Ratings for Dr. Jack B. Anon
I recently saw Dr. Anon for what I thought was a sinus issue. I had a sinus infection and fluid in my ears about a month ago that did not seem to get any better, so I did some research and called the ENT. I wasn't dizzy anymore but still had pressure under my eyes and pain in my ears. He told me that Urgent Care lied and that I didn't ever have fluid in my ears, that people my age (31) do not get fluid in their ears. He said it is in fact TMJ and that I needed to call my dentist. His answer was fine with me, but I definitely felt as though I was bothering him by being there. He seemed baffled that my dentist never told me I had TMJ. I can say, whether I have it or not, it has never been this bad. I have some mild anxiety issues and was trying to get to the root of my problem. I was satisfied with his answer, I called my PCP and my denstist for an appointment, but I have never left an office feeling like I was such a bothersome patient.
Best Doc in the ENT practice. Very attentive to me, the parent, as well as my daughter. We felt very comfortable, and at ease. Best part of the visit was he developed a plan of action that gave us the answer to my child's issues! He found she had a problem with her immune system, and that is why she had so many infections.
I took my daughter to Dr. Anon for continual sinus issues. I suggested she may have a deviated septum as she had broken her nose as a child. He said that was not the case and she needed surgery. The surgery made no difference to her issues so I took her to Cleveland Clinic and found she indeed had a severe deviated septum and s if he had done a cat scan or even x-ray he would have seen it. The painful surgery was completely unnecessary!
Dr. Jack B. Anon's Credentials
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- University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine (Grad. 1981)
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