lot of money but with kind heart and great intention.