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By: Kim J.
N U Smile Family Dentistry
The doctor was very nice and honest with me about my teeth. She and her staff were very caring. I was very pleased with way she discussed the treatment plan. I would highly recommend her as a dentist.
By: Sruti G.
N U Smile Family Dentistry
FIrst of all, the other review were describing stuff that were totally wrong because they didn't get a pain mediction they wanted because the doctor said it was high medication and it was to much for the person. They treated me with care and was sympathetic towards my tooth ache. I called on the morning, my usual doctor wasn't in, and they took me in. They had the right tools and prescribed the right medication. The office was nice and simple. The workers helped me out with all the information and was caring. I loved this office and switched to them because it was better than my regular.
By: Lisa I.
Dental Arts of Freehold
always a pleasure visiting Freehold Dental Arts. The entire team is very knowledgeable and friendly!
Tips & Advices
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