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03/01/2017
By: Alejandra S.
Best Smile Dental
Great office! They have great customer service and made me feel very comfortable. Their prices are great too!
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02/20/2017
By: Kendra T.
Jefferson Dental Clinics
Dr. Agadi was excellent although I believe I was her hardest patient. She was brilliant with the help of the other members of the staff. Sandra was outstanding. The staff was incredible.
01/26/2017
By: Sharon N.
Eastview Dental Care
I had to have 3 small fillings done. I was in and out of dental chair in 30 minutes max. Dr Patel and Angie were the best. I would recommend them to anyone. Thanks !
10/25/2016
By: Samuel E.
A & D Home Services
Greatest of help from nurse and from aide. Both are such a blessing and both really know their stuff. Highly recommend A & D
10/06/2016
By: Wendy H.
My Family Dentist Garland
My husband went to him first and was very pleased with his ethics! He didn't oversell the dental work my husband needed done. After his experience, I decided to go to Dr. Heaton at my Family Dentist Garland. I am fairly faithful about going to the Dentist and changing dentist is hard. But, I am thrilled I came to see Dr. Heaton and his staff.
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09/19/2016
By: Tammie S.
My Family Dentist Garland
Love, love, love my dentist. I'm new in the neighborhood from SF. So out of my element here, but Dr. Heaton and his staff make it okay! Professional, compassionate, and hi-tech competent! Great for every member of your family.
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05/23/2016
By: Hoppie N.
Smile Attractions
I think that dr shariati is the best in Texas. Really good at what he does. I had other dentists before and none come close to the level of professionalism and excellence that dr shariati have. Always100% pain free procedure. Dental work that lasts many years and does not need corrections. really excellent dental work, I am amazed of how detailed he can be even to the smallest things. High level of honesty. takes the time to explain things. He is also very good with kids, my 4yr old likes going to the dentist because of him. I very highly recommend him. I always recommend him to friends and others. you will enjoy his company, down to earth and a good carina individual.
03/18/2016
By: Consuelo G.
Jefferson Dental Clinics
Diana, Lorena and Dr.was a excellent person. They give the best served to my daughter on 03-17-2016 my daughter is only 5 yrs they did a excellent job . Thank you for everything you guys did for my daughter yesterday.
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02/26/2016
By: Felicia J.
MINT dentistry - Garland
Definitely a different dentist experience. I heard several positive comments about Mint Dentistry on radios advertisements. So, I decided to take a visit. Friendly, quick and relaxing!
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02/20/2016
By: Yalda H.
Smile Attractions
Dr. Shariati is nice, gentle, and caring doctor. He took care of all of dental work i did previously. I recommend everyone to go there because you want to go to the doctor who really care about you :)
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