Going to the dentist is never fun, but everyone I interacted with was pleasant, compassionate, and kind. From the front desk staff who were very nice and were continually wiping down all “touch surfaces” with disinfectant (in order to make sure we were all safe from Covid), to the dental assistant who did all of my x-rays and explained what the appointment would entail (because it was my first visit there), to the hygienist and dentist who did my cleaning and exam, everyone was polite and projected a very positive attitude.There were 2 things I felt they could do better. First, I wasn’t expecting a 1-1/2 hour appointment. I expected it to be a cleaning, maybe some x-rays, and a general exam (around an hour, like most routine dental appointments I’ve had over the years ). I wish I had known in advance that it would take that long, because I would have scheduled the rest of my day differently. And second, I felt a little pressure to “impulse buy“ a fluoride treatment at the end of my appointment that hadn’t been explained as something that was necessary when the dentist spoke with me. I asked a lot of questions about it, and opted to put it off until my next visit so I could research the necessity of it. I feel like if the dentist had explained the importance of that at the time he did his exam, it was something I would have been able to think about instead of having to make a last minute decision (especially since it was unlikely that my insurance would cover it).That aside, I’ve scheduled my next routine appointment, and I definitely recommend them to anyone who is looking for a new (or better) dentist.