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By: Roger M.
Scarbrough Dentistry
Great place makes feel at ease people are very nice the faculties are excellent. To really like it meet your needs and you going knowing that you was treat special one person at a time
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By: Taylor E.
Taylor Family Dentistry
Very knowledgeable and friendly. I have been going here for years and have always had nothing but great interactions with the entire staff.
By: Natasha B.
Aspen Dental
Wanted way too much money to treat my gums and clean my teeth I wouldn't recommend it, I just wanted a basic cleaning and they refused to just clean my teeth unless I get other treatments
By: Lanie M.
Hays Clothing
Very good quality of clothing; however, they do tend to racial profile customers if you are not dressed a certain way at both locations.
By: Susan H.
Shelter Insurance-Richard Cargile
If you want an insurance agent that really cares about you and your property, you can't find a better person/agent than Rhonda Roberts.. She is absolutely wonderful !! After the tornado on 4/27/14, she jumped through hoops to help us. She would not accept the first adjusters report, so, she arranged for a local adjuster to come out and reassess our damage. Thankfully and only due to Rhonda's perseverance, our insurance check doubled..and then some. I thank God for Rhonda and people like her.
By: wendell.stinson.1
Stephen Oneal Taylor, DDS
DR.TAYLOR and Staff are truly Amazing... Perfection is his Standard... If you want a dentist that is caring, patient and explains any work and procedures that need to be done and answers any Questions or Concerns.. Then this is the DENTIST for you. He takes the Time to Know and understand a patients needs. A very WISE dentist...
By: docjim
R Joseph Scarbrough R DDS
Good professional attitude and very compassionate. He even impressed my 89-yr old mother (which is not easy to do!)
By: andio
Patterson Beth Dr
My dtr went to have a consultation so that she could be prescribed a sedative before having a tooth pulled. In stead the
By: jenny.henderson.10
Stephen Oneal Taylor, DDS
Dr. Taylor and his staff are wonderful! I can't compare him to other family dentists in town because our family hasn't needed another one. He did refer us out to a pediatric dentist a couple of times, but we preferred him to both of the pediatric guys. His staff is warm and friendly, he allows parents into the exam room and he makes my kids comfortable enough that they usually don't want me to go back with them--even when they are little. He has done the orthodontic work for 4 of our kids. I feel good about recommending him to others.
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