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Recent patient reviews submitted in Mesa, AZ
My family has been going to this dentist for many years. Last year my husband had a root canal done by Dr. Robinson. For me, Dr. Robinson told me I had work to be done on my teeth at my last cleaning. Funny, my teeth never bothered me. I decided to go and get my teeth cleaned from another dentist 7 months later and see what he would say about my teeth. Well guess what? My teeth are good and no issues that he saw. And he told me I have great teeth and it shows I take good care of them. Hmmmmm I guess when you take care of your teeth then you are not making Dr. Robinson any money from your insurance company and your own hard earned money. So Dr. Robinson makes up stuff to make him money for his business. My husband went and had his teeth cleaned with the same dentist that I picked for us to use from now on. This new dentist told my husband that his root canal looked like it never healed correctly and was now abscessed. He would now need to go and have the root canal that Dr. Robinson did a year ago redone. Funny how after the root canal was done by Dr. Robinson that he never noticed it did not heal correctly. My husband has seen him after the root canal was done for cleanings. I called Dr. Robinson and his spoke to Charlotte and told her what was going on. She told me she would follow up with Dr. Robinson and have him call me back. Well, it's been almost two weeks now and still no call back. I'm sure if I told them I was ready to come in and get my imaginary work done on my teeth I would get a call back right away. People stay far away from this dentist unless you have extra money to give him for imaginary work you don't need. Not good business practice Dr. Robinson! Shame on you for lying to your faithful customers just to feel your pockets with peoples hard earned money. . May you reap what you sow. I hope his son does not practice this kind of work too. Robinson Orthodontics. But then again the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Not that I would even go to his son for our ortho needs after what his father did to us..
I really wanted to like this place. I hate the dentist and have had horrible experiences with pain so I am hesitant any time I try a new place. Now I will start off by saying that my husband and I had gone without dental insurance for a couple of years so when we went in the first time to get cleanings I expected to hear that there were some things that needed done (ie: cavities, etc). On top of that, I knew going in that I need 2 crowns done for prior root canals that were done. The ONLY redeeming quality of this place was the hygenist. She was friendly, thurough and not judgemental at all. Dr. Robison though is another story. The guy should have been a used car salesman instead of a dentist. The whole "consultation" part of the visit was uncomfortable and offensive. Here's the thing, sure I'd LOVE to have the perfect smile. I'd love to get veneers and teeth whitening and all that other jazz that you can get now a days. But I don't have $10k+ to drop on dental work right now. So I made that very clear to him and he still proceeded to focus on the stuff that wasn't necessary vs the stuff that NEEDS to be done. I felt horrible when I left. BUT I am big on second chances so I scheduled my husband as well and he went in only to experience the same thing and he again reiterated to Dr. Robison that our primary goal right now was to get done what NEEDED to be done and then we could discuss other things. It got to the point that he was so pushy with everything that when I found out that they have a financing program you can use, I entertained the idea of getting into debt just to fix all this cosmetic stuff that he was making such a big deal out of. I had a friggin' complex after visiting him! And I might have actually gone thru with the financing had his assistant not been so incompetant herself or if she knew how to follow up with people. While I was waiting (and still waiting btw) for the insurance approvals to come in, we went ahead and scheduled my husband for a tooth extraction that needed to be done. Dr. Robison did the extraction and then sent my husband on his way. No antibiotics prescribed and no pain medication. He was told to take some advil if it became painful. Now, I know I am not a dentist but I know that anytime an extraction is done an antibiotic is prescribed to prevent infection. Well sure enough, two days later of excruciating pain I finally tracked the Dr down at his house and had him call in an antibiotic and pain medication because it had become infected. My immediate thought was, maybe if he hadn't been SO consumed with trying to upsell me on everything else that wasn't necessary he would have remembered the basics of dentistry and the infection could have been prevented. So needless to say, I am no longer a patient there and I still need my crowns. Onto a different dentist that hopefully gets it..
I couldn't believe how great and passionate they were. Not just the technician was amazing but the doctor made it very clear he cares about my mouth. I grind my teeth at night and dental hygiene for me is not the best so asking him for luminaires were my dream mouth and I told him however he says I wouldn't put them in until I take care of my mouth better. I was shocked because doctors/ dentists are normally all about making extra money but he wasn't he cared about if he did that work that it wouldn't be a waste of money for me. I will always go back to them, this is now my Dentist Office I will not go anywhere else. They also have discounts for new patients, I truly believe they are in it for the health and wellness of any and all mouth they encounter. The office was clean it was beautiful and I felt I was in good hands. Thank you Dental Brothers for being honest and actually caring!.
Recently I had a tooth that was causing me a lot of pain and I booked an appointment at another clinic. After meeting the Dr. I left, I am afraid to go to the dentist and this guy did nothing to alleviate my fears. I went online and found this place and called them. I was able to get in that same day and from the moment I walked in, I could tell this place was different. From the friendly way that the nurse introduced herself and gave me a tour of the place and the beautiful rooms, I was instantly more comfortable. They really go out of their way to make sure that you know what is going on at all times and that you're not afraid. I ended up getting a tooth pulled and for the first time in my life, I didn't have to be sedated! I have a follow-up appointment coming up and I plan to continue my care there and bring my children here as well..