Richard Kennedy Jr, DDS

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Location
1791 Oak Avenue, Suite A
in the Oak Avenue Professional Complex
Hours
M 8-5, Tu-Th 7-4
Phone
(530)753-2053
Website
[WWW]http://www.davisdental.com/
[WWW]http://www.implantdentistdavis.com/

A dentist offering sedation and cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Kennedy was included in the Delta Dental plan in March of 2010.

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2008-03-17 15:37:21   I really liked Dr. Kennedy and his staff. Unfortunately, he doesn't take Delta Dental—you have to pay him up front and then request reimbursement from Delta. Since he charges significantly over reasonable and customary rates, you won't get full reimbursement. I had to stop going to him as a result. —NancyWallace


2009-03-10 12:10:35   Dr. Kennedy and his staff are great. The dental exam is very thorough and the cleanings make your teeth feel nice and shiny. The staff is great and soooo nice. We love going here. —LauraBruno


2010-01-25 09:36:51   I think He's a great dentist. The staff is nice, all very professional. Unfortunately, I can't use him as he is not a participating doctor in any insurance plan, so he's out of network for all dental insurance - add that he's expensive atop that (as others indicate well over any insurance reimbursable rates) and if I try to use him, I pay over a thousand dollars more for the same work - for one appointment. He's good - but not a grand more good. Sad day, but I gotta move on... Not a good time in the economy to be hittin' people this hard Doc. —KenK


2013-11-25 13:41:48   WARNING. Nice person, yes, competent dentist, NO. I saw Richard Kennedy for four years before moving to the bay area. Each time I saw him he informed me that I had no cavities. He would say, "Well, it looks like you have some tooth decay here, but there's nothing to be concerned about. We'll just watch it." Just came back from a routine check up at my new dentist... 4 cavities and a broken filling that requires a crown. New dentist doesn't know how ANYONE could have missed this. DO NOT GO TO DR. KENNEDY. —LorettaSmith

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