Testimonials

Roger

allie

Q: What was the turning point that made you decide to pursue restorative treatment?
A: My bite was chipping away at the back side of my four front teeth. My wife was getting ready to retire and I was going to lose my insurance coverage. That, combined with the fact that it was just a matter of time before a more serious procedure might be needed, made it the right time for me to have the treatment.

Q: Any words of wisdom for someone who is considering pursuing treatment?
A: When meeting people, your smile is priceless in forming that “first impression.”


Julie

allie

Q: What was one thing that you appreciated about how your treatment was handled?
A: I really appreciated the way Dr. Egger was careful to explain exactly what the work was going to entail ... even on the day of the work. When the crowns came back (from the lab), we spent time in the sun to see if the match was good. He didn’t like the match, so it was back to the lab. The technician at the lab mixed numerous shades in order to achieve the best match to my surrounding teeth.

Q: Any words of wisdom for someone who is considering pursuing treatment?
A: When you consider the long-term cost and time it takes to have repeated restoration work done, it becomes easier to “go forth” with something more permanent and attractive.


Barbara Ann

allie

Q: What was one thing that you appreciated about how your treatment was handled?
A: You ask for one thing but there are so many, many on how you handled my treatment.

  1. Always kept me informed on what was happening
  2. Very comforting, great sense of humors, which kept my mind off what was happening
  3. Your whole team is so warm and friendly, but yet very professional.

 


Abby

allie

Q: How has the treatment affected your everyday life?
A: I’m not ashamed to smile anymore because now I have a gorgeous smile.


Summer

allie

Q: Please give us some history on your previous dental state before treatment.
A: I feel like I’ve spent most of my life in dentist chairs! I have always had issues with my teeth. I remember getting fillings at a very young age and never liking my smile. I used to always cover my mouth when I’d laugh and was always envious of people with beautiful smiles. I didn’t like the silver fillings in mouth, the shape or size of my teeth. I went through orthodontics in my high school years but that didn’t solve the problem.

Q: Do you view the treatment as being “worth it”? Was the benefit of the outcome worth the cost, in terms of time, any discomfort, or monetary cost?
A: This treatment was so worth it! I finally feel like I have a nice smile that I don’t have to hide. I see pictures of me now and I’m so glad I did it. As for cost, it’s an investment. Taking care of your teeth is so important for your overall health, and having them look nice makes all the difference in the world when in a social situation. I had my treatment spread out over two years so I was able to spread the costs out.


Briley

allie

Q: How has the treatment affected your everyday life? Would you do it again?
A: My confidence level has improved immensely. I remember my mother saying to me “I’m glad we did the veneers because I haven’t seen you smile this much in a long time, I think you waited long enough for veneers.” When I went on to swim in college on scholarship, I had no problem smiling for my student athlete picture because I was proud of my smile.


Marian

allie

Q: Please give us some history on your previous dental state before treatment.
A: As a child, I had rotten teeth because my mother was so fearful of dentists. As a teenager I found a way to work, ironing clothes, to pay for my dental care resulting in finding my teeth as a way to higher self-esteem. As an adult I have had the blessing of finding caring and supportive dentistry such as the “angel team” working with Dr. Egger.

Q: What was one thing that you appreciated about how Dr. Egger and staff handled your treatment?
A: The team at Dr. Egger’s office comes with me as I enter the dance floor at each competition, just as they were with me all the way my procedure ... even permitting me to “pay as I go” ... which reminded me of being a teen ... weekly doing my ironing and taking my money that I earned to my dentist to restore my smile the first time.


Tate

allie

Q: Please give us some history on your previous dental state before treatment.
A: While a teenager, I had undergone orthodontics, but as I aged, my teeth moved and were no longer in proper alignment. I had a poor bite pattern and I was embarrassed to smile. I also had eroded my gums by improper brushing (brushing too hard with a stiff-bristled toothbrush).

Q: What was the turning point that made you decide to pursue treatment?
A: My initial decision to pursue treatment was purely cosmetic. Later my decision was reinforced when Dr. Egger explained that my general health would also improve with treatment.