They are the pits. Here's my experience. I got a coupon for teeth cleaning - $40. Good deal but first you have to have an exam, another $40 with coupon (if no dental insurance). On the exam, they find something expensive - for me a cavity at the line of a cap. It seemed reasonable so I bought the insurance they suggested for $140. My costs for filling and a new cap - $560. Now for the teeth cleaning at $5 with the new insurance. Now I'm told I have to have periodontal work on all four quadrants for about $220. My gums are nice and pink, don't bleed when flossed and are not recessed. But I signed their paper with prices for the suggested work. I call to cancel the next day after thinking about it and they try the hard sell that I had signed the papers and I knew all along from the first exam that I needed the work and that I was now obligated. I said bullshit - I just wanted a regular tooth cleaning. There had been no mentions of periodontal work after the initial exam results. They refused to do the regular teeth cleaning. Now I have paid $745 and still no teeth cleaning. Really pissed.
About their facilities - no sink to spit in, instead they aspirate your mouth. It is nice to rinse after having a cavity filled to get the solid stuff out.
Cons: Poor facilities, push unneeded dental work very aggressively