Mechael G. Landy, D.C.S., F. A.G.D. / Overcharge for service not rendered
On August 13, 2014, I walked into the office of Mecheal G. Landy dentist for cleaning and to check up on a broken molar. Dr. Spivak said that I needed a root canal on the affected tooth. The total cost for the treatment of my tooth, including a crown after my insurance coverage, would be around $1, 200. That was my first visit to his office, therefore, an oral evaluation was done. Because of the high cost of the root canal, I ended up not having the procedure. Instead 5 days later on 8/18/2014 I came over again for the cleaning, which was supposed to be done on my first visit. My complaint is that I am being charged an extra $44.00 for a second (supposedly conducted) oral exam done on my second visit. My argument is that such exam was not done at my second visit, and that one made on 8/13/2014 my insurance has paid for already.