Suh, Peter, Dds - Pediatric Dentistry

★★★★★
  • 1346 Foothill Blvd Ste 305

    La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011

    Map & Directions
  • 818-790-5959

About Suh, Peter, Dds - Pediatric Dentistry

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
More choices in La Canada Flintridge:
Resultset_next

Serxner, Keith, Dds - Dentistry For Children

747 Foothill Blvd 2 La Canada Flintridge, CA

Resultset_next

Harry T. Albert, DDS

1346 Foothill Boulevard Suite 304 La Canada Flintridge, CA

4.5 4
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Suh, Peter, Dds - Pediatric Dentistry was?
Write a Review
.

"My daughter was afraid of dentist. My friend suggested to go Dr. Suh's office. After she played in the play area my daughter met Dr. Suh. She felt comfortable with him and his friendly staffs. He made it very simple and easy first visit

3
★★★★★

"My daughter was afraid of dentist. My friend suggested to go Dr. Suh's office. After she played in the play area my daughter met Dr. Suh. She felt comfortable with him and his friendly staffs. He made it very simple and easy first visit

.

Dr Peter and his staff rushed a procedure for my child informing me that it is covered by the insurance and I am only responsible for a small portion of the fees. They later billed me for several hundreds dollars. Doctor Peter stands by

3
★★★★★

Dr Peter and his staff rushed a procedure for my child informing me that it is covered by the insurance and I am only responsible for a small portion of the fees. They later billed me for several hundreds dollars. Doctor Peter stands by

.

My daughter was afraid of dentist. My friend suggested to go Dr. Suh's office. After she played in the play area my daughter met Dr. Suh. She felt comfortable with him and his friendly staffs. He made it very simple and easy first visit for us. I liked the most is that he seemed to be gentle and very patient with both of us, anxious and nervous. She got awards (a nice tooth brush, a cute floss set, stickers) for being a excellent patient on the way out. Now she is looking forward to next 6 month check up.

5
★★★★★

My daughter was afraid of dentist. My friend suggested to go Dr. Suh's office. After she played in the play area my daughter met Dr. Suh. She felt comfortable with him and his friendly staffs. He made it very simple and easy first visit for us. I liked the most is that he seemed to be gentle and very patient with both of us, anxious and nervous. She got awards (a nice tooth brush, a cute floss set, stickers) for being a excellent patient on the way out. Now she is looking forward to next 6 month check up.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

Our first visit, he only addressed my husband, even though I was the one asking questions. Thought that was odd but wrote it off to personality. I took my then 2-year-old son to "Dr" Suh because I thought I saw what could be cavities and he was in-network with my insurance. Suh said let's watch it closely.

For a year (my son's 3 now) we saw Suh every 3 months. At our last visit, he said he saw SIX cavities and we shouldn't wait any more. He wanted to fill the cavities and my son would need oral sedation. He charged us $100 fee because they were going to block time off to watch him closely after my son was given his oral cocktail. We showed up at 9am and my son was given his medicine to drink. The doctor didn't come back to see him (because he was seeing another patient during the time he was supposed to have blocked off for us) until 10:30. By that time the drugs were wearing off and my son was very cranky (early morning wake-up to make it to office on time, and no breakfast for sedation). He was having none of it. We got out of the office around 11:30 with nothing but a botched sedation to show for it. "Dr" Suh suggested that we need to move to the next step and try and IV sedation and put my son to sleep next time. My husband (an M.D.) had concerns that Suh and his staff didn't seem to have the situation under control, and I was wary about putting our son under general anesthesia, so we decided to try someone else and get a second opinion.

I was absolutely appalled when our new pediatric dentist informed us that she saw no cavities that needed treatment (She saw stains and spots that needed watching, but NO cavities). When I think about the year of stressing out, of thinking my son had SIX cavities how close we were to putting him under general anesthesia to drill SIX teeth for NO reason. Needless to say, I'm furious.

1
★☆☆☆☆

Our first visit, he only addressed my husband, even though I was the one asking questions. Thought that was odd but wrote it off to personality. I took my then 2-year-old son to "Dr" Suh because I thought I saw what could be cavities and he was in-network with my insurance. Suh said let's watch it closely.

For a year (my son's 3 now) we saw Suh every 3 months. At our last visit, he said he saw SIX cavities and we shouldn't wait any more. He wanted to fill the cavities and my son would need oral sedation. He charged us $100 fee because they were going to block time off to watch him closely after my son was given his oral cocktail. We showed up at 9am and my son was given his medicine to drink. The doctor didn't come back to see him (because he was seeing another patient during the time he was supposed to have blocked off for us) until 10:30. By that time the drugs were wearing off and my son was very cranky (early morning wake-up to make it to office on time, and no breakfast for sedation). He was having none of it. We got out of the office around 11:30 with nothing but a botched sedation to show for it. "Dr" Suh suggested that we need to move to the next step and try and IV sedation and put my son to sleep next time. My husband (an M.D.) had concerns that Suh and his staff didn't seem to have the situation under control, and I was wary about putting our son under general anesthesia, so we decided to try someone else and get a second opinion.

I was absolutely appalled when our new pediatric dentist informed us that she saw no cavities that needed treatment (She saw stains and spots that needed watching, but NO cavities). When I think about the year of stressing out, of thinking my son had SIX cavities how close we were to putting him under general anesthesia to drill SIX teeth for NO reason. Needless to say, I'm furious.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Suh, Peter, Dds - Pediatric Dentistry, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review