Dear Dr. Williams:
"It's like a miracle!"" were the first words I said when I looked in the mirror after you finished my complicated dental work. I could hardly believe my eyes.
I found your dental practice on the Internet while looking for someone who could reconstruct my smile AND deal with my extreme phobia. Bad teeth run in my family, and after many painful experiences beginning at the age of sixteen, I developed such a phobia that I just quit going to the dentist. Many of my teeth deteriorated, several were missing, and I could hardly chew my food by the time I came to see you.
I'm a pretty sensible, responsible person, but for some reason I simply could not deal with dental work, and I dreaded the reaction of the first dentist to see me in a decade. But I was in for my first pleasant surprise! You were utterly nonjudgmental, and focused only on what improvements we could make. You had a calm, can-do attitude, reassured me that conscious sedation would make all the difference, and put me completely at ease.
After two visits under conscious sedation (I could never have had this work done any other way) where you prepared my mouth for quite a number of implants and crowns, I was even able to let you actually put the crowns and implants in without any sedation at all. Nice progress for someone who used to break into a cold sweat, cry, and sometimes faint when a dentist even entered the room.
Now I have a full set of teeth again, my smile looks great, and I don't have to worry about the health problems that can develop when we don't take care of our teeth. It like a miracle! Thanks for being so kind and competent. You're my dentist for life.
P.S. Your staff is as kind and competent as you are. Please convey my heartfelt appreciation to everyone who helped me through this process.