Smiles For Siouxland and Sioux Falls Dental Health
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5 months ago
Dr. Brower is a prejudist. He humiliated me, offended me and discriminated against me.
I will speak in the following lines about Dr. Josh Brower and his business, Smiles for Siouxland. I'm a US citizen, immigrant from Europe, how very likely, are the ancestors of Dr. Brower. Back in October, 2016, I went to Dr. Brower's Office for dental work. I returned to him, in February, 2017, believing that I have the right, like every patient, to ask him some questions about the dental work he has done to me. But it seems that, in the opinion of Dr. Brower, patients of foreign origin have not the same rights just like other patients. Or maybe the immigrants, have no rights whatsoever. I dared to addressed my questions for him, through his assistants. Five minutes later, when I got to him, he was extremely furious and angry for my boldness to ask him questions. He insulted and offended me and he made defamatory appreciations about the other dentist who made some dental work to me, which incidentally was my son-in-law. Dr. Brower showed considerable lack of professionalism and lack of professional ethics. He told me that the other dentist (my son-in-law) had no idea of what he was saying and doing. And if you are not American (which my son-in-law isn't), you do not know anything. That only Americans, like him, know what they're doing. You should know, Dr. Brower, that my son-in-law and millions of other dentists worldwide, know at least as much of your profession, as you know. How much arrogance and defiance !!! Shame on you Dr. Brower !!! Dr. Brower you're JUST A DENTIST. You are not God on earth. You're not a surgeon, a brain surgeon or not even an eye surgeon. You haven't ever saved any lives. Let arrogance aside, YOU'RE JUST A DENTIST. No doubt that you are a competent dentist. I think you're a very good dentist. But that doesn't give you the right to offend people, to be arrogant and think you're almighty. Modesty is a quality that makes the difference. The lack of modesty abolishes you as a professional. To state about colleagues of yours that they don't know what they're saying, that is horrible, it's total lack of modesty and ethics. Finally, Dr. Brower told me not to go again to his office, because we do not have the same philosophy. I felt badly humiliated, offended and discriminated against. DR. BROWER IS A PREJUDIST, AND HE SHOULD BE PUNISHED BY AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION FOR TREATING PEOPLE THE WAY HE TREATED ME. Vlad Muresan