Fairfax Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Reston

          3 / 5 (14)

12359 Sunrise Valley Dr #300, Reston, VA 20191, USA

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Asiah Assaad
           1 / 5   2 months ago
The receptionists are very informative. They were very rude and inconsiderate about everything. They just want you to file the paperwork and pay up without knowing what you are paying for. They don't run it by insurance either. This place is not worth going to. I highly recommend going to another surgeon.
Leila McDowell
           1 / 5   a month ago
Stay away from Dr. Daniel Winoker. He pulled my tooth which resulted in a root being exposed causing me intense and excruciating pain. When I went back for the pain the first time about a month after the surgery- he took xrays and just said the surgery was fine and everything was ok but that I might experience continued pain. He offered no diagnosis or help. I went back a second time when the pain became unbearable. He added a cat scan and again offered no help just reiterating that his surgery pulling my tooth was fine. He finally looked inside my mouth with cameras and discovered the exposed root next to where he had pulled my tooth. He offered no relief just said to take advil and that it could take up to a year for the pain to go away - which was unacceptable - I couldn't live with that pain for any longer than another day . He had no compassion for the unbearable pain I was suffering from including being unable to sleep. He seemed more interested in just exonerating himself. The first tine he spent more time selling me on a PRP facial which my dermatologist said could have caused me hyperpigmentation rather than figuring out a way for me to not have continued excruciating pain. Again Dr, Winoker seemed more interested in profit and making sure that he wasn't blamed for anything then helping me. In desperation, I called my regular, wonderful and exceptional dentist Dr. Canal in Reston, Va who kindly prescribed a tooth gel that helps the exposed root heal and also ameliorates the pain. Why Dr. Winoker didn't offer any help or that prescription is beyond me. In addition, he neglected to give me the standard syringe that his nurse said he should have to help clean the wound after my tooth was pulled. Fortunately, it did not get infected but no thanks to Dr. Winoker.
Jazmyn Summers
           1 / 5   a month ago
Stay away from Dr. Daniel Winoker. He pulled my tooth which resulted in a root being exposed causing me intense and excruciating pain. When I went back for the pain the first time about a month after the surgery- he took xrays and just said the surgery was fine and everything was ok but that I might experience continued pain. He offered no diagnosis or help. I went back a second time when the pain became unbearable. He added a cat scan and again offered no help just reiterating that his surgery pulling my tooth was fine. He finally looked inside my mouth with cameras and discovered the exposed root next to where he had pulled my tooth. He offered no relief just said to take advil and that it could take up to a year for the pain to go away - which was unacceptable - I couldn't live with that pain for any longer than another day . He had no compassion for the unbearable pain I was suffering from including being unable to sleep. He seemed more interested in just exonerating himself. The first tine he spent more time selling me on a PRP facial which my dermatologist said could have caused me hyperpigmentation rather than figuring out a way for me to not have continued excruciating pain. Again Dr, Winoker seemed more interested in profit and making sure that he wasn't blamed for anything then helping me. In desperation, I called my regular, wonderful and exceptional dentist Dr. Canal in Reston, Va who kindly prescribed a tooth gel that helps the exposed root heal and also ameliorates the pain. Why Dr. Winoker didn't offer any help or that prescription is beyond me. In addition, he neglected to give me the standard syringe that his nurse said he should have to help clean the wound after my tooth was pulled. Fortunately, it did not get infected but no thanks to Dr. Winoker.
David Kim
           5 / 5   10 months ago
This is a fabulous and best place to get your wisdom teeth pulled out. I was amazed by how little pain and discomfort I felt during the procedure. Dr. Park was my dentist and he was great. The rest of the staff and assistants are very friendly too.
Hemi Kim
           5 / 5   a year ago
Staff are friendly and seem to be good at dental implants. The doctor and his assistants answered questions thoroughly and with reassurances.
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