Jersey Gardens Dental

Jersey Gardens Dental
Jersey Gardens Dental 651 Kapkowski Road Elizabeth, NJ 07201
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Jersey Gardens Dental

Jersey Gardens Dental is a Dentist facility at 651 Kapkowski Road in Elizabeth, NJ.
Primary Specialty

Dentist

Practice Jersey Gardens Dental
Services Jersey Gardens Dental is a dentist/dental office located in Elizabeth, NJ 07201. A dentist is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases of the gums, teeth, and jaw.

Please call Jersey Gardens Dental at (908) 351-6996 to schedule an appointment in Elizabeth, NJ or get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(36 Reviews)
Service
3.5 star average for Service
Environment
4.5 star average for Environment
Expertise
3.5 star average for Expertise
Staff
3 star average for Staff
Recommended
3 star average for Recommended
Value
3 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
***If you are reading this is because your human instinct is telling you they're not good, please keep away from this dentist if you care about your health****
I was schedule in for a root canal, came in @ noon and left @ 5pm for a root canal which was preformed by a white lady, very rude by the way and told me your root canal is all done and told me to schedule another appointment for the crown. Never the less, I was numb at the time I left. Next day my face was swollen my eye lids were swollen as well. I got scared and missed a day from work to look for another dentist. I goggled the best rated dentist and just walked in for help. I was in terrible pain... the dentist took X-rays and advised me that the root canal was just started not finished and it was infected.. this is called a root canal gone bad.. I almost lost my tooth, I thank God I found a good dentist. Also, the white lady at the dentist office is an practicing in patients like me.. :( also she gives you prescriptions under another dentist name.. She is not a dentist keep away from this office for reals.
by Anonimo Anonimo XXX.XXX.47.254
Arrived on time. Was kept waiting two and a half hours to be seen. When the dentist finally saw me his manner was brusque, hurried and disinterested. Didn't address my questions. Spent a total of 10 minutes brutally cleaning my teeth. Writing this 8 hours later my gums are still bleeding and severely swollen. Never before have I felt so much pain for a simple cleaning. Office was very badly run. Half of the staff seemed to be doing nothing but looking at their cell phones. A nightmare.
by Sore Mouth XXX.XXX.87.179
Waited two hours just to be told the doctor wouldn't see me because he wanted to go home. This was my first and LAST time there. Such a waste of my time
by Anonymous XXX.XXX.255.206