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Businiess name:  Elizabeth Barra DDS
Review by:  Guest
Review content: 
This goes back to about 2001. I just took a job that was near her "practice" so I booked an appointment. The first thing she wanted to do was pull three teeth. Ok, that was unexpected. While pulling the first tooth, she said and I kid you not, "I don't know why I like to pull teeth, but I do". Imagine the look on my face. I went back to the office and in talking to co-workers, the husband of one of my co-workers had gone to her and she wanted to pull three teeth. He walked out. Another co-worker had a sister that worked for her but left after two weeks because she felt Barra was unprofessional. When I went back, supposing to have another tooth extracted. I asked her why she wanted to pull these teeth. She asked me if they were bothering me, I replied no and she replied "well I guess they can stay in". I filed a complaint with the ADA. I doubt it did any good.

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