Randolph Dental Assoc

Dentist Office In Randolph, NJ
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1 Schuman Rd,
Randolph, NJ 7869
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How Patients Feel

POSITIVE
9.6

9.6 Out Of 10

DI Rating

Patient Reviews

12

About Randolph Dental Assoc

Specialties

General Dentistry

Conditions

Chipped Tooth Dental Disorders Tooth Discoloration Toothache Cavity Gingivitis Grinding of Teeth Gum Disease TMJ Tooth Abscess Tooth Decay Tooth Loss Dental Injury Stained Teeth Sensitive Teeth Canker Sore Abscess Halitosis Loose Teeth Tooth Damage Receding Gums Swollen Gums Tender Gums Clicking of Temporomandibular Joint Bad Taste in Mouth Tooth Malformation

Procedures

Dental Crown Teeth Whitening Root Canal Dental Hygiene Services Dental Implant Abscess Incision and Drainage Cosmetic Procedure Amalgam Dental Fillings Teeth Extraction Physical Examination Tooth-Conserving Dentistry

Languages

English Spanish

Appointments

OPEN NOW
Sunday
Closed
Monday
9:40 AM-7:40 PM
1 09:40:00 19:40:00
Tuesday
9:40 AM-10:40 PM
2 09:40:00 22:40:00
Wednesday
9:40 AM-8:40 PM
3 09:40:00 20:40:00
Thursday
9:40 AM-4:40 PM
4 09:40:00 16:40:00
Friday
9:40 AM-4:40 PM
5 09:40:00 16:40:00
Saturday
10:40 AM-3:40 PM
6 10:40:00 15:40:00
Accepting new patients

Randolph Dental Assoc Dentists

DI Rating 9.8

 

How Patients Feel

POSITIVE

Patient Reviews

3
By: Brian U
on August 8, 2013

Summary: THESE GUYS STINK! Gene (owner), Terry (lead mechanic) and Adam (junior mechanic) are rude, dismissive, brash and will make you feel like you’re doing them a favor by asking for their services. Took my old Toyota FJ truck into this BP Sept 2012 to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. The truck has no top, so I wanted to get it done before the winter. Terry did the work. While he treated me like I was trying to sell him something, I let it go… too much trouble to reschedule somewhere else. $170 later, I parked the truck in the garage for the winter. Spring: opened garage door and had tranny fluid all over the floor. I tried to get back to BP b/t my schedule, theirs and the rain for months. Finally got there in August 2013 and talked to owner Gene (white hair) who owns the place, but you would never know it. He doesn’t smile, isn’t friendly and defers all mechanic scheduling and decisions to Terry and his #2, Adam. Terry was out this week but Adam was there, both bays were open and he said I could bring it in. Went home, got truck and drove back. Adam crawled underneath with a flashlight, said the pan was leaking, crawled out and said Terry did the repair so Terry would have to fix. WHAT!? I said “so that’s it? I just came down here b/c you told me you would fix the mistake and now you won’t fix it b/c the other mechanic was the one who did the work? “Yep.” Are you f-ing kidding me? So there are bolts, threads, pan, gasket. Is this rocket science for a mechanic? The BP sign says “BP - Locally owned. Locally operated. Thank you for your support.” Well guess what. They just blew it for every independently owned shop. If I got it done at a chain like Pep Boys, Firestone, Sears, anywhere, I would have had it done months ago with apologies for my troubles. I guess this BP has enough business to treat people this way–they just don’t care. I would avoid this station like the plague. 1173 Sussex Turnpike.

DI Rating 6.9

 

How Patients Feel

POSITIVE

Patient Reviews

3
By: Brian U
on August 8, 2013

Summary: THESE GUYS STINK! Gene (owner), Terry (lead mechanic) and Adam (junior mechanic) are rude, dismissive, brash and will make you feel like you’re doing them a favor by asking for their services. Took my old Toyota FJ truck into this BP Sept 2012 to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. The truck has no top, so I wanted to get it done before the winter. Terry did the work. While he treated me like I was trying to sell him something, I let it go… too much trouble to reschedule somewhere else. $170 later, I parked the truck in the garage for the winter. Spring: opened garage door and had tranny fluid all over the floor. I tried to get back to BP b/t my schedule, theirs and the rain for months. Finally got there in August 2013 and talked to owner Gene (white hair) who owns the place, but you would never know it. He doesn’t smile, isn’t friendly and defers all mechanic scheduling and decisions to Terry and his #2, Adam. Terry was out this week but Adam was there, both bays were open and he said I could bring it in. Went home, got truck and drove back. Adam crawled underneath with a flashlight, said the pan was leaking, crawled out and said Terry did the repair so Terry would have to fix. WHAT!? I said “so that’s it? I just came down here b/c you told me you would fix the mistake and now you won’t fix it b/c the other mechanic was the one who did the work? “Yep.” Are you f-ing kidding me? So there are bolts, threads, pan, gasket. Is this rocket science for a mechanic? The BP sign says “BP - Locally owned. Locally operated. Thank you for your support.” Well guess what. They just blew it for every independently owned shop. If I got it done at a chain like Pep Boys, Firestone, Sears, anywhere, I would have had it done months ago with apologies for my troubles. I guess this BP has enough business to treat people this way–they just don’t care. I would avoid this station like the plague. 1173 Sussex Turnpike.

DI Rating 6.9

 

How Patients Feel

POSITIVE

Patient Reviews

3
By: Brian U
on August 8, 2013

Summary: THESE GUYS STINK! Gene (owner), Terry (lead mechanic) and Adam (junior mechanic) are rude, dismissive, brash and will make you feel like you’re doing them a favor by asking for their services. Took my old Toyota FJ truck into this BP Sept 2012 to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. The truck has no top, so I wanted to get it done before the winter. Terry did the work. While he treated me like I was trying to sell him something, I let it go… too much trouble to reschedule somewhere else. $170 later, I parked the truck in the garage for the winter. Spring: opened garage door and had tranny fluid all over the floor. I tried to get back to BP b/t my schedule, theirs and the rain for months. Finally got there in August 2013 and talked to owner Gene (white hair) who owns the place, but you would never know it. He doesn’t smile, isn’t friendly and defers all mechanic scheduling and decisions to Terry and his #2, Adam. Terry was out this week but Adam was there, both bays were open and he said I could bring it in. Went home, got truck and drove back. Adam crawled underneath with a flashlight, said the pan was leaking, crawled out and said Terry did the repair so Terry would have to fix. WHAT!? I said “so that’s it? I just came down here b/c you told me you would fix the mistake and now you won’t fix it b/c the other mechanic was the one who did the work? “Yep.” Are you f-ing kidding me? So there are bolts, threads, pan, gasket. Is this rocket science for a mechanic? The BP sign says “BP - Locally owned. Locally operated. Thank you for your support.” Well guess what. They just blew it for every independently owned shop. If I got it done at a chain like Pep Boys, Firestone, Sears, anywhere, I would have had it done months ago with apologies for my troubles. I guess this BP has enough business to treat people this way–they just don’t care. I would avoid this station like the plague. 1173 Sussex Turnpike.

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