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10104 Saddle Creek Rd, Waco, TX | Directions 7670831.629913 -97.238861
Neighborhoods: North Lake Waco
Everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable. I thank you for working me in.
Very professional staff from front desk all the way to the awesome dentist! Thank you!
These people are great! I have been here 3 times in the past 2 years. I have done cleanings, extractions and two root canals... The office is very pleasant and so relaxing I nearly drifted to sleep during my last visit. Talk to Dr. Moore and his staff about any concerns or fears and they are incredibly helpful and kind. I definitely recommend this dentist!!!
I had 10 cavities, but apparently the four on the bottom are very small so we caught them early (yay). The ones up top not so much. I've get three dental dates, and I just had my first (upper right side, next will be upper left then finally all the bottom ones) done yesterday. Needless to say I was nervous, I've had cavities done before, my first without anything to numb, the second (well, second time was two cavities) I started off with nothing but I caved and did the novocaine since I was just about to cry (I dislike needles but doc managed to do the injection without me noticing so favorite dentist bar was set high). The hygenist walked in and very kindly asked if I wanted NOS today. I thought you couldn't drive if you had it but she explained that wasn't the case, explained how that worked and said it would help with my nervousness and that if I didn't like it we could stop using it at any time. The whole time they were doing fillings (four, on three teeth) they explained what they were doing and if they noticed I was tensed up or twitching they asked if I was okay or if I was in pain
I had gotten my teeth cleaned by the good doctor, it had been two years and I was already there for fillings so it seemed like I should probably do it anyways. He was incredibly attentive, when he noticed how much I flinched when he was using the spinning, grinding tool he asked if it hurt (no, its the noise, the noise hurts) and asked if I'd like him to use a different tool. Seeing as I'm an adult who didn't want to seem like a pansy I told him I'd be fine and that I just wanted to get this done with. He did a little bit more but then switched to manual tools after a minute without saying anything else and talking about how he has to get his teeth cleaned with manual tools too and he normally gets it done with NOS. He really made me feel like less of a loser.
I realized one of my top wisdom teeth was coming in and I wanted to make sure that they were coming in straight. They are but have cavities and other issues so I'll have to get them out at some point (he's not the first to say this, I was just hoping I wouldn't need them out since surgery terrifies me). I got the younger of the two dentists and he was very polite and explained everything and answered all of my questions ( I ask loooots of questions). He even started just explaining everything without my asking questions once he realized I wanted to know everything.
Thanks so much for taking such good care of Suzana this morning!!
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