ASA B SELZER DDS Reviews (1)
I began seeing [redacted]r in 2007 and he found gum disease and a few teeth that needed crowns. He treated the gum disease, I continued with regular cleanings and had several crowns. Last year, the I had a toothache and pointed out the tooth and the assistance said no way, that tooth has a crown. Turns out the root was infected and [redacted] sent me to an endodonist for surgery where he clipped the infected root. a few months later, I noticed one of my teeth had begun slanting and my gums were getting sore. Went to [redacted] and the assistant went back to the dentist's office, I guess, came back and said he had check the x-ray and confirmed the tooth had moved. I told assistant that another tooth (one he had placed a crown on) was hurting. The assistant went back to his office and came back saying I should have been on a regularly scheduled deep root scaling and I ask why I was not told that or scheduled. The assistant went back to his office, came back and reported that [redacted] that it was the hygienist's responsibility to report to him about gum issues. He didn't even come out to tell me any of this. Now, I'm having problems with another crowned tooth and the new dentist I'm seeing found that the tooth that the endodontist had to do surgery on has infected roots so I'll probably have to have another surgery on it. I have spent a lot of money with Dr. [redacted] and almost everything he did is having problems. My son recently had a filling. Within a month or two, it got infected and this dentist put a crown on that tooth. This just doesn't seem right.