Daniel J. Bley, DDS

★★★☆☆

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Avoid this clinic. After a routine replacement of an old filling on a lower molar, the molar directly above it started aching. He and his specialist both told me this upper molar needed to be replaced with an implant. I took my boss' advice and drove all the way to Connecticut for a second opinion from his dentist, Dr. Feldberg, who came in on his day off, to see me as a favor to his old buddy, my boss. Turns out, I didn't need all this work -- it was simply that Dr.Bley left the new filling on my lower molar "high", resulting in the irritation of nerves of the upper molar. Dr. Feldberg fixed it by simply re-adjusting my bite. It took 2 minutes and the pain immediately disappeared. He also looked at the x-ray, did a couple of other checks and said there was no obvious crack and no reason to replace this tooth with an implant. Dr. Feldberg has no ulterior motive for this dramatically different diagnosis: he's semi-retired, didn't charge me for anything and isn't looking for new patients....he was simply horrified by Dr. Bley.

Dr. Bley told me the cost for that one implant would run at least $8000 ($2500 just to extract the upper molar!) and that it would take 6 months total...IF it's successful the first time around.

Before going in for extensive, expensive oral surgery, always get a second opinion. My doing so saved me from unnecessary oral surgery, 6 months of recovery and AT LEAST $8,000.

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Avoid this clinic. After a routine replacement of an old filling on a lower molar, the molar directly above it started aching. He and his specialist both told me this upper molar needed to be replaced with an implant. I took my boss' advice and drove all the way to Connecticut for a second opinion from his dentist, Dr. Feldberg, who came in on his day off, to see me as a favor to his old buddy, my boss. Turns out, I didn't need all this work -- it was simply that Dr.Bley left the new filling on my lower molar "high", resulting in the irritation of nerves of the upper molar. Dr. Feldberg fixed it by simply re-adjusting my bite. It took 2 minutes and the pain immediately disappeared. He also looked at the x-ray, did a couple of other checks and said there was no obvious crack and no reason to replace this tooth with an implant. Dr. Feldberg has no ulterior motive for this dramatically different diagnosis: he's semi-retired, didn't charge me for anything and isn't looking for new patients....he was simply horrified by Dr. Bley.

Dr. Bley told me the cost for that one implant would run at least $8000 ($2500 just to extract the upper molar!) and that it would take 6 months total...IF it's successful the first time around.

Before going in for extensive, expensive oral surgery, always get a second opinion. My doing so saved me from unnecessary oral surgery, 6 months of recovery and AT LEAST $8,000.

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My husband goes here and has been going here for a few years now. He has had some problems with bridges and crowns and Dr. Levine seems to be able to fix him up every time. The office has also recently been renovated, which makes the whole experience of going to the dentist better. The hygiensts are also pretty nice and undestanding that sometimes men are big babies!

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My husband goes here and has been going here for a few years now. He has had some problems with bridges and crowns and Dr. Levine seems to be able to fix him up every time. The office has also recently been renovated, which makes the whole experience of going to the dentist better. The hygiensts are also pretty nice and undestanding that sometimes men are big babies!

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