Allure Dental Arts

Dangerous clinic. Don’t go

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Published: 16 November 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

A long and heated argument with my mother led me to the decision of searching for a new dentistry clinic as my previous one was not good enough to fix my toothache which had been troubling me for almost a month. I did not know which clinic to go for and thus I started seeking recommendations from friends and colleagues. There were quite a few suggestions given to me but since not of it seemed useful enough, I turned to google. I searched online and a list of clinics’ names came up. There were quite a few names and on top of the list was Allure Dental Arts. I read the reviews and there were quite a few positive ones. The website had a list of the services that were provided at the clinics. To be honest, it was the only clinic that seemed a little bit decent and thus I decided to schedule an appointment.

I did not face much trouble while scheduling the appointment although there were a few little issues. I was given a date of the next week. For another whole week, I had to continue suffering as I had no other choice than to wait for the day of the appointment to come. The day finally arrived and I reached the place exactly on time. As I set foot in the place, I had a kind of tussle with the receptionist who was also coming in with me. She accidentally tripped herself but blamed me for it. After a while, the argument was over (or at least I thought it was). To exact revenge, she placed my name at the bottom of the list. Because of this, I had to wait for another 3 hours. After the long wait, I was told to go to the doctor’s cabin as my turn had finally come. The doctor took a quick look and pulled out an X-Ray. He told me that the teeth would need to be removed a sense he was not free for the next two weeks, he told me that he would be doing it that very day. I just wanted the pain to end and so I agreed. The doctor assembled his tools and started the procedure. At first, he went at it gently. He inspected the teeth which were causing all the problems by poking it with a finger. He then applied something which seemed like an antiseptic. When the antiseptic touched my gum, it stung like hell. The doctor told me that he had run out of anaesthetics and so he will not be using one.

I saw the driller and it scared the shit of me. The doctor then drilled into the teeth and used his scalpel to remove the extracted teeth. I cannot even tell you how much it hurt me. It was probably the worst experience of my life. When the process was finally over, I was told to go home. Not even a medicine was prescribed by the doctor.

From what I learned that day, I would advise people of all age groups to stay away from Allure Dental Arts.


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