A Warren (Source: Google)
The doctor is great and knows exactly what he is doing. My only problem is that he has so many patients to attend to and often rushes through visits with you, sometimes this results in poor communication and unanswered questions. If you trust the doctor and you don’t need to be closely involved in the treatment plan, he is perfect for you. However, as an adult, I am particular. For instance, the doctor assured me he could treat me with invisalign, but NEVER mentioned that I would have to wear 13 attachments on my teeth. I did not find out until my fifth tray when the assistants just started putting things on my teeth. Had I known that, I may have chosen not to get invisalign. This is just one example of many throughout my treatment plan, where the doctor did not effectively communicate something, and I showed up to the appointment surprised. Overall though, the doctor definitely knows his stuff, he just isn’t the best communicator. So if kids are receiving treatment, he’s perfect. Adults, not so much.