Parsa DDS,Alpharetta Sedation Family Dentistry

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  • 9925 Haynes Bridge Rd

    Alpharetta, GA 30022

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  • 770-663-0333

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I learned a very hard and expensive lesson. Parsa's cosmetic dentistry, and crowns had to be redone, and i had to pay for it again. Parsa is not a quality dentist, left me in terrible pain, refused to give me back my money, refused to return my phone calls, his staff put my calls on hold indefinitely. You have a dispute with Parsa you are on your own. Don't be fouled by a fancy office, and a pretty web site.
Parsa is not a member of ADA, the GA Dental Society, or the AACD

I received the following letter from AACD.

The dentist you are referring to Mehrdod A. Parsa, DMD is not a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
The first step in resolving your situation is to make an appointment with the dentist to discuss your concerns. We find that the majority of such situations can be resolved in this way with greater understanding. If the results of such a meeting do not resolve your problem, the next step would be to contact the local dental society, which should have a peer review panel that can assist you. Your recourse beyond the local society would be the state dental licensing board, which is the government agency with authority over the profession. The vast majority of cases can be resolved, however, by the first two steps. Your local library can provide you with contact information for these organizations.

Cosmetic dentistry is not a recognized specialty by the ADA. Any dentist in the world can call themselves a cosmetic dentist. It is up to the consumer to do their homework to be sure that a dentist they are considering has taken continuing education in the field. We always encourage individuals who are seeking a cosmetic dentist through us to do several things;
AACD Recommendations When Seeking a Cosmetic Dentist-
In order to make sure your dentist is skilled in cosmetic dentistry, the AACD recommends that you ask for the following items before undergoing treatment. As is the case when undergoing any dental treatment, please consult with your dentist to find out which procedure is right for you.

Before and After Photos - Examine the dentist's treatment results on other patients to make sure his or her work fits your dental needs.

References - Get a sense from other patients as to what type of quality care the dentist provides.

Continuing Education - Be certain that your dentist has taken continuing education courses to keep him or her up-to-date with the latest techniques in clinical cosmetic dentistry.

I filed a complaint on him to the GA Board of Dentistry. I'm so disappointed by the findings of the GA board of Dentistry that the Board determined there was no violations of the Dental Practice Act and has voted to close my case. The Board did not receive evidence to support disciplinary action against Dr Parsa. I waited for more than 11 months for that decision.

Dr Parsa didn't give me my own dental records, he refused to give me my digital x rays, the 100 digital (before and after) photographs he took of me. He refused to give me my dental mold before he altered my natural bite, and he stone walled me every step of the way. It is the law in GA for any dentist to keep the patients records for 10 years. Dr Parsa's office told me my original dental mold had broken. Not true! (office manager is Parsa's sister)

I thought I did the right thing to file a complaint against Dr Parsa. Parsa has caused me utter, constant, unrelenting pain, and he has caused me financial distress by having to redo all dental work and pay thousands more I already paid him. I was truly desperate I could not imagine life with such intense horrible pain day after day, and I had no other choice but to go through the whole procedure again. I took it seriously that the GA Board of Dentistry would take my complaint seriously and help me, but obviously they didn't . It is a shame that I had to wait for more than 11 months to get that decision and waist all my the time.

After getting my response from the GA Board of Dentistry my husband and I went into his office to talk to Parsa. Parsa called the police on us. I have been a law abiding citizen all my life, but was treated like a criminal because I showed up in Parsa's office and asked Parsa to give me all my records that was rightfully my. Ask yourself is this a way to treat a patient? Is this the way you want to be treated? Further more ask what is he hiding? Why did he refuse to give me my records, why has he refused to return our phone calls even before I filed a complaint on him?

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I learned a very hard and expensive lesson. Parsa's cosmetic dentistry, and crowns had to be redone, and i had to pay for it again. Parsa is not a quality dentist, left me in terrible pain, refused to give me back my money, refused to return my phone calls, his staff put my calls on hold indefinitely. You have a dispute with Parsa you are on your own. Don't be fouled by a fancy office, and a pretty web site.
Parsa is not a member of ADA, the GA Dental Society, or the AACD

I received the following letter from AACD.

The dentist you are referring to Mehrdod A. Parsa, DMD is not a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
The first step in resolving your situation is to make an appointment with the dentist to discuss your concerns. We find that the majority of such situations can be resolved in this way with greater understanding. If the results of such a meeting do not resolve your problem, the next step would be to contact the local dental society, which should have a peer review panel that can assist you. Your recourse beyond the local society would be the state dental licensing board, which is the government agency with authority over the profession. The vast majority of cases can be resolved, however, by the first two steps. Your local library can provide you with contact information for these organizations.

Cosmetic dentistry is not a recognized specialty by the ADA. Any dentist in the world can call themselves a cosmetic dentist. It is up to the consumer to do their homework to be sure that a dentist they are considering has taken continuing education in the field. We always encourage individuals who are seeking a cosmetic dentist through us to do several things;
AACD Recommendations When Seeking a Cosmetic Dentist-
In order to make sure your dentist is skilled in cosmetic dentistry, the AACD recommends that you ask for the following items before undergoing treatment. As is the case when undergoing any dental treatment, please consult with your dentist to find out which procedure is right for you.

Before and After Photos - Examine the dentist's treatment results on other patients to make sure his or her work fits your dental needs.

References - Get a sense from other patients as to what type of quality care the dentist provides.

Continuing Education - Be certain that your dentist has taken continuing education courses to keep him or her up-to-date with the latest techniques in clinical cosmetic dentistry.

I filed a complaint on him to the GA Board of Dentistry. I'm so disappointed by the findings of the GA board of Dentistry that the Board determined there was no violations of the Dental Practice Act and has voted to close my case. The Board did not receive evidence to support disciplinary action against Dr Parsa. I waited for more than 11 months for that decision.

Dr Parsa didn't give me my own dental records, he refused to give me my digital x rays, the 100 digital (before and after) photographs he took of me. He refused to give me my dental mold before he altered my natural bite, and he stone walled me every step of the way. It is the law in GA for any dentist to keep the patients records for 10 years. Dr Parsa's office told me my original dental mold had broken. Not true! (office manager is Parsa's sister)

I thought I did the right thing to file a complaint against Dr Parsa. Parsa has caused me utter, constant, unrelenting pain, and he has caused me financial distress by having to redo all dental work and pay thousands more I already paid him. I was truly desperate I could not imagine life with such intense horrible pain day after day, and I had no other choice but to go through the whole procedure again. I took it seriously that the GA Board of Dentistry would take my complaint seriously and help me, but obviously they didn't . It is a shame that I had to wait for more than 11 months to get that decision and waist all my the time.

After getting my response from the GA Board of Dentistry my husband and I went into his office to talk to Parsa. Parsa called the police on us. I have been a law abiding citizen all my life, but was treated like a criminal because I showed up in Parsa's office and asked Parsa to give me all my records that was rightfully my. Ask yourself is this a way to treat a patient? Is this the way you want to be treated? Further more ask what is he hiding? Why did he refuse to give me my records, why has he refused to return our phone calls even before I filed a complaint on him?

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