Well, I've been a patient since the "old place" so I walk in, and what's amazing is that most of the people who were there 20 years ago are still there! So before I even sit down I'm called back after chatting it up a little. And Tara and Dorothy are both amazing hygienists, but I've never been to anyone else so I wouldn't know! I hear they are all gentle. And before you know it, you're done. Then one of the dentists comes in and pokes around and does a very thorough job; maybe take another X-ray. Chat it up. The thing is, when Dr. Gary left, I fell apart. I bet I'm not the only one. I love and still love him, but Dr. Krantz and Dr. Wasserman (I think I spelled it right) are so sweet, I don't care who puts the Novocaine in. They are both just sweet and understand dental paranoia. Then I go out, give them my card, and stand around blabbing with Donna who I believe was born there! She and Molly are my loves and Shana (I think I'm spelling her name correctly) a very sensitive woman, are all so nice and I met a periodontist whose cousin I know. He looks very young so he probably knows all the up and coming stuff. It's just a family there. I DID have a really hard time when Gary Greenbaum left; not because I didn't trust the other two dentists, but because there is NO ONE ELSE on the planet like Dr. Greenbaum and I was worried sick about him. But bless Fallsgrove, they have managed to maintain the atmosphere of family and caring and loving on you when you are the biggest baby in the world..that would be me.And god bless Dr. Gary...all of us who love you wish you the most happy and healthiest of days ahead.