I had an emergency dental appt. They were able to get me in immediately, that part was great, however, everything went down hill from there. I immediately felt out of place by the looks from the staff as they kept looking at me like I was some charity case because I wasn't high society enough for them. The staff was very impersonal and stuck up. They roomed me and the dentist came in and said, "you need a root canal. The root canal alone will cost 1300 dollars and another however much for a crown when we get to that point", he said. As they started the nitrous the dentist then told me he would have to do the root canal over the course of a couple of visits but guaranteed me that I would feel much better and my pain would be improved after todays visit. That didn't happen. I left with my tooth packed and had a return visit to finish the root canal. I was in pain all night and returned the next day at my scheduled time to have the rest of the root canal done. I was crying in the chair and the dentist came in and said, "so your in pain" and I said yes. He said, "well, this is not typical" and wanted to wait to do anymore on my tooth since I was also having jaw pain from the day before. I said, "no, lets finish this" and he did. When they finished this time they abruptly took the nitrous off of me and told me to get up and sent me out the door. I was still heavily medicated on the nitrous and pushed out the door and I had to drive. The whole entire time during both procedures each day neither the dentists or hygienist spoke while I was sitting in the chair. There was no music playing and I could hear drilling being done on other patients which I found disturbing. The next day I called the dentist as the tooth was in severe pain. The receptionist had me speak to the dentist. The dentist on the phone said, "its not the tooth, its coming from adjoining teeth nearby" and I said, no its the tooth. The dentist then said, "listen to me, you may not like what I have to say, but I'm the dentist and I'm telling you, its not the tooth. You need to come in today and let me look at the other teeth as they may need a root canal". I hung up the phone and immediately went to another dentist who immediately determined it WAS the tooth indeed causing pain and immediately fixed the tooth.