Dr. Comer recently "tried" to put in a crown as a preventative measure on a molar. During the process, he didn't use proper methods to assure even pressure when setting set the crown correctly, and caused me severe discomfort, lost hours of sleep, and many additional visits that took time from work. In addition, he did not listen to my comments regarding my tooth and discomfort, which meant he misdiagnosed my pain and delayed the corrective action I needed. Eventually I was forced to find another dentist, get a root canal, and have the second dentist re-apply a new crown.
Thanks to Dr. Comer, I was able to gain the experience of getting a crown put on twice (because he did it incorrectly the first time), have a root canal (because he spent two hours grinding on the molar after taking off the first "permanent" crown and irreversibly irritated the nerves in that tooth), and spent about $1,900 on top of the cost for the initial crown. He refused to respond to any communication after all of this and doesn't acknowledge any blame.