Best Dental Care in Tucker, GA

Best In City - Total Dentists
59

Dentists

Best In City - Total Dentist and Office
66

Offices

Best In City - Total Responses
1,168

Patients Responses

Best In City - Total Profile View
4,334

Appointment Requests

Best In City - Patient Reac
28,897

Patient Reach

Best Dentists in Tucker, GA

These are the highest rated dentists in Patient Satisfaction. Visit their profiles to schedule an appointment.

Best Offices in Tucker, GA

These are the highest rated dental offices in Patient Satisfaction. Visit their profiles to schedule an appointment.

Most popular insurances in Tucker, GA

These are the most common insurances accepted by Dentists in Tucker, GA.

Recent Reviews in Tucker, GA

Recent patient reviews submitted in Tucker, GA

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Hiren Patel, DDS

Dr. Alford is a very caring dentist. The best dentist I've ever had. He's a wonderful person. I feel very comfortable with him and would highly recommend him to anyone! His staff are all very nice and caring as well. Very clean environment, no waiting for your appointment. I give a high 5 ? to this practice..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Hiren Patel, DDS

Excellent dentist. Friendly with a gentle touch. Great dental hygienists..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Hiren Patel, DDS

Makes going to dentist enjoyable! he is the best.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Aspen Dental

Everyone was friendly and professional it was a very relaxing environment..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Aspen Dental

My experience was beyond my expectations, and i thought the staff was great and very helpful will recommend aspen Dental to anyone I know that need good dental work. Thanks aspen Dental..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Aspen Dental

We called another Aspen office and explained in pain and needed to likely have root canal, and didn't want to go to a place only to be told needed a root canal and given a referral. He set us up with an appointment at one of their offices at a different location that had an opening. They did the exam, took x-rays, gave a Novocain injection, wrote a script for pain meds, explained that the x-ray revealed a cracked tooth that would require a root canal, and referred us to a place that does root canals. The person that set the appointment up knew I wanted to be seen by someone capable of doing root canals, but continued to set up the appointment leading me to believe they could do root canals. I felt like this was either being deceptive, ignorant to the services they provide, or not listening very well. I can say that we were able to get an appointment fast, the service we received once we got there was fast, good, and we left with a prescription for pain medication that helped with the pain while waiting until we could be seen by a facility that does root canals. We just felt this visit, step wasn't what we wanted or expected; however, in hindsight, it was a godsend because it would have been impossible to make it from Monday, appointment date to Thursday, root canal date without pain medication. So even though I was irritated about this, it was a godsend, and I just didn't understand that the powers above were watching out for us and giving us guidance, and the need wasnt immediately clear (no sleep and pain can result in brain fog). This all happened at the worst possible time, just before a holiday, July 4th. Many offices are closed for multiple days or the whole week..

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