Overview

Dr. Mark J. Ebers DDS is a male dentist in Lincoln, NE. His CareDash rating is 5.0 out of 5 by 2 patients, and he has 2 reviews. He is licensed to practice by the state board in Nebraska (5737).

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Patient Reviews

Overall Rating

5.0

(2 Ratings)

Communication:

5.0 (1)

Scheduling:

5.0 (1)

Staff:

5.0 (1)

Treatment:

5.0 (1)

Bedside Manner:

5.0 (1)

Average Wait Time:

Under 15 minutes

Recommended by 1 Reviewer

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January 16, 2018

CareDash User

Trusted Reviewer

1 Review

Lincoln, NE

Dr. Mark J Ebers is wonderful!

He got me in immediately my very first time because I had horrible tooth problems. I couldn’t thank him enough for helping me!

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Under 15 minutes

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July 31, 2017

Stormie Estes

Trusted Reviewer

1 Review

Lincoln, NE

Dr. Mark Ebers is a great dentist.

He explains every process of what he is about to do & why he's doing it. He is very attentive and gentle.

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About Dr. Ebers

Basic Information

Full Name: Mark Johnson Ebers

Gender: Male

License Number: 5737 - Issued by the state board in Nebraska

Specialties: Dentistry

NPI: 1215041009

Location

Office Information

7121 A Street

Suite 201

Lincoln, NE 68510

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(402) 489-7121

(402) 489-7121

Conditions Treated

As a Dentist, Dr. Ebers may treat the following 14 conditions:

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