Dr Hal Winn DMD

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  • 1391 East Reed Road
    Greenville, MS 38703
    United States
  • Phone: (662)332-9011
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I'm sure most of you have had toothaches. Wis.., 11-15-2013 08:54AM

By: Michelle Palmertree

I'm sure most of you have had toothaches. Wisdom teeth can hurt worse than child birth, right? When they flare up, you want them out asap. Even more so if you are like me and have Fibromyalgia, which intensifies all pain. So I just got off the phone with Dr. Hal Winn here in Greenville, Mississippi. I called, of course, to see about getting in to get my wisdom tooth pulled. I couldn't be seen today, but they would be there in the morning for emergencies. As much as I want this thing out today, I said okay to tomorrow. Then the girl goes into this spill about how if I didn't show tomorrow they would never see me again and that's their policy and I was like, okay and told her there was no way I was not *not* going to come. Then, as if this person knows me, she told me that I was sounding very "iffy" about coming and that their were many other people who would love to come tomorrow, etc. and so on and I was like, wait.. where is this coming from? I thought maybe I was sounding "iffy" because I really wanted the thing out today or maybe I just sound "offy" because I am in monster pain right now... Maybe a little of both. So I told her, "if I sound "iffy" it's only because I really wanted it out today and not because I don't want to come tomorrow."

Then she told me that back in April of (I don't remember what year), I had cancelled an appointment. I can't even comment on that because I don't remember it at all and I told her that. Well, she kept on and on about it. Finally I asked her what her problem was. I just couldn't understand her constantly going on with a patient like that unless she had a personal problem and I asked her what was wrong with her and she went postal really fast and told me to find another dentist and hung up on me. Who acts like that? Definitely not a professional.

So, I called back to get someone in charge on the phone and this woman who sounded older got on the phone and said she'd heard our conversation.. I corrected her. She heard the other girls end of the conversation, not mine and when I told the woman I had immediately taken the appt for tomorrow, she paused and was like, "you did?" I told her of course I did and that I didn't understand why this other girl started in on me about the consequences if I didn't show and just went on and on about it after I had taken the appt. So all was fine and I was going in tomorrow, then Dr. Winn got the phone from that woman and asked ME what the problem was. At that point there was no problem, but the girl with the problem apparently ran to him and told him there was... Yeah, for her there was a problem. Dr. Hal Winn talked to me like a dog based on whatever this girl told him. I told him I did not call there to argue with everyone on staff and that one girl had an obvious problem and now here he was instigating a problem with me himself based on this girl &

I'm sure most of you have had toothaches. Wis.., 11-15-2013 07:53AM

By: Michelle Palmertree

I'm sure most of you have had toothaches. Wisdom teeth can be a bitch, right? When they flare up, you want them out asap. So I just got off the phone with Dr. Hal Winn here in Greenville, Mississippi. I called, of course, to see about getting in to get my wisdom tooth pulled. I couldn't be seen today, but they would be there in the morning for emergencies. As much as I want this thing out today, I said okay to tomorrow. Then the girl goes into this spill about how if I didn't show tomorrow they would never see me again and that's their policy and I was like, okay and told her there was no way I was not *not* going to come. Then, as if this person knows me, she told me that I was sounding very "iffy" about coming and that their were many other people who would love to come tomorrow, etc. and so on and I was like, wait.. where is this coming from? I thought maybe I was sounding "iffy" because I really wanted the thing out today or maybe I just sound "offy" because I am in monster pain right now... Maybe a little of both. So I told her, "if I sound "iffy" it's only because I really wanted it out today and not because I don't want to come tomorrow."

Then she told me that back in April of (I don't remember), I had canceled an appointment. I can't even comment on that because I don't remember it at all and I told her that. Well, she kept on and on about it. Finally I asked her what her problem was. I just couldn't understand her constantly going on and on with a patient like that unless she had a personal problem. Maybe she knew me from school or somewhere and didn't like me for whatever reason? I don't know, but she went postal really fast and told me to find another dentist and hung up on me. Who acts like that? Definitely not a professional.

So, I called back to get someone in charge on the phone and this woman who sounded older got on the phone and said she'd heard out conversation.. I corrected her. She heard the other girls end of the conversation, not mine and when I told the woman I had immediately taken the appt for tomorrow, she paused and was like, "you did?" I told her of course I did and that I didn't understand why this other girl started in on me about the consequences if I didn't show and just went on and on about it after I had taken the appt. So all was fine and I was going in tomorrow, then Dr. Winn got the phone from that woman and asked ME what the problem was. At that point there was no problem, but the girl with the problem apparently ran to him [insert dramatic running music here] and told him there was... Yeah, for her there was a problem. Dr. Hal Winn talked to me like a dog based on whatever BS this girl told him. I told him I did not call there to argue with everyone on staff and that one girl had an obvious problem and now here he was instigating a problem with me himself based on this gi

I called this dentist office twice this morning, O.., 10-31-2011 05:54AM

By: Melissa Bowie

I called this dentist office twice this morning, October 31, 2011 between 8:30 and 9:00 a.m. The lady that answers the phone to make appointments was EXTREMELY rude. She even went so far as to tell me how she would pronounce my last name even though I spelled it for her and gave her the correct pronunciation. My mother has been a long time customer of this particular dentist but after today I would NEVER recommend this dentist office to anybody. To unprofessional and no customer sympathy at all.

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