As a practicing physician, I got a bad vibe from this office. I felt that much of the services were sold as ""necessary"" in order to generate income. Upon entering the office, you see newspaper articles posted on the wall about how you should change your metal fillings (which most of us have) to composite ones ($400 each). He then takes a usb camera that shows every small imperfection on your teeth and proceeded to recommend 2 cavity abrasions/drillings and 16 microabrasions (a procedure that has fallen out of favor as studies show it is ineffective). Upon questioning, he denied any radiographic signs of cavities, but claimed that they'd get worse if I didn't get the job done. I must state that I get regular dental care, take care of my teeth and haven't had cavities in years. All in all, he wanted $2900 for ""necessary"" dental work that my new dentist doesn't think is needed. Beware! Dr. Jagani has a fraudulent practice and will shake every penny from you! I highly recommend getting a second opinion if you receive a bill as large as mine. Maybe he just thinks I'm a doctor and $2900 is chump change for me (which it is not).
Cons: Money Hungry