I went to Bucks ENT in December of 2009 to have a consult re: a Thornwaldt Cyst in my nasopharnyx. Although I had already completed my personal research and had made the decision that I wanted it removed, (Very Very rare growth, chronic allergy/sinus problems my entire life) I thought that Dr. Chack was very insightful and was very enthusiastic about my approach to the situation as well as for my prognosis. The surgery was performed Jan. 12 2010 at St. Mary's in Langhorne, by Dr. Chack and the entire experience was positive (and, oddly enough, quicker then going for an appt at the office.... I am not joking.) A thorough job was done with the removal process, I experienced minor pain and pressure (much less than I was told to expect, which wasn't ominous to begin with) and he even took the time to speak to me post-surgery re: a concern I had with the doseage of pain medicine he would be prescribing, which is amazing in itself, considering he is an ENT Dr. performing a rather minor surgery and most other Dr.'s would give you crap if you wanted to question what they would be writting you. At follow-up, i feel that his examination was thorough and he seemed thrilled that I had such minor complications post-op and that I had already seen a 50% change in breathing as well as swallowing (which was a pain in the ass to live with complication from having the cyst which i experienced everyday for my entire life thinking it was normal) I have also had the pleasure of seeing Dr. Bliglia as well as Dr. Hammer for other issues and have had positive experiences with them also. As far as the wait times (in the general waiting room and exam room) I have never been to an appt., wether for myself or with my wife who also goes there, which lasted under two hours. It is honestly a huge pain in the ass and I avoid going unless absolutely urgency calls. The only thing I can chalk that up to is the fact that there are so many Dr.'s in the practice so it looks as though the ""double booking virus"" has run rampant. What I think is hysterical is the fact that when things get too crowded up front, there is a seperate waiting room in the back in which case they will come out and call 4-7 people back to wait there, so when you arrive to the office, add atleast 6 people to your head count!!!!! IMHO, I can stomach the wait in order to be seen by a Dr. whom I can trust and feel comfortable while under his care, but as far as anyone else is concerned, this is a situation in which you have to play the ""do the positives outweigh the negatives"" card and decide wether or not your first appt is your last.