Not the best service
As someone with a fear of going to the dentist (based on an experience I had as a child), choosing one, let alone going to one, can be difficult. So when a nationally-advertised dental service recommended Atlanta Dental Group as my "top choice," I presumed all would be good.
-- They didn't seem to care that I had a legitimate fear of dentists.
-- As others have said, the building is cramped. I almost got bonked in the head by an x-ray machine courtesy of a technician who wasn't paying much attention.
-- Dr. P tried to sell me cosmetic dental work when I didn't need or want it.
-- The turnover of the front desk, with the exception of who I believe is Dr. P's son, shocked me. I've been there four times, and I've never seen the same people at the front.
-- The person who I believe is Dr. P's son made a side comment to me about how the office "loved my insurance." Given the numbers they were throwing at the company, as well as the out-of-pocket costs, I could see why.
On the positive, another dentist who works there, Dr. Chung, was very nice and did a great job handling a dental issue I had. He didn't have the "snake oil charm" I saw from the others.
Earlier this week, I opted to go to another dental office, one my wife has used for years (and before she met me). They helped me overcome my fears and made me feel relaxed, not nervous and scared like I did at Atlanta Dental Group.