One year and several visits later, I'm still counting my blessings that I found Dr. George. My teeth and gums have never been healthier, and each time I come in for a visit I marvel at Dr. George's knowledge, attention to detail, and commitment to providing the best possible care to his patients. That last point isn't just puffery or a platitude with Dr. George. He really does have that mindset. When he goes to work, whether it's a routine checkup or a more elaborate procedure like bonding or fillings, he is completely locked in and utterly uncompromising in his standards which, if I had to describe them, would be either a perfect result, or as close to a perfect result as one can get without actually being a perfect result. Case in point, when I told Dr. George I was experiencing some mild but recurring discomfort with a few fillings following a recent procedure, then tried to minimize it by saying it was "not a big deal," Dr. George immediately demurred and insisted we had to fix that and that "nothing less than 100 percent will do." That's the kind of dedication and quality of care you can expect as a patient of Dr. George.
It's not just Dr. George either. I neglected in my initial review to mention Stacy, Dr. George's office manager, who is about the nicest and most helpful person you'll meet in any doctor's office anywhere. All the stuff that can make doctors' visits a miserable hassle (appointments, insurance, paperwork, etc.) Stacy manages to make a delightful breeze.
If all that isn't enough, the office is clean, attractive, and quiet, and the equipment is state-of-the art. (If you've ever wondered what your teeth and gums look like up close in high resolution, Dr. George will be happy to show you with his fancy intraoral camera.)
In short, do your teeth and gums a favor and see Dr. George. You'll be glad you did.