My mother has been seeing a dentist for the last 2 years after her stroke. He claims I should get someone to come to the home...I was broadsided by this sudden brush off...as he left the office the day of her dental cleaning.... for an emergency and I found out through a conversation with the hygienist who commented that , " They don't work on people like my mother?" I have since contacted the dentist who said I could contact a dentist who comes to the home....I contacted the number of his referral and spoke to the receptionist who stated it is $280 for the inital visit and there are no guarantees that the work can be done at home. Now I am upset because with numberous cavities.... mother needs help...although they are not hurting her yet...I am concerned about the possibility of infection developing in her mouth. Should I tell the new dentist I see how the old dentist felt? He put this in his notes about how stressful it was to work on her.... I spoke with our primary doctor who said that didn't seem appropriate to not treat people with declining health... The dentist justified that I can't force him to treat my mother.... Any suggestions?