• 1.John Martin

    451 Kinetic Dr

    Huntington,WV

    2.14 mi

  • 2.Martin John Amerikaner, PHD

    845 4th Ave

    Huntington,WV

    0.09 mi

  • 3.John Martin

    3659 Teays Valley Rd Ste 1

    Hurricane,WV

    26.60 mi

  • 4.Martin, Patrick, DDS

    451 Kinetic Dr

    Huntington,WV

    2.13 mi

  • 5.Drs Martin & Kirk Pllc

    451 Kinetic Dr

    Huntington,WV

    2.14 mi

  • 6.Martin Kireru

    500 Winchester Ave Ste 420

    Ashland,KY

    12.62 mi

  • 7.Drs Martin & Kirk Pllc

    3659 Teays Valley Rd Ste 1

    Hurricane,WV

    26.60 mi

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06/19/2015
By: Cody H.
R Scott Murphy DDS MD
I was recommended by another dentist to go to Scott because I had a tooth that needed extracted. I went to his office, his staff at the desk seemed nice and all, and they had me fill out some paperwork. I get invited by his assistant to a room to have my teeth examined, she was nice but a bit stuck up. He came in and answered all of my questions (granted, I'm 21 and all of my internet research on tooth extraction made me a bit paranoid). Afterwords, we went to another room where his assistant had me sit. He numbed my tooth (she was being nicer to me then) then he gave me 2 shots. After that, he clamped my tooth with a tool, told me it could potentially break due to a hole being there, then he pulled it. The pulling never hurt, just the shot. After reading mixed reviews, i think some people don't like him but it's like my dentist told me: this guy just isn't much of a talker. He really just goes in, gets his work done, and goes. But if you have questions for him, he will answer. I asked everything from if my teeth would shift to what the small black mark on my tooth in the back was (he said it just looked like staining, I take very good care of my teeth actually. Floss, brush, etc.). I think people need to realize that doctors and dentists aren't mind readers. If you want them to spend more time with you, you have to tell them what you think is wrong and ask questions. Once I asked him everything, my mind was put at ease. Granted, when i am writing this, I just had it pulled very recently. So unless something bad happens where I have to change this review, I will say that he's really not that bad a dentist; just wish he was more vocal. Oh and whoever said his equipment is unsanitary, trust me, I looked at every tool due to the sheer fact I am a germaphobia. There was nothing wrong with his equipment, all of it looked clean. You all have to remember that these people won't remain in practice if they do things like that...
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11/03/2016
By: Charle M.
Gunn Family Dentistry
Yes, the building is small and older but the staff makes up for that in spades! My appointment was scheduled first in the morning yet I still had to wait 40 minutes before being seen. Once I was in a room service was super fast and friendly. My teeth aren't in the greatest of shape but unlike other dentists I've seen they didn't make me feel ashamed. They were truly there to help. Dr. Gunn kept me smiling and he made me feel comfortable. I've definitely found a new dentist for my family.
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05/21/2015
By: Sean D.
R Scott Murphy DDS MD
the waiting room and front desk are nicely designed. The rooms are bland the bathrooms have no soap. the cahirs are torn and all worn out. the employees are nice but Murphy was all stuck up preppy. Id recommend this ccompany if it wasnt for scott. thi cant see what im typing so its prob messed up. but u get the jist
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06/30/2015
By: Shelton A.
Judith R Woodruff DDS
I hadn't been to the dentist in a long time, so I was pretty worried going in. However, they made me feel extremely comfortable and all of my problems were taken care of by the time I left. They were very careful when cleaning around my cavities, and I would definitely refer them to any one.
09/19/2014
By: Traci G.
Complete Health Care
Dr. Virgin is a great dentist Dr Sutton who also works out of his office is great also everyone is friendly and answer any and all your questions and plus they wait til the gums are numb before the extract anything awesome % starts from me :)
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03/31/2015
By: Deana K.
The Denture Store
Wonderful Dentist. I appreciate the care he took of my husband while having 11 teeth extractions and his immediate dentures. Wonderful Dental staff. Excellent care! 3/31/2015 Cannot thank him enough!
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05/06/2017
By: Debbie K.
Thompson Joseph
Dr. Thompson is truly a man who loves what he does and is excellent with his patients! My daughters loved him and now my grandchildren enjoy going there too ����
12/18/2012
By: manwholovesonlyblondeyounggirlswhichischicks
Complete Health Care
Went to Virgin He is Good at his Work.And so is his Assistant'sAnd not a long waiting room period Before name called
05/14/2014
By: Kenneth H.
James N. Aldridge, Jr., DDS
an extremely wise and caring dentist who does great work at affordable prices...never have been to a better dentist!
Tips & Advices
The most common dental problems in children are:
  • Cavities
  • Bad breath
  • Gum disease
  • Sensitive teeth
  • Grinding
  • Canker sores
  • Missing teeth
  • Extra teeth
  • Bite and alignment issues
Thumb sucking is not specifically a dental problem, but it can cause a malocclusion, a condition where the top and bottom teeth don't line up correctly.
To clean a baby's teeth, use a small, soft-bristled toothbrush designed specifically for infants. Apply a tiny amount of non-fluoride toothpaste - about the size of a grain of rice - and gently brush all sides of the teeth and the tongue. Before the baby's first teeth emerge, use gauze or a wet washcloth wrapped around the finger to wipe the gums. This motion doesn't necessarily reduce bacteria, but it does help the infant to get used to the sensation of having his or her teeth cleaned.
Children should visit their pediatric dentist every six months. This recommended frequency does not change throughout a person's lifetime.
No, wisdom teeth do not need to be removed unless they cause pain, lead to dental issues, or are aligned incorrectly.
Yes, dental sealants prevent cavities by filling in deep grooves in the teeth. Without them, bacteria can collect in these areas and cause tooth decay, which can happen with children.

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