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Old 14.02.2011, 14:55
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Urgent--dentist reference thanks

Hello,

I tried to get an emergency appt. with Dr. Jorgenssen but not possible. They proposed I see Dr. Montovon (I hope the spelling is correct).

Could you please share in the next 8 hours your experiece with this doctor? I could not find anything on Google.

Thanks!
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Old 14.02.2011, 15:08
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Re: Urgent--dentist reference thanks

I don't know anything about that particular dentist but, in case you need another option, I used the Zahnartzentrum in Barfusserplatz last year.
http://www.zahnarztzentrum.ch/de/zahnarzt/basel.html
I'd had an accident involving my bike & a tramtrack. The accident happened in the evening & I got the appointment the following afternoon. The work they did there was very good (2x root canals and crowns) and the dentist was nice.

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Old 14.02.2011, 17:28
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Thanks Sparky
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