Initial visit was fairly pleasant - hygienists and front desk staff were incredibly friendly - which is compensation for the icy cold 'chair-side' manner of Joyner. If you are an adult, don't need much dental work other than cleanings, and don't mind a dentist who doesn't like people, then this place is fine.
I would, however, strongly recommend NOT bringing your child to this office, especially if it's their first time. Parents are not at all welcome, which I understand for older kids, but find ridiculous and unrealistic for children under 5.
I tried twice to bring my daughter (3 years old) but will not be bringing her, or any member of my family back. On our last visit, Joyner was very rude to both me and my child and actually tried to force my daughter into the chair even as she was screaming. When I explained my kid was scared of the chair, Joyner says to me "it's really not that big of a deal". Seriously?! It is to the small child who is shaking because she's so scared. I said we would try again another time and Joyner says, "well, how is next time going to be any different?".
To answer your question Dr. Joyner, next time I won't be spending my money in your office and I will also be telling my story to the moms group I'm president of, as will my husband tell his colleagues at work (the largest employer in the city).