Case Faculty Practice, where faculty of the School of Dentistry practice, should be a premier dental practice, and it's a for-money-take with huge fraud - films are faked or wrong and not thrown out. X-rays are being misused to drill on 'artifacts' that go away by the next film - in one case Dr. Assaf (from wherever) in 2013, used an x-ray from 2010 to drill on a supposed lesion that had gone away - negative x-rays in 2011 & 2012. This going for the 'lucency' without any tooth abnormality or pain - is killing teeth. Allergic reactions are significant to the composite that they use - generalized rashes, petechial rashes - and there is no skin testing, no call backs.
The foreign dentists & residents - many of them Muslim are not willing to discuss anything with women patients - will drill with x-rays YEARS old. Irrelevant x-rays. How can you drill on a tooth were the 'lesion' isn't there anymore - they will try and they will bill - and where is the Islamic money going for this? The residents come in with veils - which would be ok, if they didn't 'make fun' and not notice that the dentist was 'out-of-his-mind' to drill on an almost 3-year old artifact from the x-ray process or the person doing the film - saliva that caught on the 'bite.' No recent x-rays were seen, and it was apparent only after the procedure that it was a 'take.'
The problem seems to be oversight by the Ohio State Dental Board - where they have done nothing to stop this abuse of old films. And that the foreign staff does not have the American ability to talk with women patients and discuss options according to the Dental Bill of Rights. They want MONEY.
You will get an allergic reaction and they will never call you back. They drill on 'normal' teeth. And the problem is that where is this kind of money going with the Islamic dentists, or the Jewish, or whatever? This is dentistry for the money and needs to stop. And it shouldn't be used for foreign agendas.
All of the current residents are foreign, and complete idiots that allow an x-ray to be irrelevant while they stare at an unnecessary drilling and laugh. Why pay for x-rays? And there are errors in x-ray development, taking the films, old film, machinery problems - when something happens on only ONE x-ray they drill or they faked the film. And you can't say anything - it's CAVITIES. And these were no cavities.
In Medicine, the mantra is that you treat the patient and not the x-ray - this needs to be applied to US Dentistry - and to CWRU School of Dental Medicine and Faculty Practice. All composite in patients allergic has to be removed at Case Faculty Practice expense. Going at someone with a drill is as violent as it gets in Dentistry.