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Dr. Schlesinger graduated from the Mcgovern Medical School At The Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr At Houston in 2012. He works in Las Vegas, NV and 48 other locations and specializes in General Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and Surgery.


Dr. Schlesinger's Rating
7 Ratings with 5 Reviews
Patient Perspective
2.0 Explains conditions and treatments
2.0 Takes time to answer my questions
2.0 Provides follow-up as needed
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7181 N Hualapai Way Ste 105, Las Vegas, NV, 89166
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7181 N Hualapai Way Ste 105
Las Vegas, NV, 89166
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"Had full mouth extraction Dr. Schlesinger and his team were awesome. Professional polite answered all my questions... Special shout out to Nancy thank you for everything you did.. I really appreciated it..."
  • November 15, 2022
"I got a tooth extraction from James Schlesinger. He yanked my tooth so rough it shook my head and gave me vertigo 2 days after my extraction!! Never experienced anything like this nor have I had vertigo. Vertigo is caused from head injuries, car accidents and more serious injuries. Avoid this dentist "
  • May 10, 2022
"it’s been 3 days since I got my tooth pulled from James Schlesinger, I’m now suffering with severe BPPV. I’m 25 yrs old and never experienced BPPV untill after this dentist visit. Thanks to James Schlesinger for being so rough, rushed and careless! He was so rough when he pulled the tooth he shook my head so hard he messed with my ear drum witch caused me to get BPPV. Avoid this guy!!! I’ve got a tooth pulled before and was nothing like the experience I had with this guy, it was very intense and painful! I told him I can still feel it, and he said nothing and continued to pull my tooth. Dental care is way to serious and expensive to be going to a careless dentist who doesn’t care for his patients. "
  • February 21, 2022
"He ruined me for life, my jaw is over with . Its been 2 years and has only gone down hill. All I have to do is prove is that you are the one who did this to me and and I will be receiving compensation and than some (: If you are reading this James Schlesinger, please do the world a favor and find a new profession one specifically where u don't talk to people or help them with anything because with this one all you have done is ruined lives."
  • December 4, 2021
"People need to be warned about this guy, seriously. When I came in for an extraction, Dr. Schlesinger and his team seemed to be in a big hurry. I got the impression they were trying to make up for lost time. He looked at my x-ray and said it would be “Easy-peasy.” I did warn him that I have TMJ Disorder and he just said, “Everyone your age does.” (Every 43 year old?!) Then he seemed to have trouble and kept mentioning the roots were pretty deep. He was rough, and a couple times I was wondering if a nearby tooth would be broken. I have had root canals before, and this was nothing like the calm manner of the endodontist who performed those. When he finished, he never told me anything had gone wrong. He just said I was done and began barking orders at his staff to hurry and get the room ready and see me out. My mouth bled for longer than expected and when I tried to use the prescribed mouthwash the way they said, it came out my nose like a fountain. I called the office and they arranged ...
for me to see someone else in the morning, who confirmed he had indeed drilled into my sinus cavity and made a fistula connecting my mouth, sinus, and nose. (It is over a month later and still healing). I was given a sheet of instructions by Dr. Schlesinger of special care for the next six weeks. About 9 days later the pain and mucus were increasing and I asked to be checked again for an infection. The assistant was about to take a dental x-ray but he told her not to. He had an attitude when he came in, like he couldn’t believe there could be a problem, as this was a simple issue. He pointed to my old x-ray up on the screen and to the deep roots and said this was going to happen anyways (perhaps, but he had said it would be “easy- Peasy”) and that he can’t believe I even noticed. (It’s very noticeable when mouthwash shoots out your nose though, and when you try to drink water and it sucks up into the tooth hole and your nose runs) and that it’ll heal itself as long as I don’t smoke. I asked why he gave me a list of instructions to follow if that were true. He kept contradicting himself and didn’t make any sense. His printed sheet says it often has complications in healing. I explained the sinus perforation seemed to be healing, but then pain increased and I wondered about an infection or dry socket. He said dry socket only happens to bad surgeons and he doesn’t get them. He said this. And that I’d KNOW if I had one and they are so very rare. I informed him I have had dry socket after wisdom teeth removal 28 years ago, and wasn’t sure that’s what it was until a routine recheck appointment. He then said it is over diagnosed. I said I had to go back daily, then every other day, then twice a week, then weekly - to change the packing. He then argued they shouldn’t have done that. This guy just wanted to argue! When he finally looked in my mouth, which STILL has a gaping hole in the side of the gums, he said I couldn’t have a dry socket because there’s “no socket” and it was healing fine. According to everything I read, it should not be throbbing and temperature sensitive on top of 3 ibuprofen and Tylenol, ten days afterwards. Then he thought I wanted pain meds. I declined. I just wanted to treat the actual issue. The icing on the cake was when he pointed at my OLD x-ray and said if there were an infection, we would see it and we don’t, do we? I said, “That’s the pre-extraction x ray. Not taken today. She was going to do one today and I heard you tell her not to.” He wrote me an antibiotic prescription (ok) and offered to see me again - um, no thanks!!! And I continued feeling like crap for a while, to the point that I had to put off writing this horrible review. If he had just said he was sorry and acted like he gave a damn, I’d not be doing any of this. He’s careless with people and customer service. I had put research into this issue and didn’t enjoy being treated like I’m stupid. "
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  • March 10, 2021


7181 N Hualapai Way Ste 105
Las Vegas,NV,89166
  • Accepting New Patients
Mon7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tue7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wed7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thu7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sat8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Mon7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tue7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wed10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thu7:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Accepting New Patients
North Las Vegas,NV,89030


Dental School
Mcgovern Medical School At The Univ Of Texas Health Science Ctr At Houston
Graduated 2012


This dentist accepts the following plans. This may include dental insurance as well as dental savings plans, an affordable alternative to dental insurance. With a dental savings plan, members can save 10-60% at the dentist. Click here to learn more.
  • Delta Dental PPO
  • Delta Dental Premier
  • Ameritas PPO
  • Principal Dental PPO
  • Guardian DentalGuard Preferred
  • UHC Choice Plus POS
  • UHC Options PPO
  • Aetna DPPO
  • MetLife PDP
  • DenteMax Dental
  • Humana Dental PPO
  • United Healthcare Dental PPO
  • CIGNA Dental DHMO
  • Delta Dental DeltaCare USA
  • Aetna DMO
  • United Concordia Advantage Plus PPO
  • BCCA Dental Blue 100/200/300
  • Dental Network of America DPPO
  • First Dental Health
  • Total Dental Administrators PPO
  • Diversified Dental PPO
  • UHC Navigate HMO
  • CIGNA Radius Network
  • Anthem NV Pathway X HMO Ind Direct Access
  • Anthem NV Pathway PPO
  • United Concordia Alliance
  • CIGNA Total DPPO
  • Metlife PDP Plus
  • Anthem Dental Complete
  • Anthem Dental Prime
  • Assurant Dental Network
  • Assurant Focus Dental Network
  • Cigna DPPO Advantage
  • Connection Dental
  • Dominion Dental Choice PPO
  • GRID
  • GRIDPlus
  • Lincoln Financial DentalConnect
  • Sun Life Dental Network
  • UHC Nexus Open Access
  • United Concordia Advantage Plus 20
  • United Concordia Elite Plus
  • Cigna Dental Radius Network
  • Sun Life Assurant Dental Network
  • Sun Life Assurant Focus Dental Network


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