I went to Dr. Anissi after a co-worker recommended her. The first time I went to have a cleaning, she informed me that I had a cavity. I was surprised because I had never had a cavity but I let her fill the cavity. Six months later I went to Dr, Anissi again for a cleaning. After her exam, Dr. Anissi informed me again that I had a cavity. This time, I went to another dentist and paid for a second opinion. This dentist informed me that while I had deep pits, I did not have a cavity -- he actually used a tool and pressed it into my teeth to check. Dr. Anissi did not use a tool, she just looked. I never let Dr. Anissi fill this second ""cavity"", and I switched dentists. I tried to report her, but had no luck with the dental association (how can you prove that you didn't have a cavity that she already filled?) and it was time-consuming so I stopped pursuing. In retrospect, I wish that I had hired a lawyer because I can never get back what she took from me. I never told my co-worker, because she seemed happy with her, but 3 years later, the co-worker called me specifically to ask about my experience with Dr. Anissi and I told her the truth. It's been 9 years since Dr. Anissi claimed I had a cavity, and to this date I have not had any other dentist tell me that I have a cavity. I'm not sure if Dr. Anissi actually thought that I had a cavity, but I would not recommend her. Insurance doesn't cover ""second opinions"" for consumers to find out if they actually have a cavity, so better to go to another dentist.