Dr. Joel S Berger

Dr. Joel S Berger, DDS, MD

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Surgeon & Maxillofacial Surgery

30 years experience
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, French

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Awards & Distinctions


Associations

Scripps Green Hospital

Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego

Grossmont Hospital

UC San Diego Health System

Sharp Memorial Hospital

Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas

Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women

Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista

Sharp Coronado Hospital and Healthcare Center

Alvarado Hospital

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center

Children's Hospital - San Diego

Grossmont District Hospital

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Sharp Community Medical Group

Sharp Grossmont Hospital

Sharp Memorial Hosp, San Diego, Ca


Awards

Patients' Choice Award

Top 10 Doctor - State



Office location

1. No name organization
8008 Frost St Ste 311, San Diego, CA, 92103
Phone: 858-292-5175

2. No name organization
752 Medical Center Ct Ste 205, Chula Vista, CA, 91911
Phone: 858-482-6774

3. No name organization
6305 Castle Pl Ste 1D, Falls Church, VA, 22044
Phone: 703-534-5500


| ashleigh 10/05/2006

Dr. Berger and his staff made me feel comfortable about my oral surgery. I had to have all four of my wisdom teeth out and I was very anxious from the beginning. I had a clean, professional experience and my recovery time was minimal.


| Tygreyz 10/18/2006

Dr. Berger and his staff made me feel comfortable about my oral surgery. I had to have all four of my wisdom teeth out and I was very nervous about my first surgery. I had a slight complication afterward and they handled it immediately.


| Noname 07/06/2009

Since having surgery three years ago, I have come to learn that Dr. Berger does not do his homework. He left me on my own to address the numerous complications I have suffered and has caused permanet damage to me phyiscally, emotionally and financially. D


| Dorothy Simps 01/14/2010

Was first-time patient with emergency. They fit me in and he diagnosed necrotic bone and operated the same afternoon. Was very serious situation. Have had NO problems since.


| Noname 03/02/2010

Dr. Berger refused to respond to repeated calls to Scripps where he was on call, leaving my daughter to pass out from the pain of a dislocated jaw after waiting almost 4 hours. He said he would get there when he was finished with his office appointments.



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