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I can definitely say this place has been an amazing experience from day one, all the way to the end of my treatment. The staff is by far the sweetest I’ve met in a dentist office. They treat you more than just a patient, but family.
Friendly staff and amazing work. I have been attending Dr. Szczepanik's office for the last 13 years and I love it!
Very friendly staff, makes your visit feel comfortable and the office is always clean. *bonus points* they play HGTV on their tvs ftw!😊
I’ve been coming here since I was 8 years old! Doctor Ed alongside his wonderful staff have made it a pleasure to go to the dentist’s office! Not to mention the miracles he’s preformed on My family and I. 10/10!
Dr. Veloz is an outstanding orthodontist that arrives early in the morning to accommodate her patients who work on tight schedules. The entire staff is very conscientious of your time and dental needs. They are absolutely Five Stars!!!
visited Dr. Szczepanik's office because it had so many positive reviews. I'd say this is the best dentist I've ever been to. The team was very nice, professional, and they addressed all my issues. I would be recommending them to all my friends and family.
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Dr. Edwin Szczepanik, DMD
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