I'm not one to go through the hassle of making an account just to complain, but I feel so strongly about my ""service"" that I felt it was necessary.
I went in for sensitivity and pain on my R side. Not only was I told that absolutely nothing was wrong with my R side, but I had a cavity I didn't feel on my L. Assuming the doctor was right, I let them fill the cavity. Ever since then, I haven't been able to chew on my L. There has been searing pain where the cavity was filled. When I went in to have them look at it, the doctor said there was nothing wrong. He assured me the pain would go away and that it was simply healing. It's been almost 6 weeks and I still can't chew on that side of my mouth! Now the doctor says that I could have a root canal. I'm no expert, but how can I suddenly have a root canal when the only pain has been brought on by their preventative procedure?
I'm going to have them take the filling out, do it over, then switch dentists.