In terms of Dr. Rogler and his wife Debbie's bedside manner, I can say that I was always pleased. My first visit in 2013 was painless, successful. Cleaning and a cavity that was filled. My second visit, he found 4 cavities. After one was filled, it cracked. That then needed a crown. After the crown was placed, it didn't fit well so he ordered a new one. I must have visited him 15 times to get the bite adjusted; I always felt sensitivity. Eventually, he referred me for a root canal. The root canal was successful, but I still felt sensitity from the crown. Over the course of the next year, I went one several more visits to dr rogler and my endodontist to get the bite adjusted. Eventually, after the endodontist practically filed the crown down to nothing, the discomfort went away. Recently, I found a new dentist to get the filling looked at (and yes, it was cracked - another filling Dr. Rogler did). In addiiton, this dentist , plus two more dentists (when I got second opinions), all agreed: Your former dentist (Dr. Rogler) gave you a crappy crown that never fit, and crappy fillings, because you had crappy insurance. Now, I have to pay over 1k to get a new crown and new inlay. In addition, when my current dentist removed the crown, he saw how swollen the gum was; apparently, the crown was so poorly sized, my gum was inflamed and "probably got a lot of bacteria in it" the whole time I had it. I would not suggest seeing Dr. Rogler unless you need a simple cleaning. He also takes TONS of xrays to add to the bill.