I avoided the dentist for years due to a horrible experience and just plain I never liked going. However some issues in my mouth forced me back, these ladies were the closest in plan office and even though they can't work around all my cavities and issues they have made me not dread going. Nina was very kind and helpful doing my X-Rays and admitted she too has trouble with them. Sydney was so sweet and friendly while irrigating my teeth/gums. The doctor started doing my root canal and when she realized I might not need to suffer through that process when a partial crown might work she stopped the procedure, explained to me the benefits and risks/downsides and let me make an informed decision. I just got home from having the crown placed on my tooth and during this latest visit she was very concerned for me having any sensitivity to the cold water/air rinse and did her best to use gauze instead. She worked efficiently and carefully to make sure I didn't need unnecessary Novocain and every step of the way she was genuinely worried and concerned with making sure I was comfortable, that the crown was resting properly and not sitting to high. The ladies I have met so far are just super awesome and really seem to care about their patients. Even the receptionist, I think her name is Lindsay, was sweet when I bashfully admitted I had come from work and didn't get to brush my teeth. She just smiled and said it was OK they would get me a toothbrush and let me do it in the back room if I wanted to. Wow....I mean all these things add up to me almost wanting to destroy more of my teeth so I can come back and hang out with them. I won't though, I want to impress them with my new drive to keep my teeth looking beautiful like all of them!