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Dr. Remy Blanchaert DDS - Oral Surgeon

2.5 based on 7 reviews

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Wichita, KS

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Dr. Remy Blanchaert Rating 2.5 stars based on 7 reviews $$$
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Smiling Patient likes Dr. Remy Blanchaert on Nov. 7, 2017, 9:42 a.m.
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Smiling Patient dislikes Dr. Remy Blanchaert on Oct. 29, 2016, 8:07 p.m.
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Review 1 by Stars: 2.5 on Link
RUDE!!! arrogant, said he was the best dr in wichita, which he is NOT. very short with us, we walked out was afraid to have him touch my daughter. Would recommend not to go to this guy, unless you like to be treated poorly.

About Front Desk: Actually they apologised for his behaviour. BAD doctor!!!

I know this doctor: 6 months

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Smiling Patient dislikes Dr. Remy Blanchaert on Oct. 28, 2016, 11:20 a.m.
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Review 2 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
My daughter had her wisdom teeth taken out and he,was very caring and kind. We,were very pleased with the,care we received

About Front Desk: Very friendly and helpful

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I know this doctor: 5 years

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Smiling Patient likes Dr. Remy Blanchaert
Great! on June 3, 2016, 3:18 p.m. Link
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Review 3 by Stars: 2.5 on Link
I went into Dr. Blanchaert's office today to get my wisdom teeth removed (4). Although the westside office is elegant and sleek, and some of the staff are courteous, I feel as though I was just another patient. In fact, I can't emphasize how immensely I felt as just any other patient. I understand that this is routine for them, but this is serious for me. Having never undergone surgery of any type before, I was nervous beforehand and the staff did little to calm my nerves. I wasn't asked if I had any last minute questions, I just felt as though they ushered me in and ushered me out. They were also rude and arrogant towards my father. Being condescending towards your patients is NO way to do business. Even when I called a few hours after my operation with some questions, they put me on hold for 7 minutes and when I finally did get to speak to someone, she shoo'ed me off the phone after one simple question. I had 5 more, but was too angry to even bother calling back. Dr. Remy is a charming individual, even if it did feel like an act, and I'm sure he did a fine job on my teeth. But I have never felt so alienated by a staff before in my life. It is a pity that just adding a little reassurance to my visit would've gone a long way.

About Front Desk: Their receptionists are standoffish, extremely impersonal, and arrogant. You are a DOCTOR'S OFFICE. Your most important job is to assure patients that they are in good, caring hands. They completely and totally fail in this regard. And others.

I know this doctor: one year,

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Review 4 by Stars: 2.0 on Link
Went to see him because I'm losing pieces of my jaw bone. This was my second time seeing him and he came into the room with a horrible attitude leaned me back and used his sharp tool and started digging in my gum, told me I wasn't relaxing my tongue 2 seconds later and then began throwing a tantrum and stormed out of the room! Was rude, arrogant and I've never been treated with such disrespect and a lack of human kindness or compassion. Asked the assistant if there was another ortho I could see in the building and she whispered afraid of responding and said you are putting me in a bad position! She was afraid she would lose her job if she stood up for me!! reporting this guy to the dental board!

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I know this doctor: 6 weeks

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Smiling Patient dislikes Dr. Remy Blanchaert
Terrible on June 30, 2014, 4:27 p.m. Link
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Review 5 by Stars: 1.0 on Link
My dad went to see Dr. Blanchaert after he was diagnosed with oral cancer.We had our 1st appointment with Dr. Blanchaert and I could tell he was very arrogant but hoped that just meant he knew what he was doing. Several days later I called Dr. Blancaert's assistant because my dad was unable to eat and he was getting very weak and also to let them know that the tumor was growing very quickly. I was treated as if I was a complete moron and told that that cancer had been there for at least 6 months and I just needed to relax. As for eating, just make him some scrambled eggs and he should be fine! At the preop appt, my dad asked a couple of questions as Dr. Blanchaert was describing the procedure that he would be doing. He became very angry that we were interupting him and left the room. When he came back, he let my dad know in no uncertain terms what the "doctor/patient relationship" looked like. We were to sit and listen until he was finished talking, THEN we could ask questions. We questioned then whether or not that was how things should work. He became even more angry and stormed out of the room saying he would find us a new surgeon, which he did not I might add. That was 8 months ago. My dad passed away last week because his cancer spread so quickly and we didn't get it removed in time. Our new doctor was awful too so it wasn't all Dr. Blanchaert's fault but I honestly believe if he had been able to see past his complete ARROGANCE to a sick old man's fear, my dad would still be with us!!!
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