Last summer I decided to travel to India to get dental implants. My U.S. dentist, a very skilled Georgetown University graduate, had tried every way to save and fix bridge after bridge but had with good reason warned me that such solutions were only temporary, considering that bridges are subject to constant pressure and are bound to fail. A permanent solution, he said, would be to get implants. As is well-known, getting Dental Implants in the U.S. almost requires getting a second mortgage. I decided to look elsewhere, but elsewhere is vast and uncertain, filled with "sure, we can fix it" charlatans and other "holy water" practitioners. Furthermore, while "elsewhere" is unknown territory, unknown practices, and a lot of uncertainty, it also may lead to gems, such as Dr. Mahesh Chauhan. I am not easily wowed and I do not throw praise around easily but when I say that Dr. Chauhan is a gem of a dental surgeon, Not only does he reply to his emails, his assessments are conservative and careful and his advice is sound and plentiful. He is not prone to excitement, that's for sure. No "great", no "amazing" with him; just plenty of humility and modesty and fantastic results at extremely affordable rates. Now, close to year after I got five implants, I can testify with much appreciation and gratitude to the expert level of work Dr. Mahesh Chauhan has performed. Upon my return from India last January, I went to visit my dentist in Bethesda, MD, to show him the work done by Dr. Chauhan. His reaction was "Wow, this is wonderful cosmetic and engineering work." And I have to say, I fully agree with him.
A million thanks to Dr. Chauhan. Kamal Karachi, United States