I have been going to Green Lake Dentistry for nearly ten years, but the practice recently and unexpectedly changed hands. The transition seems a bit rocky.
When I went for my check up, the new Dentist whom I'd never met before indicated that 4 or 6 of the fillings I'd had done over the past 3-5 years either needed or were going to need replacement soon. I was surprised, particularly since I'd opted for the more expensive composite fillings as I had been told they were expected to last longer than the ones being replaced. Since I'd had the older fillings for 15+ years, needing to have the new ones replaced in as few as 2 years seems questionable.