They are always very friendly and interested in my long-term health - both directly dental and possibly influenced by dental health. They're also clearly interested in doing all work that is possibly needed. That's good for overall health and making the most of your insurance coverage. But, it also makes them more money and costs me money for the portions that are not covered. I liken it to the auto mechanic that inventories everything that's a little (or a lot) off with your car and then lets you choose which to do at any one time. This office does help you prioritize the work if you don't want (or can't) do everything at once. Overall, I like them very much.