Martin E Frankel, DDS

Martin E Frankel, DDS
100 Arch Street Suite #1 Redwood City, CA 94062
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Martin E Frankel, DDS

Martin E Frankel, DDS practices as a Dentist in Redwood City, CA.
Primary Specialty

Dentist

Services Martin E Frankel, DDS is a dentist/dental office located in Redwood City, CA 94062. A dentist is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases of the gums, teeth, and jaw.

Please call Martin E Frankel, DDS at (650) 365-1110 to schedule an appointment in Redwood City, CA or get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(3 Reviews)
Service
3 star average for Service
Environment
4.5 star average for Environment
Staff
4 star average for Staff
Recommended
1 star average for Recommended
Value
1 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
Did this dentist pressure you to get any unnessary dental procedures?
Absolutely! They wouldn't leave me alone!
Was the chair you sat in during your dental procedure comfortable?
Yes, it was comfortable
Did this dentist give you your invoice promptly?
Not at all. They kept making excuses and didn't give it to me for weeks
Did this provider have reasonable prices?
Not at all, they were ridiculous!
Was this dentist's staff friendly?
Friendly Enough
by Margro XXX.XXX.9.43
Was the chair you sat in during your dental procedure comfortable?
Yes, it was comfortable
Were the staff members able to answer your questions?
Yes! They were the most knowledgeable staff I've ever seen!
Does this provider leave you on hold for a long time when you call?
Never! I don't think I've ever been put on hold here for a long time
Were you able to watch TV during your dental procedure?
No, but I was able to read a magazine
Is this provider's business conveniently located?
Absolutely! It is right off the freeway and close to everthing
by Scott XXX.XXX.75.254
I was only 22 years old with a minor TMJ problem when I saw Dr. Martin Frankel. He checked the maximum amount of money my insurance would pay before starting the treatment and charged me with that amount. Since my insurance does not pay a lump sum, but incrementally, he tailored the length of my treatment according to its payment schedule. Once the payment was paid in full, he said my treatment was over. It took well over a year before the maximum amount was reached. Even though my treatment should have stopped a long time ago, he continued to schedule my visits in order to collect the money. My jaw ended up being moved too much and out of alignment. The pain became so unbearable that I needed a stronger dose of pain reliever, which prevented me from driving when taken. When I brought up the pain issue to him, he would say "You said 'fine' when I asked you 'how are you?'...If you sue me, I have it in writing to prove it." I wasn't even thinking about suing when I brought up the pain issue. It has since changed my life and my face forever and I became eligible for Social Security Disability. When the SSI asked him to turn over my file, he refused. Today I am 37 years old and have moved on with my life. I am sharing my experience as a cautionary tale, so no one else would go through what I went through.
by Compassion