Here is what happened: the hygienist lady in a dark suit pulled two of my fillings while flossing and left me bleeding while explaining thats how much force you have to use to floss your teeth and said they fell out because I was drinking too much tea. How many hygienists can tell you medical advice? Sounds like illegal practice of dentistry by a hygienist. Then she made excuses not to call the doctor, saying hes busy and cant see me. Then she threatened me saying “ I will lose the “fight” if I decide to put one up because I was drinking tea when I should be drinking water.” Plus no hygienist is allowed to give any medical advice, and the reason why she pulled the fillings is because she used so much force so that even my gums started bleeding.The doctor said the fillings that were accidentally pulled would be free for me to fix. Instead, they billed my insurance for the full price of the fillings that they intentionally pulled during flossing which increased the out of pocket payments for other procedures which they billed. The office manager threatened me with her body language to make my dental work really poor if I ever decide to complain. Can someone tell me if what they are doing is insurance fraud?They wont put my old crown back in place because they drilled a hole in it, and want me to pay for another crown. What a great business model?! Sounds like fraud. They left me walking with holes in my teeth because they didnt immediately fix the fillings that they pulled in hopes that the tooth will get more damage so they can earn more money. I still have a crown that they will refuse to put back for over 2 months, also hoping that I will develop an infection so that they can make money on a root canal. This is the example of below the standard of care practices. Can someone tell me if what they are doing is fraud? Medical malpractice or intentionally causing me damages to increase their incomes?In conclusion: I went in, during flossing the hygienist pulled two fillings, refused to call the doctor, scheduled my appointment far ahead so the infection develops, doctor saw the holes from the fallen fillings and said you will need a crown, but for now we will do fillings. They billed my insurance for the fillings after the doctor said they will be free to me.They previously drilled a hole in my crown and they refuse to put the crown back n place for over 2 months. They want me to pay for the replacement. How is this not fraud? Attorney General please protect our community! My crown is still moving in my mouth which can choke me, scratch my gums, because the company who placed it refuses to put it back and wants money for replacement.MOST IMPORTANTLY: the problem that I originally came with - placement of the loose crown back in the tooth IS STILL not resolved!!!! Is this Stone Age?P.s. the drills the doctor uses for the procedures are laying on the open, so if you get your teeth infected you have to ask why they reuse the same drills from patient to patient without disinfecting or securing the drills according to the protocol. Their failure to disinfect the equipment recklessly endangers patients’ health and safety!