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Graffari, Westfield Ave, ELIZABETH, NJ
Worst dr ever ... unprofessional , rude staff , cannot do a proper dental procedure
Graffari family dentist, Westfield ave, ELIZABETH, NJ
My brother left his dentures to be sent to the technician to be My brother left his dentures with this dr. to be sent to to the technician be adjusted , after almost 2 months the dentist finally told him , they lost his dentures and he has to pay new set!
Eastern Dental of Burlington, 202 Rt 130 North, Cinnaminson, NJ
Dr Hoffmeister and assistants, Cara, Ave and Tori have all been very friendly and helpful making for a very pleasant experience.
Dr Thomas Torre, 502 Franklin ave, Nutley, NJ
Dr. Torre and his staff are exceptional. I always feel extremely relaxed and confident that I am in the best care. I have had immense amount of work on my teeth and have never encountered a problem with his work. He explains what he will be doing and after the procedure he makes sure you understand what to do after you leave. If you're looking for an exceptional dentist this is the dentist to go to.
David A Pipitone, 800 ocean ave, Point pleasant, NJ
Vito Modugno, Lafayette Ave, Hawthorne, NJ
I was referred by my dentist as he felt it would be a difficult extraction & going to surgeon would allow me anesthesia. I explained this Mudugno he said no just novocain & started to remove the tooth before the local was fully in effect. I asked again for at least gas he told me I didn't need it. He had to break the tooth in 4 pieces, he left the room 3 different times looking for equipment to remove the tooth all the while I was shaking and asking for something for pain to which he ignored. Once he finally got the tooth out I asked if I needed antibiotics & again was ignored when I repeated it he yelled no & walked out, never explaining why I wouldn't need it if the tooth had been rotten under the crown. This man is barbaric, must hate his job. I followed the written instructions to the letter & continued to have pain & increased swelling After 4 days of my face still swollen & still in pain I went to a walk in medical & was promptly told it was infected & given strong antibiotics
Mrs D alessandro, Weatfield high school, Westfield, NJ, 07090
Annoying and condescending overly cares about manners
Patricia Nazaire, Kean University, Elizabeth, NJ, 07083
Nicole Zucconi, 3 Elizabeth Avenue, Millville, NJ, 08332
I started going to Dr zucconi four years ago. Because I wasn't sick for three years and I'm not letting the Inspira group she belongs to take care of my hypothyroidism she has refused to treat me as her patient. She has bounced me around to practitioners, residents, and even students. Her Associates are horrible. They don't listen to what you're telling them. I went there in early September because I am experiencing low-grade fevers since the end of August. Needless to say it is now the end of October and I am still suffering from the same low-grade fevers that's Spike up into the 100° point. They bad-mouth doctors who are not in the Inspira Health Network. The last doctor that I saw was David Alderholt. He did nothing but bad mouth my thyroid specialist. Tried to get me to take a prescription of higher Levothyroxine than what my endocrinologist has me on. I reported the behavior to the office and also to my endocrinologist who by the way comes highly recommended and has very high ratings on the internet. Apparently, they're mad at me because of the report so they told my insurance company that a fracture that I acquired during my vacation in August happened in my work instead of my home. I think they did that on purpose to have my insurance bounce out my claim. I had to go through the legal department of Blue Cross and Blue Shield to get the case closed. Thank God I was on a two-week vacation during the time that the incident happened. I would not recommend any doctor that belongs to the Inspira Health Network because apparently they bad-mouth any doctor or specialist that does not belong to their group.
David Aderholdt, 3 Elizabeth Avenue, Millville, NJ, 08332
Very indecisive and could not make a proper prognosis. Stuttered and stammered while he was telling me what was wrong with me which I already knew and had told him when he walked into the exam room. I finished his sentences for him during his information on my injury. Was supposed to prescribe naproxen sodium and what I got was ibuprofen 600 when I already have a two month prescription for ibuprofen 800. Never compared the second set of X-rays to the first set of X-rays to see if there was any change. He had his associate call me and tell me I broke my arm which I already knew and I should see an orthopedic surgeon which was already in my file as going to Rothman and I had already seen the orthopedic surgeon. I went to dr. Zucconi's office for a low-grade fever which shot up to over 100° and he never treated the fever. Said I can go to the ER if I thought I had sepsis. He said they would let me go if I didn't but then they would keep me if I did. He went over my previous blood work and tried to treat me for thyroid disease even after I told him I was already seeing a specialist for that. He told me she wasn't treated me properly and I should be on a higher milligram. Dr slone says my blood work is perfect but yet he's telling me I'm borderline diabetic, have high cholesterol, and should be on my higher dosage of levothyroxine. The blood work was done to check for cramps in my legs and RLS. He never relayed that information to me. The visit with that doctor was a total bust.