My general dentist referred me to Dr. Nadler to address concerns related to multiple implant placement. I admit, my dental condition was pretty complex. Prior to seeing Dr. Nadler for third opinion, I had consultations with two prominent experts in the field. Both of them offered extraction of my healthy teeth, placement of 4 or 5 implants in order to put one huge bridge over them. I came to Dr. Nadler just to make sure I did due diligence, but had no hopes of receiving different opinion. However, luckily -I was wrong. Dr. Nadler was able to offer me a reasonable treatment plan that was beyond my wildest imaginations. I gave him all my trust and he did not let me down. Today I have mouth full of teeth, no bridges, great function and I am on my way to get a beautiful smile that I would never expect to have, given complexity of my condition. Indeed, It was the case of "dream came true". Of note, I had so many implants placed at once that I was psychologically fully prepared to be happy even if 1/3 of them failed. To my excitement, all of them healed perfectly well, so we did not have to do another surgery. Truthfully, I will never see another oral surgeon, rather than Dr. Nadler because I trust his medical judgment, his skill and his expertise. He is an outstanding professional who is truly the best in the area, who listens and takes a great care of his patient's concerns. His nursing staff is warm, knowledgeable and efficient, his office manager is superb.
Posted: 1/31/2016 • Link to this review
I didn't even make it past the atrocious receptionist. I called to make an appointment to get my tooth looked and and possibly get some work done and the woman who spoke with me was beyond rude. Her attitude was disgusting and she made it very clear that I was bothering her. She very rudely told me that they don't do anything beside pulling teeth out so my time would be wasted going there. With someone like this representing the office, there's no way I'd ever step foot anywhere near this dentist. Save yourself some wasted time and call/go somewhere where they know how to hire people with half a brain for decency.
Posted: 2/23/2015 • Link to this review
Crammed waiting room. LONG wait to see Dr. I waited 1 1/2 hours before even entering the exam room! Broke through to my sinus cavity, when I blew my nose, my tooth hole whistled and when I rinsed with salt water, it came out my nose!!! I had several pieces of bone/tooth shards come out of the holes (weeks later). Dr. Nadler was so rude on my follow up visit. AWFUL!
Posted: 5/04/2013 • Link to this review
I brought both of my teenage daughters in to see Dr. Nadler. We drove 45 minutes to get there, waited one hour while we watch films and signed paperwork. They escorted the girls out to my car (they were lala and pain free) with my prescriptions and good instructions. Overall great service. He seemed kind, friendly and very competent. The nurses and front office staff were very professional and clean. He also gave plenty of pain medication which the girls didn't need after the first day. Thank you!
Posted: 9/12/2012 • Link to this review
My wife and I live in maryland and have gone to a other dentist / oral surgeons. After a less than stellar dental experience my wife expressed a desire to return to Dr. Nadler, who performed a dental implant for her in 2007. She found him to be comforting, knowledgeable and sincere. As an attending physician at large teaching hospital those are very important attributes and the trip was well worth it. He has performed 2 dental implants this year without complication and results consistent with his work in 2007. His staff was helpful and personable and overall a great experience. I have read the other reviews and they do not fit with the experience my wife had in 2007 - I was not around and Dr. Nadler did not know she was married to a physician until this year. As for the waiting room, every patient receiving surgery requires a chaperone and so if there are 5 patients - there will be 10 people waiting. Not sure if that is a bad thing because i would rather see someone that people want to receive care from than a provider people run from. Dr. Nadler, keep up the good work and if we ever need your services we will be sure to travel from wherever we are. Dr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell
Posted: 7/08/2012 • Link to this review
Dear Community, I would like to advise you on Dr. Nadler. In my opinion I would never recommend him to anyone. I had one wisdom tooth and a molar removed. I've been dealing with pain from the surgery for the past six weeks. Dr. Nadler said NOTHING wrong and sent me home. He refused to believe me and refused to give me any pain meds. A week later I went back after dire pain all week and he finally agreed I had bone coming through the gums. He grabbed an instrument and said "I can take care of this" he began digging in my gums! With NO novocain or anything. He said "No way do you have this kind of pain, he then told me to go home and put a TEA BAG on the area! This Dr. has NO bedside manners, he might as well have called me a lier and even though he said he cared about me it was quite clear, he did NOT!
Posted: 3/21/2012 • Link to this review
Operation: Wisdom teeth removal (four teeth). Day of surgery: Waited well over an hour after appointment time in a loud and packed waiting room. Was told surgery went well. Five days later: Still experiencing numbness in mouth and jaw pain. Two weeks after surgery (first follow-up): Dr. Nadler forces jaw open without warning, rips open scar tissue and causes massive pain. Says wait out numbness. Five weeks later (second follow-up): Mouth is still numb. Doesn't even look in mouth. Unapologetic about numbness. Says it could last up to a year. Two months after surgery: Mouth is still partially numb. Bottom line: Extremely unpleasant experience. He is cheaper than those around town, however, not worth the savings.
Posted: 5/22/2011 • Link to this review
I was referred to this facility/medical group by my dentist for wisdom teeth removal (oral surgery). My wait time was not long, however, Dr. Nadler was strictly business and not at all personable. My consultation consisted of him rapidly running through the procedural information and when I stated that I did not have any questions he simply wrote notes in my file, got up from the chair and walked out. I assumed that he stepped out to get something but once the assistant came in the room to tell me I was done I knew he was on to the next patient. I can only assume that his business is thriving because I did not receive a simple 'thank you' or 'I'll see you soon.' I do not expect an outpouring of appreciation but a simple display of gratitude would've been appreciated. Needless to say I decided not to schedule the surgery with him.
Posted: 7/08/2009 • Link to this review
Had Dr. Nadler remove a tooth. Novicane shots were very fast and hard. Not gentle or real compasionate. He did get the job done. I also waited an hour and forty five minutes before getting called in.
Posted: 9/09/2008 • Last edited: 7/08/2009 • Link to this review