Wiesbaden Dental Care
Bahnstraße 14, 65205 Wiesbaden, Germany
Rating: 3.7
Rated count: 18

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5 thoughts on “Wiesbaden Dental Care”
  1. I was really impressed with both the breadth of experience, the conservative approach and the really comfortable chair-side manner of Dr. Marburger. My family and I have had all around positive experiences at this practice with multiple dentists. Our kids were comfortable. We were generally seen on time. The dentists and hygienists take plenty of time during appointments to do thorough work. It’s nice to be able to easily communicate without anyone judging your total and utter failure to learn basic German.

  2. Prices are highest in town, quoted me 2,000 dollars for a crown, as a civilian my insurance isn’t as good as they think it is. Definitely taking advantage of trip-care people while here I can get a gold crown from the Germans for that price.

  3. We’ve had an excellent experience here without any issues. And so I’m surprised the rating isn’t much higher. All of the staff are always helpful and polite. Dr Lackhoff is very experienced, honest and thorough. Stephanie was my dental hygienist and she was so nice! She did a great job and was so caring, thorough & professional simultaneously! She’s the best hygienist I’ve had and I’ve had some wonderful ones, so it means a lot 🙂

  4. I have been coming here for a couple of years now, and it has been the best dental clinic. I was traumatized as a child because of overly sensitive teeth/strong nerves, and have always been terrified of the dentist. But Dr. Lackhoff is as skilled and gentle as she is funny and friendly. All while being honest , polite, and helpful. The rest of the staff is also extremely friendly, and I love that they work WITH you, instead of ON you. I cannot say enough good things.

  5. Staff are helpful, friendly, and responsive. However, the two stars is due to the cost. My insurance is not accepted by the practitioner – which we found out after going. Thus, a basic exam with xtrays, etc. for my dependent cost me over $400 (after conversion to USD). That is unreasonabley expensive, particulary here in Germany, and even if one’s insurance covered the costs. Very unfortunate.

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