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The hygienist who cleaned my teeth was very knowledgeable and caring.

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Editorial review from BirdEye 4/21/2017

by Gary at BirdEye Provided by BirdEye
The hygienist who cleaned my teeth was very knowledgeable and caring. more

Editorial review from BirdEye 3/25/2017

Very friendly and helpful. Made me feel comfortable and gave me a lot of information.No pressure. more

Editorial review from BirdEye 9/22/2016

Good service and fast response more

Editorial review from BirdEye 9/16/2016

I enjoy coming to your office. The entire staff goes above and beyond and are super friendly! more

Editorial review from BirdEye 8/21/2016

I was in a mid-morning crisis and I was immediately given an appointment for early afternoon. I was seen , on time, no waiting. My problem was taken care of within a half hour and I was free to go to the lake as planned . My warranty took care of it which was another perk. What started off as a morning of dread became a joyful day of relaxation and fun day with family and friends. more

Editorial review from BirdEye 6/2/2016

Very happy. Quick and easy. Affordable too. Thanks more



Editorial review from BirdEye 1/22/2016

Great experience and I was very sceptical coming from a private practice. The entire staff was very professional, knowledgeable and friendly. Will be back in 6 months for my cleaning! more

Editorial review from BirdEye 1/13/2016

Not that bad, it's a dentist! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 4/24/2015

I have nothing but good things to say about Aspen Dental in Bedford NH. The dentists are as good as any I've encountered anywhere, and the support staff is terrific. And the prices are definitely very reasonable. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 9/3/2014

The people at Aspen Dental might want to look at this. I have reported them for several violations to the American Dental Association; the most grievous being failure to treat the patient as autonomous, as well as patient confidentiality. When I went there a few months ago, the receptionist announce to everyone (about 6 people in the waiting room) while informing me of the amount of money I will owe at the end of the visit (didn't even have my coat off yet). They are so money greedy, they can't help themselves. This is taken from the ADA website.\r \r Patient Autonomy\r \r SECTION 1 — Principle: Patient Autonomy (""self-governance"")\r \r The dentist has a duty to respect the patient's rights to self-determination and confidentiality.\r \r This principle expresses the concept that professionals have a duty to treat the patient according to the patient's desires, within the bounds of accepted treatment, and to protect the patient's confidentiality. Under this principle, the dentist's primary obligations include involving patients in treatment decisions in a meaningful way, with due consideration being given to the patient's needs, desires and abilities, and safeguarding the patient's privacy.\r \r Code of Professional Conduct\r \r 1.A. Patient Involvement. The dentist should inform the patient of the proposed treatment, and any reasonable alternatives, in a manner that allows the patient to become involved in treatment decisions.\r \r 1.B. Patient Records. Dentists are obliged to safeguard the confidentiality of patient records. Dentists shall maintain patient records in a manner consistent with the protection of the welfare of the patient. Upon request of a patient or another dental practitioner, dentists shall provide any information in accordance with applicable law that will be beneficial for the future treatment of that patient.\r \r Advisory Opinions\r \r 1.B.1. Furnishing Copies of Records. A dentist has the ethical obligation on request of either the patient or the patient's new dentist to furnish in accordance with applicable law, either gratuitously or for nominal cost, such dental records or copies or summaries of them, including dental X-rays or copies of them, as will be beneficial for the future treatment of that patient. This obligation exists whether or not the patient's account is paid in full.\r \r 1.B.2. Confidentiality of Patient Records. The dominant theme in Code Section l-B is the protection of the confidentiality of a patient's records. The statement in this section that relevant information in the records should be released to another dental practitioner assumes that the dentist requesting the information is the patient's present dentist. There may be circumstances where the former dentist has an ethical obligation to inform the present dentist of certain facts. Code Section 1.B. assumes that the dentist releasing relevant information is acting in accordance with applicable law. Dentists should be aware that the laws of the various jurisdictions in the United States are not uniform, and some confidentiality laws appear to prohibit the transfer of pertinent information, such as HIV seropositivity. Absent certain knowledge that the laws of the dentist's jurisdiction permit the forwarding of this information, a dentist should obtain the patient's written permission before forwarding health records which contain information of a sensitive nature, such as HIV seropositivity, chemical dependency or sexual preference. If it is necessary for a treating dentist to consult with another dentist or physician with respect to the patient, and the circumstances do not permit the patient to remain anonymous, the treating dentist should seek the permission of the patient prior to the release of data from the patient's records to the consulting practitioner. If the patient refuses, the treating dentist should then contemplate obtaining legal advice regarding the termination of the dentist-patient relationship. more

Thorough and Caring 3/21/2012

Very thorough and caring team of professionals. Office Manager Beth-Ann developed a treatment plan and understood my concerns with regards to scheduling. She did an excellent job reviewing all my costs and payment options. She was very personable and caring, her professionalism was natural and effortless. The dental hygienist was a pleasure as always. My worries and concerns were always understood and addressed by the assistant and the doctor while undergoing three fillings. Overall, I made three visits to this office in one week. Each time, I was highly satisfied by everyone involved. Great team of professionals, very organized and clean environment. Pros: null Cons: null more

Aspen Dental, Bedford, NH 2/27/2012

My son and I went in for a consultation visit and from the moment we walked in, everyone was very friendly and professional. The person who took the x-rays made it as quick and comfortable as possible. The dentist took the time to explain the work needed with no pressure. And, special thanks goes to the office manager for helping to work out a 'plan of action'...she is obviously very knowledgeable in her job and did her best to make the financial end of it painless! Pros: null Cons: null more

Aspen Dental, Bedford, NH 2/1/2012

I have a MAJOR fear of dentists, but I have to say, my experience at Aspen Dental was fantastic!! Everyone was very friendly, and went out of their way to make me feel at ease. They explained everything very clearly, and patiently, and throughout the procedure, made sure I was comfortable and in no pain. I highly recommend them to everyone! Pros: null Cons: null more
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