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Gary: Now one word, I would say appreciative. The reason that word comes to mind is because I find that areas that you’re dealing with today, like I said, whether it’s an auto mechanic or maybe even a doctor or you go to a restaurant or whatever, the exceeds expectations is not there. Usually it does not even meet expectations. Where here, I know when I walk through that door that I’m going to get quality care.
Margaret: I love the staff and I love Dr. Barden. He does such wonderful work and he’s one of the kindest gentlemen I’ve ever known and the same with the staff. He’s trained the staff so beautifully. Everyone’s so helpful and so kind and it’s not like coming to a dentist which you can dread sometimes but it’s just like coming to see my friends.
Brett: The whole experience has always been good and they’ve always been attentive to my needs and work to get me in. Even when it wasn’t convenient for them, they worked to help me because I feel like their work is about serving me as the customer. And sometimes doctors and lawyers forget about that.
Margaret: It is nice to not be worried about don’t smile big or people will see your teeth. It’s worth it. It’s well worth it. And his finances are taken care of so nicely. Everyone is gracious when they go over the bill and you know what you’re paying for and you know how you’re going to be able to do it. If you don’t have insurance, they have their own insurance. That’s been very helpful.
Brett: The quality has always been good. I’ve never had any extra problem come up that I felt was the result of them not doing something they should have been doing.
Gary: I think they’re excellent at what they do and if there are people looking for a good dentist, I’m sure there’s a lot out there. I’m sure there’s ones out there that aren’t so good like in any profession, but I know for a fact that these people in this office are dedicated to what they do. They care about people walking out of here with no pain or better teeth, better whatever when it comes to what they focus on, which is dentistry, and they really do care.
Dr. Barden: Dentistry, in the years that I’ve been there, has changed dramatically. We are now coming to age and we’re more integrating dentistry into medicine, which is what it should be because I have no idea how anybody ever thinks that the mouth is segregated from the rest of the body. And I find the most rewarding aspect to be able to treat and to help people with periodontal problems restore their health, replace the teeth, and have them live a lot longer by doing so.