If you just need a cleaning, filling or a single extraction these people can handle it.If you need any more advanced dentistry, avoid them like the plague. Brushed off on the matter of implants, 13 top teeth were pulled and an ""immediate"" denture placed. Here the problems begin. the next day I went in and had the denture taken out and replaced. I called the following Monday and stated I had an excruciating pain. I received an appointment to go in the next day. At that time I was told I had one dry socket and infections in 2 of the other extraction sites. He injected the local anesthetic and started scraping on the bone before it had even taken effect. At that time I indicated there was a sore spot on the other side (it turned out to be a spur from the extractions). He took the denture and carved some of it off, but it wasn't the denture that was hurting, it was my mouth. He put in the ""soft liner"" to make it fit until I healed further, but the taste was atrocious. It tasted like the old model glue smelled. When I complained of the taste he told me to put vaseline on it. My new dentist sent me to a periodontist who told me there was no reason for me to have lost my teeth as the bone graft would have saved them. The cost to save my teeth would have been less that what I paid him.