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Eastland Family Dental

12  Reviews

(816) 795-7007
19401 E US Highway 40 Ste 180
Independence, MO 64055-5403
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Description

INDEPENDENCE BUSINESS CENTER

DISCOVER AFFORDABLE DEIDISTRY FOR YOUR FAMILY.

DISCOVER AFFORDABLE DENTISTRY FOR YOUR FAMILY

DISCOVER AFFORDABLE DENTISTRY FOR YOUR FAMILY.

DENTURES

071430ATTR:DENTAL IMPLANTS

071770ATTR:ORTHODONTICS

269492ATTR:DENTAL IMPLANTS

CHILDREN

COSMETIC

COSMETIC BONDING

FINANCING

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

Phone Numbers

main:
(816) 795-7007

Services

NEW PATIENTS AND EMERGENCIES WELCOME., INSURANCE ACCEPTED

Vanity City Name

Independence

Year Established

2015

Payment Methods

American Express , Diners , Discover , Master Card , Visa , All Major Cards Accepted

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Average Rating (12)

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

816guy

I would rate it a zero if it let me. My wife and I just switched dentists over pricing. Neither of us have any cavities or health issues with our teeth. I have never had a cavity and my wife has only ever had one. After setting up appointments for the same day/time, I was told I needed a special "deep cleaning" that will cost over $1,100, plus 3-5 additional return consultations after the cleaning to check the gums over a period of a few weeks. It was also suggested I "might be interested in a root canal" for a tooth that has never given me any problems in my life. After asking what exactly on the x-ray showed that I needed a root canal, I was shown basically nothing on the x-ray that could be pointed to and the suggestion was quickly dropped when I, defensively, began asking questions about why it was necessary if they couldn't show me anything on the x-ray. Interesting that I was told I "might be interested in a root canal" but the issue was dropped when I asked specific questions about why I would need it. After scheduling the visit so I could get the teeth cleaning and consultation, I did not even receive a "standard teeth cleaning" because I was told I would need to reschedule for the "deep cleaning procedure" and that it would need to be done at a different time due to anesthetics that would be used. Also my wife was told she had TEN cavities that were "more or less like pre-cavities" that need addressed. They weren't actual cavities yet but they "will probably become cavities" and needed fillings right away. Also she was told she needed a root canal on a tooth that has never bothered her, and a cap on it because of the "extensive damage" and the need to go down to the "nerve" would require a cap. Her bill and mine combined would have been over $5,300 for two new customers off the street who were there for the "new customer" $69 cleaning/x-rays/exam package. Needless to say, after talking to our previous dentist he advised us to get a second opinion even if it wasn't him because he was "highly skeptical that most of that work even needs done, it just doesn't sound plausible" given the fact that we both combined only have had one cavity and no dental procedures in our entire lives I would have to agree. Eastland Family Dental is a RIPOFF con-artist company disguised as a dental office. If this is how they diagnosed us, who knows how many cases of dental insurance fraud they have committed against patients with a history of previous dental work and/or cavities. STAY AWAY!

matt millerson

WORST DENTAL OFFICE!!!! staff is rude and hygienist try to price gouge! Do yourself a favor find another office. This place is under new management that is out to make a quick buck not maintain a customer. Be warned!

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