Shaun W. from Anaheim, CA (Source: Yelp)
I was terrible at taking care of my teeth for the first two decades of my life. And I’ve paid for it with extractions, root canals, and plenty of fillings. I always went to the same dentist that I went to as a child, simply because it was easier. It wasn’t till I got tired of driving 45 minutes (I used to live in LA), AND I had a tooth crumble on me while I was eating an apple (weird right?!?) that I started looking for a local dentist. I couldn’t have been more glad that I did either.
My girl friend some how brought up my broken tooth at her work, and her co-worker jumped at the chance to mention her old dentist that she had to stop going to for insurance reasons. Dr. David Crouch off of Katella in Orange. Having nothing else to go on, I made an appointment. Best decision ever.
Dr. Crouch is very friendly and above all, he is bursting with dental knowledge and experience. He has a modest office, but unlike most general dentists, he doesn’t shy away from oral surgery. He is so great, along with his whole staff, I’ve stuck around for two root canals, four extractions, and a handful of fillings over a two year period all through his office (I’ve been so happy with his work, I should’ve left this review a long time ago).
I had a friend of mine get a single root canal from an endodontist(root canal specialist?), and it cost more than both of mine at Doctor Crouch’s office. And we shared stories, mine were a cake walk compared to his! Dr.
Crouch even does implants regularly, which is apparently something else that most family dentists don’t normally do. He just explained that, since he’s been doing all these different types of dentistry for more then 30 years… it’s not a big deal anymore. And he was a medic in Vietnam(just thought I’d throw that out there ;-).
Bottom line, I go out of my way to recommend Dr. Crouch to anyone in need of dental work. I even forced my mom to ditch our old dentist (who was a nice guy… but a long drive), and get her last filling at Dr. Crouch’s dental office.
So ya, I could go on, talking about how big and mutated my wisdom teeth were, but how my healing was between 2-7 days (seriously, 2 days for the top, 5-7 days for the bottom), but I think 6 paragraphs is enough.