I had my upper teeth pulled and upper dentures were made for me, however, as is common I have had to go back in for adjustments so they would fit better. At the time that I was examined originally, the dentist told me I only need uppers, that my lower teeth were just and didn't need to be pulled. Now I'm being told that there is a gap on the left side of my mouth where the dentures do not match up with my lower teeth and they have told me that I now need to have my lower teeth pulled for lower dentures. I think they should make a new upper denture to fit correctly. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Jay C. Coon, II
My son had two small cavities that needed to be filled. I took him to western dental to see the pediatric dentist. The pediatric dentist was very rude, and unprofessional. When I took my son back, she had a very nasty attitude. Instead of trying to calm his fears, she used fear tactics to get him into the exam chair. She then proceeded to say I was the reason why he wasn't cooperating and then proceeded to throw me out of the exam room. She used force on him and proceeded to restrain him to the exam chair. My son was terrified and crying while this was going on. He did however calm down and the procedure went smoothly! However, I feel like this dentist should not be working with children. I will not be taking my son back to western dental again!