My father was an excellent dentist. All my life (am now 63) dentists have asked me, the moment they look in my mouth, ""Wow! Who did your inlays!?"" So I know a good DDS when I find one. I'm here to tell you: Dr. Nisha Krishnaiah has good hands and good eyes. She's strong but gentle, non-intrusive. And, she's decisive, which is really important -- whether excavating or preping. And she's a conservative strategist, which I appreciate. Example: I cracked a molar on an olive pit. Could have just yanked the tooth and done an implant. Expensive! Instead, we decided to try a crown. It worked! Also, the other folks on her staff are sharp, so the teamwork is smooth. It's like playing in a good orchestra under a good conductor. That reminds me: you even get to select the type of music you want to listen to while you're in the chair.