Ratings for Dr. Bradley M. Fischman
I have been a patient of Dr. Fischman for over 20 years and all of my visits to his office have been very pleasurable. I have had lots of work done throughout the years and I have always had a great experience. I've never had any problems or experienced any pain. Dr. Fischman's staff is very professional and very friendly. I have the most beautiful eeth and the most beautiful smile because of Dr. Fischman.
Lucky me! When my previous dentist retired and parceled out his "client list", I was among those "bestowed" upon Dr. Fischman's practive. He and his staff make going to the dentist about as "pleasurable" as possible - under the circumstances. The staff members comprise a longtime team that quite evidently enjoy working together and treat patients like old friends; of course, they'r taking their cue from "the boss" who is always friendly, approachable- and a good listener. Since he's also involved in teaching dentistry, he proves himself on knowing the latest technologies and applies them when appropriate. Probably most important, he has a very gentle touch!
I highly recommend CCD for allyour dental needs. I had an emergency and the office brought me in right away. My problem was taken care of quickly and efficiently by Dr. Fischman and his knowledgeable staff. The office phoned the very next day to see how I was feeling. That was appreciated!
Thank God i found Dr. Fischman, He is such a gentle dentist, knows what hes doing, very honest and saved my mouth. I have been going to him for 5 years now and can't see ever going somewhere else. His staff is amazing. It really is like visiting a freind when you walk in these doors.
You do NOT want to ever use this dentist. Over and above the fact that he is horribly expensive, his workmanship is poor, and his lab even worse. I was recommended to him by a dentist I had used for decades, who was no longer available to care for me. Whereas my original dentist was caring and did not do unnecessary procedures, and bent over backwards to do excellent work at a fair price. Dr. Fischman did a number of root canals which were probably not necessary, and caused the eventual extraction of two front teeth because he did not have the patience to remove temporary bridgework slowly, and used a pneumatic hammer, which causes trauma to the teeth. Instead of x-raying teeth which were sensitive ( he insisted you could not tell the state of a tooth through an x-ray - fail), but in truth, it was easier and more lucrative to do a root canal and consider the problem solved. I went to a surgeon for the implants, and there was no problem with that work, but I then spent over two years with Dr. Fischman unable to make the crown and bridge successfully. The teeth would hit before I closed down, I would wind up constantly biting the inside of my cheek, and my jaws ached. I have had problems biting into certain foods, and chewing most is difficult. He would grind them, drill them to the extent they looked awful, and they still did not fit. The porcelain ( if that's what it is, to start) does not even come to the gum line, and I have metal showing above every tooth. I did not have that kind of recession when I first went to him. When I insisted he at least do the bottom over altogether, and remove the bridgework with a drill, and not the hammer, he grudgingly did so, and charged me all over again for those teeth, even adding more to the total. Over and above the problem with fit, the quality and appearance of the crowns were awful. There was no comparison to the crown and bridge I had in my mouth when I went to him. I had had full mouth restoration at least twice before I went to Dr. Fischman, and never had a problem. After over two years, he reluctantly told me he had lost my impressions early on, so what he was doing was "winging it", and that's when I realized he could never get me back to where I was. He had also shifted the top teeth, and brought them in. He had apparently also "lost" the original temporary for the top, which would have, at least, given an indication of where the top should have been, since those temporaries were from my original impressions just before he "lost" them. I now have to find a new dentist and hope that person can restore my bite, and give me cosmetically decent crowns. When I went to him, I knew I would need a few extractions and implants, but thought that after that I would have new crown and bridge which was the equivalent of what I had originally. Boy, was I ever wrong. Right now I do not even want to open my mouth because people might see these teeth. It is going to cost me an arm and a leg and a lot of discomfort now to try to remedy the mess he made in my mouth,. I frankly do not understand how any dentist could be this bad.
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