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About Dr. David N Eskow
Dr. David N Eskow, DDS is a Dentist primarily located in Olney, MD. His specialties include General Dentistry. He speaks English.
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Dr. David N Eskow has the following 1 specialty
- General Dentistry
A dentist is a doctor who diagnoses and treats oral health issues. The most basic services dentists provide are preventative and regular maintenance treatments such as cleanings, fluoride treatments, X-rays (to look for cavities), cavity fillings. He or she also provides advice on proper brushing, flossing, and rinsing for the prevention of plaque buildup.
Dr. David N Eskow has the following 8 expertise
- Dental Check-up
- Root Canal
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Self-verified patient of Dr. David N Eskow - Posted on October 2nd, 2015
I absolutely love Dr. Eskow and his staff!
Self-verified patient of Dr. David N Eskow - Posted on April 18th, 2014
Self-verified patient of Dr. David N Eskow - Posted on October 25th, 2012
I will admit that Dr. Eskow knows what hes doing and is a great dentist in that sense. However I was often left to wait after being done with a routine cleanings for up to 20 minutes for him to give me some sort of lecture that the dentist who already worked with me already talked to me about. He often seems to get over into telling a patient a problem and will often forget that he isn't talking to another dentist, making figuring out what's wrong difficult at times. This was all up until my last and final visit to his office, in the middle of nowhere mind you. I arrived five minutes before my appointment. After waiting for 20 minutes after my scheduled appointment they finally called me back. I didn't work with Dr.Eskow and was actually quite relieved. After I finished with the cleaning I was going to get a fluoride treatment and then xrays since I hadn't in some time. Before any of this was able to happen Dr.Eskow rolls into the room in his chair to say hi. He says that he really wanted to talk to me and that he would be with me in a minute and for me to wait in the waiting room. Confused I walk into the waiting room and check my phone, having class at 1:20 and having the appointment supposed to start at 10:30. Its now 11:20 so I wait. I watch people who come in talking to the receptionist saying they are there for a cleaning as well. More time goes by and i've already been waiting for 30 minutes go by before the women who came in for the very same thing that I had came out and left. at this point I was worried I may be late for class and feared another overly long talk with Dr.Eskow. Finally 45 minutes after being told to wait in the waiting room watching around 4 or 5 people walk in and called before me 2 of which left before I was called I was finally brought back by an intern to take my x-rays. The x-rays took around five minutes and then Dr.Eskow once again assured me he would see me in a minute before quickly going back to lecturing another women in great detail of a future problem. I check my phone and its 12:15. I wait and look around trying to see an intern to see if I could do the fluoride treatment because I was in a rush at this point, despite my 10:30 appointment. To my dismay no one walked by and I was forced to listen to Dr.Eskow lecture another passant of a future problem in great detail right on the other side of the wall. Finally after waiting and hearing this for 30 minutes an intern walked by and looked at me surprised that I was still waiting for Dr.Eskow herself I quickly told her that I had to go to class soon and I needed to run home first. The intern then went and tried to talk to Dr.Eskow to tell him. However he was in a deep (one-sided) conversation with this passent now about what he was able to find and it seemed difficult for him to pay attention to the intern trying to talk to him. After finally getting his attention and informing him I was in a rush and had class at 1:20 he tried to tell me that he would be right there but at this point I couldn't wait anymore because the office is in the middle of nowhere and I was already going to be late. After me telling him several times I really had to go he finally settled by checking my teeth really quickly informing me that he wouldn't lecture me today and he would the next time he saw me. After a few uh huhhs and him saying that he knows what he wanted to he let me go and apologize saying "I didn't know you had class." I was most outraged by this apology or lack thereof. It shouldn't matter to him if I had class or not if my routine appointment is at 10:30 and I get about 30 minutes of work done and end up not even finished at 12:50 forced to run home and then to class where I would be late. The staff however seemed very great and were knew what they were doing for the most part and it seemed at least in my situation that they do not follow his I don't care about making you wait attitude. I would actually recommend going to his office as long as you be sure to avoid dr.Eskow just because the other dentists and interns there seem a lot more in touch with what's going on then Dr.Eskow.
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Locations & DirectionsDAVID NEIL ESKOW DDS, 18119 Cashell Rd, Olney, MD
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