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This dental practice is defrauding it's patients by having them sign up for expensive cosmetic procedures and failing to deliver them. I agreed to pay for veneers over 6 weeks ago which were supposed to be put on before an upcoming vacation. Not only did I not get them put on before my vacation but I've been paying for a service I have yet to receive. Week after week the practice tells me that they'll be "coming in this week" and they never do. An employee I had not spoken to previously recently went out on a limb and whispered into the phone that the practice had not paid their bills in months. She also indicated there are about 100 other patients in my situation. I have a feeling this practice may be headed for bankruptcy and all these patients are going to be left with huge bills for services and products they have never received.

Practice details:

Weber Dental Associates
326 Broad St
Red Bank, NJ 07724


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    Dental Turkey Oct 16, 2015
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    Therefore every patient in our clinic has the project of his or her teeth made on individual plaster casts. We often see crowns or bridges made in patients mouth made without a project. The final prosthetic treatment results then accidental view that usually don’t fit to the patient’s face. Such treatment has usually poor predictability and gives the patient discomfort and artificial feeling. Let us make your treatment properly and predictably.

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    beyond shocked Jun 20, 2014

    clear away from this scamming group there isn't one single honest soul in the entire group. Their workmanship is shoddy at best. You will leave with empty pockets and in Worse condition than when you arrived. good luck getting what you paid for or a refund. They are just like the "Little Shop of Horrors" we aren't exaggerating. Run do not walk as far away as fast as you can.

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    mac gardner Sep 22, 2013

    These comments all appear to be old, but I'll put in my two cents worth just in case it will help patients who have paid for work to the prior owner. I believe that by law when anyone purchases a business, along with the assets, they are also required to assume the contingent liabilities. In this case, it would be the liability of the money received from patients who have not received the goods and or services they paid for. I think the state board of Dentistry would have some authority over this issue, along with the state Attorney General's office and the state Department of Consumer Affairs.

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    Badillo Aug 07, 2010

    The worse most unprofessional place I have ever been to. I have been going to this office for many years when it used to be called American Dental. Once they changed the name and owners it has all gone down hill. For one the Office manager is under the impression that she is the owner and is extremely unprofessional. You ask her to speak to the owner and she refuses to give that information. There has also been two incidents were the surgeon (Dr. Maro) has been hours late and he does not even wait until the anesthesia has kicked in before he starts to work (EVERY PAINFUL)... I've taken the liberty to report this office to my insurance company.

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    Guardian Angel Mar 13, 2007
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    Dr. Marc Weber is ripping of his patients by inducing them to sign contracts for expensive cosmetic procedures which he never provides, leaving the patient with the bill. If you have been defrauded by this Dentist and Dental practice, file a police report with the Red Bank Police Station, file a complaint with the State Board of Dentistry and contact your Congressman immediately. Dr. Marc Weber has the following judgments against him for malpractice and insurance fraud (Docket numbers MON J 279629 02, MON-DC-[protected], MON DC-[protected], MON SC [protected], and MON SC 4532-06) to just name a few. He also had public disciplinary action taken against him by the State Board of Dentistry in 2002. Dr. Weber's staff have reported that he has a substance abuse problem. Dr. Weber recently sold his practice. The new name of the practice is The Perfect Smile. It is owned by Dr. Richard Poller and Dr. Andrew Maron (Dr. Poller also owns the Apprehensive Patient). They continue to employ Dr. Weber knowing all of this.

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    Sue Oct 19, 2006
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    This practice is defrauding it' s patients and getting away with it. I have been paying money monthly on a healthcare loan for aligners for my teeth that I still do not have since February. I have been told that the aligners are now useless to me and I have to start all over again with a new dentist. DO NOT use this practice. I also feel is they will be out of business/filing bankruptcy soon.

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