I went to Dr. Grant's office with a chipped tooth, and a need to set up a treatment plan for my other teeth as well. I was nervous and had been fearful of dentists for years. After the first visit, and a brief run down of the procedure I'd need to fix my tooth, I did feel better. \r
During the actual procedure (my second visit), I learned that Dr. Grant's actual patient care was not all that wonderful. He was much rougher than necessary. I was in and out in 30 minutes, and he spent all of 5 minutes with me, cracking jokes at my expense. Perhaps this is his bedside manner, but I don't think laughs towards an already nervous patient is acceptable.\r
I didn?t feel the treatment area was hygienic (there were splatters on the instrument panels, etc). The actual instruments were kept in a drawer in the kind of sorter you may have in your kitchen, touching each other and completely unwrapped,\r
On a brighter note, the staff at Dr. Grant's office was helpful and great.