Chan Milton Dds

★★★★☆
  • 747 Locust St Ste 100

    Pasadena, CA 91101

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  • 626-449-5826

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Dr. Chan was recommended to me by family and friends. He is very professional and really knows how to care for my particular situation. He is professional and speaks in a way I can easily understand. His office staff and friendly and accommodating. I refer all my friends to Dr. Chan.

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Dr. Chan was recommended to me by family and friends. He is very professional and really knows how to care for my particular situation. He is professional and speaks in a way I can easily understand. His office staff and friendly and accommodating. I refer all my friends to Dr. Chan.

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I take my teen daughter to Dr. Chan for orthodontic care. Dr. Chan is very professional and clearly knows what he is doing. The x-ray technology he uses is impressive, and he is clear and upfront about what needs to be done and what the cost will be. His office is clean and the staff are friendly and professional. I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Chan if you are looking for orthodontic care. He is trustworthy.

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I take my teen daughter to Dr. Chan for orthodontic care. Dr. Chan is very professional and clearly knows what he is doing. The x-ray technology he uses is impressive, and he is clear and upfront about what needs to be done and what the cost will be. His office is clean and the staff are friendly and professional. I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Chan if you are looking for orthodontic care. He is trustworthy.

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The Doctor and the receptionists were terrible -- a bunch of very rude and nasty people. There is not a single warm bone (or moral fiber) in these people. They will definitely get an award for The worst Doctor and Receptionist in LA County. I would not recommend the doctor to anyone. Don't be fooled by other comments that were likely written by themselves. We are considering to complain to the medical board with our experience.

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The Doctor and the receptionists were terrible -- a bunch of very rude and nasty people. There is not a single warm bone (or moral fiber) in these people. They will definitely get an award for The worst Doctor and Receptionist in LA County. I would not recommend the doctor to anyone. Don't be fooled by other comments that were likely written by themselves. We are considering to complain to the medical board with our experience.

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He is currently my orthodontist. I have been seeing him for the past 10 years. I started off with head gear then to braces then finally to my retainer. I only see him once a year now since my teeth are not growing as much.

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He is currently my orthodontist. I have been seeing him for the past 10 years. I started off with head gear then to braces then finally to my retainer. I only see him once a year now since my teeth are not growing as much.

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Dr. Milton Chan was one of four orthodontists recommended to me by my general dentist in the summer of 2003. I had positive impressions of all four, but Dr. Chan was the one to whom I felt most comfortable coming as an adult. His clientele is primarily of conventional age, but the office does not have the trappings of a child-oriented environment: No multicolored beach umbrellas at the treatment chairs to celebrate summer, no Chuck-E-Cheese gift certificates for coming with one's teeth brushed, no brownie points for wearing one's retainer.

Among the before-and-after photographs of patient success stories in the waiting room at the old El Molino office (the new address is 747 Locust St # 100, a couple blocks away), there were several adult cases featured. I was not surprised, therefore, to find Dr. Chan very respectful of my intelligence in discussing my treatment. He was willing to talk with me at whatever level of technical detail I required. He gave me a firm price up front and estimated that I would be in braces for about eighteen months.

The active treatment really did last eighteen months, and it really did cost exactly what Dr. Chan said it would. In the course of my treatment, I discovered that Dr. Chan is as respectful of his child patients as he is of the adults. He does occasionally need to remind kids to wear their appliances. I have seen him do this with chair-side parent conferences in which he speaks frankly to children about their part in their own treatment and about the effects of their choices on the length of time until their braces come off. I also discovered that Dr. Chan has excellent rapport with his employees. When a number of employees will have their hands in your mouth with a potential to cause you pain, and another contingent will be handling substantial sums of your money, you really appreciate this atmosphere of trust. Moreover, Dr. Chan was very cooperative in working with my general dentist and endodontist to solve the more complicated facets of my case (two rather unstable front teeth with thirty-year-old crowns on them).

In the end I have been very happy--not only with my teeth, regularly praised even by my siblings (a tough crowd to please), but with the entire experience. I highly recommend this orthodontist for anyone, but especially for adult patients.

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★★★★★

Dr. Milton Chan was one of four orthodontists recommended to me by my general dentist in the summer of 2003. I had positive impressions of all four, but Dr. Chan was the one to whom I felt most comfortable coming as an adult. His clientele is primarily of conventional age, but the office does not have the trappings of a child-oriented environment: No multicolored beach umbrellas at the treatment chairs to celebrate summer, no Chuck-E-Cheese gift certificates for coming with one's teeth brushed, no brownie points for wearing one's retainer.

Among the before-and-after photographs of patient success stories in the waiting room at the old El Molino office (the new address is 747 Locust St # 100, a couple blocks away), there were several adult cases featured. I was not surprised, therefore, to find Dr. Chan very respectful of my intelligence in discussing my treatment. He was willing to talk with me at whatever level of technical detail I required. He gave me a firm price up front and estimated that I would be in braces for about eighteen months.

The active treatment really did last eighteen months, and it really did cost exactly what Dr. Chan said it would. In the course of my treatment, I discovered that Dr. Chan is as respectful of his child patients as he is of the adults. He does occasionally need to remind kids to wear their appliances. I have seen him do this with chair-side parent conferences in which he speaks frankly to children about their part in their own treatment and about the effects of their choices on the length of time until their braces come off. I also discovered that Dr. Chan has excellent rapport with his employees. When a number of employees will have their hands in your mouth with a potential to cause you pain, and another contingent will be handling substantial sums of your money, you really appreciate this atmosphere of trust. Moreover, Dr. Chan was very cooperative in working with my general dentist and endodontist to solve the more complicated facets of my case (two rather unstable front teeth with thirty-year-old crowns on them).

In the end I have been very happy--not only with my teeth, regularly praised even by my siblings (a tough crowd to please), but with the entire experience. I highly recommend this orthodontist for anyone, but especially for adult patients.

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My dentist recommended Dr. Chan to me when I needed a new retainer. It felt like deja vu going back to the orthodontist for the first time in years but the office staff was very nice and helpful. Though, busy, I have not had a difficult time scheduling appt's.

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My dentist recommended Dr. Chan to me when I needed a new retainer. It felt like deja vu going back to the orthodontist for the first time in years but the office staff was very nice and helpful. Though, busy, I have not had a difficult time scheduling appt's.

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