If I could subtract that star, I would, and then some. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT be fooled by this 'nice guy'!!!
Approximately four years ago he told me I had three cavities that needed to be addressed. I queried him about that assessment because my home dental hygiene is excellent and I don't eat candy or chew gum. I surprisingly asked him, ""What, I have cavities?!?!?""
He simply nodded and slyly said, ""You do."" While he nodded in the affirmative, inside I was shaking my head no, I don't.
It's easy to be fooled by his casual attire and demeanor; it can make one feel like you're dealing with a regular guy next door. The work he does do is good, BUT, I've got a mouth full of crowns that [in retrospect] probably were never needed, though well done! And, $1,000s of dollars later, out of pocket!
I went to another dentist about a year ago who told me I had no cavities, that my teeth were fine. My feeling about Barry Weber when he told me I had three cavities was right. Today I went to yet another dentist I carefully researched and chose, and again was told that I had no cavities.
Based on my experience with Dr. Weber, I would never consider going to him ever again; what a disappointment in the extreme.
Dentists take an oath similar to the oath a physician takes. Part of that oath is to ""...do no harm..."" Again, very disappointing. Unnecessary procedures are good for the dentist ($$$), not the patient.