Imad N. Sabbagh, DDS

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  • 366 North Main Street Suite 200

    Alpharetta, GA 30009

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  • 770-475-6136

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Do not trust this man with anything! Including routine dental care! He is a complete scam artist. The only thing he cares about is $$$, and shows it by even taking you in his office to talk about it. There are truly honest dentist out there that do good work, he's not one of them!

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Do not trust this man with anything! Including routine dental care! He is a complete scam artist. The only thing he cares about is $$$, and shows it by even taking you in his office to talk about it. There are truly honest dentist out there that do good work, he's not one of them!

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This so called doctor is a real rip OFF...PLEASE LISTEN AND DON'T GET BURN LIKE I DID! I went to see this guy about 3 years ago for a crown. He did do it and my out of pocket was over $350. Ok...let's fast forward now to late last year 2010. The same crown he did broke into many pieces one morning, I freaked out and called to find out how do I go about solving this problem. After all, I am now missing a tooth. I called and they told me come in as soon as I can. I went in and this where it got interesting. He came in, and look at the tooth. I am expecting and I was about 4 months into my pregnancy. I asked him how much will it cost to get it done. He said the following:1. since I am pregnant, I will have to get a temporary crown put in first 2. after the pregnancy, come back so that he can put the permanent crown on; 3. his reasoning was because I am pregnant he does not want to put me under because "that will affect the baby". Ok..I was somewhat puzzled. I did not see why I had to go under because he just need to do a crown prep/impression and place a new one one. Here is the real kicker though; the temporary will call cost me $384 (approximately) and the permanent one will cost about $984. Cigna will not pay for another crown for the same tooth unless it is after either 5 yrs, 8yrs or 10yrs...it does vary depending on your ins co. So, Cigna will not pay for the same crown given that they paid for it already and it is less than 3years. So that money will have to come out of my pocket. I have a friend who's a dentist, I told her about the situation and she told me that he was trying to rip me off.. and putting a new crown on has nothing to do with the fact that I am pregnant. I wanted to get another opinion, so I decided to call my OBGYN, she said that pregnant women do get work done all the time and the fact that I am pregnant is more of a reason to keep a healthy dental hyg...etc...so I came to realized that ok he was lying. I called the next day to see if I can talk to him and maybe he can pro-rate my crown and since he was the one who did a crappy job from the get go. He told that he cannot do much and I'll have to pay the price. This man did not want to help at all; afterall, I was expecting him to do the work for free...I was hoping he'd take a couple hundreds off. I just paid the guy for same tooth already. So instead of paying almost another $1300, I took my money elsewhere. I got it done by another doctor who will guarantee his work for 5yrs. The crown that Dr. Sabbagh put in was not thick enough and that's why it broke so quickly. Usually, crowns do not break so fast unless they are poorly made and this one was. So, do your research and DO NOT GO THERE. I WOULD NOT SIT HERE TYPING ALL THIS FOR NO REASON. PATIENTS BEWARE OF THE CROOK!

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This so called doctor is a real rip OFF...PLEASE LISTEN AND DON'T GET BURN LIKE I DID! I went to see this guy about 3 years ago for a crown. He did do it and my out of pocket was over $350. Ok...let's fast forward now to late last year 2010. The same crown he did broke into many pieces one morning, I freaked out and called to find out how do I go about solving this problem. After all, I am now missing a tooth. I called and they told me come in as soon as I can. I went in and this where it got interesting. He came in, and look at the tooth. I am expecting and I was about 4 months into my pregnancy. I asked him how much will it cost to get it done. He said the following:1. since I am pregnant, I will have to get a temporary crown put in first 2. after the pregnancy, come back so that he can put the permanent crown on; 3. his reasoning was because I am pregnant he does not want to put me under because "that will affect the baby". Ok..I was somewhat puzzled. I did not see why I had to go under because he just need to do a crown prep/impression and place a new one one. Here is the real kicker though; the temporary will call cost me $384 (approximately) and the permanent one will cost about $984. Cigna will not pay for another crown for the same tooth unless it is after either 5 yrs, 8yrs or 10yrs...it does vary depending on your ins co. So, Cigna will not pay for the same crown given that they paid for it already and it is less than 3years. So that money will have to come out of my pocket. I have a friend who's a dentist, I told her about the situation and she told me that he was trying to rip me off.. and putting a new crown on has nothing to do with the fact that I am pregnant. I wanted to get another opinion, so I decided to call my OBGYN, she said that pregnant women do get work done all the time and the fact that I am pregnant is more of a reason to keep a healthy dental hyg...etc...so I came to realized that ok he was lying. I called the next day to see if I can talk to him and maybe he can pro-rate my crown and since he was the one who did a crappy job from the get go. He told that he cannot do much and I'll have to pay the price. This man did not want to help at all; afterall, I was expecting him to do the work for free...I was hoping he'd take a couple hundreds off. I just paid the guy for same tooth already. So instead of paying almost another $1300, I took my money elsewhere. I got it done by another doctor who will guarantee his work for 5yrs. The crown that Dr. Sabbagh put in was not thick enough and that's why it broke so quickly. Usually, crowns do not break so fast unless they are poorly made and this one was. So, do your research and DO NOT GO THERE. I WOULD NOT SIT HERE TYPING ALL THIS FOR NO REASON. PATIENTS BEWARE OF THE CROOK!

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A bunch of crooks - I didn't even need the stupid procedure that was done on me! They billed me with unknown codes which insurance refused to pay! I would NEVER recommend anyone to go there.

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A bunch of crooks - I didn't even need the stupid procedure that was done on me! They billed me with unknown codes which insurance refused to pay! I would NEVER recommend anyone to go there.

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