If you are looking for a full-service dental office (implants, crowns, bridges, cleanings, etc.) and not a cut-rate dental place (the TV Ad you will see for new teeth the same day), I cannot recommend Don Missirlian. He is centrally located in the city (a block off of Union Square), and he is the only dental office in the city that has his own on-site lab that can make adjustments on the fly while you are sitting in the chair to make sure that your teeth look perfect.
The lobby decor is beautiful with plenty of seating, and they have a full staff of assistants, technicians, and an assortment of doctors available to handle just about all of your dental needs.
Their work is top notch and they take the utmost pride in their own work, and they even have clients who come from overseas to get work done over there.
Give them a try today, you won't be disappointed!
I've been going to Donald and Martha Missirlian for years. They are the best. The office is not flashy but they have their own on-site lab. If you need periodontal work, they bring in the very best doctor in the bay area who is a periodontal specialist. I always know that I'm going to get top-notch work done on my teeth and visiting their office for me is like visiting old friends. Cannot recommend them highly enough.
This firm is a blessing. Dr. Donald and Dr. Martha are exceptional doctors not only for their expertise and credentials but also because they genuinely care for their patients. Simply put, I love this firm. They set the bar, and I have never experienced such exceptional patient care in my life until I met Dr. Donald and Dr. Martha.
I am always thankful for this firm and the quality of care I've received. If you care about your teeth and if you want to meet the most competent dentists in your medical history, then go to this firm!
I have never been so thoroughly examined by a dentist. Dr. Missirlian and his wife Martha are really great. Sandra, who answers the phone is friendly and sweet!
I went in because I thought I had a cavity (which I did, just not in the spot I originally thought). It ended up that I had some seriously inflamed gums due to some sort of mineral deposits that appear between teeth. So, my mouth had to be numbed, just to do a cleaning. While Martha was in there, she was doing some surface work to prevent a full-blown cavity and found I had a rather nasty one that didn't show it's ugly face on my x-rays. I was in the chair for four hours. Everyone was really nice the entire time. She always made sure to insist that if I was in any pain to stop her.
I'm not a fan of the dentist, but at least with this crew, I'm willing to go back.
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