When I went to the facility, I knew fully well, what was the procedure that I needed to get done? But the doctor is there they tricked me into getting a different procedure done because they said that it would be less painful as well as less costly. So that’s what I did. I did not know what would happen later. Later, I find after 6 months that I have been charged with three hundred dollars approx. Because the procedure that I went for was of $300. Well, I did not want to go for that procedure and the procedure that I wanted to go for was only a hundred dollars. They tricked me into paying more. They tricked me into getting a procedure which they said was better for me, but I did not find it better. I still have pain in my gums. I am not able to speak properly because of that and right now I am going through a lot of rework on the doctors works. Just so that. Can get back to normal. Which is costing me more? And moreover I have to pay this charge of 300 dollars because the bill came in late and the insurance company would not cover it. When I asked why the bill was late, to the customer care executive what they told me was more appalling. They said that because due to a stuffing change. It was sent in lead. Is it my fault that the staffing change had to happen at that time and my bill got delayed but because of their fault I have to pay this three hundred dollars out of my pocket who is responsible for this. This is utter rubbish and utter pathetic service that they are performing.
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 18:18 pm, August 08, 2019 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/aloha-dental-care/.
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