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Periodontist Reviews – Colorado Springs, CO

Here’s What Past Patients
Thought of Our Care

How can you really know if a periodontal office has what you’re looking for? Patient reviews can give you a whole new perspective on the kind of experience you can expect. The links below will lead you to our Google and Facebook pages where many past patients have left kind words and honest thoughts about the treatment they received at Rocky Mountain Periodontal Specialists. We hope you’ll contact us for an appointment so that we can give your smile the same kind of care.

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Following one of your appointments, we invite you to share your experience with others online. Someday your review might help guide someone to our periodontal office to get much-needed gum disease treatment or implant placement. You’ll also help us find ways to improve the quality of the care we offer to our patients. The link below will take us to our Google page; please take the time to write up a short review with your honest thoughts.

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"I've gone through some fairly taxing periodontal work with you over the past year, and I write to thank you for your gentle, considerate approach. I had similar work done thirty­some years ago, and I remember it well enough to appreciate how much less painful this round has been. Perhaps as or more important than that has been the humanity and good humor that pervade your practice. I have never dealt with anyone in the office or in the chair who has failed to be pleasant, cheerful and concerned with making things go as easily and painlessly as possible. I've recently been reading Norman Cousins' book Anatomy of an Illness, and was struck by the following passage - it reminded me so strongly of what I've found in your practice: I became convinced that nothing a hospital could provide in the way of technological marvels was as helpful as an atmosphere of compassion .... for most people the facts of hospital life involve discontinuity, fractioned care, and inadequate protection against surprise .... The central question to be asked about hospitals - or about doctors for that matter - is whether they inspire the patient with the confidence that he or she is in the right place; whether they enable him to have trust in those who seek to heal him; in short, whether he has the expectation that good things will happen." Whenever I visit your office, I do so with that expectation, and I've never been disappointed, and I'm very grateful for that, to all of you." Malcolm McCollum