I should have read the complaints against Absolute Dental before going there. I went to the one located at 3945 S. Maryland Pkwy. in Las Vegas and it was a terrible experience. In my case, they did NOT honor their ad which offers a "free teeth whitening for new patients only with paid x-ray and exam". I had a toothache, not really bad yet, so from past experience I know I need a filling, however, the dentist, a Filipino, w/o checking my tooth kept staring at the x-ray for the longest time and finally he told me that he ''thought'' I had a loose tooth and tried to push for a root canal, then he changed it for a crown. I insisted on a filling and they had the nerve to charge me $210.00 for one tooth, plus the $95.00 for the x-ray and ''exam'', plus they didn't honor the free tooth whitening...I THINK NOT! and I walked out. The people they employ are all Mexicans from the barrios who cannot communicate in English, I think ICE should pay them a visit. I already reported them to the BBB. There are so many complaints about this business that I think a class action lawsuit is in order. We need to get together and file a complaint.
I reported Absolute Dental to the:
Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners
P.O. Box 7238
Reno, NV 89510
(street address: 1105 Terminal Way, Suite 301, 89502)
[protected] / Fax:[protected]
This site is also good to report doctors and hospitals.
I have: absolutedental.com
I'm going to look for an attorney who is interested in handling a class action. When I do, I will post it here. If anyone has an atty. already, let us know.
I believe that Terry has a good claim and should see a malpractice attorney asap. Hopefully you kept all your receipts, cancelled checks, anything and everything, even though your attorney will subpoena all records. Channel 13 is a good place to expose those criminals. Also file a complaint with the BBB in your area, you can do it online and it's easy. I am now filing a complaint with the Attorney General as well. It is disgusting to see how our Veterans are treated and take advantage. Your doctor may provide you with your medical records, it's the law anyway, so that when you show up at your attorney's office he can take a look right away of what's been going on. I wish you the best of luck!