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Ratings for Dr. Lori K. Anderson

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Knowledge

I was a patient for just under 4 years of Dr. Anderson. I left her due to having 3 of the 6 crowns she did replaced by a new dentist. She did not properly remove the original decay present on those 3 teeth nor did she seat the crowns properly to form a tight seal. This claim I make is evident on the x-rays in my file that show in x-rays taken after the work was done that decay was still evident. Due to pain & discomfort of teeth all ready crowned I had to have these 3 teeth redone at all of my own expense as my insurance would not pay on crowns done again after less than 5 years. I have 4 other crowns done by other dentists that I have had no issues with. My oldest crown was done in 1988 and is still present in my mouth. I do not recommend letting Dr. Anderson do any crowns for you.

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flag | Submitted June 14, 2014

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Dr. Anderson and her training and team are excellent. I have received nothing but the best quality and expertise as a patient of hers for many years. I am a physician, and have family members that are dentists in other states. It disturbed me greatly that someone wrote such a disparaging comments about someone who is so knowledgeable and professional as Dr. Anderson. Dr. Anderson has training which involves conservative crown preparations so that she leaves a large amount of tooth structure as support underneath her crowns. My dentist family members recommended her to me due to her extensive training. She has been trained by one of the best dentist in the world Dr. John Kois of Seattle and has spent a great deal of money and time so that she can provide the best dentistry possible. For a new dentist to tell a patient that a conservative crown prep is not a good idea and hacks away extra tooth structure is quite concerning. I would suggest to that person to go back to Dr. Anderson fast

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flag | Submitted October 27, 2013

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4 years ago Dr. Anderson said that I had a cracked tooth and I needed a crown. I didn't have any pain, but I trusted her professional opinion. In the beginning of 2013 she sold her practice to another doctor and I went to this new dentist for my bi-annual check-up in August. The new dentist explained to me that my crown was actually a partial crown because part of my tooth was still visible, this treatment would be considered temporary and would need to be replaced in 3-4 years. The new dentist also showed me where two cavities had developed on the tooth that was still visible. I was infuriated to know that Dr. A took a short cut with my oral health. The very next day, I went back to the new dentist and had begun the process of replacing the crown from Dr. A. In two weeks, I'll have my new permanent replacement crown. The temporary replacement crown feels better than the permanent one from Dr. A.

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flag | Submitted August 7, 2013

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