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Businiess name:  Mostatab, Rebecca, Dds - Smile By Design
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
FIVE STARS FOR GOOD HANDS - ONE STAR FOR DIAGNOSIS - July, 2011... Part 1 - Hadn't been to any dentist in far too long, got a Groupon Coupon to see her and I found her to be very skilled, easy touch, felt at ease and in the hands of someone exceptionally competent. (I have no personal association with her.) She took her time and exited feeling far more positive about talking better care of my prized teeth. Part 2: Now the other part... She diagnosed me with 11 cavities (one major, 10 small) and estimated $2200 of work. With a cash discount that came down to $1800. I was skeptical. I decided for a second opinion at Penn Dental as I thought it likely they would be both less expensive and perhaps even more picky than her. They found two cavities and only one needed drilling, on the other the filling fell out. I specifically asked about the other 10 and was told '...they're barely there and I wouldn't touch them...'.

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