Dr Camps Pediatric Dental Center Silver Spring Md

Dentist Office In Silver Spring, MD
Within 30 miles
12520 Prosperity Dr Ste 300,
Silver Spring, MD 20904
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8.4

8.4 Out Of 10

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About Dr Camps Pediatric Dental Center Silver Spring Md

Specialties

Pediatric Dentistry

Conditions

Chipped Tooth Dental Disorders Tooth Discoloration Toothache Cavity Gingivitis Grinding of Teeth Gum Disease TMJ Tooth Abrasion Tooth Abscess Tooth Decay Tooth Loss Tooth Demineralization Sleep Apnea Tempormandibular Joint Pain Misaligned Teeth Autism Tooth Attrition Down Syndrome

Procedures

Dental Bonding Dental Crown Dental Extraction Composite Fillings Dental Inlays Dental Onlay Root Canal Simple Tooth Extractions Teeth Scaling Tooth Extraction Teeth Extraction

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Sunday
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Monday
8:00 AM-5:00 PM By Appointment
1 08:00:00 17:00:00
Tuesday
8:00 AM-5:00 PM By Appointment
2 08:00:00 17:00:00
Wednesday
8:00 AM-5:00 PM By Appointment
3 08:00:00 17:00:00
Thursday
8:00 AM-5:00 PM By Appointment
4 08:00:00 17:00:00
Friday
8:00 AM-2:00 PM By Appointment
5 08:00:00 14:00:00
Saturday
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Dr Camps Pediatric Dental Center Silver Spring Md Dentists

DI Rating 8.6

 

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POSITIVE

Patient Reviews

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By: Eric T.
on January 11, 2018

We recently pulled both of our children from this practice for the same reason that several other reviewers have noted. Our 5 year old had an excellent exam (complimented on how clean her teeth were), but then they looked at the x-rays and found very small, microscopic cavities. Dr. Sarraf claimed that my 5 year old needed to be put under general anesthesia at the hospital and that several teeth (baby teeth!) needed crowns. She started by claiming there were 8 cavities, but when I politely questioned her she became visibly angry and then claimed there were 12 cavities. Estimate was $2,000. I then took my daughter to my dentist, who reviewed the x-rays and her teeth and said their proposal was outrageous. He said nothing needed to be done. The cavities were extremely small and required no action, much less crowns and general anesthesia. It has now been 6 months and she is fine. Camps dental center, and Sarraf in particular, are either incompetent (which I doubt) or interested in maximizing profit (quite likely). I will spend whatever money necessary if my kids truly need it. But to traumatize little kids with unnecessary medical procedures is outrageous. We had stuck with this place after they had earlier failed to respond to multiple emergency calls for my older daughter (fortunately, she ended up being fine, but we did not know it at the time of the calls), but this was the last straw.

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By: Eliza A

We recently pulled both of our children from this practice. Our 5 year old had an excellent exam (complimented on how clean her teeth were), but then they looked at the x-rays and found very small, microscopic cavities. Dr. Sarraf claimed that our 5 year old needed to be put under general anesthesia at the hospital and that several teeth (baby teeth!) needed crowns. She started out by suggesting there were 8 cavities, but when my husband politely asked for further explanation, she became visibly angry (our 5 year old commented on it!) and then claimed there were 12 cavities. Estimate was $2,000. We then took our daughter to our family dentist, who reviewed the x-rays and her teeth and said their proposed treatment plan was outrageous. He said nothing needed to be done. The cavities were extremely small and required monitoring but no action, much less crowns and general anesthesia. It has now been 6 months and she is fine. Camps dental center, and Sarraf in particular, are either incompetent (which I doubt) or interested in maximizing profit (quite likely). We will spend whatever money necessary if our kids truly need it. But to traumatize little kids with unnecessary medical procedures, and subject them to general anesthesia which can be dangerous, is outrageous. We had stuck with this place after they had earlier failed to respond to multiple emergency calls for our older daughter (fortunately, she ended up being fine, but we did not know it at the time of the calls), but this was the last straw.

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