Just Pull It was founded in 2018 by Dr. Jeffrey Hameroff. After practicing as a periodontist in Hernando County for over 30 years, Dr. Hameroff began to see a significant gap in patient care. Many of his patients coming in for consultations were not able to afford multi-step, expensive treatment plans. These patients were in pain, unable to live their daily lives, and only wanted to extract their problem teeth so they could sleep through the night. None of the offices in the area were offering extractions for an affordable fee.
Just Pull It started as just an idea, with reduced-fee extractions out of Dr. Hameroff’s primary practice. One day a week, the waiting room would fill with patients waiting to get out of pain fast. After several months, the need for this service outgrew the capacity of the office. Dr. Hameroff knew he had found a population of patients that needed his help, but he was not sure how to expand enough to provide the care that the community required.
After almost two years of persistence, Dr. Hameroff was able to open the doors of our first office in Spring Hill, Florida. Following a full day of surgeries, Dr. Hameroff and his assistants would travel to the Just Pull It office and help the community for several hours by providing low-cost, single-visit extractions. Over time, our reputation grew, and soon we were helping patients from as far away as New York.
Recently we have been able to expand, offering $150 extractions to patients in Pasco and Hillsborough counties with our Lutz and Tampa offices. Although prices have increased all across the board, we are committed to providing our service for the original fee – we have never inflated our prices. To date, we have helped over 15,000 patients return to their normal lives – pain free!
Our success comes from a commitment to helping others and providing quality service, and from our patients, for sharing their experiences with others.
We do what we do in the name of Marcia Robin Hameroff, sister, daughter, aunt, and friend, who was tragically killed in a trucking accident in 2016. While she left us too soon, in her honor we have helped many people. Thank you, Marcia.