They took the time to explain in detail plenty of techniques I could practice at home to prevent cavities and tooth decay. One of the first things I noticed about this business was the level of detail and attention to make the building handicap-accessible. Even the bathrooms were designed to be accessible with doors wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs and grab bars in the stalls. You could tell they really made an effort to accommodate people with all different needs. The toothpaste they used during my cleaning tasted great. It made the experience that much better. They made sure that their qualifications were obvious. I was confident that I was under the care of a professional.
Wellness.com does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment nor do we verify or endorse any specific business or professional
listed on the site. Wellness.com does not verify the accuracy or efficacy of user generated content, reviews, ratings or any published