Dear Dr. Lazare, Since I am always less verbal when I see you (for obvious reasons) you wouldn’t know that I am usually pretty chatty. However, words do fail me now. I want you to know that I am so grateful for the sensitive manner in which you “handled me!” You were at all times caring, thoughtful and concerned about my needs. You made an otherwise traumatic experience much easier to tolerate from your own gentle manner, to the great music, and the warm atmosphere created by everyone in the office. And besides all of this, I look pretty darn good! I had thought about undertaking this process many times and I thnk your calm approach convinced me that I should and could do it. I’m pleased I did! Best wishes for everything wonderful.
Dear Dr. Lazare and everyone in the office, Thank you for giving me the smile of a lifetime! The atmosphere in your office made each visit a pleasure. Thank you for getting me ready for my wedding and your patience. Regards,
Dear Dr. Lazare, Many, many thanks for giving me my Million Dollar Smile! I am now proud of my teeth, and can laugh with no barriers. I waited a lifetime for this. Your patience, dedication, and need for perfection were definitely my cup of tea, and I know your other patients must feel the same! I have received numerous compliments and amazement over the difference in my mouth and appearance. Thanks again to you and all your plans and staff, for working so hard for me. Love
To Doctor Lazare & Staff
Grateful in Great Neck
I was there for my mouth, but your music, extraordinary and mixed, was silently moving, while I sat still in a dentist’s chair, and, in a cheerful setting, benefited from both your expertise and deep interest in exciting and pleasant sounds.
Your beautiful computer makes my car radio sound as if it is acoustically connected to the Stone Age. But I’m happy, though not as happy as you are, obviously, and that’s the way it should be, under the circumstances…
My wife, Judy, and I are fortunate to have met Dr. Scherr & you, and all the other nice people in your office. Your professional skills are appreciated, including Linda’s. We are always glad to visit the lovely town of great neck. It’s a pleasure…thanks again.
And best wishes from the two of us.
All I have to say is once upon a time a visit to the dentist was not one of the things that would of been on my list of things I like to do. Dr. Lazare changed that experience for me drastically and gave me healthier teeth and gums. And a better smile!! He is a pioneer of modern dentistry; your experience and your smile will never be the same! I spent 32 years learning how to train and take care of my body now I have found a dentist who is committed to doing that with my teeth. Thank you Dr. Lazare!!
Your patient and trainer,
Dear Dr. Lazare,
Thank you so much. Your office is spectacular with your fantastic use of technology. I have never seen digital x-rays. So cool! (I can’t stop talking about them.) Your entire staff is incredibly smart, especially Liezl, who had the the experience of seeing me first. She is great!
Most of all though, thank you for your wonderful kindness. You went above and beyond to take care of me and I really appreciate it. I wish you much success and plan to refer you to everyone I can. I have already been talking up both you and your office. I trust everyone I send you will be in good hands because they will be in your hands.
Thank you again!
My greatest dental experience ever!
Till next time...
Thank you for the advice. It’s very funny that you mentioned a Cone Beam scan. After visiting about 10 dentists over the past 7 years, most of them with high-cost, ineffective, and time consuming treatments that would simply ‘take time to implement’. I Left every appointment with a broken heart and an empty wallet.
Just recently, I had a yet another visit with a dentist, who happened to be my neighbor. He recommended a Cone Beam scan, and it showed obvious signs of jaw bone cavitation. My jaw was suffering from gangrene, due to lack of blood supply. This was caused by an incomplete extraction of a root canaled tooth, followed by immediate placement of Dental implant. This escalated to a systemic disease, which progressively had gotten worse. I couldn’t get out if bed for more than a few hours without a high dose of prescribed stimulants. Everyone in my life had questioned how I had become such a train wreck in just a matter of 3-4 years, as this is when matters took a turn for the worse. This entire process began directly after my root canal extraction.
Over time, the remaining ligament (clearly visible on Cone Beam CT) evolved into a toxic cesspool which explains the constant swelling. Many oral surgeons have a stubborn theory that if the implants are immobile, and adjacent teeth seem vital and healthy, that any symptoms must be imagined by the patient.
You are completely correct in everything you told me. I wish I had asked you 7 years ago! Haha.. I was completely wrong about the allergy. Actually, I really was just hoping that it was an allergy, so that at least I could FINALLY find the answer to this problem! You were also right on target with the Cone Beam scan, it ended up saving my life.
After all of the unsuccessful encounters and failed solutions I’ve experienced with dentists, I lost all faith in conventional medical profession. I feel a whole lot better now, after hearing from you and the other dentist who finally provided me the great advice and the correct answers. It’s a shame that not all of them are as good as you guys.
Thank you again Dr. Lazare, your advice and expertise are well appreciated.