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  • He used a laser for some of my fillings, and he cleaned my teeth himself. I was able to get my mouth fixed in a very short time. I have been lax in my followup visits in the past, but we now have a plan to keep my visits short, cheap and often.
    - Larry F.
  • My family has gone there for many years mainly because of the dental hygienist, which in my opinion is more important in the health of our mouth and teeth than the dentist. Over the years many changes have taken place at Dental Designs, for instance, the original dentists have retired and been replaced by others. They seem to be ok. Because the hygienist we use is so good, we haven't actually had much work done by dentists. One of our boys has had fillings done by Dr. Weaver, some of which have become loose and had to be replaced within a short time, which I found unusual seeing as how I've got a mouth full of very old fillings that have never fallen out.
    The dentist we see after the cleaning discusses clearly with us what problems he sees in the future that we might have to deal with, is good about explaining our insurance coverage and when work needs to be done I'm sure Dr. Leo will do a good job.
    - Virginia P.
  • Excellent!! Dr. Leo Crafton did an a great job on getting my tooth ready for the temporary crown while also getting the molds done for the new crown. I have never had a bad experience with Dr. Leo Crafton at Dental Designs. Dr. Leo Crafton also called personally to see how I was feeling and if I had any pain, as well as his office called to check on me. Excellent care, and got me in quickly on the same day the tooth cracked. I would recommend Dr. Crafton for any dental service. Excellent beside manner and very easy to communicate with!!
    - MELISSA W.
  • Dr. quick ended up removing the tooth and doing the implant at the same time. He also had to do a bone graft next to it. All healed up fine. He has done a prior implant that actually failed but he immediately offered to re-do the implant or give me a refund. He stand behind his work. His office staff is friendly and very helpful. The surgery is conducted in a very caring atmosphere and he personally calls you afterward to check up on your healing.
    - Sharon G.
  • I have a high gag reflex and I hate going to the dentist. I can tolerate most pain with the exception of mouth pain. I usually have them give me some nitrous oxide to help alliviate any anxiety that I have. I was in the chair for probably 10 mins before I heard her talking to one of the other dentist's, patients, co-workers. The assistant came and looked at the tooth and said we needed to wait on the dentist. It took another 10 minutes before she finally showed up. She checked the tooth and told me that part of the filling had come off the outside of the tooth, I didn't even know it had a filling on the outside of the tooth. It was above the gum line so she didn't deaden my mouth just gave me some nitrous oxide. When she started drilling I about came out of the chair. Just because you aren't close to the gum line doesn't mean the patient isn't going to feel the pressure and vibrations into the tooth. When I asked her about putting a crown on the tooth so that it doesn't break apart like so many other ones did and have to be removed, she more or less blew me off saying she didn't think the insurance would pay for it any how. I think they tend to push more for cosmetic dentistry here than just fixing it plain and simple. If there isn't a lot of money to be made off of it they don't want to do it. Was looking at a bridge to fix a large gap in the front of my teeth. I wasn't too keen on this idea as it requred replacing at least 5 crowns, which estimated to cost me out of pocket over $5,000. When I asked about a partial she acted like she didn't hear me. On another occasion I had a tooth break off at the gum line. My old dentist could have fixed it as he had done it on one of my other teeth behind it. She claimed she couldn't fix it and if it got to bothering me to come back. Well, if you can't fix it and it has to be pulled, pull it now so I don't have to come back. To make matters worse the tooth got infected. I already have to take antibiotics before I go to the dentist since I had a total knee replacement done in May 2010 to lessen the chance of getting an infection in the bone of my leg or knee. So, I had to miss another day of work so she could pull the tooth. The tooth behind it she said had a cavity in it. This was the tooth my old dentist had built up and saved from having to be pulled. She got to drilling and drilling exclaiming she hadn't ever seen so much material on a tooth. By the time it was all said and done she had drilled all the fill material out of the tooth and the tooth more or less fell apart. So in the course of 3 weeks time I have had to have to upper molar teeth removed. On that front tooth that she removed she failed to make sure to deaden the whole area. Every time she has pulled a tooth she acts like she is digging for gold. I can understand using a little force to get the tooth out but you don't go at it with the zeal she did to get it out. It was starting to hurt really bad. I was sliding down on one side of the chair, clenching my eyes shut and moaning to her that it was hurting really bad. I was almost in tears before she decided to give me another shot in the roof of my mouth. By then it was too late I was almost to the point of throwing up I was in so much pain. She said afterwards, sorry it hurt so much. Big deal you would have had to have been blind to not see that I was in excruciating pain while you were still dredging in my mouth for that tooth. The next tooth that needs to come out I will go to an oral surgeon and let them take it out. If anyone else was availiable through my insurance I would use them. I also don't like the fact they let the dental tech install the temporary crowns. I see this is something that the dentist should do to make sure it lines up with your other teeth. Twice when I had temp crowns they didn't match up to my teeth and it made me chew funny. Two times that I had crowns made they had to file off the back part of the crown to the metal in order for the teeth to match my current teeth.
    - david m.
  • I've been a patient for years and am extremely pleased with Dr Higgs and his staff.
    - Brian A.
    - GARY H.
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