Tribeca Dental Club

★★★★☆
  • 123 Chambers Street

    New York, NY 10007

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  • 347-815-1737

About Tribeca Dental Club

Categories
  • Dentists
  • Periodontics
Details
  • Tooth Veneers
  • Tooth Whitening
  • X-Rays
Hours
M 9:30am-6pm, Tu 10am-7pm, W 12pm-8pm, Th 9:30am-6pm, F 8am-5pm, Sa 10am-3pm, Su Closed
Emails
  • info@tribecadentalclub.com
Products
  • Veneers
  • Family Dentistry
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Dental Implants
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Periodontal Disease
  • Invisalign
  • Sedation
Specialties
  • Cosmetic Dentist
  • Periodontist

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The cost of their dental work is ridiculous!!! Their service is standard and does not deserve any stars. The dentist is bad at explaining the procedures and overall...I'd say don't go there..You'll pay a lot of money for crap!!

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★☆☆☆☆

The cost of their dental work is ridiculous!!! Their service is standard and does not deserve any stars. The dentist is bad at explaining the procedures and overall...I'd say don't go there..You'll pay a lot of money for crap!!

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This place is TERRIBLE! Please beware that they do not know what they are doing. Another dentist saw the work they did on my teeth and reported them.

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This place is TERRIBLE! Please beware that they do not know what they are doing. Another dentist saw the work they did on my teeth and reported them.

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I feel bad for people who don't understand how their insurance works. I've been to this practice and they fully explained how my insurance works and what my responsibility would be. I have also received statements from my insurance company stating that I have a co-pay and what it would be. I have never been overcharged by Tribeca Dental Clinique and it's sad that such a place has gotten a bad review. I think that the staff and dentists here are the friendliest and most informative. And besides, this review below does not say anything about the how good the service is. And also wouldn't the insurance company intervene if a practice was doing something unlawful? I would think so.

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★★★★★

I feel bad for people who don't understand how their insurance works. I've been to this practice and they fully explained how my insurance works and what my responsibility would be. I have also received statements from my insurance company stating that I have a co-pay and what it would be. I have never been overcharged by Tribeca Dental Clinique and it's sad that such a place has gotten a bad review. I think that the staff and dentists here are the friendliest and most informative. And besides, this review below does not say anything about the how good the service is. And also wouldn't the insurance company intervene if a practice was doing something unlawful? I would think so.

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Certainly not patients. This place is the biggest scam I have ever come across. I have dental coverage that covers 100%. They get me in the chair and only because I asked I was told that there was a $92.00 co-pay for each filling, they were about to do three in one visit. Not only that, three visits later and they still had not fixed the problem that I first came there for. STAY FAR AWAY. I am contacting my Insurance company to put them on notice.

4
★★★★☆

Certainly not patients. This place is the biggest scam I have ever come across. I have dental coverage that covers 100%. They get me in the chair and only because I asked I was told that there was a $92.00 co-pay for each filling, they were about to do three in one visit. Not only that, three visits later and they still had not fixed the problem that I first came there for. STAY FAR AWAY. I am contacting my Insurance company to put them on notice.

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Coming from Dallas, Texas, where everything, down to the doctors' and dentists' offices drip with luxury, I am a quite the skeptic when I hear "so and so" is great and so is their office. Before I made my appoint with Tribeca Dental, I have been in offices donned with neon orange plastic 70's chairs or simply in offices that are in serious need of a makeover from one of those HGTV remolding shows. Yet with Azar's sophisticated, European style, I felt at home immediately. I actually took some notes on her paint colors for my future living room. I admit I still feared the unknown, but once I met her staff I felt at ease. All the "perks" that have been mentioned in the other reviews, are quite true and I've been on cloud 9 since my thirty minute free massage. Azar is indeed quite a treat herself and I am always weary of general/cosmetic dentists, but she seems to be the most polite and straight forward one I've met thus far. The receptionist ran through my insurance and told me up front what I may or may not owe at some point. I found the information helpful and it will allow me to build a budget if I ever get a cavity or invasilgn braces! I look forward to my follow up appointment in six months. If you hate going to the dentist like most people, switch now! Azar will help change that mindset and possibly prevent your next cavity or root canal, since she puts fun into preventive care.

5
★★★★★

Coming from Dallas, Texas, where everything, down to the doctors' and dentists' offices drip with luxury, I am a quite the skeptic when I hear "so and so" is great and so is their office. Before I made my appoint with Tribeca Dental, I have been in offices donned with neon orange plastic 70's chairs or simply in offices that are in serious need of a makeover from one of those HGTV remolding shows. Yet with Azar's sophisticated, European style, I felt at home immediately. I actually took some notes on her paint colors for my future living room. I admit I still feared the unknown, but once I met her staff I felt at ease. All the "perks" that have been mentioned in the other reviews, are quite true and I've been on cloud 9 since my thirty minute free massage. Azar is indeed quite a treat herself and I am always weary of general/cosmetic dentists, but she seems to be the most polite and straight forward one I've met thus far. The receptionist ran through my insurance and told me up front what I may or may not owe at some point. I found the information helpful and it will allow me to build a budget if I ever get a cavity or invasilgn braces! I look forward to my follow up appointment in six months. If you hate going to the dentist like most people, switch now! Azar will help change that mindset and possibly prevent your next cavity or root canal, since she puts fun into preventive care.

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I am not usually one to write reviews but I thought that I should share this useful information with anyone who has had painful experiences of going to the dentist. When I first walked into the office I definitely felt the relaxing environment and spa-like feel. The receptionist greeted me, asked if she could take my coat and if I wanted anything to drink. There was a small menu placed on each of the two tables in the waiting room. FORGET STARBUCKS, Tribeca Dental Clinique offers a variety of refreshments while you wait for your treatment! After I filled out the paperwork the receptionist went over the details of my insurance and informed me that my first visit would be covered and that if I were to need further treatments she would go over that with me as well. My first visit consisted of x-rays, cleaning and a thorough examination of my teeth. Just when I thought it couldn't get any better than this I was informed by the doctor's assistant that with my first visit I could have a half hour full body massage. I said, "Hey, why not?" I was then taken downstairs to a small room with a bed. They turned on the soothing music and placed a blanket on me. After a half hour they came downstairs, gave me my jacket and scheduled my next appointment. I don't think I could ever go to another dental office again.

5
★★★★★

I am not usually one to write reviews but I thought that I should share this useful information with anyone who has had painful experiences of going to the dentist. When I first walked into the office I definitely felt the relaxing environment and spa-like feel. The receptionist greeted me, asked if she could take my coat and if I wanted anything to drink. There was a small menu placed on each of the two tables in the waiting room. FORGET STARBUCKS, Tribeca Dental Clinique offers a variety of refreshments while you wait for your treatment! After I filled out the paperwork the receptionist went over the details of my insurance and informed me that my first visit would be covered and that if I were to need further treatments she would go over that with me as well. My first visit consisted of x-rays, cleaning and a thorough examination of my teeth. Just when I thought it couldn't get any better than this I was informed by the doctor's assistant that with my first visit I could have a half hour full body massage. I said, "Hey, why not?" I was then taken downstairs to a small room with a bed. They turned on the soothing music and placed a blanket on me. After a half hour they came downstairs, gave me my jacket and scheduled my next appointment. I don't think I could ever go to another dental office again.

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I love going to the dentist and I love going to Azar's office. The treatment was like a spa visit. The only reason why they did not get the 5th star was because I would have enjoyed having my teeth polished and the office wasn't very clear about what my visit would cost during our follow up conversations.

I walked in to make my appointment and prior to making my appointment had an occasion to speak to Azar - the dentist. We chatted for about an hour about her theories on dentistry and oral health over tea. Since I was thoroughly impressed by how knowledgeable and how competent she seems I made my appointment for my annual cleaning.

Before I left I asked the soft spoken, yet firm receptionist if the office would take my insurance and what I would need to bring the day of my appointment. I was told that all I had to do was provide the receptionist with my insurance information and be on time the day of the appointment.

The days before my appointment the receptionist who attended to my health insurance issues telephoned several times. It was never a bother but always pleasantly direct conversation. Finally the receptionist called to confirm my visit and that my visit would be covered.

The day of my appointment . . .I walk to the office after a particularly stressful day in court. I walk in, approach the counter - still edgy from arguing all day with opponents- and announce I'm here for my 5:30. The receptionist looked at me and asked if I would like something to drink wherein she showed my a drink menu with several teas and coffee drinks. As if on cue, the dental hygienist came and took my coat and briefcase. At that moment, all of the tension drained out of my shoulders, I could smell the fresh pine cone/ nutmeg scent in the air - my ears became my more sensitive to the trendy European music playing. I requested the green tea. I sat down with my clip board to fill out my new patient information on a plush chair and took one of the nearby blankets to cover my legs. (yes, I am still at the dentist office).

Shortly after I finished my tea, the receptionist called me to the back to discuss what my insurance would cover - 80% blah, 50% blah, blah, blah.

I took X-rays. I saw them on the computer screen attached to my chair. Azar and I chatted for a while. Azar - the dentist herself- preformed my cleaning. She scraped for about 15 minutes. I was hoping for a whirly polish for my front teeth - Azar said we're all finished, I'd like for you to see the periodontist - he's here today.

Back in the lobby I waited for the Periodontist in the plush chair with my legs covered - the receptionist told me the periodontists consultation would not be covered by my insurance. I waited another twenty minutes saw the periodontist. The dental hygienist brought my coat and bag.

I walk to the front desk - the receptionist says for today your visit will be ( a couple of hundred dollars) Here is an excerpt from the conversation that followed :

Me: huh? I thought my insurance was going to cover the visit (stage action -lift pocket book on to counter and rummage for the checkbook I left home then pull out small ID case that only had court ID, drivers license and $20)
duh - um can you send the bill to me?

Receptionist: No, no you must pay (your co-pay and periodontist consultation) at the time services are rendered. (polite smile; slightly tilt head)

Me: I don't think I have it (now frantically begin riffling though papers in brief case)

Receptionist: We can take visa, mastercard or american express.(polite smile - no head tilt this time.)

Me: (leave brief case on the floor - return to large pocketbook- find and open small sequined evening bag remove several of my own business cards, cards of others, tube of MAC lip glass, and 1 visa credit card) Thank God - I have a credit card.

I would go back in again but I would ask more questions about what's covered and not covered.

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★★★★☆

I love going to the dentist and I love going to Azar's office. The treatment was like a spa visit. The only reason why they did not get the 5th star was because I would have enjoyed having my teeth polished and the office wasn't very clear about what my visit would cost during our follow up conversations.

I walked in to make my appointment and prior to making my appointment had an occasion to speak to Azar - the dentist. We chatted for about an hour about her theories on dentistry and oral health over tea. Since I was thoroughly impressed by how knowledgeable and how competent she seems I made my appointment for my annual cleaning.

Before I left I asked the soft spoken, yet firm receptionist if the office would take my insurance and what I would need to bring the day of my appointment. I was told that all I had to do was provide the receptionist with my insurance information and be on time the day of the appointment.

The days before my appointment the receptionist who attended to my health insurance issues telephoned several times. It was never a bother but always pleasantly direct conversation. Finally the receptionist called to confirm my visit and that my visit would be covered.

The day of my appointment . . .I walk to the office after a particularly stressful day in court. I walk in, approach the counter - still edgy from arguing all day with opponents- and announce I'm here for my 5:30. The receptionist looked at me and asked if I would like something to drink wherein she showed my a drink menu with several teas and coffee drinks. As if on cue, the dental hygienist came and took my coat and briefcase. At that moment, all of the tension drained out of my shoulders, I could smell the fresh pine cone/ nutmeg scent in the air - my ears became my more sensitive to the trendy European music playing. I requested the green tea. I sat down with my clip board to fill out my new patient information on a plush chair and took one of the nearby blankets to cover my legs. (yes, I am still at the dentist office).

Shortly after I finished my tea, the receptionist called me to the back to discuss what my insurance would cover - 80% blah, 50% blah, blah, blah.

I took X-rays. I saw them on the computer screen attached to my chair. Azar and I chatted for a while. Azar - the dentist herself- preformed my cleaning. She scraped for about 15 minutes. I was hoping for a whirly polish for my front teeth - Azar said we're all finished, I'd like for you to see the periodontist - he's here today.

Back in the lobby I waited for the Periodontist in the plush chair with my legs covered - the receptionist told me the periodontists consultation would not be covered by my insurance. I waited another twenty minutes saw the periodontist. The dental hygienist brought my coat and bag.

I walk to the front desk - the receptionist says for today your visit will be ( a couple of hundred dollars) Here is an excerpt from the conversation that followed :

Me: huh? I thought my insurance was going to cover the visit (stage action -lift pocket book on to counter and rummage for the checkbook I left home then pull out small ID case that only had court ID, drivers license and $20)
duh - um can you send the bill to me?

Receptionist: No, no you must pay (your co-pay and periodontist consultation) at the time services are rendered. (polite smile; slightly tilt head)

Me: I don't think I have it (now frantically begin riffling though papers in brief case)

Receptionist: We can take visa, mastercard or american express.(polite smile - no head tilt this time.)

Me: (leave brief case on the floor - return to large pocketbook- find and open small sequined evening bag remove several of my own business cards, cards of others, tube of MAC lip glass, and 1 visa credit card) Thank God - I have a credit card.

I would go back in again but I would ask more questions about what's covered and not covered.

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Message from Tribeca Dental Club

Dr. Azar Boujaran is a cosmetic dentist at a Tribeca Dental Club, a top-ranked dental practice providing skilled, compassionate care for patients in the TriBeCa area of New York, NY. Conveniently located on Chambers Street, Tribeca Dental Club is a leading and trusted provider of family dentistry, restorative dentistry and pediatric dentistry treatments, including routine checkups, veneers, dental implants, periodontal disease treatment and the popular Invisalign orthodontic treatment system. Plus, Tribeca Dental Club offers conscious sedation (also known as “sleep dentistry”) to help patients remain comfortable and relaxed during more complex procedures.

Dr. Boujaran has five years of training and fifteen years of experience in cosmetic dentistry. You can see some of her work in the Photo Gallery. She is focused on the needs of the individual patient and strives to provide a comfortable setting where patients can feel relaxed and confident about their treatment. The practice uses the most modern equipment for better diagnosis and care, including digital x-ray technology and intraoral cameras. Soothing music, DVD players, and a compassionate approach provide a calming experience for even the most anxious patients.

Tribeca Dental Club welcomes new patients from Tribeca and throughout New York City, and the practice accepts most major dental insurance plans.

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