In trying to be proactive I went to Dr Suk for a broken tooth before it started to cause pain. As I expected the tooth was too damaged to save and I was advised to have it pulled and a bridge made. I was told that the bridge should not wait as my teeth could seperate causing a gap in the front by a technician. The doctor was out of the room at that point but concurred when I asked her. After pulling my tooth I was given two prescriptions one for antibiotic and one supposedly for tylenol 3. When filling these it was discovered I'd received two antibiotic prescriptions including one I was allergic to and nothing for pain. When I called I was told if I really had pain (as if I was drug seeking Tylenol 3) they'd call in the prescription but not for anything stronger. After a week I went back and had novacain applied improperly by the Dr and the side of my face and head went numb but not my mouth. Although she was pleasant, I will not return to this dentist.
Posted: 11/05/2007 • Last edited: 1/26/2009 • Link to this review