Bonner Dental Network
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12 months ago
Avoid at all costs (and there will be costs if you come here).
How this man maintains a license to practice dentistry escapes me. I had four fillings and inlays performed here in March 2016. Not a single one lasted longer than October 2018, and most much less time than that. It took this practice three tries to even implant the fillings, as they couldn't keep track of when my implants arrived from the lab. I later learned from my current dentist that one of the lab techs caused additional damage to my teeth from improper use of a dental instrument. The service personnel with whom I interacted were quite rude, to boot. The first filling lasted less than five days, at which point I decided to switch dentists to repair the damage caused by Bonner. Over the course of the next two years, the remaining fillings also fell out, none from any particular cause (i.e., sticky or hard foods). If it hadn't caused me so much pain, and cost me so much time and money, the service here would be laughable. As it is, the loss of this final filling emplaced by Bonner was the last straw; I had to warn others away from putting their health at risk by coming here. I've had dental work performed elsewhere, with none of that work failing even after more than a decade.