I wanted to take a moment and thank you and your team for totally putting me at ease during my recent visit. I feel that this is one of the best cleanings I have ever received and look forward to my next visit. I did not know a visit to the Dentist could be this enjoyable.
Thank you so very much for all those eating gift cards! I was happy to recommend your superb dental care to others – no thank you gift card was needed for that!! But again, thank you so much!
I need an appointment to get my last amalgam-filled tooth crowned. Anytime after the last of June should work well for me. God bless you for all your work. Not just for what you have done for me, but for what you do for all your patients. Especially for those who could not afford to get this type of work done. There are many ways for Christ’s followers to do the work of the Father’s Kingdom. You certainly are going about His good work using the talents and skills He has blessed you with.
I recently chipped a molar and was very concerned that I would need a crown over the chipped tooth. However, after you examined my tooth, you advised me that you could bond a filling which would avoid the need for a crown. I was so relieved!
I want to take this means to thank you for this less intrusive procedure than the crown—which I was frankly dreading – and also, wanted to let you know that the filling work perfectly.
I am very pleased and wanted to thank you for a job well done.
I can’t thank you enough for the beautiful job you did on my teeth. Everybody loves my new smile!!
I hope everything turned out alright with your daughter’s health. My Mary Ellen loves her job, and it makes me happy knowing that. Thank you again.
Being the quintessential cynic, I find it hard to believe that you and your staff could have pleased me so totally. I am 110% pleased and can recommend your fantastic services to anyone!
Returning to your office today was like coming back home. As you know, we recently moved to a neighboring town and I looked for a dentist closer to our new home.
I asked some of my new neighbors for referrals to these dentists, and was dismayed at the lukewarm response I received from them. It seemed they regarded a dentists’ visit as a necessary evil – not the enjoyable experience I’d had with you and your staff.
I finally selected a dentist who seemed promising, but was extremely disappointed with the entire experience. From a long wait in his office to a billing error, the process was aggravating. Most importantly, he ruined some of the work you’d done on my teeth for the past few years!
So here I am –your prodigal patient – happy to be back and appreciating the warm welcome you and your staff have shown. Some things are worth the drive.
Blessings to you and yours,