Ratings for Dr. Melissa Miller
She f*****g sucked i call her a butcher for had badly she messed my tooth up After hitting the root and damageing it she just patched it and after i paid tild me it would be a root canal, on tip of that the tooth had been a problem ever since. She was so horrible she didnt listen to me when i said i had soft teeth but to her that ment i never brushed or flossed and i mist drink alot of pop or juice which was not true I had to see this women a total of three times and she was awful each time i eould never never use her again but i eould love to find where she works and Hand her a bill for fixing my tooth
Not a big fan of going to the dentist (who is?) but I really appreciate Dr Miller. Ive seen her for a few years and find her very approachable, helpful, and she listens to what I've had to say. The team of staff at LifePath Wellness are truly fantastic also! :0)
My family have been patients for over 2 years and Dr. Miller has always been so kind and caring even with my 5 year old daughter who was scared at first but now loves going to the dentist. She was the only dentist who told us about how limiting her juice drinking would help to decrease the cavities she could have as a child. I'm so glad to to have met such a great dentist to care for my family. Would highly recommend this office to anyone.
A very nice dentist who has taken great care of my wife and two teenage daughters. The last time we waited in the waiting room for about 10 minutes but usually we don't have to wait. Sometime it is hard to get an appointment but the good dentists like Dr. Miller are always booked up.
Dr. Miller has been my dentist for over 3 years. She is caring and compassionate and has always taken the time to discuss my x-rays with me and answer my questions. She is also great with my kids. The office is very bright and clean and the staff is friendly.
I took my 4 year old for his 6 month cleaning and check-up. We left with a clean bill of health only to have his back molar break 2 weeks later while eating. I took him in and had x-rays done. He had 7 cavities that were missed!!!! The broken molar needed to have a root canal!! 1 month later his root canal got infected so our family M.D. perscribed antibiotics then his new dentist has pulled the tooth and he's had a spacer put in. At the age of 5!!! For myself: Dr. Miller's recommendation I replaced 2 fillings because they were 'old'. I have been back 3 times for the 1st one and 6 times for the 2nd, I styill cannot chew or floss either of them. My entire family is very diligent at brushing, flossing, and fluoride mouthwash every day. Every cavity that he had should have been caught and dealt with immediately and should not have progressed to the point of root canals and extractions at the age of 4/5!!
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