I had my wisdom teeth removed yesterday and the staff was great and very clean. I have almost and 2 hour drive to get there my husband has to go in October. I will definitely bring my kid here. And they call to check on you later on afterwards to see how you are doing. I highly recommend them!
My son Jack had his wisdom teeth removed last week. The office was clean and organized. The staff answered all of our questions and helped alleviate any of my sons worries. The experience went smooth from start to finish and the post op instructions were easy to follow for a flawless recovery. Thank you Dr. Yanich and staff! We will be returning in the future with our other kids.
My daughter had 4 wisdom teeth removed. We loved Dr Yannich and all of the staff. They we're friendly and helpful. The entire process felt extremely organized and simple.
The staff was awesome . I like how they call to check on you after surgery. And the doctor came to talk to me after my daughter was done.
Thanks for the wonderful care you took of my husband! Very professional staff and very kind nurses and doctors
Dr Yanich removed my sons impacted wisdom teeth and the process was smooth from start to finish. The dr and staff are so friendly and answered all my questions and concerns. Everyone in the office is very professional. He removed my daughters wisdom teeth three years ago, and that also went well. I highly recommend Dr. Yanich!
Dr Yanich and his staff are amazing! We have a very long drive go get there( over 2 hours) and they never seen to run out of patience!! Thank you!!!
BEWARE - DO NOT USE. A week before my appointment they moved my time up almost two hours against my wishes. I told them I could try to make it at 12:30 rather than the 2:15 I originally had scheduled.
I had to leave class an hour early to accommodate their inability to honor and hold an appointment, but then when an accident along the highway happened an hour and a half into my two-hour commute, the secretary said they would only give me a 10 minute window to be late and still get to see the doctor for a five minute consultation for a painful extraction that needs done.
So thanks to this UNPROFESSIONAL practice, I wasted three hours of drive time, 7 gallons of fuel, and lost points on my roll call grade BGSU.
My general dentist is wonderful and I will be informing her of how little compassion Dr. Yanich and his staff have for their patients and urge her to stop referring her patients here.
Finally, as a columnist and reporter for my local newspaper - I will certainly be documenting my experience with the office. I also plan to write letters to the editor's of the newspapers that surround Marion.
My husband had his surgery here. They were professional and very nice. He felt comfortable throughout the process.
First time having any teeth pulled and I can say I could not pick a better place to go! Thank you everyone..
I had to have a baby tooth removed and my canine tooth exposed with a chain attached to the wire of my braces. I was really nervous but the nurses were so nice and took my mind off of things! After the surgery, Dr. Yanich called me later in the day to make sure I was doing alright. The recovery has been painless and very fast! I highly recommend them!
The staff was so kind and comforting when I was terrified to get my wisdom teeth out. 5 star review for sure!
Took my mother today for oral surgery with IV sedation. The Dr and staff are exceptional. They were professional, courteous and kind. It is not my 1st experience with this surgery center nor will it be my last. I will always take my family there and highly recommend anyone who needs this type of service to check into them. I'm in the dental field myself and was very comfortable taking my loved ones there. Thanks again for your wonderful staff and services!
Well i had to have my top wisdom teeth removed and i was almost 30, i knew it was going to be rough. I went in for the consultation and everyone was so nice even the dr. i went in for my actually surgery things were going ok i made everyone aware i was very nervous and i was going to do my best to be calm, the anesthesiologist went to look for a vein to start my meds....i pointed to the vein for her to use (because i am an MA and we all had to practice on each other a million times) she pointed to a very small vein (superficial) i said please dont use that its tiny and it hurts very bad when i am stuck there, she said ok. I fell asleep woke up feeling ok everyone was nice and helpful i looked down to notice the lady did in fact try to stick the smaller vein while i was asleep and blew it out....ok that fine no big deal ill heal. i proceed to go home and go to sleep woke up with very very intense pain my mom had gone to fill my pain meds...i get through the first day ok by the second day i was miserable, now mind i had surgery done on a thursday and was suppose to go back to work monday, i knew there would be some discomfort but it was very intense. i called them on monday telling them i was in a lot of pain and didnt know what to do they said they could not write me off work and to keep taking my meds....thats it. I had to go to my pcp in which looked at my bruised swollen and bloody mouth to write me off some more so i could recover...I ended up running out of pain meds and that was with taking them as prescribed...i called the office again explaining again nothing they could do...FINALLY after a week of pain i finally started to feel better but i had a foul smell and taste in my sinuses i for the 3rd time called them told them there was a problem...oh go see your pcp theres nothing we could do. for 6 months i had this smell in my sinuses while sucking down hockers i would get peices of bone fragments and tooth fragments through my sinuses, finally after going to my pcp 4x i finally got to a specialist who then told me i had infection dude to peices left there...well 8 months later this cleared up. through all this time i also noticed my last molar was very sensitive i assumed due to my surgery...nope its due to they left me with no gum behind my molar and my roots are exposed and hurt so bad...but there's nothing they can do...now i have to get a gum graft...all iv got to say is you guys suck. you could have helped me and you chose not to now i am having to go through a whole lot just to be normal. I also work in the medical field and i never tell people there's nothing we can do i always try to help especially if people call me in tears because they are in pain. your MAs are just lazy flat out. I asked repeatedly for you guys to help me everytime i was turned away every single time...now its 9 months later and i have to get a gum graft. this is ridiculous.
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