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Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Kimberly Danzer, DMD

She is the worst dentist ever. She was our family dentist and she messed up a lot of the fillings my family had and after she sold her practice we had to have them All redone because of her terrible work.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Kimberly Danzer, DMD

I have been seeing Dr. Danzer as a patient for many years now. I have always trusted her and her staff with all the work they have done for me. From cleanings, fillings, crowns, and even the emergency visit to work on an old crown that popped off. I would recommend Dr. Danzer's office to any of my friends and family..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Richard Koch, DDS

After a trip to Andrew Stubbs, endodontist, for a root canal I went to Dr. Koch for a filling in the existing crown which he took care of without any delay... even though I had not seen him in over a decade. As I no longer work in Aurora & live in Lakewood.... I made a huge mistake trying other dentists and now will only return in the future to this wonderful, compassionate dentist!.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Metropolitan Dental Care

My disappointment in sketchy communication by Metropolitan a.k.a Metro Dental in Denver is only exceeded by their dismissal to acknowledge their role to ameliorate a cost burden to me as a patient known to them since 1996. A co-pay estimate was given for a deep cleaning they insisted I needed to the point they would not schedule a regular cleaning. After confirming an estimate of $160 I scheduled an appointment because of statements made to me about the dire condition of my gums to ‘save my teeth.’ They said I needed a minimum of two appointments for cleanings in four quadrants of my mouth and to prepare for two hours for each appointment. Each conversation I had about possibilities of exceeding the estimate was greatly downplayed. My first appointment lasted an hour with about 45 minutes of actual work done on one side of my mouth, and the next appointment a week later about the same time duration (waiting in the reception area and unforeseen distractions that the hygienist had to contend with tapped into the time). I paid $90 as a copay for that appointment and $85 at the next appointment, already exceeding the $160 they estimated would come out of my pocket. I then am billed a $115 more with an explanation that Delta insurance would not cover what they estimated and they said the plan I switched to after my retirement did not cover as much as the one I moved over to, DISPITE the updated information on my newer Delta Dental coverage I provided to Metropolitan Dental way in advance while sharing my heightened anxiety about preventing overruns in the estimate. I contacted Delta only to learn that any estimate would be honored if the codes the office gives them are provided in writing since the dental office knows what they are going to do. Delta suggested that any estimates should be requested in writing, something Metropolitan Dental failed to inform me of prior to the appointments, and then Metropolitan Dental snidely said afterwards that was a responsibility I owned. I have never had to do that for prior appointments/treatments and I feel is a responsibility of the office since I made it clear I wanted to know likely charges. It does not seem right that have to pay an additional third of what I had budgeted….something is wrong for consumers with this business model. After the first treatment the dentist reviewed the hygienist work and said my teeth were “awesome” and seemed confused after I said only half of my mouth was completed. This indicated to me my dental work was not as dire as they first lead me to believe. After the second and final treatment the hygienist pushed for me to schedule three month cleanings which by that time I began to question. She initially stated I had moderate periodontal disease and then later in the conversation, after I said I would only consider 6 month or annual cleanings, changed her statement to an admission that I actually had early on-set periodontal disease-(supposedly?!). Metropolitan Dental has violated my trust I feel in an effort to overstate a gum problem for money. I expect accurate information and professional courtesy on estimates. Metropolitan Dental could have provided the insurer in writing the codes that would have obligated Delta Dental to a more exact coverage to make known to me, and allowed me to make a more informed decision that likely would have led to a second opinion if I did not have the trust I started with and is now torpedoed. Jon G..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Comfort Dental East Colfax

I really like their work.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Comfort Dental East Colfax

Always thorough and very kind!.

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