Sure, Dr. Watson is friendly, as is most of the staff w/ the exception of the receptionist. The office is clean. That's where the good stuff ends and the horrible stuff begins. On my first visit, I showed up on time for my appointment, and yet wasn't seen for over 45 minutes while sitting in the chair! That's after they took me in late from the waiting room. I should have just gotten up and left at that point; nothing good could come from a dentist who is that behind schedule. Long- awful- story short, after my routine cleaning (which is what I was there for) they tell me I need several fillings, which is several more than I've ever needed at one time in my entire life (that's a lot of dental visits for me!)-- I'm in shock, and immediately I'm thinking they're in it for the money. They show me on the x-rays where the cavities are and I disagree with all but one. I schedule to come in for them to do the work, and here is where the nightmare begins. Even though Dr. Watson told me she was doing five fillings, she only drills two holes-- but charges me for all of the fillings she's prescribed! Sketchy. But not the worst part. No, the worst part is that the one filling that I remember her spending a lot of time on was completely botched. It was on the side of one of my back molars (in between the teeth). It's been over a year since she's done the work and to this day I still cannot floss between those teeth! She bonded them together! Yes, I went back and complained. Yes, she tried to fix it but she wasn't successful. And she charged me anyway! Needless to say, I am pretty pissed about this; the least she could do is not charge me for the filling she screwed up. I haven't been back for a check-up since then, but I'm sure the next time I go (to a different dentist, of course!) they will tell me I have another cavity in that spot because I can't floss or brush there! If a dentist can't do fillings, I wouldn't trust them to do a root canal, crowns or anything else! I strongly recommend going to a different dentist.