Campus Heights Dental Care

★★★★☆
  • 901 Campus Dr 304

    Daly City, CA 94015

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  • 650-756-1900

About Campus Heights Dental Care

Hours
Monday 8:30-5:30pm Tuesday 8:30-5:30pm Wednesday 8:30-5:30pm Thursday 8:30-5:30 Friday 8:30-5:30 Saturday 8:30-4:00pm

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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Friendly, efficient and encouraging. Office of clean and bright. Good a dental experience as you can get.

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★★★★★

Friendly, efficient and encouraging. Office of clean and bright. Good a dental experience as you can get.

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I WOULD GIVE IT "ZERO" STARS IF IT WOULD BE POSSIBLE.
RECEPTIONIST MARNIE SHOULD NOT WORK AT CUSTOMER SERVICE CAUSE SHE IS JUST NOT FRIENDLY AT ALL AS A MATTER OF FACT SHE MAKES U FEEL LIKE U WORK FOR HER AND U R BOUND TO FOLLOW HER

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I WOULD GIVE IT "ZERO" STARS IF IT WOULD BE POSSIBLE.
RECEPTIONIST MARNIE SHOULD NOT WORK AT CUSTOMER SERVICE CAUSE SHE IS JUST NOT FRIENDLY AT ALL AS A MATTER OF FACT SHE MAKES U FEEL LIKE U WORK FOR HER AND U R BOUND TO FOLLOW HER

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Too bad, but this office is so survival-oriented that its primary interest is in their financial survival, not the patients' welfare. \r
Frequent turnover of dentists (they don't seem to be happy here either). \r
One dentist saw me for

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★★★★★

Too bad, but this office is so survival-oriented that its primary interest is in their financial survival, not the patients' welfare. \r
Frequent turnover of dentists (they don't seem to be happy here either). \r
One dentist saw me for

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Helpful, courteous reception staff. Cheerful, knowledgeable, capable and caring dentists. I recommended this dentist to my brother (a physician) and he is also pleased with the service.
Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

Helpful, courteous reception staff. Cheerful, knowledgeable, capable and caring dentists. I recommended this dentist to my brother (a physician) and he is also pleased with the service.
Highly recommended.

Pros: Go above and beyond the call of duty...

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STAY AWAY!! I went there once and had a crown done. It's been over a year and a half and they still can't get the bill paid by insurance. Business Manager pushy. Staff rude -- Talking about personal matters for all to hear, don't introduce themselves and tell you what they are doing. They do not provide written estimates of work to be done. My son had a cleaning which took all of two minutes. We will never go back again and recommend you STAY AWAY.

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STAY AWAY!! I went there once and had a crown done. It's been over a year and a half and they still can't get the bill paid by insurance. Business Manager pushy. Staff rude -- Talking about personal matters for all to hear, don't introduce themselves and tell you what they are doing. They do not provide written estimates of work to be done. My son had a cleaning which took all of two minutes. We will never go back again and recommend you STAY AWAY.

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I went to Campus Heights Dental in need of a cleaning, some x-rays & a mouth guard because I'm a teeth grinder when I sleep. I don't have insurance and not only was the staff above and beyond in being kind and accommodating to me, but they set-up a very reasonable payment plan to help me get the work I needed done plus the night guard. The office was clean, the equipment current and up-to-date (which is important to me) and the staff and doctors very professional and nice. I felt I was in very capable hands and I highly recommend to anyone looking for a comfortable dental experience to visit Campus Heights Dental.

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I went to Campus Heights Dental in need of a cleaning, some x-rays & a mouth guard because I'm a teeth grinder when I sleep. I don't have insurance and not only was the staff above and beyond in being kind and accommodating to me, but they set-up a very reasonable payment plan to help me get the work I needed done plus the night guard. The office was clean, the equipment current and up-to-date (which is important to me) and the staff and doctors very professional and nice. I felt I was in very capable hands and I highly recommend to anyone looking for a comfortable dental experience to visit Campus Heights Dental.

Pros: Professional, friendly, clean, easy parking...

Cons: Too far from Oakland.

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What a great friendly practice. I'm from North Carolina and my son had an accident while visiting San Francisco. He fell and chipped his tooth. This office took him in right away, made us feel right at home. The office manager went above and beyond to assist me with our insurance claim. They even followed up with our local dentist back in NC . I highly recommend them. Thanks for being so caring. Five Stars isn't nearly enough!

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★★★★★

What a great friendly practice. I'm from North Carolina and my son had an accident while visiting San Francisco. He fell and chipped his tooth. This office took him in right away, made us feel right at home. The office manager went above and beyond to assist me with our insurance claim. They even followed up with our local dentist back in NC . I highly recommend them. Thanks for being so caring. Five Stars isn't nearly enough!

Pros: Thumbs Up

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My visit began with a clip board of form, fairly standard, right? Not when they want name, social security number, drivers license number and credit card number. Only name and social are required to check benefits from the insurance provider. This I gave but that?s all.

I had scheduled a routine check and cleaning. That?s all. A young man lead me into a small room and began to apply a lead apron. I asked if he thought I was getting an x-ray as I was only there for a routine check and clean. He said that would be no problem and I did not have to have an x-ray though it was recommended.

Then we moved to another room. A woman came in and said that an x-ray was required for new patients. X-rays are cumulative and I did not wish to have one for no reason. She said I could have cavities below the gum and if they did not take the x-ray I could s_e (the u is omitted to allow the review) later. I replied that I would sign a waiver to absolve them from any dental issues that could only be discovered by x-ray and not routine cleaning. She then said that I had to have an x-ray because I had not been to the dentist for a while and would require ?debridement? (*see definition below) of my teeth. I used to work in an oral surgery center and I know that this is a DIAGNOSIS that would result from having a check which I had not had. Again, I told her I was only there for a cleaning and check up. She said it was simply a company policy that I had to have an x-ray because I was a new patient. This is the third excuse. I inquired as to why no one had said that before and she became very rude and said no other patient had ever questioned their procedures before. I don?t care. If there is no reason to have this done, I will not. She then asked me to leave. No problem!!

* debridement :to remove unhealthy tissue, the surgical removal or lacerated, devitalized, or contaminated tissue - Webster?s Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary- copyright 1976

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My visit began with a clip board of form, fairly standard, right? Not when they want name, social security number, drivers license number and credit card number. Only name and social are required to check benefits from the insurance provider. This I gave but that?s all.

I had scheduled a routine check and cleaning. That?s all. A young man lead me into a small room and began to apply a lead apron. I asked if he thought I was getting an x-ray as I was only there for a routine check and clean. He said that would be no problem and I did not have to have an x-ray though it was recommended.

Then we moved to another room. A woman came in and said that an x-ray was required for new patients. X-rays are cumulative and I did not wish to have one for no reason. She said I could have cavities below the gum and if they did not take the x-ray I could s_e (the u is omitted to allow the review) later. I replied that I would sign a waiver to absolve them from any dental issues that could only be discovered by x-ray and not routine cleaning. She then said that I had to have an x-ray because I had not been to the dentist for a while and would require ?debridement? (*see definition below) of my teeth. I used to work in an oral surgery center and I know that this is a DIAGNOSIS that would result from having a check which I had not had. Again, I told her I was only there for a cleaning and check up. She said it was simply a company policy that I had to have an x-ray because I was a new patient. This is the third excuse. I inquired as to why no one had said that before and she became very rude and said no other patient had ever questioned their procedures before. I don?t care. If there is no reason to have this done, I will not. She then asked me to leave. No problem!!

* debridement :to remove unhealthy tissue, the surgical removal or lacerated, devitalized, or contaminated tissue - Webster?s Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary- copyright 1976

Pros: no other people waiting

Cons: everything else

 

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