Community Dental Center

Community Dental Center
Community Dental Center 93 Main Street
Waterville, ME 04901

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About Community Dental Center

Community Dental Center is a Dentist facility at 93 Main Street in Waterville, ME.
Primary Specialty

Dentist

Practice Community Dental Center
Services Community Dental Center is a dentist/dental office located in Waterville, ME 04901. A dentist is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases of the gums, teeth, and jaw.

Please call Community Dental Center at (207) 872-8891 to schedule an appointment in Waterville, ME or get more information.
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Did this provider answer all of your questions?
Yes
Was this provider's staff friendly?
Yes, they went above and beyond
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Completely!
Was this provider's office easy to locate?
Fairly Easy
by Alias
XXX.XXX.224.190
I brought my 18 month old here because they were recommended by her pediatrician. I wound up being 5 minutes late to the appointment because there is no parking for this office. I had to park on the street about a block down and walk with two young children. The receptionist was so rude to me about being late and said "Wow, you're 20 minutes late" even though I was only 5. He insisted that I should have shown up 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork and I asked him why not just schedule the appointment for 9"00 instead of 9:15, Then I tried to explain to him the parking situation and he got very angry and told me that if I was going to argue about being late that I should just go somewhere else. Folks, I've never been treated this badly by any office staff in my whole life. He literally brought me to tears. Rude, rude, rude. If you go there, you'll see what I mean. The hygenist who cleaned my daughters teeth found a cavity and made me feel guilty about breastfeeding her. She told me that I needed to be brushing my daughter's teeth everywhere I went and in the middle of the night after feedings. I felt like asking her, do you even have kids?? Then she said that the tooth would need to be pulled because no dentist would fill it where she was breastfed. She got indignant when I asked her for a referral to get a second opinion. Two months and a GOOD dentist later, my daughter's tooth looks like brand new. (Thank you Dr. Lucier) And, surprise, the cavity was not due to breastfeeding but to a defect in the tooth that caused it to be weaker than the others.
by Avery's Mom
XXX.XXX.154.63
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.79.48