Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS

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Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS

Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS is located at 716 Chestnut St in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106. Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS can be contacted via phone at 267-379-7570 for pricing, hours and directions.

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A The phone number for Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS is: 267-379-7570.


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A Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS is located at 716 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106


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A Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS has a 1.0 Star Rating from 1 reviewers.

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Dr. Christopher E. Roxas, DDS

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image I would not recommend any honest or rational patient to go to this practice. They make up rules as they go to try and justify their expensive and medically unnecessary procedures. They will try to talk you in circles and not answer your questions.
I had an appointment scheduled for months for a molar extraction. I was interested in getting an implant in the future. The price quoted for a dental implant was over $9,000 which was significantly above what I had heard costs around $5,000.
Once I spoke with a few family members, they explained that all I needed off the bat was a tooth extraction, I could get bone grafting and an implant well after that if I wanted. I called and told them I only wanted the extraction done, no bone grafting for an implant at this time.
After this, they quoted the price of an extraction to be approximately $3,000 which seemed very high. I asked them for a breakdown of cost and they had bone grafting costs in for $2,000. They told me the graft must be done at the time of extraction repeatedly which is a flat out lie.
Dont expect to be able to talk to your specialist before the procedure. I called in a week before my procedure to try to have a conversation with the dentist doing the work about things such as if I needed antibiotics before the procedure. They would not let me speak with the dentist that was to perform the procedure and would not have him call me back. I have always met/spoken with doctors before procedures are performed. When I asked them why I wasnt allowed to speak to the dentist they told me it was their policy. That cant be true because I have talked to dentists there in the past, specifically Dr. Kantner. Not being able to talk to the doctor doing the work beforehand should be a red flag to any potential patient.
I had to drive to their office 2 days before surgery just to see a copy of the bill. Now it was down to $1,100. I saw bone grafting still listed and crossed it out, stating again I only wanted a tooth extraction and a normal dental dressing over top of it. The item I crossed out was titled Bone Replacement Graft for $750, while the extraction itself was priced at $350, more in line with what I thought an extraction would cost. I left there thinking we had everything resolved.
Day of the procedure I came in having already provided a $500 required deposit. First thing they did was ask me for payment on the additional $600 of cost, I told them they owed me $150 because I did not want any bone grafting only the extraction and had told them that numerous times. It was as if I never came in two days before and explicitly went over the invoice with them. They literally denied the reality of 2 days before.
The office was telling me that I had to get the bone grafting done at the time of extraction instead of waiting a few months. As anyone can google, this is inaccurate advice. I asked if I could speak with the dentist to better understand the medical reason why these procedures cant be performed separately and the dentist would not take any questions. It was the first time in my life I was told I couldnt speak to the doctor about my procedures. What the hell is going on here?
Im all ears with doctors but they couldnt give me 1 reason why they had to be done together, the extraction and the bone graft. After looking forward to getting this treatment, making a deposit, taking a PTO day from work, and clearing the exact procedure I wanted not less than two days before at their office, they sent me away and refused to treat me unless I got the expensive bone graft. If this isnt something your office does, why would you not have referred me to someone else months ago when I said I only wanted a tooth extraction? They could care less about disrupting their patients expectations of service.
The levels of dishonesty and incompetence here are horrendous. Patients deserve better. Neither I or anyone in my family will use Roxas again. Youve all been warned.


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