Until recently, I would have given Fuller Dental a 5-star rating; however, I can no longer do that. I cannot recommend Fuller Dental at all.At one of my routine visits, my dentist advised me to have some work done even though I was not experiencing any problems. I am not a dentist, and because I trusted my dentist, I agreed to have the procedures done. I was given an estimate based on what my insurance was going to pay. When I arrived at the office to have the work done, I paid my insurance portion of the bill, the work was done, and I was on my way.I received a $500 bill several months later. I was told that the insurance company had denied the claim. Upon further investigation, I discovered that P&R (the company that handles claims for the insurance company - who knew?) had denied it because of insufficient information from the provider. I also found out that only providers are allowed to contact P&R (I still dont know what P&R stands for). According to Fuller Dental, they have provided all the information to P&R, and there is nothing else they can do.So, now Fuller Dental has turned over the bill to collections and will not provide services to my wife and me. I have discussed this with several different people at their office with no relief. I believe that if Fuller Dental is unable to provide the proper information to P&R, and that is why the claim is denied, that I should not be held liable.Could it be that all the dentists who work at Fuller Dental are expected to produce billable services to maintain their status with the firm, and by doing so, they look for work much like a car mechanic? I suspect this is precisely what is going on, and they may have performed unnecessary work on me and are unable to provide documentation to back it up. Now, they expect me to pay for it.Therefore, I cannot recommend Fuller Dental to anyone. If you decide to ignore this warning, be prepared for the same experience.