What I like best about Dr. Rhoden is that he's a perfectionist and does everything in life to the best of his abilities and that comes across in his clinic.
His office is the most high-tech I've seen. He uses lasers for many procedures and there are flat screens above each chair were you can see your procedure in progress if you so choose.
Even for a cleaning I was mildly anesthised which I didn't think I needed but it actually makes the experience a whole lot better. Why have something hurt if it doesn't have to?
I physically chipped my tooth and went in to get a crown. Before my procedure began I was fully briefed on what was going to happen each step of the way.
When I first got in the chair I was given a few minute shoulder rub by one of the dental assistants to get relaxed. Then she held out my arm and rubbed my shoulder and thats when I got my shot of anesthetic - nice trick, but it sure worked! Everything went very well.
The walls of his office are filled with not just certificates of special courses he has taken which some dentists have, but many of his were for courses he instructs as well as awards in various areas of dentistry. Many of which were recent. I get the impression Dr. Rhoden is very much into his field and enjoys being at the top of it, to him it is not merely a job.
His Web site gives a lot of helpful information that will give you an idea of what he's all about: