How do you keep a patient comfortable in your office?
I'm so thankful to M.B. for referring me to you. I loved everything about the visit- from your team, to your office lay-out, and most especially you-except of course for the diagnosis. You made me feel very at ease and I have no fear of coming back to you for cleanings or anything else for that matter.
Nancy. L, Cleveland
Thank you for your kindness and good humor when giving me novacaine. I had heard nightmare stories about what goes on in dental offices, so I was grateful that my experience was so positive. I did not have to wait long and the treatment I received from your dental assistants was very sensitive and kind. I send my heartfelt thanks to you and your staff for taking care of me and my children. You are a great dentist!
Cindy T, Middleburg Hts
Dear Dr. Gallagher.
This isn't something I would normally do, but I felt compelled to write so that I could thank you and your staff for making my initial visits to Westpark Dental so pleasant.
I really appreciate the courtesy and friendliness that I was treated with by everyone on your staff. You ALL went "above and beyond" in making me feel comfortable and fitting me into your busy schedule on such short notice – all of this for a new patient that you had never met.
I only wish I got such exceptional customer service everywhere I went.
Please, share my comments with your staff, as they deserve the praise. Also, know that you've made a client out of me for as long as I'm in the Greater Cleveland area and that I will refer anyone I know of, who is looking for dental services to your office.
God Bless you,
Richard D, Cleveland
Dear Dr. Gallagher,
Thank you so much for seeing me and giving me your professional advice. You and your staff could not have been more corteous, friendly, and professional. I'm indebted to you for your kindness and service. E. and M. told me you were "the best". Clearly you are! Thank you again.
To everyone at West Park Dental,
Before we moved out west I would just like to say what a great experience our family has had from the great staff to the modern technology you are using today. I don't think I will be able to find such a fun and caring dental office in Arizona. I just wanted to say thank you.
Thomas and Patricia K, Glendale, Arizona
Dear Dr. Gallagher and staff,
You people certainly are very special. Your way of taking care of your patients is really nice. You all seem to be, as the expression goes, down to earth, casual or to say it another way, very comfortable. Thank you again for helping me. I thank the Lord Jesus for giving me help and you were His way.
God Bless you,
Miriam P, Cleveland
If you are looking for a gentle, courteous, and friendly dentist, then you've come to the right place. Our practice offers dental services for the entire family. Your oral health has a significant impact on your overall well being and our team is dedicated to providing you and your family with the best dental care possible.
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Do you find yourself waking at night gasping for breath? Are you exhausted all day long because you just can't get a good night's sleep?
'Apnea' is a Greek word meaning "without breath"; people who have apnea literally stop breathing in their sleep. A cessation of breath lasting for 10 seconds in adults, or 2 and 1/2 breath cycles in a child, is the clinical definition of sleep apnea.
In dentistry oral cancer is a very serious concern, which we screen for when we see our patients. Most people are not aware of how insidious this disease can be, because symptoms are almost nonexistent until the patient either has pain or swelling, or a sore that will not heal over time.
There are a number of dental myths. A big myth is believing that cavities in a child’s baby teeth are not a problem because the teeth will eventually fall out. I do not like seeing people in pain, and a small child will be in pain if they have cavities that are not treated while waiting for baby teeth to fall out.