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02/19/2015
By: Lynne J.
Errol Allison D.D.S.
Best dentist I've been to in a long time. He was awesome. HE WAS CARING, REALLY GENTLE, KIND, COMPASSIONATE AND EASY TO TALK TO. He seemed like he wanted to provied me with the best care not the most expensive. He did not try to rip me off. He not try to tell me I needed other services which cost way more than my insurance pays. He did not overcharge me for services he is providing or tell me I need additional services. I have been to 3 other dentist in the last 4 years the first wanted $15,000 above what my insurance paid, the second $8,000, more and the last didn't even give me an estimate. He wanted me to get other treatments which my part after insurance would be $5,000 and after we see how they went he would give me an estimate or recommend additional treatment. For every thing my part is $1,500, and I get my smile back.
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04/06/2017
By: Mardy S.
Rader Paul E, DDS
Dr Rader & his staff always give superb care. The results are beyond satisfactory & the fees are competitive. Dr Rader is tuned in to patients (like me) who are fearful of dental work & is very patient & gentle. He'll even administer gas if need be. I've required moderately extensive dental work (I'm a grinder) & have been happily using Dr Rader's practice for 25 years.
07/12/2011
By: thakki
Rouse, Brant
Dr. Rouse is a great dentist. My kids absolutely love going to the dentist. He is very approachable. Easy to contact. Kind staff. Super Super!! A+++
11/26/2013
By: juancerva
Robert P. Webb III, DDS
Their entire staff are very enjoyable and have a great attitude. I can't remember when I went anywhere besides this office.
Tips & Advices
  • If a tooth decays and the nerves or pulp (soft internal tissue which helps teeth develop) become inflamed or infected
  • If a tooth is cracked or broken and nerves are exposed
This generally depends on any specific issues you wish to address with your teeth. There are toothpastes designed to whiten teeth, fight cavities, decrease sensitivity, prevent bad breath, resist gingivitis, and those specific to children (with lower fluoride content). There are also toothpastes that offer “complete” protection by combining aspects of many of the above toothpastes.
It’s recommended to get a professional cleaning at least two times per year.
  • Desensitizing toothpaste numbs the nerves in the teeth that can cause discomfort.
  • Mouth guard can protect against grinding teeth during sleep.
  • Fluoride treatment can be applied by dentists to sensitive areas to numb teeth and strengthen enamel.
  • Root canal can treat problems in a tooth’s core.
  • Surgical gum graft where a piece of gum tissue is removed from a section of the mouth to cover an exposed root.
Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed, but there are certain signs that can help you and your doctor determine if yours should be:
  • Wisdom teeth are pushing other teeth around, causing pain and misalignment
  • Cysts form around newly emerged wisdom teeth, causing jaw damage
  • Gums get inflamed and swollen, causing cavities and pain
  • Doctor determine from x-rays that wisdom teeth will cause problems in the near future

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