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- by StephR74 on 06/24/2011
I was very impressed when I visited Dr. Neshan's office. The entire staff was very nice and explained every bit of my procedure in detail. I normally do not write reviews on medical/dental offices but I felt the need when I read the previous review. I did not have that experience at all. Everyone knows in this day and age, offices have to cover themselves by putting every type of complication that could arise, chances are nothing will happen. With my experience, I was given a consent form when I checked in and the lady at the front told me to read over the consent form and if I had an questions, the assistant and the doctor would be able to answer them for me. I didn't have any questions and my procedure went well. I even received a follow up call the next day to check on me. I have never had that done before. If there were 10 stars to give I would definitely give it to this office. Dr. Neshan-thank you for making my visit wonderful. You definitely have a patient for life.
- by dalesmith34 on 06/23/2011
At first I was encouraged to hope I'd found a knowledgeable, empathetic dental practice. Not so. I had an appointment for a deep cleaning, a necessary procedure and, at first, I thought I was in good hands. The first hurdle, of course, was my signing a waiver stating that the treatment was not guaranteed, there might be complications, swelling, etc. Then there was a clause about a possibility of ""cardiac collapse."" What was that?! As a layman, I thought of ""heart attack,"" but if so, why not just write this out. To be safe, I asked not one, but TWO of Neshan's staff members and NEITHER OF THEM COULD ANSWER MY QUESTION! They were willing to have me sign a waiver but could not tell me precisely what risks I was agreeing to run. The receptionist went as far as to shrug and say ""I don't know!"" as if I were asking her something so far beyond the ordinary.\r \r My instincts took over and told me I was in the wrong place! I high-tailed it out of there and I am never going back.\r \r What these practices forget is dentists in Houston are a dime a dozen. And in this economic climate, can any business afford to lose new business? Clearly, Neshan can -- I congratulate her, but the ignorance of her staff is beyond belief.
- by merchant729589 on 04/08/2011
We are in network with many insurance companies allowing us to serve more of the community. Being in network allows patients to pay a lower rate rather than going to an out of network doctor. We advise patients to come every 3, 4, or 6 months depending on their oral health. Missing a scheduled appointment or not coming as frequently as advised by the dentist can cause a patients treatment to change. We are very pro active in our patients’ health and want the best for them. We can only do so much and the rest is up to the patient.
- by garryt on 03/31/2011
went there because my old dentist was no longer in network so these people were cheaper. going there for a year or 2 .then since i did not spend any money over the 2 free cleanings. they say that they cant help me untill i pay the portion the insurance wont pay for additional services. you dont want to wast your time with them!!!!!!!! go somewere else there are only 35 or more other dentists or more in there area!
- by Giovanni 1997 on 04/29/2010
Dr. Neshan takes her time cleaning my teeth. She's never hurt me because she is very gentle. She always asks if I need more water, or if I need to rest my jaw. She's very nice! She told me I had great teeth, and I should floss everyday. My sister and I like that she gives us a new toothbrush! Dr. Neshan knows my favorite color is Green. Dr. Neshan is very Cool and pretty too.
- by Carrion 2010 on 04/29/2010
I first met Dr. Neshan and her staff (Jill & Beth) a little over a year ago, after not seeing a dentist in a few years. (far more than I'd like to admit). ---for the simple reason: I do not like to experience PAIN----Yikes!! \r \r I just had my 6 month check-up and Dr. Neshan will constantly ask during the cleaning, ""are you all right?"" ---really? I do not feel any pain, she is very gentle. Dr. Neshan never rushes and really treats the patient in a very caring manner. it helps that she does not have \r The Big Heavy ""Man Hands""---Ouch!! those hurt!! \r \r Dr. Neshan takes the time to explain preventative care, she will teach you how to floss, what signs to look for when bushing your teeth....simply put she really cares, she loves what she does; and it shows! \r \r I am not surprised that a Great Dentist like Dr. Neshan, has the very BEST staff! Jill, is very knowledgeable about the procedures, payment plans and what I like the best is when she asks, ""When would you like to come in?"" Jill always manages to work it out in a way that my entire family (my husband, my 13 y.old son and my 4 y.old daughter) can all be seen in the same afternoon when it's convenient for us. \r \r We live in Humble and are Happy enough to drive to the Heights just to be seen by Dr. Neshan. We always have a great time visiting with Dr. Neshan, Jill, Beth and Yvonne...I'm lucky to have found Dr. Neshan, she is not only my Doctor, but she is also my Friend.
- by BAA74 on 03/25/2010
I never knew you could have a pleasant experience at a dentist office. Loved the staff, very professional and experienced. I would recommend this office to anyone who is terrified of dentists, your experience will be great, just like mine was. I had a crown and root canal done and had very little discomfort. They took great care of me and I was back to work the very next day with no discomfort and they even checked on me to make sure I was ok. In this day and age that never happens. Thank you Dr. Ney and staff for all you have done.
- by nim05 on 09/17/2009
I just moved back to the Heights after living out in west Houston for 20 years. Loved my dentist there, but not as much as I hate Houston traffic. Checked with some of my neighbors for a dentist in the area and Dr. Neshan's name came up a few times, so I figured she was worth a try. She was worth the try. The commute is definitely better. It also worked out great because I have a weird schedule and she has like one late night a week and is open a Saturday or two a month. Those two things defniitely were high marks, but it just kind of put the topping on the cake when she turned out to be great. Let's just say I've been to dentists enough times to know how it feels when one cares and knows what they're doing, and Dr. Neshan does. She took time with me, even though I was late for my appointment. This was her late night, but she didn't rush and took the time and care to get to know me. That's important to me and I just think others ought to know. I don't know if I moved back to Katy that I would commute, but I would certainly give it more thought than I did to my other dentist. Definitely worth checking out.
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