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Aspen Dental

1031 Gold Street, Manchester, NH 03103
Aspen Dental Mojo 2/ 5
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Aspen Dental dentists are committed to treating you with the compassion and respect you deserve. They believe in providing care that addresses both your short- and long-term oral health needs. And they promise to give you comprehensive care in a judgment-free environment. Because at Aspen Dental, our dentists treat each patient as if they were family. If you’re a denture wearer, you can choose from seven styles of our exclusive ComfiDents® brand dentures, more diverse and affordable options than are available at traditional dental practices. Plus, our on-site denture lab means quick turnaround for denture repairs, relines or adjustments. Thanks to our convenient locations and extended office hours, including evenings and select Saturdays, scheduling an appointment is easy! You can schedule your appointment by phone Monday - Saturday, 7am - 9pm EST. Or visit us online to schedule an appointment. Walk-in patients and emergencies are welcome.

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Friday, November 13, 2009
Don't bother, it's not worth...
I've been suffering from a cracked tooth for about a week now. I can't sleep or even function without high doses of tylenol. My mother scheduled an appointment to get it fixed today. After making the half hour trip in, they basically called my mother a liar, saying that they told her I would only get an exam today, not the cleaning and work that they claimed they would do. They just gave me a quick x-ray on one tooth and another quick scan of the rest of my mouth. The dentist came in and looked at my teeth for a total of three minutes, tops. Then she made me feel horrible about the fact that I had cavities that I hadn't taken care of yet. It's funny how they claim to be a judgement free zone, yet I've never felt more judged regardless of my circumstances (no insurance, minimum wage job, etc). Then she told me that the tooth needed to be pulled, but there wasn't enough time to do so today, and I'd have to waste another afternoon coming in tomorrow. No ...

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Sunday, November 11, 2007
Stay away!
I went here because it was the only dentist in town covered by my insurance. I had seen the same dentist since I was a child before this, and had never had a bad dental experience- usually just a quick in and out. I made the appointment at Aspen Dental, assuming I would be getting a cleaning and check-up. I waited for about an hour past my appointment time in the waiting room, then was taken in for an absurd number of X-rays. Then I was taken to an exam room, were I waited for another 40 minutes. When the dentist finally came in, she spent about 30 seconds glancing at my teeth, told me I had two cavities, and sent me out to schedule further appointments. I was in a bit of shock, having never had a cavity in my 30 years, and having never had the dentist examine my teeth without even having them cleaned. I waited a while longer to go in to the scheduling office, and when asked how my appointment had gone, I said I was a little surprised-- I'd expected to have a cleaning. Oh, no, I was told, getting a look that said I must be crazy, for the first appointment you get an initial exam. Hardly thinking what I'd had qualified as an exam, I was then told I would need to schedule 2 more appointments-- one for a cleaning, and one to have my cavities filled. Having just missed an entire half day of work for this appointment, when I had only planned on about an hour, and not having expected there would be additional appointments, I asked if I could have appointments late in the day or early in the morning to avoid missing much more work. I was rudely told no, because that's what everyone wanted. I scheduled the appointments, and left feeling very uneasy about the whole thing. Half a day spent there, nothing actually accomplished, a cursory exam where I was told I had cavities, and 2 MORE appointments/missed work time. I thought it over, and decided I wanted a s

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Payment Types:
Cash, Financing, American Express, Discover, Visa, Check

Phone Numbers:
Toll Free: (888) 899-7263


Hours Open
Monday 8:00am to 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed