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Dr. J Bradley Hall, DDS

General Dentistry


Dr. Hall works in Fernandina Beach, FL and specializes in General Dentistry.


Dr. Hall's Rating
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Patient Perspective
2.0 Explains conditions and treatments
2.0 Takes time to answer my questions
1.0 Provides follow-up as needed
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5211 S Fletcher Ave Ste 230, Fernandina Beach, FL, 32034
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5211 S Fletcher Ave Ste 230
Fernandina Beach, FL, 32034
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"I chose this dentist due to it being the only one on my insurance plan. My first hygienist was phenomenal — calm, caring, and very thorough. What did noticed in my six years of going there was how every time, thousands of dollars of unnecessary work work be written into a “plan” — a couple procedures I agreed to, but some of imminent concern mysteriously resolved on their own. As I was approaching retirement — the considerable decrease in income and no insurance — I succumbed to one of his stories of doom and disaster and had a previous porcelain crown replaced along with having a root canal. This was almost $1000 co-pay after insurance, but I was told that because a church of porcelains had broken off, bacteria could get underneath, cause decay and serious pain/problems in the near future. After the procedure, I experienced pain and discomfort for the FIRST time on that tooth. I returned to the office to have the crown ground down a little bit AND he started to grind on the tooth above ...
it trying to make the two teeth mesh better. Slight discomfort brushing was better than going back and having him destroy the integrity of surrounding teeth (which would then need fixing in his next “plan”). Less than 2 years later, my crown popped off — no hard food chewing involved. The scenario he described happening if I didn’t replace the crown came to fruition. The tooth is decayed so badly the tooth now needs to be extracted. Calling his office, I find it will cost me $150 just to have him evaluate HIS ineptitude. Plus, the extraction will most likely run at least $300 (but, of course, no true estimate — or even reasonable range — can be provided for extracting a back molar which they already have extensive history on. Another dentist estimated the cost at $425 because they obviously are a more professional group with an established price list. So, now I’m SOL scrambling looking at other options just to remove a tooth which never needed fixing — I discovered my old porcelain crown had metal underneath which still had an excellent seal. I had no pain. I had no issues. I just had the insecurity of entering retirement with looming future dental issues, and I had a dentist whose priority seems to be $$. "
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  • May 20, 2022


5211 S Fletcher Ave Ste 230
Fernandina Beach,FL,32034


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