Monarch Dental Associates

Monarch Dental Associates
Monarch Dental Associates 1410 North Loop 336 West Conroe, TX 77304
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Monarch Dental Associates

Monarch Dental Associates is a Dentist facility at 1410 North Loop 336 West in Conroe, TX.
Primary Specialty

Dentist

Practice Monarch Dental Associates
Services Monarch Dental Associates is a dentist/dental office located in Conroe, TX 77304. A dentist is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases of the gums, teeth, and jaw.

Please call Monarch Dental Associates at (936) 441-0481 to schedule an appointment in Conroe, TX or get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(31 Reviews)
Service
3.5 star average for Service
Environment
4.5 star average for Environment
Expertise
3.5 star average for Expertise
Staff
3.5 star average for Staff
Recommended
3 star average for Recommended
Value
4 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
After about the 10th x-ray because the tech couldn't get the equipment in place (my daughter with silent tears running down her cheeks, dutifully opening her mouth time and time again despite the equipment digging into the soft spot under her tongue and stretching her cheek), they finally put us in a room to wait for the dentist. Then the tech came back and said she needed more pictures. I was holding my daughter's hand and the tech called for someone to help. I thought it was someone to help the tech get the right pic finally. No, it was for someone to haul ME out of the room. They tried to blame it on my daughter not listening to the tech cause I was distracting. Total B.S. my daughter was a great patient. Then the helper who was talking to me said I wouldn't be allowed in the room with my daughter for treatment. That was the last straw. I got my daughter out of there. I got insurance to do a "traumatic experience" referral to a GREAT office and our new appointment is set with some MUCH better people.
by Concerned Mom XXX.XXX.34.210
After about the 10th x-ray because the tech couldn't get the equipment in place (My daughter with silent tears running down her cheeks, dutifully opening her mouth time and time again despite the equipment digging into the soft spot under her tongue and stretching her cheek), they finally put us in a room to wait for the dentist. Then the tech came back and said she needed more pictures. I was holding my daughter's hand and the tech called for someone to help. I thought it was someone to help the tech get the right pic finally. No, it was for someone to haul ME out of the room. They tried to blame it on Laura not listening to the tech cause I was distracting. Total B.S. Laura was a great patient. Then the helper who was talking to me said I wouldn't be allowed in the room with Laura for treatment. That was the last straw. I got my daughter out of there. I got insurance to do a "traumatic experience" referral to a GREAT office and our new appointment is set with some MUCH better people.
by Obsessive Mother XXX.XXX.34.210
I didn't wait long at all. My appointment started on time, and the wait was much shorter than other offices I have been to. They took the time to explain in detail plenty of techniques I could practice at home to prevent cavities and tooth decay. Every time I'm put on hold here I have to wait quite a while for them to get back to the call. Although I have had to wait longer at other places, I was still pretty unimpressed with their phone etiquette. I felt very safe in their care. I definitely trust them. They made the extra effort to make sure every question and concern I had was addressed.
by dean XXX.XXX.25.173