I would not go to Dr. Cantor if he was the last dentist on earth. My husband went to him, here in New York, through his Union dental plan and Dr. Cantor put in a claim for work that was supposedly done on him and was paid for this "work". When my husband went to another dentist for work to be done on this tooth the union rejected it saying that the tooth had been removed by Dr. Cantor when, in truth, it had not. The union has been trying for a year to get ahold of Dr. Cantor to try to get him to reimburse them for the money sent to him for this non-existent procedure by contacting him at his new location in PA, but he has not replied to any of the requests and now it seems they have exhausted their efforts and my husband will be the one who will be the one who will have to pay the consequences. So, in short, if you have a dental plan and are going to Dr. Cantor you should review your forms very closely.