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Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Mark Horne, DDS

This was my second visit with Dr. Horne's office for checkup and cleaning. I am so pleased to have found Dr. Horne and staff. They are courteous, efficient and caring. It was a pleasant experience, and the hygienist did an amazing job. In addition, the location is extremely convenient..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Jerry Hancock, DMD

Stay far, far, away from “Dr.” Hancock. I just went thru one of the most traumatic experiences of my life and I have Dr. Hancock to thank for almost killing me. On Monday, November 15th, I bit into a Wheat Thin which caused a dormant abscess to rupture in my lateral incisor. Over the next 48 hours the pain became progressively worse until Wednesday night (Nov. 17th), when the pain became unmanageable. My pain scale was a 10 out of 10. No sleep, no appetite, no work, I paced around the apartment I share with my girlfriend digging my fingernails into my surrounding jaw to help alleviate even an ounce of pain. All I had to do was make it to my appointment with Dr Hancock and everything would be okay. At least that’s what Dr. Hancock kept telling us… “I promise you’ll have immediate relief” were his go-to words to be exact. Fast forward to Thursday, Nov. 18th, after the “root canal”… and as we get into the car I can’t help but continue to cry at my level 10 pain. Weren’t things supposed to be at least a “little” better? By the end of the night I wanted to kill myself, literally commit suicide. That’s how horrible the pain was. My only option at this point was to take a ONE-DAY prescription of Hydrocodone Dr. Hancock’s office had prescribed which did absolutely nothing for the pain. It was like someone had drove an ice pick into a bundle of nerves in my mouth. The next day, Friday, we are at his office at 7am as soon as his doors open, begging for help. At this point I couldn’t even speak and was having to drip apple sauce thru a corner of my mouth. Before we can even sit me down in the chair we are being told by his staff “we can’t give you any more pain meds”, without even having asked. I didn’t want drugs! I wanted to sleep, eat, and work again. I thought I was going to die. Dr. Hancock then comes in, pries my mouth open against my protest and begins pressing his thumb sternly on my surrounding teeth. What was he doing? Well, turns out he thought I was a junky looking for pain meds because as I’m jumping anxiously in the chair with each touch he sternly remarks “I’m not even touching the tooth so I don’t know what to tell you”! No shit Sherlock, but abscesses can spread thru the jaw, and secondly, I was by this time emotionally traumatized, so yes I’m a little jumpy. My girlfriend sat in the chair sobbing, asking for them to help us. Dr. Hancock then informed us that we had two options, we could pay to go to an Endocrinologist Specialist… or…. He could pull the tooth. No X rays, no tools or instruments to get a better look… just his thumb pressed down hard in my mouth and this guy was telling me he couldn’t do anything. We opted to go to the Specialist in a Thompson Station, but they were not able to do the procedure until Monday, Nov 22nd. I just had to make it thru the weekend. I made it one day before I was in the ER at Centennial Hospital where an amazing doctor was able to help with prescribing pain medication and prescription Motrin that actually worked. We had tried reaching out to the After Hours Rep for Hancock but she refused to call us back and simply wished us luck thru text message. To be clear, my pain was so bad at this point that I didn’t even realize they had given me the first dose of Dilaudid. Monday comes around and the specialist, Dr. Austin Carr, of Endodontic Associates, could not believe what he saw when he broke thru the tooth during my procedure. His words verbatim were that it was an “eruption” of pus, “I’m so sorry nobody believed you”, “we should have gotten you in here sooner”, “no wonder you were in so much pain”, and it goes on. When my girlfriend asked how there could be so much pus only 4 days after the first procedure, he said “I don’t know, it shouldn’t be”. I left the OFFICE with ZERO PAIN. What Hancock did was negligent to the nth degree, prejudice, and against all code of ethics he swore to uphold. You can bet your ass I’ll be seeing them in court. Thankfully I didn’t listen to him and kept the “perfectly healthy” tooth. Shame on you Hancock..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Jeremy Elliott, DMD

I was referred to Dr. Elliott after a horrible experience with a Smile Generation office. The dentist with Smile Generation told me that I needed expensive procedures on my teeth including a bone graft, bridge, crowns, and expensive recurring periomaintenance. To make matters worse, they told me I had an infection in my tooth and refused to prescribe me an antibiotic and pushed me to agree to the expensive procedure to alleviate the pain. I went to Dr. Elliot for a second opinion and found out that the tooth did NOT need to be extracted, and didn't even need a root canal! I only had a cavity forming under my existing metal filling and needed a ceramic crown. He also let me know that my perio health was fine! He quoted me a reasonable price and was extremely friendly and honest about my dental needs. Not only does Dr. Elliott have integrity, but his entire staff was kind and transparent. If you're tired of being scammed by dentists out to push expensive and unnecessary procedures, then Dr. Elliott is the dentist you're looking for!.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Thomas W. Nabors, DDS - Nashville Dentist

Hands down the best dental experience I have ever had! The office staff is unbelievably accommodating, and incredibly knowledgeable. Andrea in particular made the appointment go from excellent to extraordinary. Dare I say it, but I think they've cured my fear of the dentist!.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Roach Family Dentistry & Associates

Dr. Roach is awesome! He is our Dentist for the whole family. The office staff is incredible. They are always friendly and greet us with a smile. Professional in every way. Making an appointment is a breeze and they will even come in on the weekends in case of an emergency. We see him in his Green Hills office. The facilities are clean and first class. I would recommend Dr. Roach, his associates and staff to anyone..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Thomas W. Nabors, DDS - Nashville Dentist

I enjoyed my visit It was my first visit and they made me feel very comfortable ..

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