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By: Morgan E.
Presley Orthodontics
I have been a patient of this practice for years. I have followed them from one location in the valley to another because there is no care like the care they provide. As a young adult I encountered several dentists who wanted to do a crown here and a crown there. I later learned that a conservative dentist, like Dr. Morgan, actually prefers to save not only my pocket book but my natural teeth as well and will explore other options first before resorting to a crown. They now offer an insurance plan through their office which came in handy when I got divorced and lost my dental insurance in the process. Both my children recently needed braces. Naturally I went to them first to ask questions. I asked them about their dual roles as a general dentist and an orthodontists...I was afraid of offending her but Dr. Morgan was happy to explain! She explained that she and her husband Dr. Presley had attended multiple orthodontics certification courses. These course actually taught them, again, the more conservative way to apply braces. I do not have a dental background, so she continued to break it down for me. She explained that a lot of orthodontists recommend pulling teeth in order to make room. She and her husband actually informed me that they do not ever recommend pulling teeth unless there is like an unusual surplus of teeth or freakish duplicates (my words not theirs). My best friend recently moved to California. She called me one day to tell me that she goes to a dentist in California that she loves and evidently has learned via seminars from Dr. Morgan and Dr. Presley over the years, imagine that! So you see, not only are these two the best in the Utah Valley but they are spreading their amazing conservative and caring aspects on dentistry to others around the nation! I simply can not say enough about these guys! I love them to death and they have literally changed my life, one tooth at a time!
By: Rondi M.
Dr. Gerald Berg DMD
Our family has been going to Dr. Berg for 30+ years. We have experienced the best care from him. His entire office staff is extremely friendly and professional as well. From the minimal amount of work my kids have needed to the extensive work that my husband and I have needed over the years, his office and staff has gone above and beyond what normally is expected. He ensures that I am never in pain. The end result of each procedure that we have had, have all been hugely successful. I have many crowns and a couple of implants and people compliment my teeth and smile all of the time. Dr. Berg has the latest technology and knowledge to keep up with any dental needs you may have, at a reasonable cost.Our family has moved several times over the years to and from Salt Lake City including 5 different states and an overseas assignment. We continue to make sure we get back to Dr. Berg’s office for any dental care that we need. Our 3 children are all adults now, 2 of the 3 kids live outside of Utah and also make sure that they get back to Dr. Berg’s office for check ups and cleanings. Having a very trusted Dentist such as Dr. Berg, who truly cares about our treatment and well being, is a phenomenon that our family is very grateful for.
By: Annette L.
Dr. Gerald Berg DMD
I have been going to Dr. Berg for many years now. I have lived in California, Arizona, Utah and Colorado during this time. I make it a priority to fly in to Dr. Berg for my appointments. Once you find a person who is skilled, talented, professional, and genuinely cares about his patients, you have a rare find! I have found this level of skill and these expectations met in Dr. Berg. It is well worth the time and effort to fly into see him. I highly recommend him as a dentist.
By: Anita F.
Fort Union Family Dental
Dr. Brian Abrams messed my tooth up so bad I'll probably lose it. Due to his negligence, in a matter of weeks after my seeing him I was in the emergency room in the most excruciating pain I've felt. After the visit to the ER I had to go to a specialist for an emergency operation.I kindly asked him to help pay for the ER visit and he refused stating that I should have called him instead of going to the ER or the specialist. I told him I had just seen him and that I didn't trust his competence (since his negligence is what landed me in the ER in the first place). The endodontist I saw recommended I switch dentists.Now, after a few months of multiple visits and procedures (same tooth, same issue) it is likely I'll lose my tooth altogether. Avoid him if you want proper care!
By: David P.
Creekstone Dental
Great service! Friendly! 20+ years of fantastic help.
By: Ellie A.
Creekstone Dental
I think they do a great job with my teeth.
By: Grant E.
Creekstone Dental
I get fillings/ether work done on my teeth. I really like it here. Everybody here is amazing and awesome.
By: Heidi F.
Creekstone Dental
Dr. Dickson and the Creekstone staff are wonderful, very kind and professional.
By: Nicole B.
Creekstone Dental
Great! I love coming here and I will continue to! Dr. Cannon is very honest and I know I can trust him with my kids' teeth and my own.
By: Maria F.
Creekstone Dental
I love the dentist because they make my teeth look better.
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