Posted: 10/29/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Last week I had a grafting proceedure done to correct some gum recession I had around 8 of my teeth. I was very apprhensive and also had a complicated Medical history. Dr. Crofcheck was recommended to me by my dentist to treat me because she is the only periodontist in this area who is treating cases that need this specialized technique. I loved her staff who obviously know to listen to their patients. I had a question on the weekend and she gave me her cell phone number to put me at ease. My Mother will be seeing her next week for some bone graft and implants. Thank-you Dr. Crofcheck for being honest and such a perfectionist.
Posted: 10/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I was referred for treatment by my dentist for periodontal disease. I was to afraid to go and my condition only progressed. By the time I saw Dr. Crofcheck, my mouth was a wreck. She was very professional, and made me feel very comfortable. Her staff were all very sweet and helped me with all aspects of my care. She treated my disease with surgery and although I lost several teeth, my new implants feel like real teeth and actually look better. I would highly recommend this practice for any fellow cowards go for it!
Posted: 8/3/2009Provided by Citysearch -
First off, for my treatment, the anesthesiologist fee was NOT $2000 dollars. Anyone familiar with any sort of medical procedures would know that $2000 dollars is a fictional, and sorry, excuse for a made up figure. Secondly, my visit to her office was beyond exceptional. Dr. Crofcheck was kind and very detail oriented. Addressing your complaint that she wanted to bring in an anesthesiologist - well duh. How else would you have had her done it? Did you want to be awake for the procedure? I think not. Her staff is warm and very welcoming. Her office had a soothing atmosphere. Not brave enough to go back? More like not brave enough to address the periodontal aspects of your obviously numerous issues.
Posted: 5/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I was excited to be sent to this periodontist because she was a female. My dentist is also a female. For some reason I thought that a female dentist would be more gentle and caring. Boy was I wrong. I don't know who was more arrogant and condescending, the staff or the doctor. After the first visit, I was not brave enough to go back. She wanted to bring in an ansethesiologist to sedate me while she did surgery. The fee for the anesthesiologist alone was over $2000. The whole thing was just too much. I figured all periodontal dentist were that way, until I went to another periodontal specialist in the clear lake, webster area. My advice is that you not waste your time with this periodontal doctor.