Dr. Jennifer Brown
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|Practice:||St Matthews Dental Care Group|
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
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Dentist-related: cavities, gum disease, teeth cleaning, dental care, gingivitis
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Very skeptical. I had to get 6 fillings, even though I didn't have ANY pain, not even when eating ice cream. After the 6 fillings I have had the worst time with anything with a temperature (cold and hot) or anything i need pressure to eat (apples/carrots). I've never had to think before I eat like before (now I have to remember not to do too much on one tooth). I did not go back because the whole procedure I had tears streaming down my face and constantly felt like I was choking on my own spit. It was an awful experience that I will never go back to.
||26/06/12||2||4||1||2||Made appt. after getting advertisement in mail with special offer for cleaning and exam in April, 2012. After many x-rays, was told I needed a deep cleaning at a cost of $664.00 plus a crown since they didn't think the cavity could be drilled without cracking the tooth. Very high pressure sales job and I felt like I was in a used car lot instead of a dentist chair!||Respond|
||06/01/12||1||2||1||1||As a new resident to the Louisville area, I was looking for a good dentist (the one I had before, I had for a very long time). I saw an add for this dentist and made an appt. for a cleaning/exam. After a poor 15 minute cleaning, LOTS of x-rays and poking and proding with my teeth, Dr. Brown came in and proceded to tell me that I had over 10 cavities (6 months prior I had an appt with my dentist and was told that everything looked great). The financing lady then came in and presented me with a treatment plan for almost $4000 (without coverage). I was very skeptical so I decided to contact my dentist from back home. After a couple days, I asked them to release the x-rays to my dentist back home, which they did after a couple weeks of hounding them. Just saw my dentist today and was told that I had NO cavities at all. BOTTOM LINE these people tried to scam me out of my money and do dental work that was NOT necessary. I would caution anyone looking for a dentist to look anywhere but here!||Respond|