I just wanted to let you know how thrilled I am to have found your dental office. Everyone is extremely understanding and patience and it is very obvious that your client’s needs are important. From the time spent on my consultation, to the binoculars, to finding me a “stuffed animal” in the middle of my session, everyone does what they can to make you comfortable.

For someone who suffers with anxiety and panic attacks, going to the dentist is especially difficult, since so many things about the process of getting your teeth fixed can trigger an attack. Anything from having a stranger too close to your face to just sitting at an angle in the chair can do it, (or the sound of the drill, the metal tools used, etc). Many dentists have just expected me to tough it out, with little or no understanding of what a panic attack is. This led to years of not going to a dentist except for emergencies. It wasn’t a lack of knowledge of what would happen if I didn’t go to the dentist, believe me, I got it. I am the one who went through painfully loosing teeth over the past twenty years. The pain was just easier to deal with that the thought of an attack.

Luckily, sedation dentistry is becoming more available for everyone, so others like me may not have to suffer the same fate.

I must say though, that knowing I could be sedated through the process is what got me in the door for the consultation, but is was everyone that worked with me that will keep me coming back and definitely recommending you to others.

Thank you so very much.


I put off dental work for years because of fear. Thanks to you, all that has changed. You truly listened to me and helped me develop a plan that fit my needs. With sedation dentistry, I was able to get my smile back, and do it with comfort. Now going to the dentist is like visiting old friends. But best of all I don’t have to cover my mouth with my hand anymore. My fear is gone, my confidence is back, and I can smile again!


You are the first dentist in my life to understand that I have a difficult mouth, and you’ve accommodated my needs without sacrificing my dignity. Your staff has treated me with respect and as a friend. I can’t tell you how much that means to me- it has been a real factor in deciding to have dental work done.


You made going to the dentist something I look forward to doing. Thanks for all you time and patience. I look forward to seeing you again.


Thank you for your kindness and caring while I was at my recent appointment. I walked out with more confidence in people and in myself.


I just wanted to say a big thank you. Thanks for being so caring and compassionate. I was terrified but you all helped calm me down and make me comfortable. I can’t tell you what that means to me. I’m not scared of the dentist like I was before.


I will never forget the compassion and care that you showed me that day when I was suffering with pain.


You gave me my smile back!