708 NW Commerce Dr, Lees Summit, MO | Directions 6408638.925305 -94.384601
M-F 8am-5pm, Sa-Su Closed
Are you kidding me?! How could anyone give this guy a good review? I ONLY WISH I would have done my homework on this so called oral surgeon before I took my daughter there to have her impacted wisdom teeth removed. My daughter literally was in there 10 minutes and I'm horrified to think what she went through while she was out under general anesthesia! When they called me back, I knew immediately something was wrong! Not wanting to scare her, I let them wheel my child out to the car where my husband was waiting. She looked like a stroke victim! I went back in the office and found this so called Dr. and said you have done something to my daughter. She could not close her eye, or smile. He came out to the car and stated it was probably from the general anesthesia. Then after he saw her, he stated it was facial palsy from the change in temp from the office to the car. ARE YOU KIDDING ME??? She was like that while she was sitting in his chair!! So, he never checked on her after he YANKED her teeth out. The so called nurses didn't catch it either. SEROUSLY??? Dr. Salono runs those children through there like cattle and that's the only way I know how to describe it. I will also find every review page and WARN people to stay away from this guy. And EVERYONE should REPORT this guy to the state boards. Dr. Solano, you should be ashamed of the way you treat your patients. BTW...it's pretty obvious when I mentioned your name to friends and family...they were horrified I took her to your drive through "office."
Terrible experience! I've had two implants done with Solano. I needed three implants, but he said I had no room for one of them, but when I came back for a check up, an assistant was asking me when I would get my third implant done. It was ridiculous. When I got the two implants done, I woke up with a bloody mouth and I never saw Solano, I only saw his assistants. After a few months, I went back to get my implants exposed, which they typically cut part of the gums to show the titanium screw. He numbed the area, which hurt and he seemed very careless about it, then left for half an hour talking, loudly, to his other patients. By the time he came back around to me, the numbing was slowly waring off. While cutting my gums, I was in pain and my mouth was aching. I will never go back to him ever again. He told me that I NEEDED jaw surgery, and would grill me about when I was going to get it done. I got a second opinion and was told it's not necessary. When I informed Solano I was not getting the $14,000 surgery that insurance doesn't cover, he was very rude about it.
If you ever need an implant/tooth extraction/anything done, look into Dr. Busch, he's absolutely amazing! I went in scared and in tears, and I left with a smile because it was so painless! He was able to give me an implant in the spot Solano said was too small originally. I didn't feel the shot from the numbing medicine or anything! I didn't feel A THING throughout the surgery! I am very happy with the results from Dr. Busch and I was back at work the next day! His assistants are great and really care about their patients. Words can't describe how grateful I am to have found him.
This man ruined my life! I will find every rating site I can to tell my story. Because when he did a regular extraction, I told him days later it was numb and painful. He insisted I get in and get the really bad wisdom tooth out as well as some jaw bone (my good DDS agreed on that) - However, this man put me under deep sedation and yanked my neck so hard and quick - I had to have brain surgery! I have a forever chronic condition called Trigeminal Neuralgia - Nicknamed "Suicide Disease" - worst pain known to man. I lost a year of my life on meds and could not work. I had to quit my job and fly out of state to an excellent neurosurgeon. I'm 80% better - but that is not guaranteed forever. You can also get this from being in a carwreck with whiplash - the worst part is that narcotics do not work on this pain and I cannot sue him. The last person that tried, he made her look like she was psycho/looney. It's sad and he probably sleeps on his pillows of gold with a clear concious.
Fast food drive thru of oral surgeons is a perfect way to describe Solano! He is rude and does not listen if you have a problem. Makes you feel like a bother. Told me if the pain continued to go to a pain center and a nuerologist!?!? He's the one who did the work! I actually started crying in the chair over the fact that he said a pulled tooth can hurt like I was for up to 6 months....
Worst Experience Ever!!! – I went into have a tooth pulled and it was the worst experience ever!! He wasn't polite, gave me a shot without numbing my gums..came back in and said raise your mouth he put this thing on and pressed so hard I thought he was going to knock my front teeth out and he yacked my back tooth 3x's and put done utensil he was using and walked out. No goodbye or what to do for pain, never offered anything...his assistant gave me a paper and that was it. I felt raped. I've been to plenty dentist and oral surgeons in my life and NEVER have I ever experienced such for a so called oral surgeon. He needs to be reported for his burtality. Its all about the money and not the patients. Not to mention I noticed I still have a piece of tooth in my mouth so I have to go my dentist to have it removed because I would NEVER step foot back in that place. They all where like robots.
Worst Experience I have had – I have NEVER been the type to get on and write any kind of review. But this was by far, the worst experience I have had with any doctor. I am a college student who is studying vocal performance, so my life is singing. I have had jaw problems for 3 years (before I ever started singing). I experience clicking and a lot of pain, especially in the morning when I wake up.
Today I went to meet with him with the hope that I could get a mouth guard to sleep with at night. Well instead, I waited in the waiting room for 45minutes and met with the doctor for only 5 minutes. He was extremely impersonal and told me that I needed to stop singing for 4 weeks to see if that helped. He acted as if my career choice was impractical and that I should no longer pursue it. He also told me that TMJ is like diabetes, not very treatable. It was very disappointing and I will not be going back to him. He did not offer any real help and did not seem to care about the pain that I am experiencing. The only thing I can say good about today, was the office staff was all very nice.
I do highly advise going to Dr. Sroor in Lee's Summit. I called them today after my appointment with Dr. Solano, and a woman at his office spent 20 minutes on the phone with me and giving me great advise. I have an appointment with them this week to get a mouth guard.
Terrible Experience – I would first like to say I am a person with a very high threshhold for pain. I had a tooth removed by Mr. Solano; and it ended up getting dry socket. I guess you cannot blame the dentist for this happening. However, it only occurs in 5% of cases. Solano treated me like I was not a patient; but a machine he was doing work on. He was rough. He gave me a painful shot; and I get these all the time at my regular dentist w/o intense pain. It seems his office is a hurried place. I have recently been to a superb oral surgeon ( Steven Prostevich). He took the time to talk to me about what would happen in a consultation to prep me. He was awesome. And my remaining wisdom teeth healed very nicely w/o pain. I don't care so much about personal talk; but at least treat me as if you care.
Bad experience – They got me in immediately to get 1 wisdom tooth removed that was partially impacted. They did an x-ray and got me back in the chair within 30 min. He came in and I didn't even see his face. He told me to open up. He said oh painfull. And grabbed my cheek and pulled it outward and jammed the needle in and then another, I asked for him to give me a second because it was painful the way he was doing it and he said sure and while he was saying sure he jammed it in again. I winced in pain and he slapped me across the face. He left the room and came back in a moment later and started pulling while I was crying. I told him it hurt because it wasn't numb yet and he told me no that I was just scared. I cried while I was in, I cried while I was walking out....and I cried the whole 30 minutes back home to north kc. As soon as I got home I called my regular dentist which got me in immediately and numbed me. I felt like I had been abused and am literally traumatized from the experience. I have never written a review about anyone before. And I do realize he has a big business...but it was uncalled for. I can not even believe to this very second that I got treated that way.
Just pray for him
Super nice Dr – Dr Solano is a very friendly dentist. I was being treated for TMJ and he spent a lot of time listening to me and giving good advice about my jaw pain and clicking. I already feel better! If you need TMJ treatment, I would definitely go to him. The office staff was very nice and professional and helped with my insurance issues.
Dr. Solano is the ONLY Oral Surgeon you should trust – Both of my children have had their wisdom teeth pulled by Dr. Solano and for anyone who has a negative comment about him, needs to understand this man is busy and he has a busy office. If he doesn't have time to "chat" with you do not take it personally. We have always had a quick but professional experience in his office and his staff has always been more than accommodating each time. I would recommend Dr. Solano to anyone in need of his service.
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