Dr. Nguyen has really showed me how he cares about his patients. He tried reaching me in different ways to explain to me why I was in pain. He has proven to me that every situation is different and his staff is very friendly and nice! I will definitely go back whenever I get the chance.
Wow I am so impressed by the wonderful service that I have received from these guys. Amy has been so wonderfully helpful and just a great person in general. The dental assistance are great but Eliza truly cares about her patients. I truly believe that this group is very well organized and happy doing the work that they do. Dr. Nguyen must be great to work for because the happiness of the staff truly shows it.
the receptionist was kind and courteous in getting me signed up in my dental plan and how it work and it coverages. the technician was very pleasant and the dentist was very informative in the process and dental work i wanted to have done and the correct way to proceed.
Excellent service and environment. Dr Nguyen and his staff do an amazing job. Everything went quick and painlessly, my cleaning was top notch, and my whitening went flawlessly. Highly recommend.
Dr. Nguyen and his staff are very attentive and friendly! I highly recommend! They also use updated tools and machines it seems.
Complete the new client application before you go. It's on their website! Xray and cleaning....I was out in 50 minutes
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At Willow Pediatric Dentistry, we know that most children don’t have dreams of getting their teeth cleaned, so getting them comfortable with their dentist is incredibly important. For children with autism, this is even more important. Fortunately, Dr. Sam and the rest of our team have years of experience treating children with special needs of all kinds. This month, we’re reaching out to our community to spread awareness about autism spectrum disorder, and how we approach dental care for those affected with it, because every child deserves a healthy smile.read more
Most kids will get their first tooth when they’re about 1 year old, and they’ll have all 24 of their baby teeth when they’re about 3 years old. If you’re a new parent and your child is teething, though, you may be concerned if their baby teeth look crooked. Is this a big deal? Does it mean something’s wrong? Should you do anything about crooked baby teeth? Find out now in this blog from Willow Pediatric Dentistry.read more
If your child has bad breath, you may be wondering how to deal with it, and whether or not bad breath indicates any serious oral health issues. So in this blog from Willow Pediatric Dentistry, we’ll discuss what bad breath (halitosis) might mean for your little one, and give you some tips and advice to help you improve their oral health.read more
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Dr. Sam is a people-person and he loves developing relationships with families while he helps maintain carefree smiles. As a dentist of over 15 years, Dr. Sam has extensive experience and he knows how to communicate effectively with both children and adults. Dr. Sam is a father himself, so he knows that there is nothing more important than your child’s healthread more