Fusion Dental in Waldorf, Maryland with Reviews - YP.com
10/06/2014
By: Ray E.
Nesbit Center of Dental Excellence
My husband and I make the 2 and 1/2 hour trip, each way, to see Dr. Nesbit at least twice a year. Sometimes we have made the trip more often since I have needed crowns, and the reason we drive so far is simply because Dr. Nesbit and the service can 't be matched.
04/04/2015
By: Felicia H.
Crown & Glory Dental
Dr. Bush and her staff are the best!!! Every time I bring my kids there they are always smiling and friendly. My 4 year old daughter had a bad toothache she took great care of her and calmed her down. I am so happy to have them around!!!
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10/22/2016
By: Monique K.
Hector, Ricardo
Great dentist, excellent location, friendly staff. We have been coming to Dr. Hector for years. His knowledge and expertise has kept our family's teeth looking great. We will continue to be patients for years to come.
12/21/2015
By: April M.
Vibrant Smiles Dental
I have been a patient of Dr. Owens for 11 years now and I couldn't be happier with my dentist or his office. Him and his staff are always so warm and welcoming it kind of makes you forget your at the dental office.
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01/04/2016
By: Jasmine G.
Salter, Reginald, DDS
Good service with staff and everyone here is good with kids. Wait time is not long at all. Open until 7 pm everyday. The convenient hours make it easy for scheduling an appointment.
09/04/2014
By: Cassi V.
Hector, Ricardo
Great Dentist! Dr. Hector was patient with my children and made them smile while he worked. He was also very gentle with me. I would highly recommend him to everyone big and small.
10/27/2016
By: Christy D.
A Smith Karl DDS
Dr. Smith has been great at working with me one step at a time for all of the work I need done. He has prioritized what needs attentions and is very honest in his recommendations.
07/15/2016
By: Felicia R.
A Smith Karl DDS
A visit to Dr. Smith's office is overall a pleasant experience. Dr. Smith does a great job at communicating with his patients and I couldn't be more pleased with his care.
11/11/2014
By: Cathy M.
Nesbit Center of Dental Excellence
A few years ago I fell and broke my front teeth. During this traumatic event Dr. Nesbit was mostaccommodating, seeing me on short notice and even on a weekend!
06/05/2016
By: Melody M.
George G Dimitri, DDS
Insaw Dr. Dimitri in the Lititz, PA office. I was an old pt of his when he practiced in Waldorf. I couldn't have been happier when I saw him. He's the best!!!
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