Rome Family Dental Service P C

Rome Family Dental Service P C
Rome Family Dental Service P C 215 North Washington Street Rome, NY 13440
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Rome Family Dental Service P C

Rome Family Dental Service P C is a Dentist facility at 215 North Washington Street in Rome, NY.
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Practice Rome Family Dental Service P C
Services Rome Family Dental Service P C is a dentist/dental office located in Rome, NY 13440. A dentist is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases of the gums, teeth, and jaw.

Please call Rome Family Dental Service P C at (315) 339-5830 to schedule an appointment in Rome, NY or get more information.
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(46 Reviews)
4 star average for Service
4 star average for Environment
4.5 star average for Expertise
4 star average for Staff
4 star average for Recommended
4 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
They made the extra effort to make sure every question and concern I had was addressed. I don't think I have ever been put on hold here for a long time and am so impressed with how quickly all of my questions are answered. There's nothing worse than having to wait on hold for a half an hour just to get someone to talk to you. It was very easy to get an appointment. They have a very flexible schedule and get me in quickly every time. I thought the staff was amazing; they were so friendly and helpful, and made sure I felt welcome there. All the equipment at this office is state-of-the-art. I feel very safe here because I know it's safe and current.
by Jeanne Krucher XXX.XXX.74.37
I wish they had a few more Dentists or at least one that actually seemed like they went to dental school. I went in because of a broken/missing tooth and not only did the dentist "dr jamie"? no last name?) not look in my mouth, but he didn't even ask about what I needed done or if i had any other issues besides that particular tooth - I had to tell him about the other teeth - while he was writing out a referral without even doing an examination - to an oral surgeon. When i voiced my concerns about having a missing tooth that is visible when i smile and makes me feel self consceious- he said there is nothing we can do and to come back after i have it pulled. He didn't even look at any of the other teeth, i told him that i needed stuff done and i wanted something temporary for the 2 month wait until the oral surgeon appointment, he litereally started SCREAMING at me , and motioning with his hands (as though I could not hear or understand so he had to show me how to get up out of the chair!) So during this I am getting upset and he screams:
"NOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO, IS GET OUT OF MY CHAIR - (points to chair, motions me to get up and points to door)...AND WALK OUT THE DOOR AND DON't COME BACK UNTIL AFTER YOUR TEETH ARE OUT" I was so repulsed by this homie G speaking dentist treating me like a piece of trash or something - I could not believe how RUDE he was - How UNPROFEESSIONAL he was, I had MAJOR anxiety about going there in the first place because they always seem to have different dentists there, no one ever stays.. I was so mad that I was in tears by the time I got out the door without my referral and I have been trying to find out who he is - really - to see if he is even a real dentist because he acted very "gangster: like how he talked and treated me like i was someones bwitch or something.. He's lucky he didn't come in the office when i came back in to get my referral because I probably would have told him he was a POS that needed an @$$ beating for talking to me like that, but i knew his homeboys were outside on the stoop waiting for him so he was wanting to get out of there fast . I was in there a total of maybe 10 minutes. Never again and I will report him when i find out his last name. He should be working under another Dr.'s guidance so that he can learn some manners, proffessionalism, and morals - but most of all, workplace ethics! members on hand. They weren't severely understaffed but it was obvious they could've used more help. They didn't display their qualifications. It made me nervous. I was not satisfied with my visit... not much was accomplished and I felt confused and uneasy upon leaving. The waiting area here is rather cramped. People often have to stand as there is not enough chairs. I went there to have my teeth examined, and instead they barely even looked at my teeth. I had barely opened my mouth when they told me they were finished examining them. I'm afraid they might have missed a few cavities.
by Pamela Anderson XXX.XXX.142.98
I have been in pain with a tooth that is rotten to the gum line for several months now. First we waited for medicaid to obviously say no to a root canal, now I'm waiting for an appointment. I am in serious pain and all the antibiotics and over the counter painkillers are not helping. They will give me nothing to help with pain over the months I have been waiting. I want the tooth out. I believe if I talked to the doctor I would get further but the receptionists are lollygagging. The dentists are great, but the receptionists and hygienists are awful.
by LoyalCustomer XXX.XXX.126.177