I will grant that the people who work in the office are very friendly.
Too bad the dentist doesn't know her stuff. I went there for a teeth cleaning days ago and my mouth still hurts. During the cleaning she said she noticed a growth on my tongue and said I ought to see the oral surgeon in her building to get it looked at to make sure it's not cancerous. Lah-deh-dah and she kept on cleaning. She didn't stop to explain what it was and I sat there for the rest of the cleaning terrified.
Then she talked about all the work I would need and how much it would cost, but all I could think about was this growth in my mouth. Who cars about mouth guards and questionable fillings when they've got potential cancer or something in their mouth!
I didn't go to the surgeon she recommended because he didn't take my insurance. Instead, I went to my doctor. What she said is it looks like a blister from biting my tongue while I sleep. What? How would a dentist who recommended a night guard for grinding not hypothesize that the mark on my tongue next to my most filled down teeth was from biting it?
A mistake like that makes me too scared to go back.