I consider finding a good dentist one can trust, is VERY difficult, but once you find them, you know it! I have been very lucky to have found Dr Arezou at Hometown Dental. She is a wonderful and kind person, and a GREAT dentist. For a lot of us going to the dentist can be frightening or not pleasant at the least, since dental work can be annoying, stressful, and painful. But you are in the best hands with Dr Arezou and her team! In my experience she has always gone above and beyond to make sure procedures are painless constantly asking if there is any pain during a procedure. After my comprehensive exam she told me what definitely needed to be done right away, what could wait a little bit, and what she would keep on watch; besides that she has always taken the time to explain to me anything I have needed and/or wanted to know about my treatment plan or any dental work that needs to be done. She or anyone in her team has called me as many times as necessary to follow up after extractions and major procedures, including work done by a specialist outside her practice. Communication is great and although their office hours are somehow restricted, someone will always contact you back replying calls and emails, or to schedule an appointment with Arezou. She has her own private practice and because of her giving heart, she also works at a community dental clinic; I think that is why her private practice office hours are not full time, besides the fact she is a family oriented mom of 2 young kids! Having said that, and regardless of her busy schedule, she will make herself available 100% if you are in an emergency, no matter what day or time! She truly cares!
In my opinion she is a true professional, experienced, very knowledgeable in her field, sweet, honest, and compassionate.
Maybe not so important to mention but here it is: essential oils and a very calming and relaxing music are part of the soothing ambiance and wonderful vibes in her office. Thank you Dr Arezou, Christine and Fenny for running such a truly awesome practice!