Timothy Murphy in Petoskey, MI with Reviews - YP.com
08/20/2015
By: Chelsea C.
Harbor Pointe Dental
What a relief to have such a caring dentist and staff to be able to take the whole family too! Finding a dentist like dr Ellsworth is rare, one who cares, sensitive to ones needs, and can calm the fears one may have about the dentist! It could have been the a really rough day having multiple appointments cause of 3 kids but it turned out great! Couldn't have asked for a better experience!! Thank you HPD...you are A++++
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12/03/2012
By: derek.bartos
Harbor Pointe Dental
master of his craft. shots don't even hurt!! great family dentist Dr. Ellsworth is as great a dentist as he is a father & husband & that is saying a lot! Everyone hates going to the dentist, Dr. Ellsworth makes it a good experience & makes u want to go to the dentist.
06/06/2014
By: rk49740
Harbor Pointe Dental
Dr Ellseworth will handle and explain any problem in any tooth as professional as possible.He has an excellent staff that work their designated position perfectly. The Dr is,no doubt,the best in N. Mi. His equipment is 'State of Art' and so is the operation itself.
02/05/2013
By: ohyahitsme
Harbor Pointe Dental
There is no reason to fear the Dentist if you are visiting Dr. Ellsworth. The entire experience for the moment you park your car is calming. Very professional, very caring,very patient! I would only recommend Dr. Ellsworth to my friends and family.
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