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This is the pain which my wife Wendy has had to endure due to a filling that she obtained at Samuels Dental Arts in Gettysburg, Pa.. She started experiencing pain right after the meeting, and went back to Dr. Berger In Samuels Dental Arts many times, but was advised that"It needs to repay", or"The pain will go away as soon as the tooth above it receives pulled". Nevertheless, it didn't.

When Wendy told Dr. Berger that the meeting was causing her pain, She was snippily told,"I stand by my job, there is not anything wrong with the filling". Dr. Berger wouldn't take a follow up x-ray to verify her work.

The pain eventually advanced to constant and excruciating and we moved to another dentist.

Last night Wendy underwent a root canal to eliminate the filling and repair the damage.

We contacted Samuels Dental Arts and requested them to reimburse us for the money we spent fixing their mistake. They flat out denied.

I have not ever aired out my grievances on Facebook earlier, but seeing my wife need to endure the pain she went because a dentist would not take a easy x-ray to check her job warrants my anger.

What type of dentist prefer to see a patient undergo excruciating pain, than admit they may have made a mistake and fix it?

I posted this movie to the Samuels Dental Arts Facebook webpage, so the can see Wendy's pain.

Wendy has been trying for the past week to get her records sent to her to contribute to her new dentist. She calls daily to find out if they've been sent only to be informed from the Office Manager, Paula, that she wants to confer with Dr. Samuels Samuels Dental Arts about it.

Wendy was told a few times yesterday by Paula, that"by legislation, they have two weeks to send out them".

So when you have a patient that has been in pain for 8 months, and is currenty at excrutiaing pain and is trying to find some relief from it, your office is only likely to do the minimum quantity for her that's required by law? Incredible!

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