Chelsea Comprehensive Dental in Chelsea, AL with Reviews -
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By: Corey G.
Elite Dentistry
I’ve been at this place for a while. I’ve had nothing but great experiences with friendly and informative staff. Highly recommend
By: Kg N.
Elite Dentistry
Had a dental emergency over the weekend and their staff worked my in the first thing Monday morning. They have always been very professional.
By: Tyler B.
Elite Dentistry
I typically hate having to go to the dentist. This place is unlike any other, very caring staff, very knowledgeable, and very easy to talk to.
By: Tonya B.
Elite Dentistry
This was my first visit. Exceptional staff. Dr Davis was very through and kind. Also sherry my hygienist was wonderful. Put me at ease.
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By: Steve H.
Elite Dentistry
I've been a patient for 3 years. Great staff. Great dentist. Cutting edge technology. In house crowns using digital imaging and what I can only compare to a CNC machine. In at 8:30 out at 10:00 with crown. Cool stuff!
By: metteybosshart
Elite Dentistry
Friendly, caring staff. We have been patients for 3 years and my kids actually love coming to see them! Dr. Davis and Dr. Sheppard are wonderful. We highly recommend.
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By: J. M.
Elite Dentistry
This is a training school not real Dentist, but they are willing to overcharge you for poor service.
By: anonymous87654
Chelsea Comprehensive Dental
The office is comfortable. The staff are extremely accommodating and friendly. I have never visited any doctor's office, medical or dental, that was as helpful, that took the time to educate me on how diabetes affects my mouth and teeth and that took the time to go over the financial aspects of my treatment so I actually understand the need for the dental work and how important it is to continue with regular dental appointments. They make going to the dentist a good experience and no longer dreadful!
Tips & Advices
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