I’ve just usually done check-ups here, except for two summers ago. I had an accident, and my left tooth, I chipped the bottom half off of it. Half of my nerve was showing still, so every time I would drink something cold or bit into something, it was pretty painful. He actually did the procedure, and then he said there was a fifty-fifty chance of the nerve not regenerating the right way, and about six months to a year later, I noticed my tooth started aching again, so we came in to him. He did an x-ray, and saw that the nerve was dying, so they had to cut it all out and shave it down. Ever since then, it’s been pain-free. Even with the root canal, it wasn’t really painful at all.
I’ll be honest with you, I’ve never been a big fan of the dentist, but here, the guys that work for him, the ladies that work for him, they just talk to you the whole time, asking you how your day is going. They ask you about your job, and then I mean, the next thing you know, you’re all done. You’re all out of here. Just the people that he’s hired that are around him actually really care. They want to work on your teeth, they want to do a good job.