He has a small office near the Norton Museum. It reminds me of the dental office I used to take my daughters to when they were young; the chair with the overhead lamp, and the water fountain-looking thing where you get water and then spit. Most dentists I've been to these days don't have you spit into that thing; they have that suction thing in your mouth so if you're numb, you don't spit on yourself. Dr.Meeker's office looks that old.
He's a really nice dentist and he has just as nice a staff, but I think he cuts corners here and there. I went to him a few months ago and he told me not to spend a lot of money of my teeth (the bottom ones really hurt me), but when I went to another dentist for a second opinion, I was told that I should get work done very soon. I appreciate Dr. Meeker trying to save me money (at least I think that's what he was doing), but I need my teeth! I want them to look good so when I smile I'm not embarassed.
Overall he's a good dentist, but for major work, I'd seek a second opinion.