Joe A.

The first time I had a bridge done, I was in my 30s. I was very nervous. It was the first work I’d ever truly had done on my teeth other than cavities and cleanings. I felt like I could feel that tooth for a year. I probably couldn’t, but I was just overly sensitive to it. The work they did here that Dr. Shepherd did for me was painless and seamless. Everything was perfect and to this day … That was months ago that I’ve had this put in. I don’t even know it’s there. It’s like it’s my real teeth. It was a no brainer as far as I was concerned when Dr. Shepherd said, “This is what I recommend.” It’s the same thing and that was fine. It was just perfect.
He did another, a front tooth for me. What he said was very possibly matching the one front tooth to the other front tooth. “We may have to do both of them. Let’s just try to do the one.” I went in to that work knowing that maybe I’d have to have two done, but they did such a great work at the lab and the color matches that Dr. Shepherd worked on was perfect. I was very, very pleased with that. I can’t stress enough the confidence I feel when I come here and the confidence that everybody gives me in knowing that they’re doing the right thing for me. I feel like I don’t know if it’s an education thing or what it is, but they’re so good at what they do that I never have a feeling of trepidation whatsoever. Hands down, I would say don’t go anywhere else. I think it’s that simple.